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Dr.-Ing. Anselm Busse


Anselm Busse joined the ISE research group as a senior research and teaching assistant in January 2019. He holds a Diplom (equivalent to a masters degree) and a Ph.D. in computer engineering and a bachelors degree in economics. Before joining ISE, he was junior and senior research and teaching assistant at the communications and operating systems group at TU Berlin.

Anselm's research and teaching focus is on large and complex IT systems and infrastructure including cloud-based systems, system software, and IoT. His current main research interest is the application and integration of blockchain technology to complex real-world scenarios.

Honors & Awards

  • Software Campus - Software Campus trains and professionally develops tomorrow’s senior IT executives while opening up excellent career prospects to young IT experts in Germany. Software Campus combines scientific leading-edge research with hands-on management practice into an entirely new and innovative concept.
  • Erwin-Stephan-Preis - Award for an outstanding final degree and short duration of study.
  • Recognition of the final degree by Faculty IV of Technische Universität Berlin - Recognition as one of the top three graduates of the year in the diploma degree course of computer engineering


Anselm Busse and Jacob Eberhard and Sebastian Frost and Dong-Ha Kim and Thore Weißbier and Lukas Renner and Matthias Roth and Stefan Tai (2019). A Response to the United Nations CITES Blockchain Challenge: Incremental and Integrative PoA-based Permit Exchange. 1st IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (ICBC 2019)

Link to publication

Anselm Busse and Reinhardt Karnapke and Helge Parzyjegla (2017). Simulation-based Tracing and Profiling for System Software Development. Proceedings of the 10th ACM International Systems and Storage Conference. ACM, 8:1–8:6.

Anselm Busse and Reinhardt Karnapke and Hans-Ulrich Heiß (2015). CoBaS: Introducing a Component Based Scheduling Framework. 2015 International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing Workshop, 79–84.

Anselm Busse and Jan H. Schönherr and Matthias Diener and Philippe O. A. Navaux and Hans-Ulrich Heiß (2015). Partial Coscheduling of Virtual Machines Based on Memory Access Patterns. Proceedings of the 30th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing. ACM, 2033–2038.

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Anselm Busse
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
sec. EN 14
Room 249
Einsteinufer 17
10587 Berlin
Tel: +49 30 314 79833