Stephan Wirsing

Senior Consultant

Stephan Wirsing was born in 1982 near to Frankfurt in Germany. In 2011, Mr. Wirsing finished his studies in the field of industrial engineering (faculty of electrical engineering) at Technische Universität Darmstadt and is as of August 2011 working as a consultant for SBR-net Consulting AG. The focus of his work lies on new telecommunication technologies and its related economics, including Mobile Communications, Spectrum Regulation, Cognitive Radio, Broadband Networks, Network Modeling, Business Cases, and Project Management. Mr. Wirsing is certified IPMA project manager. In 2015, Mr. Wirsing started a doctorate at the Cooperative Systems Group (COSY) of the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Vienna. His project "Economic Efficiency of a Platform Based Pluralistic Licensing Regime in a Competitive Multi –Operator, Multi-Service Environment" focuses on new ways to improve the efficiency of spectrum management by using Cognitive Radio (CR) and Dynamic Spectrum Access (DAS).

Education/Career

Education

2003 to 2011 Darmstadt University of Technology: Studies in Industrial Engineering (Telecommunications)
2015 to 2017 Universität Wien: Doktorat

Career

2005 to 2006 TU Darmstadt: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Institut für Business Informatics)
2007 to 2009 TU Darmstadt: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Institut für Microwave Engineering)
2009 to 2010 TU Darmstadt: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Institut für Communication Technology)
2010 to 2011 Deutsche Telekom (T-Online): Studentischer Mitarbeiter
From 2011 SBR-net Consulting AG: Berater

Publications

Journals

  • Wirsing, S., Ehrler, M. (2012), Das Kostenrisiko senken, in: Der Gemeinderat, 2012/7-8, S. 52

Conference Papers

  • Lundborg, M., Ruhle, E.-O., Reichl, W., Ehrler, M., Wirsing, S. (2012), The migration to NGN from a regulatory perspective. ITS Regional Conference, Wien 2012, http://tinyurl.com/94akx46
  • Wirsing, S. (2012), Optimal risk allocation in rural next generation infrastructure projects and the role of adequate network modeling. ITS Regional Conference, Wien 2012, http://hdl.handle.net/10419/60346