Dr. Philipp Kindt

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Dr. Philipp Kindt
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  • Researcher
  • Professor
  • Author
  • Keynote Speaker

Dr. Philipp Kindt is a Singapore German researcher, professor, author, and keynote speaker. He currently serves as a junior teacher at Chemnitz University of Technology and is also a chairperson and guest researcher at Real-Time Computer Systems. Kindt specializes in wireless communication, wireless networks, low-power embedded systems, microprocessors, digital imaging, the internet of things, medical electronics, and CPS.[1][2][3]

Kindt is considered as one of the leading IT experts, who holds several industry-specific certifications. He has also published numerous research papers that have been highly acclaimed. Kindt is also a keynote speaker and has addressed several global university conferences including the University of Greifswald, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Columbia University, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and others.[4]

Early life and education

Kindt enrolled in Ulm University in 2005, where he pursued a degree in Electrical Engineering. Soon after his graduation in 2008, Kindt went to the Technical University of Munich to further study electrical and computer engineering with a concentration in electronic systems and embedded systems.


Kindt currently serves as a junior teacher at Chemnitz University of Technology. Prior to that, he was a faculty member at the University of Munich, where he taught Microprocessor Systems Lab along with contributing to other courses including Low-Power Systems Design, Real-Time and Embedded Systems, and Advanced Seminar Real-Time Computer Systems. Kindt also overlooks the DA, BA, and MA student research projects and has supervised over 35 students till now.

Apart from that, Kindt is a member of several technical program committees such as DSD, SPCPS, SECON, and VLSI-SoC. Throughout his career, Kindt has also substantially contributed in reviewing publications in multiple conferences/journals including the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS), the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine (WCM), the ACM SIGBED International Conference on Embedded Software (EMSOFT) and IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC) to name a few.

Kindt, throughout his career, has worked on a number of national and international software projects. As of 2021, Kindt is working on DFG CH 918/5-1: Slotless Protocols for Fast and Energy-Efficient Neighbor Discovery and BMBF-funded project FuturTrans.

Selected publications

  • Shadow-based vehicle model refinement and tracking in advanced automotive driver assistance systems, 2011
  • Schedulability analysis for processors with aging-aware autonomic frequency scaling, 2012
  • ExPerio—Exploiting periodicity for opportunistic energy-efficient data transmission, 2015
  • Adaptive online power-management for bluetooth low energy, 2015
  • Slotless protocols for fast and energy-efficient neighbor discovery, 2016
  • Neighbor discovery latency in BLE-like protocols, 2017
  • On Optimal Neighbor Discovery, 2019
  • How reliable is smartphone-based electronic contact tracing for covid-19?, 2020
  • Energy modeling for the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol, 2020
  • Estimating indoor occupancy through low-cost BLE devices, 2021
  • Performance Limits of Neighbor Discovery in Wireless Networks
  • Optimizing BLE-Like Neighbor Discovery
  • A Programmable Open Architecture Testbed for CPS Education
  • Late-Breaking Results: Can You Hear Me? Towards an Ultra Low-Cost Hearing Screening Device
  • BrezeFlow: Unified Debugger for Android CPU Power Governors and Schedulers on Edge Devices
  • Digital Contact Tracing Service: An improved decentralized design for privacy and effectiveness


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  2. "Kindt - Chair of Real-Time Computer Systems". www.ei.tum.de. Retrieved 9 August 2021.
  3. "Philipp H. Kindt". researchgate.net. Retrieved 9 August 2021.
  4. "dblp: Philipp H. Kindt". dblp.org. Retrieved 9 August 2021.