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Dr.-Ing. Jacob Eberhardt

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Jacob joined the ISE research group in August 2015 after graduating from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), where he focussed on cloud computing and theoretical finance. Jacob successfully defended his dissertation in 2021 with the topic "Scalable Privacy-preserving Off-chain Computations".

Jacob's research focuses on novel concepts and approaches in distributed systems design with contributions in cloud computing, blockchains, and decentralized application architectures. He develops novel approaches to improve blockchain's scalability and privacy through off-chaining, and applies them to relevant ecosystem problems in different application domains, e.g., energy and finance. As part of his research, he created ZoKrates, a language, and toolbox for zkSNARKs on Ethereum. ZoKrates won a best paper award, a $70000 Samsung Next Stack Zero grant, and its ongoing development is supported by the Ethereum Foundation.

Publications since 2015

D. Bermbach and J. Eberhardt (2017). Audio-Visual Cues for Cloud Service Monitoring. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science: CLOSER

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D. Bermbach and J. Eberhardt (2016). Towards Audio-Visual Cues for Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring. Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E 2016). IEEE.

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D. Bermbach and S. Mueller and J. Eberhardt and S. Tai (2015). Informed Schema Design for Column Store-based Database Services. Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing & Applications (SOCA 2015). IEEE.

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Anselm Busse and Jacob Eberhardt and Stefan Tai (2021). EVM-Perf: High-Precision EVM Performance Analysis. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (ICBC), 1–8.

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Anselm Busse and Jacob Eberhardt 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)

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