Rastin Pries

Munich, Germany

Research Interests


Rastin Pries is working as a senior research engineer at Nokia Bell Labs in Munich, Germany. He received his diploma and doctoral degree in computer science from the University of Wuerzburg, Germany in 2004 and 2010. His main research interests are in the applicability of network slicing, SDN and NFV concepts to 5G mobile networks.


2004 - 2010
Bayerische Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg (University of Würzburg)
Informatik (Computer Science), Dr. rer. nat. (PhD)

1998 - 2004
Bayerische Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg (University of Würzburg)
Informatik (Computer Science), Diplom Informatiker (M. Sc. in computer science)

Selected articles and publications

Rastin has published more than 60 peer reviewed papers and articles. For a complete list see his Google Scholar profile.

Modeling and performance evaluation of an OpenFlow architecture

M Jarschel, S Oechsner, D Schlosser, R Pries, S Goll, P Tran-Gia

Proceedings of the 23rd international teletraffic congress, 1-7

Internet access traffic measurement and analysis

S Gebert, R Pries, D Schlosser, K Heck

International Workshop on Traffic Monitoring and Analysis, 29-42

YoMo: a Youtube application comfort monitoring tool

B Staehle, M Hirth, R Pries, F Wamser, D Staehle

New Dimensions in the Assessment and Support of Quality of Experience for Multimedia Applications

A flexible OpenFlow-controller benchmark

M Jarschel, F Lehrieder, Z Magyari, R Pries

2012 European Workshop on Software Defined Networking, 48-53

Traffic characterization of a residential wireless Internet access

F Wamser, R Pries, D Staehle, K Heck, P Tran-Gia

Telecommunication Systems 48 (1-2), 5-17

An HTTP web traffic model based on the top one million visited web pages

R Pries, Z Magyari, P Tran-Gia

Next Generation Internet (NGI), 2012 8th EURO-NGI Conference on, 133-139

On traffic characteristics of a broadband wireless internet access

R Pries, F Wamser, D Staehle, K Heck, P Tran-Gia

Next Generation Internet Networks, 2009. NGI'09, 1-7

On the suitability of the short message service for emergency warning systems

R Pries, T HoBfeld, P Tran-Gia

2006 IEEE 63rd Vehicular Technology Conference 2, 991-995

Information diffusion in edonkey filesharing networks

T Hoßfeld, K Leibnitz, R Pries, K Tutschku, P Tran-Gia, K Pawlikowski

ATNAC 2004, 8-12

Using buffered playtime for QoE‐oriented resource management of YouTube video streaming

F Wamser, D Hock, M Seufert, B Staehle, R Pries, P Tran‐Gia

Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies 24 (3), 288-302

An OpenFlow-based energy-efficient data center approach

M Jarschel, R Pries

Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM 2012 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication

Traffic measurement and analysis of a broadband wireless internet access

R Pries, F Wamser, D Staehle, K Heck, P Tran-Gia

Vehicular Technology Conference, 2009. VTC Spring 2009. IEEE 69th, 1-5


Large-scale Distributed Systems and Energy Efficiency: A Holistic View
Chapter: Green Data Centers
R Basmadjian, P Bouvry, G Da Costa, L Gyarmati, D Kliazovich, S Lafond, L Lefèvre, H De Meer, J-M Pierson, R Pries, J Torres, T Anh Trinh, and S U Khan
Wiley, May 2015