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Kai Grunert, M.Sc.

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Kai Grunert received his Master’s degree in Computer Engineering at the Technische Universität Berlin in May 2014. During his studies, he worked at Toll Collect GmbH as a software engineer and architect. He was responsible for creating an automation system for test cases to verify the functionality of On-Board Units. Prior to that, he finished the integrated degree program Communication Systems at the Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin. In the practical phases he developed access control systems for Idencom GmbH.

In December 2014, he joined the Telekom Innovation Laboratories as a research scientist in Prof. Axel Küpper’s group Service-centric Networking. Until 2020, he supported the teaching for the lectures Business Processes and IT systems as well as Web Technologies. In 2018, he started his own research project PROCEED where he and his teams created a decentralized Business Process Management System with an engine for executing BPMN-based processes in a distributed fashion. The project is available open source on Gitlab and is still under active development. Currently, Mr. Grunert works on a project for the Werner von Siemens Campus where he investigates the usage of a process system for Industrie 4.0.

Open Theses

For a list of open thesis, please see here: docs.proceed-labs.org/project/roadmap/

Research Interests

  • Workflow Engines, Process Automation and Modeling
  • Decentralized and Distributed Software Architectures
  • Web Technologies: Semantic Web and JavaScript Engines

Publications

Overview of JavaScript Engines for Resource-Constrained Microcontrollers
Citation key Grun2006:Overview
Author Grunert, K.
Title of Book 5th International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Technologies 2020(SpliTech 2020)
Pages 1-7
Year 2020
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.23919/SpliTech49282.2020.9243749
Address Split, Bol, Croatia
Abstract IoT devices often use small, constrained microcontrollers to implement their functionality. Usually, they are programmed with languages like C or C++, but there is a trend to use interpreted languages for this task. In this paper, we focus on JavaScript. We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using this interpreted language for microcontroller development, we give an overview of the available JavaScript engines for constrained devices, and we compare these interpreters' general properties. One finding shows that the projects can be divided into embeddable interpreters (JerryScript, Duktape, mJS) and standalone runtimes (Espruino, Moddable, Mongoose OS). It was also identified that the interpreters follow different architectural approaches.
Bibtex Type of Publication SNET Data Social Ubiquitous
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Kai Grunert, M.Sc.
Service-centric Networking
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