Prof. Dr. Martin Kappes


Research Interest:

General Research Direction: Applied research in Information Security, particularly Network Security and Network Surveillance. / Selected Current Research Areas: Modern Paradigms for Network Analysis and Surveillance, Heuristic Network Optimization, Network Anomaly Detection, Network Forensics, Security in Cloud Computing.



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2020
Entropy-based metrics for occupancy detection using energy demand
Hock, Denis; Kappes, Martin; Ghita, Bogdan
Journal article

2020
Hybrid bayesian evolutionary optimization for hyperparameter tuning
Atkinson, Lukas; Müller-Bady, Robin; Kappes, Martin
Conference proceeding

2020
Shadow-Heap : preventing heap-based memory corruptions by metadata validation
Bouché, Johannes; Atkinson, Lukas; Kappes, Martin
Conference proceeding

2019
An evolutionary hybrid search heuristic for monitor placement in communication networks
Müller-Bady, Robin; Kappes, Martin; Medina-Bulo, Inmaculada; Palomo-Lozano, Francisco
Journal article

2018
Combining case-based reasoning with complex event processing for network traffic classification
Grob, Manuel; Kappes, Martin; Medina-Bulo, Inmaculada
Conference proceeding

2018
Non-intrusive appliance load monitoring using genetic algorithms
Hock, Denis; Kappes, Martin; Ghita, B.V.
Conference proceeding

2018
On the feasibility of using hybrid evolutionary dynamic optimization for optimal monitor selection in dynamic communication networks
Müller-Bady, Robin; Kappes, Martin; Medina-Bulo, Inmaculada; Palomo-Lozano, Francisco
Conference proceeding

2018
Using evolutionary dynamic optimization for monitor selection in highly dynamic communication infrastructures
Müller-Bady, Robin; Medina-Bulo, Inmaculada; Kappes, Martin; Palomo-Lozano, Francisco
Conference proceeding

2018
Using the entropy for typical load curve classification
Hock, Denis; Kappes, Martin
Conference proceeding


Tags

Energieforschung, Erneuerbare Energien, Smart (Power) Grids


Last updated on 2020-26-11 at 10:39