In the scope of the new lecture Channel Coding II (CCII), we are happy to present two guest lectures by internationally renowned experts in the field of channel coding. On January 22nd, Sebastian Cammerer (University of Stuttgart) will give a talk about "Deep Learning Meets Channel Coding", highlighting the use of modern machine learning techniques for channel coding including code examples. On January 29th, Gianluigi Liva (DLR) will talk about channel coding in the short blocklength regime. Additional information including abstracts and biographies of the speakers can be found on the lecture web page: Channel Coding 2
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!
Die von Prof. Jondral angebotene Vorlesung gibt einen Einstieg in die Enwicklung moderner Funkempfänger und behandelt dabei ausgewählte Themenbereiche, unter anderem elektromagnetische Schwingungen, die Fouriertransformation, verschiedene Empfangsprinzipien, die Analog-Digital-Wandlung und Digitalfilter sowie nichtlineare Effekte und Anwendungsbeispiele.
Vorlesungsflyer mit weiteren Informationen: Vorlesungsflyer
The CEL has an open position as research associate / PhD candidate working on robust and reliable data transmission.
The CEL has an open position as student assistant to work on the lecture examples of the course "Machine Learning & Optimization in Communications". For details, see Job offers