The lab is intended to provide practical examples of application in computer networks and to enable students to conduct independent experiments in the following areas of teaching and research:

•    Network development and configuration
•    Ensuring reliable and secure communication
•    Using network management and monitoring tools for analytical purposes

Teaching and Research

  • Internet Engineering (BSc./M.Sc)
  • Distributed Systems/Cloud Computing
  • Multimedia-based Communication
  • Mobile/Peer-to-Peer Networks
  • Network Security/Network Management
  • Cooperation Cisco, EMC, OpenNMS


The air-conditioned laboratory that can also be darkened gives students access to state-of-the-art technology:

•    Tutor’s workstation with a touch screen monitor and state-of-the-art media technology (audio equipment including a headset and double video projection)
•    Work area with up to 20 PC or notebook workstations for project-related teamwork
•    An adjacent preparation and project room with measuring stations for project work that can be used outside the tuition sessions

Building 46 (E), Room 133

Head of Research

Prof. Dr.

Sebastian Rieger

Multimedia Communication Networks

Building 46 , Room 126
Prof. Dr.Sebastian Rieger+49 661 9640-3033
Consultation hours
In the lecture-free period by arrangement via e-mail or regard course in moodle (eLearning).

Scientific assistant

Christoph Seifert

Laboratory Engineer, Research project FiBLU


Christoph Seifert

Laboratory Engineer, Research project FiBLU

+49 661 9640-309
+49 661 9640-3009
Building 46, Room 127
Consultation hours
Please make an appointment.