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Tran Quang Thanh
- © Fraunhofer FOKUS
10589 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 30 3463-7137
q.tran [at] tu-berlin.de
thanh.quang.tran [at] fokus.fraunhofer.de 
Tran is currently a research fellow at Technical University of Berlin . From 2011 December to 2013 April, he worked as a researcher at Fraunhofer FOKUS , Berlin, Germany. Tran received his M.Sc. degree in Telecommunication Engineering at Hanoi University of Science and Technology  (HUST) in 2004. His current research interests include both theoretical and practical aspects of Future Internet Security and Privacy. Tran was and is currently involved in different European research projects.
My research projects:
EU HORIZON 2020: ARCADIA 
Germany BMBF: SunShine 
EU-FP7: PEACH , SCAMSTOP,  Fi-Star 
Fraunhofer FOKUS: OpenEPC 
During the time in Vietnam, Tran has actively contributed to several national and international projects such as “Vietnam Research and Education Network” (VinaREN ), “Human Higher Education Development Support Project on ICT” (HEDSPI ), “Building an automatic defense network” (funded by Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training) etc.
Research Reviews: IFIP/IEEE IM 2013, IEEE GLOBECOMM 2013, IEEE ICC 2014, IEEE NetSoft 2015
|Autor||Tran, Quang Thanh and Medhat, Ahmed M and Elmangoush, Asma and Carella, Giuseppe and Willner, Alexander and Covaci, Stefan and Magedanz, Thomas|
|Buchtitel||European Conference on Networks and Communications 2016|
|Zusammenfassung||Research around Future Internet technologies such as Internet of Thing (IoT), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networking (SDN) is constantly growing and related tools are required to test novel concepts. In this paper, we introduce our view on building a Future Internet (FI) testbeds based on existing open source solutions. Specifically, a FI testbeds at Technical University Berlin and Fraunhofer FOKUS is described. As illustration, a typical IoT distributed application has been developed and operated that was and being used in several FI research projects.|