Dr. Thomas Krenc
Glasgow East Room 124
1411 Cunningham Rd
Monterey, CA, 93943

I am a research associate at the CMAND lab at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Prior to that, I was a PhD student and postdoc at INET, Technische Universität Berlin.
My research centers around data driven analyses of the Internet: topology, routing and trafic.

Publications
BGP Prefix Delegations: A Deep Dive
Thomas Krenc and Anja Feldmann
Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), 2016
An Internet Census Taken by an Illegal Botnet:
A Qualitative Assessment of Published Measurements
Thomas Krenc, Oliver Hohlfeld and Anja Feldmann
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review Volume, 44(3), 2014
On the Benefits of Using a Large IXP As an Internet Vantage Point
Nikolaos Chatzis, Georgios Smaragdakis, Jan Boettger, Thomas Krenc and Anja Feldmann
Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), 2013

Teaching
At TU Berlin
Network Protocols and Architectures (Fall 2012 - 2018)
Internet Routing Seminar (Fall 2013 - 2018)
Internet Measurement Seminar (Spring 2014 - 2015, 2018)
RouterLab (Spring 2014, 2018, 2019)
Thesis Supervision
The Earth is not a Sphere: On the Geographic Alignment of Autonomous Systems
Kamil Balitzki, TU Berlin, 2019
Re-evaluating the AS-level Multi-Tier Model
Lars Prehn, TU Berlin, 2018
On Inferring Primary AS Paths from BGP Routing Data
Omar Faruque, TU Berlin, 2018
Measurement and Characterization of Address Block Announcements from Different Vantage Points
Md Shihab Karim, TU Berlin, 2017
On the Potentials of Extending Conventional Measurement Tools for Network Deployments using ALTO
Johannes Schütze, TU Berlin, 2016
Measurement and Analysis of the SoShare Hybrid Server-P2P System
Li Boxuan, TU Berlin, 2016
Measuring the Indirect Prefix Delegation using Public Routing Information
Shen Jinji, TU Berlin, 2016