Gastvorträge (Nov. 2010 - Jun. 2012)

Liste aller Gastvorträge am Lehrstuhl für Nachrichtentechnik im Zeitraum zwischen November 2010 bis Juni 2012

26. Juni 2012,
Luca Barletta, Politecnico di Milano
Titel: "Computing and achieving the constrained capacity of the Wiener phase noise channel"

8. Juni 2012,
Edmund Yeh, Northeastern University, Boston
Titel: "Polar Codes for Multiple Access Channels"

25. Mai 2012,
Pablo Piantanida, SUPELEC, Gif-sur-Yvette
Titel: "Selective Coding Strategy for Composite Relay Channels"

4. Mai 2012,
Daniela Tuninetti, University of Illinois at Chicago
Titel: "Towards Understanding the Fundamental Limits of Practical Cognitive Radio"

4, Mai 2012,
Meik Dörpinghaus, RWTH Aachen
Titel: "On the Achievable Rate of Stationary Fading Channels"

24. April 2012,
Mansoor I. Yousefi, University of Toronto
Titel: "Information Transmission over Optical Fibers Using the Nonlinear Fourier Transform"

23. April 2012,
Guiseppe Caire, University of Southern California
Titel: "Massive and Dense: how to achieve x100 capacity increase in wireless networks"

30. März 2012,
Shirin Saeedi Bidokhti, EPFL
Titel: "On broadcasting and multicasting two degraded messages"

20. März 2012,
Upamanyu Madhow, University of California, Santa Barbara
Titel: "Millimeter Wave Communication: A Systems Perspective"

19. März 2012,
Robert Fischer , University Ulm
Titel: "Der Goldene Schnitt (in) der Nachrichtentechnik"

16. Februar 2012,
Stephan ten Brink, Bell Labs/Alcatel-Lucent Stuttgart
Titel: "On Thresholds of Low-Density Parity-Check Codes with Structure"

15. Dezember 2011,
Georg Böcherer, RWTH Aachen
Titel: "Capacity-Achieving Probabilistic Shaping"

10. Dezember 2011,
Hendrik Franke, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Titel: "Implementation of a Channel Simulator for Free-Space and Fiber Optical Communication Systems and Investigation of Next Generation Free-Space Optical Modulation Formats"

30. November 2011,
Matthieu Bloch, Georgia Institute of Technology, Metz, Frankreich,
Titel: "Fundamental Mechanisms of Physical-Layer Security"

24. November 2011,
Erik Agrell, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg,
Titel: "Bandlimited ISI-free transmission over intensity-modulated optical links"

23. November 2011,
Frank Kschischang, University of Toronto,
Titel: "Subspace Codes and Network Coding" (Zweiter Teil)

22. November 2011,
Muhammad Usman, Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg,
Titel: "Optimized pulse shaping for efficient performance of digital backward propagation (DBP) in 112 Gbit/s DP-QPSK transmission"

21. November 2011,
Andrew C. Singer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Titel: "Signal Processing for Optical Communication Systems: An Open Discussion"

21. November 2011,
René-Jean Essiambre, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Holmdel, New Jersey,
Titel: "Information Theory Applied to Optical Fibres: the 'Fibre Channel'"

10. November 2011,
Igal Sason, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa,
Titel: "On Concentration and Revisited Large Deviations Analysis of Binary Hypothesis Testing"

2. November 2011,
Frank Kschischang, University of Toronto,
Titel: "Subspace Codes and Network Coding" (Erster Teil)

6. Oktober 2011,
Johnny Karout, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg,
Titel: "Modulation Optimization for Noncoherent Optical Systems"

13. September 2011,
Gareth Middleton, Rice University, Houston,
Titel: "How do Flows of Information Interact in Networks?"

21. Juli 2011,
Geburtstags Colloquium zu Prof. Joachim Hagenauers 70sten Geburtstag

Daniel J. Costello, University of Notre Dame,
Titel: "The Secret Life of Joachim Hagenauer"

John Proakis, Northeastern University,
Titel: "Reminiscing on my Two Visits to LNT"

Ezio Biglieri, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, University of California,
Titel: "Joachim Hagenauer and Italy: A marriage made in heaven?"

Sergio Verdú, Princeton University,
Titel: "7 BSE"

Hans-Andrea Loeliger, ETH Zürich,
Titel: "Soft bits, likelihoods, and filters"

Gottfried Ungerböck,
Titel: "First Encounters"

Anthony Ephremides, University of Maryland,
Titel: "Moon (C)ode"

15. Juli 2011,
Gottfried Lechner, University of South Australia,
Titel: "The Two-Way Relay Network with Arbitrarily Correlated Sources and an Orthogonal MAC"

11. Juli 2011,
Ayfer Ozgur, EPFL,
Titel: "Scalable Wireless Networks"

8. Juli 2011,
Johannes Huber, Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg,
Titel: "Unique Word Prefix OFDM (UW-OFDM), An Overview"

22. Juni 2011,
Baris Nakiboglu, MIT,
Titel: "Multi-layer Bit-wise Unequal Error Protection for Variable Length Blockcodes with Feedback"

15. Juni 2011,
Hassan Ghozlan, USC,
Titel: "Interference Focusing for Simplified Optical Fiber Models with Dispersion"

10. Juni 2011,
Raymond Yeung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Titel: "Refinement of Two Fundamental Tools in Information Theory"

8. Juni 2011,
Markus Stinner, Univ. of Ulm,
Titel: "On Construction and Decoding of Partial Unit Memory Codes Based on Gabidulin Codes"

3. Juni 2011,
Peter Marbach, Univ. Toronto,
Titel: "Multihop Wireless Networks - A Vision Becoming Reality"

14. April 2011,
Francesco Rossetto, DLR,
Titel: "Design and Analysis of Random Access Networks with Interference Alignment"

11. April 2011,
Michel Ivrlac, TUM,
Titel: "The Potential of Compact Arrays in Gain, Diversity, Multiplexing and Multiuser Scenarios"

22. März 2011,
Michèle Wigger, Telecom-Paristech,
Titel: "Constraint Wyner-Ziv Source Coding"

14. Dezember 2010,
Joachim Hagenauer, TUM,
Titel: "Drei Professoren der Nachrichtentechnik im Dritten Reich"

8. November 2010,
Jossy Sayir, Cambridge University,
Titel: "Message Passing Using Ranked Symbol Lists"

2. November 2010,
Aydin Sezgin, Univ. of Ulm,
Titel: "The multi-pair two way relay network: Rate regions and duality"

2. November 2010,
Sara Al-Sayed, Univ. of Ulm,
Titel: "Secrecy in Gaussian MIMO Bidirectional Broadcast Channels: Transmit Strategies"

2. November 2010,
Anas Chaaban, Univ. of Ulm,
Titel: "Gaussian Multiple Access Channels with Interference"