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Dr.-Ing. Yahya Al-Hazmi


Research Fellow

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Yahya Al-Hazmi received his M.Sc. and PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Electrical Engineering with specific emphasis on telecommunication systems from Technical University Berlin in 2009 and 2016 respectively. Since then he had been a Research Associate at the research group for Computer Networks and Communications at the University of Passau. He was involved in several European funded FP7 projects, such as AutoI, ResumeNet and EuroNF, particularly focused on network virtualization, Green-IT and Wireless Mesh Networks. Since April 2011 he is working as a Research Fellow, preparing his Ph.D. as well, at the chair of Next Generation Networks (AV) at the Technical University Berlin and at the competence center Next Generation Network Infrastructures (NGNI) at Fraunhofer FOKUS. He was and is currently involved in several European funded FP7 research projects within the context of the major European Future Internet research programs, namely the Future Internet research and development (FIRE) initiative, and the Future Internet Public-Private Partnership (FI-PPP). His main research interests focus on the federation of ICT resources as well as Future Internet testbeds and platforms, Cloud Computing, Cloud federation (InterCloud), Network Function Virtualization (NVF), measurements and monitoring of ICT infrastructures and services, and semantic ontologies.


Since April 2011 Yahya Al-Hazmi investigates architectures for Next Generation Network infrastructures (NGNI) and Future Internet testbeds in terms of resource federation, control, monitoring, and measurements. His main R&D activities within the context of the European Fed4FIRE project lie in the development of an architecture for the federation of heterogeneous Future Internet testbeds. He is leading the measuring and monitoring activities within the Fed4FIRE project supporting various set of measurements and monitoring services across heterogeneous ICT domains serving different user communities (experimenters, federators, and SLA & trustworthy reputation services). In the European FI-PPP FI-STAR project, Al-Hazmi develops the monitoring solution for the Cloud-based FI-STAR platform, while in the European FI-PPP XIFI project, he was involved in the management of the Cloud-based infrastructure federation represented through the FIWARE Lab as well as software testing (including units, components, interfaces and integration testing) of the federation architecture of the FIWARE Lab, and also contributed to the XIFI / FIWARE Lab training activities. In the context of the European BonFIRE project, he has developed the monitoring system of the multi-cloud BonFIRE experimental facility, while his main R&D activities within the context of the European projects OpenLabFITTING, and INFINITY lay in designing and developing monitoring and measurements services for Future Internet testbeds.

Between June 2009 and March 2011 he gained valuable experience as a full-time employee at various research projects of the European’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), more specifically Autonomic Internet (AutoI), ResumeNet and Network of Excellence on the Network of the Future (EuroNF). His research in the AutoI project focused on dynamic creation and deployment of virtual networks, router virtualization and different aspects of virtual router migration. His responsibilities included further development of the open-source software “virtualisation Component Programming Interface (vCPI)”, which was developed by the University of Passau in the context of the AutoI project. This additional development was done in the context of the ResumeNet project to enable the integration of the vCPI in the German Laboratory (G-Lab) research testbed. In the ResumeNet project, his research focused on maintaining the resilience of network services using migration of virtual machines. His activities in EuroNF project included enabling of multi-access communications in wireless mesh networks through virtualization, and optimizing of energy consumption in wireless mesh infrastructures by managing number of active powered-on resources as well as developing new methods to ensure an uninterrupted connectivity despite turning off some resources.

Current research projects


Experimental plane - Experiment Controllers
Zitatschlüssel Quereilhac2012
Autor Quereilhac, Alina and Willner, Alexander and Al-Hazmi, Yahya and Tranoris, Christos and Becue, Pieter and Sercu, Vincent and Auge, Jordan and Rakotoarivelo, Thierry and Gulyas, Andras and Biczok, Gergely and Chrysa, Papagianni
Jahr 2012
Institution European FP7 Project OpenLabs
Zusammenfassung This document describes different experiment control frameworks currently under de- velopment on the context of the OpenLab project, and provides a global view of the interactions with other OpenLab components. It presents two experiment use cases that will be conducted as part of OpenLab to evaluate the feasibility and the usefulness of the tools and infrastructure under development. Finally, based on the requirements de- rived from these use cases and from the objective of improving interoperability of partner testbeds at the experimental plane, it describes the current and planned extensions to the experiment control frameworks.
Typ der Publikation Deliverable
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Teaching and student supervision


  • Design and Implementation of Semantic Monitoring Data Collection and Representation Model in Future Internet Testbeds (Dewi, Andisa, BSc-thesis, Technische Universität Berlin, August 2015).
  • Ontology-based Information Model for Measurement and Monitoring Metrics in Federated Infrastructure (Wu, Mingyuan, BSc-thesis, Technische Universität Berlin, December 2014).


  • Transport Protocols for Data Collection (Mayer, Carlos Eduardo, Technische Universität Berlin, August 2013).
  • Survey on Monitoring and Measurement Tools in Clouds and Future Internet Testbed Infrastructures (Shen, Jinji, Technische Universität Berlin, March 2013).
  • Unified Data Representation in Future Internet Testbeds (Wang, Chen, Technische Universität Berlin, March 2013).

Future Internet Technologies Lecture (SS2012-SS2014)

  • Virtualization Technologies and Cloud Computing
  • ICT Measurements and Monitoring

Hot Topics in NGN & FIT (SS2012-SS2014)

  • Organizing and leading a series of seminars: Hot Topics on Next Generation Networks and Future Internet Technologies

Next Generation Networks & Future Internet Technologies Project 1 and 2 (SS2015)

  • Co-rganizing and leading a series of technical projects on Next Generation Networks and Future Internet Technologies


Workshop Chair of the International Workshop on UsiNg and building ClOud Testbeds (UNICO). It is held in conjunction with the 5th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Services 2013 in Bristol, UK, 2–5 December 2013.

Organization committee of the 4th International IEEE Workshop on Open NGN and IMS Testbeds (ONIT) 2012. It is held in conjunction with the IEEE GLOBECOM 2012 Conference in Anaheim, California, USA, 3–7 December 2012.

Organizing Chair of the 1st International IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Communications (MMCOM) 2011. It was held in conjunction with the 54th Annual IEEE GLOBECOM 2011 Conference in Houston, Texas, USA, 5–9 December 2011.

Committee Memberships

Programme Committee member of the IEEE CloudCom UNICO 2013 Workshop, from 2 – 5 December 2013,  in Bristol, UK.



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