Jörg Ott: CV
|Since 08/2015|| |
Professor (chair) of Connected Mobility
|08/2015 – 07/2021|| |
Adjunct Professor for Networking Technology
|03/2005 – 07/2015||Professor for Networking Technology |
Aalto University (until: Helsinki University of Technology)
School of Electrical Engineering (ELEC)
Department of Communications and Networking (Comnet)
|06/1997 – 02/2005|| |
|02/1997 – 06/1997||Researcher |
|02/1992 – 02/1997|| |
Researcher with Teaching Responsibilities
|10/1989 – 02/1997||Student employee, later project manager |
|04/2014 – 07/2014|| |
EURECOM, Mobile Communications department,
|09/2013 – 11/2013|| |
University of Cambridge (UK), Computer Laboratory
|Since 04/2014|| |
Co-founder of Nemu Dialogue Systems Oy
Cloud-based performance evaluation for web-based real-time communication (RTCweb). We provide an API and a backend cloud service (callstats.io) to businesses that offer web-based conferencing as a service. Our service monitors call establishment and call quality performance and offers feedback to the oper- ators via dashboard and real-time analytics.
|Since 09/2013|| |
Co-founder of Spacetime Networks Oy
Protocol and system design for robust communication systems for deployment in challenging (industrial) environments where infrastructure-based networking is infeasible or suboptimal or where device-to-device communication can com- plement wireless network infrastructure.
|08/2007 – 07/2011|| |
Co-founder of Lysatiq GmbH
Scientific advisor on protocol and system design, strategic development, and selected project acquisition in the areas of disconnection-tolerant and efficient mobile and satellite communications.
|02/1998 – 12/2003|| |
Co-founder and Co-CEO, Tellique Kommunikationstechnik GmbH
Protocol and system design as well as project acquisition and implementation in the areas of IP-multicast-based content distribution, performance enhancing proxies for Internet access via satellite, and multicast-based video-on-demand.
|1992 – 1997|| |
Doctor in Engineering (Dr.-Ing.), Technische Universität Berlin (summa cum laude)
Dissertation on distributed applications and data communications in multimedia teleconferences entitled: A Multipoint Data Communication Infrastructure for Standards-based Teleconferencing Systems
|1991 – 1995|| |
Diploma in Industrial Engineering, Technische Fachhochschule Berlin (passed with distinction)
Diploma thesis in management investigating technical and economical aspects of deploying telecooperation technologies in enterprises.
|1988 – 1991|| |
Diploma in Computer Science, Technische Universität Berlin
Focus on communications and operating systems, diploma thesis on group cooperation and media stream control in video conferencing systems.