Nicolai Kröger has been born in Ebersberg, Bavaria. He completed his Bachelor’s studies in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in August 2018. During his Bachelor’s studies, he did his internship with BMW. He continued his Master’s studies at TUM, where he graduated in August 2021. In his Master’s Thesis, he modelled the performance of P4 switches using queuing theory. Afterwards, he joined the Chair of Communication Networks at TUM as a research and teaching associate in September 2021. His research in the 6G-life project focuses on the communication of critical applications (i.e. telemedicine). Apart from his involvement in the 6G-life project, he is also voluntarly engaged in german emergency services.