Cornelius works on distributed systems, incentive mechanisms, and privacy-preserving technology. Prior to embarking on his Ph.D. research, Cornelius received a Master’s degree in Systems Engineering from the Munich University of Applied Sciences. He graduated with a Master’s Thesis on distributed role-based access control. Since then, he held a position at Mercedes Benz. Through his work on UAV communication systems at ESG, he started appreciating the superior resilience of distributed structures and shortly after became a decentralization advocate. Since then, he has been involved in decentralization projects in the automotive industry and contributed to the field of distributed identity management and distributed similarity detection.
Cornelius Ihle focuses on decentralised systems that can be used to detect copyright infringements and plagiarisms in the corporate and academic sector. His goal is to remove barriers in the Open Science and Open Source community and promote a sharing community within academia and his affiliated company.
- Distributed Ledger Technologies
- Decentralised Storage
- Content Addressed Filesystems
- Zero Knowledge Proofs
- Decentralised Identifiers (DIDs)
TEACHING & PROJECTS
I always have an open ear for research ideas within my field and gladly supervise your thesis project. If my expertise is needed for your next paper, don’t hesitate to contact me.
06/2022 – present
Researcher and Software Engineer
Scientific Information Analytics Group, University of Göttingen, Germany / Mercedes Benz AG, Stuttgart, Germany
07/2018 – 04/2022
Daimler AG, Stuttgart, Germany / Data & Knowledge Engineering Group, University of Wuppertal, Germany
01/2017 – 06/2017
Industrial Engineering, M.Eng.
Universidade de Vigo, Vigo, Spain
03/2016 – 05/2018
Systems Engineering, M.Eng.
University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich
07/2013 – 12/2013
Computer Science, B.Sc.
Murdoch University, Perth, Australia
03/2012 – 01/2016
Computer Science and Media, B.Sc.
University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Stuttgart