Leon Janzen completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in computer science and IT security (2019, 2021) at the Technical University of Darmstadt before starting as a Ph.D. candidate at the Secure Mobile Networking Lab in 2022. He is a researcher of the Open6GHub focusing on the resilience and security of future cellular networks. He works on resilience-oriented approaches for future radio access networks, including emergency island networking, distributed algorithms, and consensus protocols. Since 2023, he has coordinated the lecture on Network Security. He received the CHI 2023 Best Paper Award.

Research Areas

  • Resilient Radio Access Networks
  • Resilient Distributed Algorithms
  • Security of Cellular Network Infrastructure
  • Consensus Protocols