Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023


Dennis Trautwein

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Dennis Trautwein completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Applied Physics at the University of Kiel, Germany, before transitioning into a software engineering role at in Hamburg. There, he built the real-time event supply infrastructure for the Daimler Mercedes Me app, which is still in use today. In 2020, Dennis transitioned back into academia as an industrial PhD candidate at the University of Göttingen and joined the working group of Prof. Dr Bela Gipp, focusing on decentralized technologies in the area of peer-to-peer networks and especially peer-to-peer networking protocols. In 2022, he joined Protocol Labs as a Research Engineer to work on measuring and benchmarking decentralized networks and network protocols, while still pursuing in parallel his PhD at the University of Göttingen.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Hole punching in the wild
Learnings from running libp2p hole punching in production, measured from vantage points across the globe.
Sunday H.1301 (Cornil) Network 11:45 12:15
Decentralized Storage with IPFS
How does it work under the hood?
Sunday H.1301 (Cornil) Network 14:45 15:15