Welcome to the Communications Engineering Lab (CEL)
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A team led by Prof. Laurent Schmalen from the CEL has been awarded this years "Best Paper Award" of the IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology. The award recognizes the paper that has been most cited in the past three years. The awarded publication considers the design of novel optical communication systems using machine learning techniques. You can access the publication using this link.
Prof. Schmalen has been awarded with an ERC Consolidator grant, offered by the European Research Council to the research at CEL forward. In the upcoming five years, his RENEW project will reinvent the way we look at the design of communication systems and has the goal to massively increase both the dara rates and the energy efficiency of communication systems. If you are interested in participating in this research, please contact us for opportunities for PhD theses, master theses and bachelor theses.
Despite the current restrictions to slow the spread of the novel corona virus, we can offer all final theses without major restrictions. If you are reaching the end of your bachelor or master studies and are interested in a final thesis in the field of communications engineering, please contact us directly. We have multiple open theses in different fields of telecommunications. Our scientific staff will support you with all means to carry out your thesis. We are happy to offer you a variety of interesting topics in the exciting world of communications engineering despite the difficult situation and hope you all stay healthy.
The CEL has an open position as research associate / PhD candidate working on energy efficient data transmission using machine learning techniques.
From now on the CEL is located at the Campus West (Hertzstr. 16) in the building 06.45. It is reached best via Kußmaulstraße. We are looking forward to welcome students, guests and colleagues at our new home, when the current situation allows to!
Two CEL scientists win the main awards at this year's Innovation Days hosted at Nokia Bell Labs in Stuttgart. Felix Wunsch won the first prize of the post award with his work on wireless low power wide area networks operating at 2.4 GHz. Marcus Müller led a team consisting of students from University of Rostock and Saarland University that won the first prize of the Hackathon. Congratulations to both of them!