Elisabeth Uhlemann, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer


Elisabeth Uhlemann received the PhD degree in Communications Theory from Chalmers, Sweden, in 2004 and worked as Assistant and later Associate Professor at Halmstad University 2005-2012. During this period she also worked with Volvo Technology where she was involved in several EU FP6 projects: CVIS, Safespot and Pre-drive C2X, studying communication requirements for traffic safety applications in vehicular networks. She has contributed to the European ITS communications architecture produced within COMeSafety and she has served as a technical expert in ETSI TC ITS. She has held visiting positions at Uni. South Australia in 2005, TU Berlin in 2007 and Uni. Canterbury, New Zealand in 2011. She has also worked as a consultant at Ikanos Communications, USA, in 2005 with VDSL protocols and at Free2move, Sweden, during 2009-2010 with wireless audio. She has served in the grading committee of more than 15 PhD degrees in Sweden, Spain, Germany and Australia and she has organized two post-graduate courses “Communications for Cyber-Physical Systems” in 2014 at MDH and “Block Turbo Codes and Iterative Decoding” at Halmstad University in 2006. She is a Research Grant Reviewer for Vinnova, Sweden’s innovation agency, in the area of vehicular electronics, software and communications and serves as a senior editor for IEEE VT Magazine in the area of Connected Vehicles. She is also co-chair of the Subcommittee on Industrial Communication Systems within the IEEE IES Technical Committee on Factory Automation and vice chair of the Swedish IEEE VT/COM/IT chapter. She has two best paper awards: APCC 2005 and ETFA 2010, is part of the steering group of a large research profile at Karlstad University, and in the Faculty board at Mälardalen University.

Research interests include wireless vehicular networks, industrial wireless communications, real-time constraints, medium access control, diversity, redundancy, relaying, iterative techniques, incremental redundancy

 

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Latest publications:

Delay Attack versus Clock Synchronization – A Time Chase (Mar 2017)
Elena Lisova, Elisabeth Uhlemann, Johan Åkerberg, Mats Björkman
IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT 2017)

Medium Access Control for Wireless Networks with Diverse Time and Safety Real-Time Requirements (Oct 2016)
Pablo Gutiérrez Peón, Elisabeth Uhlemann, Wilfried Steiner , Mats Björkman
42nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2016)

Game Theory Applied to Secure Clock Synchronization with IEEE 1588 (Sep 2016)
Elena Lisova, Elisabeth Uhlemann, Wilfried Steiner , Johan Åkerberg, Mats Björkman
2016 IEEE International Symposium on Precision Clock Synchronization for Measurement, Control, and Communication (ISPCS)

Applying Time Diversity for Improved Reliability in a Real-Time Wireless MAC Protocol (Sep 2016)
Pablo Gutiérrez Peón, Elisabeth Uhlemann, Wilfried Steiner , Mats Björkman
MRTC Report, Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre (MRTC2016)

Game Theory Applied to Secure Clock Synchronization with IEEE 1588 (Apr 2016)
Elena Lisova, Elisabeth Uhlemann, Johan Åkerberg, Wilfried Steiner , Mats Björkman

Protecting Clock Synchronization - Adversary Detection through Network Monitoring (Apr 2016)
Elena Lisova, Marina Gutiérrez, Wilfried Steiner , Elisabeth Uhlemann, Johan Åkerberg, Radu Dobrin, Mats Björkman
System and Network Security: Anomaly Detection and Monitoring (SNS AD&M)

PhD students supervised as main supervisor:

Pablo Gutiérrez Peón

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Elena Lisova
Svetlana Girs (former)