Welcome

Reinhard Munz

I am a PhD student under the supervision of Paul Francis in the Security & Privacy group at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS) in Germany.

After joining the institute I got first advised by Umut Acar and then by Allen Clement, who left for Carnegie-Mellon University (CMU) and Google Zürich in Fall 2012 and Summer 2014 respectively.

I graduated with a MSIT degree with specialization in Very Large Information Systems from CMU, where I worked with Dave Andersen in his FAWN group, which is affiliated with the Parallel Data Lab (my page there) and Intel Labs Pittsburgh.

My Vordiplom in Computer Science I received from the Institut für Informatik at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

For more information, please have a look at my current résumé.





Research


My research interests revolve around systems and how they can be improved to benefit users, providers, and the environment.

In my current project with Paul I am investigating practical privacy protecting mechanisms for data analytics systems.

With Allen I looked at user satisfaction during peak system loads, while with Umut and Dave I focused on energy efficiency and failure resilience in large-scale distributed environments.

During my time in different research groups I always had and still have the pleasure to work with amazing people.
Some non-exhaustive sample: Arthur, Ekin, Ezgi, Imran, Iulian, MattMike, Mustafa, Nancy, and Natacha.
Thanks guys! And thanks to all my other friends at MPI, CMU, and Uni Würzburg.

Please refer to my current résumé for further information.






Contact


Email: munz@mpi-sws.org

Phone: +49 681 9303 9318
Fax: +49 681 9303 6029

Address: 
MPI-SWS
Campus E 1.5
66123 Saarbrücken
Germany