I am currently a Professor at the University of Bremen in Germany and leading the Sustainable Communication Networks group. I have received my PhD in Computer Science from the University of Lugano in Switzerland in 2009 and my Master degree in Computer Science and Aerospace Engineering from the Free University of Berlin, Germany, in 2004. After my MSc graduation I have spent an year as a junior consultant at the Business Technology Office of McKinsey & Company, before dedicating myself completely to research. Before joining the University of Bremen in early 2015, I have spent several years as researcher at the University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland. My research goal is to enable a sustainable future for computer networking. I am interested both in the usage of computer networking techniques for enabling sustainability and vice versa: enabling more sustainable and flexible computer networks. I am mainly concentrating on wireless networks, cyber physical systems and networks, internet of things, opportunistic networks and computing, massively distributed clouds, participatory sensing, wireless underground sensor networks, smart grids, etc. Furthermore, I am exploring the usage and further development and adaption of machine learning techniques in these areas.