Seminar on Signal Processing in Communications

Lecturer: Wolfgang Utschick

Target Audience: MSCE

Language: English

Offered in: Winter Term

 

Available Topics and Application Procedure

If you are interested in attending the seminar, please simply contact one of our research group members, whose research area fits best to your interests. A list of all researchers (with the research areas indicated on their personal pages) can be found > HERE <.

Application Deadline (Winter Term 2019/20)

Deadline for contacting your potential supervisor: Oct. 16, 2019

For details on the application procedure, see above.

Description

Varying topics on Signal Processing in Communications

The Seminar on Signal Processing in Communications is an elective course in the third semester of the Master of Science in Communications Engineering (MSCE) program.

During the preparation of and the participation in the seminar, you will acquire hands-on experience of scientific research and improve your skills of presenting complex scientific information. During the course you will be guided by experienced members of our scientific staff.

Each student has to prepare an oral presentation of the topic he or she has registered for. Attending the seminar is mandatory. We expect active participation of all students in the discussion which follows every presentation. The first step after the kick-off meeting is to contact the respective adviser listed next to the who will provide you with more information regarding the topic, including relevant literature. The students have to collect the required literature, understand its contents, and prepare a manuscript which summarizes the topic. The advisers will give feedback about an initial draft paper prepared by the participants. It is a good idea to discuss unclear issues with the adviser to make sure that you have understood everything correctly. The final version of your presentation has to be submitted in electronic form at least one day ahead of your scheduled presentation. The adviser will provide feedback about a draft presentation prepared by the participants.