Maximilian Schwenger

Graduate Student, CISPA Helmholtz Center

Maximilian Schwenger started his career as a PhD student at Saarland University. After three years, he transitioned to CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security. His work focuses on methods increasing the safety of cyber-physical systems. In particular, he develops analyses for assessing the system health based on potentially unreliable input data. In this line of research, he co-developed the RTLola runtime monitoring framework. He integrated the RTLola framework into the ARTIS (Autonomous Rotorcraft Testbed for Intelligent Systems) family of aircraft in close cooperation with the German Aerospace Center.

Program Visits

Theoretical Foundations of Computer Systems, Spring 2021, Visiting Graduate Student