Dipl.-Ing. Albert Treytl

Danube University Krems

About the person

Albert Treytl received his master degree in electrical engineering (focus on computer technology) at the Vienna University of Technology in 2001. He worked as research assistant at the Institute of Computer Technology in the area of energy management systems, field bus communication systems, and as leader of the security activities. The focus of his research lies on security of automation networks such as field buses and wireless ad-hoc networks. The topics of his research projects included web-based interfacing of energy management systems, electronic payment, smart card development and research, and the planning of security architectures and smart grid security measures.

 

Since 2006 he is head of the Center for Distributed Systems and Sensor Networks at the Department Integrated Sensor Systems. 2013 he also became deputy head of the department. His research is dealing with security and vertical integration aspects. Recently he co-developed an architecture of an agent-based distributed manufacturing execution system and security concepts for Smart Grids. Goal of the research work is to achieve full integration of resource limited systems. E.g., his team and he developed a complete FIPA compliant agent platform hosted on an active RFID supporting full security or a full IPsec implementation for smart meters. Actual projects are on securing industrial clock synchronization systems and sensor networks, distributed energy optimization in industrial and office buildings as well as integration of sensors in intelligent traffic systems.

Beside this he engages himself in various technical committees (IEEE, CEN TC 247 WG4, IEEE1588 standardization) and scientific conferences (ETFA, WFCS, ISPCS).

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Winkler, M.; Stumpf, W.; Trauninger, D.; Treytl, A.; Bratukhin, A. (2019). CoolAIR: Kastenfenster 2.0 – Nachrüstung zur Automatisierung von Lüftung und Verschattung. IBO, Tagungsband BauZ! - Wiener Kongress für zukunftsfähiges Bauen: 80-84, IBO Verlag, Wien

Bigler, T.; Treytl, A.; Löschenbrand, D.; Zemen, T. (2018). High Accuracy Synchronization for Distributed Massive MIMO using White Rabbit. InProceeding; International IEEE Symposium on Precision Clock Synchronization for Measurement, Control, and Communication 2018, IEEE

Cerimovic, S.; Treytl, A.; Glatzl, T.; Beigelbeck, R.; Keplinger, F.; Sauter, T. (2018). Thermal flow sensor for non-invasive measurements in HVAC systems. Proceedings 2018, MDPI

Glatzl, T.; Beigelbeck, R.; Cerimovic, S.; Steiner, H.; Treytl, A. (2018). Finite Element Method Simulation and Characterization of a Thermal Flow Sensor Based on Printed Circuit Board Technology for Various Fluids. mdpi proceedings, Vol. 2: 833

Kellner, K.; Le, H.; Blatnik, J.; Rosegger, V.; Pilacek, R.; Treytl, A. (2018). Online Monitoring of Posture for Preventive Medicine using Low-Cost Inertial Sensors. Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare: 67-74, Springer, Cham

Sauter, T.; Treytl, A.; Diwold, K.,; Molnar, D.; Lechner, D.; Krammer, L.; Derler, B.; Seidl, C.; Wenig, F. (2018). Getting Fit for the Future: Optimizing Energy Usage in Existing Buildings by Adding Non-Invasive Sensor Networks. IEEE, proceedings ISIE 2018: 963-968, IEEE, Cairns

Stumpf, W.; Winkler, M.; Trauninger, D.; Treytl, A.; Bratukhin, A. (2018). CoolAIR - Automatisierung von Kastenfenstern zur Raumkühlung. Fachhochschule Burgenland, Tagungsband "e-nova - Gebäude der Zukunft? Vernetzt - digital - ökosozial", Band 22: 59-66, Leykam Buchverlagsgesellschaft, Pinkafeld

Bigler, T.; Treytl, A.; Kienmayer, C. (2017). Increasing Localization Robustness using Directional Antennas. IEEE, 2017 22nd IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), 2017: 10.1109/ETFA.2017.8247765

Glatzl, T.; Cerimovic, S.; Treytl, A. (2017). Thermal Flow Sensor Based on Printed Circuit Board Technology for Aqueous Media. Yurish, S.S., Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation Advances: 232-236, IFSA Publishing

Goranovic, A.; Meisel, M.; Fotiadis, L.; Wilker, S.; Treytl, A.; Sauter, T. (2017). Blockchain applications in microgrids an overview of current projects and concepts. IEEE, IECON 2017 - 43rd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society: 6153-6158

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Kühlpotential durch natürliche Nachtlütung am Gebäudebestand

Forum Building Science, 03/05/2018

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