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The first three months at T-Labs

Sunday, 06/13/2010, 23:53:25

Deutsche Telekom LaboratoriesIt has been nearly three months since starting my new job at T-Labs back in April. And from day-to-day my job becomes more exciting.

At the moment, I mainly deal with networking and the acquisition of projects in the research fields of our department. Due to the fact that Service-centric Networking was established just 7 months ago in December 2009, we also work on equipping our rooms in the Franklin building of the Berlin Institute of Technology with workplaces and a network infrastructure, so that students as well as we can use these rooms in future. In order to be able to replace Prof. Küpper when needed, I also accompany him to his lecture Mobile Services. And last but not least, I prepare papers for the upcoming workshops HetRec 2010 and SPIRIT 2010.

As you can see, I am pretty much heavily occupied and I learn a lot of things. I am very excited about what the future might hold for me!

By the way: Other business profiles from me can be viewed on the websites of Service-centric Networking and the Deutsche Telekom Laboratories.

Author: Abdulbaki[no comments]

Master thesis = A+!

Thursday, 05/06/2010, 21:16:17

Today, I had to defend my Master thesis at Fraunhofer FOKUS. After presenting my thesis and answering a lot of questions, I got an A+ as a final grade! I'm so happy, because all my expections were exceeded.

Again, I want to thank my supervisor Christian Räck and Fabian Steinert for guiding and helping me during my Master thesis phase. Now being completely done, I can fully concentrate on my research activity at T-Labs!

Author: Abdulbaki[no comments]

Finally... it's over!

Monday, 03/22/2010, 13:08:56

Abdulbaki with his Master thesisThe 16th of March, 2010 was a very important day for me. On that day, I have finished my Master thesis and with it my academic studies!
Today, on the 22nd of March, I got my written confirmation that I successfully graduated from college! It will take a certain time for my supervisor to read my thesis and evaluate it. Till then, I won't know my grade, but that's ok.

However, I have to admit that I still don't realize that my life will change from now on. Because, the most anticipated day for years turned out to be just a visit to the examination office as always... very strange.
Nevertheless, I am verry happy and excited about my future. In April, I will start my new job and hopefully with it a new part of my life.

First of all, I want to thank God, the Most Beneficent, and the Most Merciful. Without Him I could not achieve anything. He helped me going through hard days as well as soft days. In times of desperation, I knew that there was a door to knock on.

Secondly, I would like to express my gratitude to Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Radu Popescu-Zeletin and Dr.-Ing. Stephan Steglich for giving me the chance to work at Franhaufer FOKUS, where I have learned so much and for handing over this Master thesis topic, which was very interesting to work on.
My special appreciation goes to my supervisor Dipl.-Inf. Christian Räck, who has supported and encouraged me throughout the whole Master thesis phase. I managed to write this thesis due to his good guidance.

Furthermore, I want to say "thank you" to my parents. They always supported and helped me during my entire academic career and they were always there for my little family and me. I hope I could honor them by graduating from college and making their prayers of me becoming an engineer come true.

The persons, who I owe the most debt of gratitude, are my wife and my little son. My wife never left me alone; she always believed in me and supported me since day one of our marriage. With the birth of my kid, my sense of responsibility changed drastically and establishing a good future for my kid motivated me to become a good engineer. I love you both so much; all my efforts are just for you two!

Last, but not least, I want to thank my other family members and my friends. Thank you!

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