Vincent Albert Wolff, M. Sc.

Vincent Albert Wolff, M. Sc.
Appelstraße 9a
30167 Hannover
Vincent Albert Wolff, M. Sc.
Appelstraße 9a
30167 Hannover
  • Persönliche Informationen

    Curriculum Vitae

    Vincent Wolff completed his bachelor and master degree at Leibniz Universität Hannover in Computer Engineering, with a focus on communication technology and human-computer interaction. In his master thesis an application for interactive low-latency streaming via WebRTC was implemented.

    Since October 2020 he works as a research assistant towards a doctoral degree at the Institute of Communication Technology. His research focuses on Car-to-X communication, especially in the field of collective perception.

    Research Interests

    • Car-to-X communication

      • Collective and collaborative perception: Sharing sensor information between vehicles
      • Track-to-track fusion
      • Vulnerable Road User Perception
      • Deployment of Infrastructure (Road Side Units)


    • Mobilkommunikation (SoSe 2021,2022,2023)
    • Rechnernetze Labor WiSe 2023/2024
    • Rechnernetze Labor WiSe 2020/2021
  • Publikationsliste


    • Vincent Albert Wolff, Edmir Xhoxhi (2024): Mitigating Vulnerable Road Users Occlusion Risk Via Collective Perception: An Empirical AnalysisAccepted for 35th IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2024
      arXiv: 2404.07753
    • Vincent Albert Wolff, Edmir Xhoxhi, Felix Tautz (2024): An Application Layer Multi-Hop Collective Perception Service for Vehicular Adhoc NetworksAccepted for 35th IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2024
      arXiv: 2404.07761
    • Edmir Xhoxhi, Vincent Albert Wolff (2024): A Data-Driven Analysis of Vulnerable Road User Safety in Interaction with Connected Automated VehiclesAccepted for 15th IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference 2024
      arXiv: 2404.14935
    • Edmir Xhoxhi, Vincent Albert Wolff, Yao Li, Florian Alexander Schiegg (2024): Vulnerable Road User Clustering for Collective Perception Messages: Efficient Representation Through Geometric ShapesAccepted for 15th IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference 2024
      arXiv: 2404.14925
    • Vincent Albert Wolff (2023): Enhancing Vulnerable Road User Awareness of Intelligent Transport Systems Through Relay and Aggregation of Collective Perception Messages with Road Side UnitsProceedings of the 9th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems
      DOI: 10.5220/0011973300003479
    • Edmir Xhoxhi, Vincent Albert Wolff, Alexey Orychshenko (2023): LiDaSim: A Lightweight Dataset-Based Simulation Framework for Vehicular Ad Hoc NetworksIEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (IEEE VTC-Fall 2023)
      DOI: 10.1109/VTC2023-Fall60731.2023.10333499
    • Shule Li, Vincent Albert Wolff (2022): Tracking Accuracy Based Generation Rules of Collective Perception MessagesIEEE ITSC 2022
      DOI: 10.1109/ITSC55140.2022.9922147


    • Greta Krause (2024): Implementation of a Vulnerable Road User Awareness Service With Adaption of Transmission Parameters for Safety Enhancement, MA, KN (Betreuer: Vincent Wolff)
    • Felix Tautz (2023): Implementierung eines Forwarding-basierten Collective Perception Service in Fahrzeug-Ad-hoc-Netzwerken, MA, KN (Betreuer: Vincent Wolff)
    • Da Zhou (2022): Enhancing the Environmental Awareness of Intelligent Transport Systems using Car-to-X Communication, MA, KN (Betreuer: Vincent Wolff)
    • Vincent Albert Wolff (2020): Parameterization of WebRTC Framework for an Interactive Free-Viewpoint Streaming Application (Betreuer: Tilak Varisetty)


    • Jan-Tristan Kruse (2022): Implementierung eines Infrastrukturgestützten Collective Perception Services und Vergleich verschiedener Regeln zur Generierung von Nachrichten, BA, KN (Betreuer: Vincent Wolff)
  • Forschungsprojekte
    • Zukunftslabor Mobilität
      Das Zukunftslabor Mobilität ist mit dem Ziel entstanden, die Entwicklung von Transportsystemen und mobilitätsunterstützenden IT-Systemen zu fördern, die sich in die bestehende Infrastruktur integrieren. Für zukünftige Verkehrsmodelle mit stetig wachsender Vernetzung werden Kommunikationskonzepte entwickelt.
      Led by: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Vietor (Koordination)
      Team: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Fidler, Vincent Wolff, M.Sc.
      Year: 2020
      Duration: 5 Jahre