Agenda

 Agenda

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9:00

Opening


Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Gerhard Rödel
Vice-Rector for Research, TU Dresden
9:10

Keynote speech


Siavash Alamouti
Research & Development Director, Vodafone
9:40

The Vodafone Chair & Vision Update


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h. c. Gerhard Fettweis
10:30 Coffee break
11:00

Keynote

Partner’s wireless Vision


“Connected Vehicles in a Connected World”
Erich Biermann, Robert Bosch GmbH
11:15

Projects presented by chair members


Hardware and Tools

“Hardware Architectures for Wireless Communication Systems: A Research Overview”
Dr. Emil Matus

“Dynamic Task Scheduling for Heterogeneous MPSoCs”
Oliver Arnold

“Memory Management in Heterogeneous MPSoCs”
Benedikt Nöthen

“An Analytic Model for Traffic Congestion in NoC Under Finite Buffer Assumption”
Erik Fischer

“Implementation of MIMO Detection Algorithms”
Esther Perez

“Iterative MIMO Receiver for LTE-Advanced Uplink””
Tobias Seifert

Links & Protocols

“Links & Potocols Group: Overview of research activities”
Dr. Andreas Festag

“GFDM in Cognitive Radio”
Rohit Datta

“Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing – A Flexible Multicarrier Modulation Scheme”
Nicola Michailow

“Estimation of Timing Symbol Offset and Carrier Frequency Offset in Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing (GFDM)”
Ivan Gaspar

“Robust Signal Processing for Cooperative Multi-Cell Transmission”
Richard Fritzsche

“Small Cell Backhaul”
Michael Grieger

“Technology Transfer Chain: HTSB applies incubation program to FAST consortium”
Bettina Voßberg
12:20

Partner’s Vision


“Toward A New Balance Of Power — Is Germany Pioneering a Global Transformation of the Energy Sector?“
Dr. Patrick Herhold, The Boston Consulting Group
12:45 Lunch - BAR ground floor
13:45

Keynote

Partner’s wireless Vision


“Vehicular Channel Characterization for Dependable Intelligent Transport Systems”
Prof. Christoph Mecklenbräuker, TU Wien

“Satellite-based sensor networking”
Dr. Marco Krondorf, INRADIOS GmbH
14:15

Projects presented by chair members


Coding & Links

“Information Theory – The Guide to Optimal Communication System Design”
Dr. Meik Dörpinghaus

“Communication System Design Employing 1–Bit Quantization and Oversampling at the Receiver”
Lukas Landau

“Analyzing the Impact of Jitter on Bandpass Sampling Receivers”
Björn Almeroth

“Non-Uniform Windowed Decoding Schedules for Spatially Coupled Codes”
Najeeb ul Hassan

“Low-Complexity rate-adaptive LDPC Code Design”
Walter Nitzold

Link-Level Algorithms

“Signal Processing for Mobile Communications”
Dr. Wolfgang Rave

“PG-LDPCC Codes in Iterative Receiver Systems”
Patrick Grosa

“Swarm Behavior for Wireless Network Optimization”
Stefan Wesemann

“Synchronisation Network based on Phase-Locked Loops”
Alexandros Pollakis
15:00

Keynote

Partner’s wireless Vision


“Testing of the new spectrum-hungry radio technologies”
Dr. Tim Hentschel, Signalion GmbH - A National Instruments Company

“From Theory to Praxis – The Actix SON Solution”
Dr. Jens Voigt, Actix GmbH
15:30

Projects presented by chair members


System-Level Algorithms

“Information Theory – The Guide to Optimal Communication System Design”
Albrecht Fehske

“Communication System Design Employing 1–Bit Quantization and Oversampling at the Receiver”
Vinay Suryaprakash

“Analyzing the Impact of Jitter on Bandpass Sampling Receivers”
Sascha Berger

“Non-Uniform Windowed Decoding Schedules for Spatially Coupled Codes”
Henrik Klessig
15:50 Walk to Vodafone Chair
16:00

Coffee break/ Posters/ Demonstrations


Welcome to the following demonstrations

  • SDR Chip Demo
  • 60GHz Short-Range Transmission: A Multi-Gbit/s Wireless Data Link
  • GFDM-based Prototype for Future Cellular Communications Using National Instruments PXI platform
  • Uplink CoMP offline field trial with multiple distributed UEs
17:00 Open end
19:00

Informal get-together with guests, alumni and the chair


in the restaurant “Italienisches Dörfchen”, Theaterplatz 3, 01067 Dresden