M. Sc. Emanuel Regnath


E-Mail emanuel.regnath@tum.de

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Phone +49-89-289-23734
Languages Deutsch, English
Office 0509.04.4965 (building.level.room)
Address Emanuel Regnath
Arcisstr. 21
D-80333 München 
Website emareg.de
GitHub emareg

Research Interests

My topic “Secure Decentralization Methodologies for the Internet of Things” can be divided into three main aspects:

  • Consensus Protocols for CPS: How can agents synchronize state information without a central instance? E.g. how can autonomous vehicles agree on a schedule when crossing an intersection?
  • Blockchain for Embedded Systems: How can we certify and verify agreed upon data by storing them in a Blockchain? How can we use Blockchain on resource-constrained devices? 
  • Lightweight Message Authentication: How can cheap devices (especially sensors) send authenticated/signed messages that can be verified by a large amount of receivers? E.g. use Hash-based Signature Schemes as asymmetric message authentication.

Supervised Work

Student Title Type Year
Tariro Chingosho “Designing a Notation System for Consensus Algorithms” IP 2021
Donát Nagy “Reputation Framework to Increase Reputation Accuracy” MT 2021
Markus Moskopp “Implementation and Evaluation of Consensus Protocols for IoT Systems” MT 2021
Franz Behrendt “Asymmetric Authentication Scheme via Hash-Based Commitments” BT 2021
Fabian Zillenbiller “Group-based Scheduling Strategy for Road Intersections” BT 2021
Donát Nagy “Comparison of Reputation-based Ranking Systems” FP 2021
Markus Birkner “A Decentral Consensus Protocol for Optimized Crossings of Intersections” MT 2020
Saad Bin Shams “Towards Trusted Single-Source Data Oracles” MT 2020
Roman Schauer “Performance Evaluation of Wireless Mesh Networks for Asset Tracking on Construction Sites” MT 2020
Philippos Barabas “Cooperative Location Proof Architecture for VANETs based on Witnessing” MT 2019
Jonas Fingerling “Unified Consensus Model for Cyber-Physical Systems” MT 2019
Cyrine Boussofara „Implementierung einer P2P Kommunikation für ein ESP32 Netzwerk.“ IP 2019
Iheb Hnaien “Efficient Blockchain Verification on Embedded Devices” BT 2019
Christoph Summerer [shortened:] Blockchain in Combination with Human Verification
to Install Trust in Semantic Web Content
MT 2019
Fady Salama “Asymmetric Message Authentication for Periodical Sensor Data Using Commitments and Hashes” FP 2019
Jonas Fingerling “Evaluation of Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Consensus Protocols in the Context of Cyber-Physical IoT Environments” FP 2019
Catarina Falcão “An Approach for Verification of Smart Contracts for Mobility Blockchain-based Systems” MT 2018
Parithosh Jayanthi “Development of a Short-Term Signature Scheme
for Decentralized IoT Environments”
MT 2018
Oussama Skhiri „Aufbau eines Analyse-Routers für ein IoT Testnetz“ IP 2018
Achraf Zouaghi „Aufbau eines Konsens-basierten IoT Testnetzes“ IP 2018
Marlon Dietrich “Development of a Distributed Consensus Simulation for IoT Devices” FP 2017

Legend: IP: Engineering Internship (Ingenieruspraxis), FP: Research Internship (Forschungspraxis), BT: Bachelor Thesis, MT: Master Thesis


Course Name Type/Role  Held in Semester
Software Architecture for Distributed Embedded Systems Tutor WS18, WS19,
WS20, WS21
System Design for the Internet of Things Tutor SS17, SS18
Adv. Seminar Embedded Systems and Internet of Things   Supervisor WS17, WS18, SS19,
WS19, SS20, WS20