TUM CoC COM PhD Workshop 2018 on 4-6 July 2018

Technical University of Munich's Center of Competence on Communications (TUM-COM) invites you to the EI Faculty Graduate Center (FGZ-EI) PhD student workshop on the topic:


Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications and Applications for 5G


The workshop will take place at Umweltforschungsstation Schneefernhaus, Zugspitze 5, 82475 Zugspitze. The program consists of talks / tutorials from invited speakers, and poster sessions from PhD students. Full agenda and travel itinerary will be shared later with the registered attendees. Ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) is one of the trending research topics for 5G networks. Novel use-cases like industrial automation and autonomous driving are forming the motives for improved communication infrastructure. We believe that with this workshop we can bring together experts working on different aspects of URLLC, to facilitate and encourage the exchange of the ideas in the community.

 We solicit posters with technical results and/or ongoing works on methods and approaches to achieve high reliability and reduce the latency in the conventional and future wireless systems, including but not limited to:

  • Architectures for providing end-to-end latency and reliability
  • URLLC applications, protocols and systems
  • Physical layer and signal processing techniques for URLLC
  • Novel MAC protocols / Radio resource management approaches
  • Novel multiple access techniques (NOMA / SCMA)
  • Ultra-reliable Machine Type Communication (uMTC)
  • Channel modeling for ultra reliability.

To participate, please submit your (1) name, (2) affiliation, (3) poster title and (4) abstract to the workshop organizers via email by May 30th, 2018. Optionally, you may also provide an extended abstract (1-2 pages, IEEE double column template), which we plan to make available on the workshop website. Please use the TUM poster guideline available here: https://portal.mytum.de/corporatedesign/index_html. Do not hesitate to contact the organizers for any questions. Please note: The number of participants is limited due to the workshop venue and to foster tight interaction. Selection of participants will be done based on the following: max. 2 participants per TUM-COM chair/professorship, diversity of topics, first-come-first serve otherwise. Due to sponsoring by the FGZ-EI for TUM COM PhD students main participation costs are paid by FGZ-EI. Details will be communicated after registration.


  • Prof. Giuseppe Durisi | Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • Prof. James Gross | Electrical Engineering School, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Prof. Wolfgang Kellerer | Chair of Communication Networks, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • Prof. Gerhard Kramer | Chair of Communications Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • Prof. Petar Popovski | Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University, Denmark


Plan Day – 1
9:00 Meet-up
9:32 Train to Garmisch
12:15 Zahnradbahn
12:30 Arrival at UFS
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Welcome Talk: Wolfgang Kellerer
14:30 First Lecture : James Gross
16:00 Break + Posters I
17:00 Breakout Sessions or Panel
18:00 Dinner
Plan Day – 2
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 Second Lecture:  Petar Popovski
10:30 Break
11:00 Third Lecture: Giuseppe Durisi
12:30 Lunch + Social Event Hike
18:00 Dinner Preparation together
Plan Day – 3
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 UFS Tour
10:00 Fourth Lecture: Gerhard Kramer
11:30 Break + Posters II
13:00  Leaving to SonnAlpin and Lunch
14:29 Zahnradbahn
15:07 Train to MUC hbf



ist of Participants

  1. Prof. Giuseppe Durisi, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  2. Prof. James Gross, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  3. Prof. Wolfgang Kellerer, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  4. Prof. Gerhard Kramer, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  5. Prof. Petar Popovski, Aalborg University, Denmark 
  6. Mustafa Cemil Coşkun, TUM-LNT
  7. Delcho Donev, TUM-LNT
  8. Thomas Jerkovits, TUM-LNT
  9. Wafa Labidi, TUM-LNT
  10. Alexandru Git, TUM-LNT
  11. Andreas Lenz, TUM-COD
  12. Sebastian Baur, TUM-LTI
  13. Christian Arendt, TUM-LTI
  14. Marcin Iwanow, TUM-MSV / Huawei
  15. Başak Güleçyüz, TUM-LMT
  16. Federico Clazzer, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
  17. Marcel Grec, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
  18. H. Murat Gürsu, TUM-LKN
  19. Mikhail Vilgelm, TUM-LKN
  20. Markus Klügel, TUM-LKN
  21. Samuele Zoppi, TUM-LKN
  22. Arled Papa, TUM-LKN
  23. Onur Ayan, TUM-LKN
  24. Hansini Vijayaraghavan, TUM-LKN
  25. Serkut Ayvaşık, TUM-LKN

Organizers: H. Murat Gürsu, murat.guersu@tum.de, Mikhail Vilgelm,mikhail.vilgelm@tum.de (TUM-LKN), Mustafa Cemil Coskun, mustafa.coskun@tum.de (TUM-LNT)