LNT & DLR Summer Workshop on Coding (2016)

The workshop on July 26, 2016 has researchers and visitors of DLR and LNT discuss recent advances in channel coding, modulation, and random access. The workshop consists of technical talks, coffee breaks for discussions, and a visit to a beer garden to network and enjoy summertime in Munich. The workshop will be held at the Institute for Communications Engineering of the Technical University of Munich. Please register by sending an Email to georg.boecherer@tum.de.

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

Gianluigi Liva, Georg Böcherer

Time and Location

The workshop is from 1pm to 6pm on July 26, 2016, in the seminar room N2408 of the TUM Institute for Communications Engineering, Theresienstrasse 90, Building N4, 2. floor D-80333 Munich.

Confirmed Participants

  • Ronald Boehnke (Huawei)
  • Fady El-Nahal (Islamic University of Gaza)
  • Mark Flanagan (University College Dublin)
  • Alexandre Graell i Amat (Chalmers University)
  • Michael Heindlmaier (Cadami)
  • Onurcan Iscan (Huawei)
  • Enrico Paolini (University of Bologna)
  • Marcin Pikus (Huawei)
  • Cedomir Stefanovic (Aalborg University)
  • Dejan Vukobratovic (University of Novi Sad)
  • DLR: Federico Clazzer, Lorenzo Gaudio, Thomas Jerkovits, Balazs Matuz, Tudor Ninacs, Estefania Recayte, Sandro Scalise
  • TUM: Muhammad Umer Anwaar, Hannes Bartz, Mustafa Cemil Coskun, Delcho Donev, Bernhard Geiger, Onur Günlü, Hussein Hammoud, Lukas Holzbaur, Tasnad Kernetzky, Diego Lentner, Manuela Meier, Joachim Neu, Lars Palzer, Tobias Prinz, Vladimir Sidorenko, Markus Stinner, Youlong Wu, Peihong Yuan 


Chair: Gianluigi Liva
13:10Cedomir Stefanovic: Random access on graphs: Capture-or tree evaluation
13:30Dejan Vukobratovic: Slotted ALOHA in Small Cell Networks: How to Design Codes on Random Geometric Graphs?
13:50Alexandre Graell i Amat: Asymptotic Analysis and Spatial Coupling of Counter Braids
14:10Enrico Paolini: Efficient Evaluation of the Weight Spectral Shape of Nonbinary Protograph LDPC Codes
14:30Coffee Break
Chair: Enrico Paolini
15:00Hannes Bartz and Vladimir Sidorenko: Analysis of Decoding Schemes for Punctured Reed-Solomon and Related Codes
15:20Bernhard Geiger: The Fractality of Polar Codes
15:40Peihong Yuan: Short Polar Codes
16:00Lorenzo Gaudio, Tudor Ninacs, Thomas Jerkovits: The potential of tail-biting convolutional codes for ultra-reliable communications
16:20Coffee Break
Chair: Balazs Matuz
16:50Georg Böcherer: On Surrogate Channels for Code Design
17:10Mark Flanagan: GLDPC Coded Modulation and its Squared Euclidean Distance Distribution
17:30Tobias Prinz: Polar Codes for Probabilistic Amplitude Shaping
18:30Beergarden Max Emanuel Brauerei

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