Prof. Dr. Stefan Valentin

Fachbereich I

Educational area
Mobile Netzwerke / mobile networks

Mi 16:00-17:00 / Wed. 4-5 pm

Schöfferstraße 8b
64295 Darmstadt
: D14,3.06
Stefan Valentin

Stefan Valentin (ORCID) is Professor for Mobile Networks and Foundations of Computer Science at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. He is interested in resource allocation and load balancing for mobile networks, based on methods from mathematical optimization and machine learning. Stefan’s algorithms are deployed in base stations around the world and more than 30 patent applications have been filed for them. He co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed research papers, which have been cited about 2000 times and have received 4 awards. Stefan is a member of the IEEE and consulted BMBF and BMWi on 5G, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0.


Winter term 2019/2020

  • Bachelor: Networks (description)
    • Lecture and slides will be in German
  • Master: Cellular Networks (description)
    • Lecture will be held in German, slides will be in English

Summer term 2019

  • Bachelor: Networks (description)
    • Lecture and slides will be in German
  • Master: Network Simulation (description)
    • Joint lecture with integrated lab ("VP") in English
    • C++ basics are required

    Selected Publications and Patents

    Journals and magazines

    Peer-reviewed conference papers


    • D. Tsilimantos, S. Valentin, T. Karagkioules, A. Nogales-Gómez, X. Shi, and Z. Chao, “System, apparatuses and method for traffic profiling of mobile video streaming,” PCT application PCT/EP2017/062 170 filed by Huawei Technologies, May 2017.
    • S. Valentin, “Coordinated transmissions in communication networks,” Patent EP2480026 filed by Alcatel-Lucent, Jan. 2011.
    • S. Valentin, H. Karl, and I. Aad, “Transceiver apparatus for cooperative wireless network,” Patents EP1962456 and JP4629116 filed by NTT DoCoMo Inc., Feb. 2007.

    [Complete list of publications and patents]