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Communication Networks 1
Communication Networks 2
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Cooperative Communication Systems
Practical Implementations of Network Coding
Advanced Topics on Signal Processing at TUM
Nachrichtenverkehrstheorie – Traffic Theory
ICT for Smart Grids
Problem Based Learning
PhD seminar Advanced Topics ComNets
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We are contributing to the following projects and initiatives:
5G Lab Germany
The 5G Lab Germany is a world leading research center focusing on the fifth generation of mobile communication system with more than 20 TU Dresden professors and around 20 industry partners. The focus is to carry out research on low latency, resilient, and secure communication to boost the digital transfer in Germany.
Centre for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop (
DFG Clusters of Excellence
CeTI is a cluster of excellence of the TU Dresden. The central vision is to enable people to interact in quasi-real time with cyberphysical systems (CPS) in the real or virtual world via intelligent wide area communication networks in order to enable people and machines to exchange skills and expertise globally.
5G Campus is led by our chair. The project explores the possibilities of 5G campus networks and their practical implications. A 5G campus network is an independent 5G infrastructure consisting of a local or regional wireless network with a 5G Core. This infrastructure will be one of the key factors for building innovative wireless machine systems in manufacturing, e.g. robotics automation solutions with human-robotics collaborations, in small, medium and large enterprises.
Realisation of real-time cloud applications
Goal of the project is real-time control and steering of Cyber Physical Systems can be achieved through agile and distributed cloud applications. The novel concept is the practical implementation through the use of software defined resources (NFV, SDN). With the help of network coding latencies will be reduced while keeping a high level of resilience and safety.
DFG SFB 912
Our chair is in the Architecture group of HAEC, which bridge between the hardware and the software group closely following the communication demands of the software structure using optimized network coding and routing.
Communication infrastructure for atto networks in 3D chipstacks
ESF Nachwuchs- forschergruppe
We focus on the different communication techniques to be employed in the 3D stacked chipset and study the potential for accelerating network coding applications using the multi-core chipstack.
Compressed Sensing in Information Processing
DFG SPP 1798
Joint design of compressed sensing and network coding for wireless meshed networks.
In this project we use optical signals in the near infrared range for communication. The IR ray does not penetrate the eye and at a power of less than 10mW it will meet the eye's safety standards. In addition, IR radiation communication does not suffer from ambient light as noise, which requires less sensitive and less expensive receivers. In general, OW is generally safer than WiFi, which requires encryption and high security to prevent eavesdropping. Both VLC and IR radiation communication ensure good privacy through the walls. In contrast to VLC, IR radiocommunication could enable more secure indoor communication, especially when windows are well coated.
Fast robotics aims to supplement or replace existing wired communication systems for robots with mobile radio technology. The availability of new mobile communication solutions with high reliability and bandwidth as well as low latency in data transmission enables new control options for robots and robot systems, both fixed and mobile. This includes "distributed motion control","simplified integration of external sensors" based on the same communication technologies and mechanisms, etc. The distributed control concepts to be developed in the project consist of a combination of quantitatively significantly improved mobile communication systems in combination with domain-specific communication and control mechanisms. These not only offer advantages for stationary robot systems, but are also a key technology for the future market of mobile service robotics.
To withstand the pressure of global competition in industrial production, companies have to speed up their manufacturing processes and optimize the use of resources. They should be able to react to individual requirements of customers and the market fast and flexibly at the same time. Often flexibility is limited by optimized processes though. This creates the need for new procedures that enable both: Cost savings due to improved utilisation of machines and an increase in flexibility.
The overriding goal of TACNET 4.0 is the development of a uniform industrial 5G communication system, which integrates 5G networks and industrial communication networks. To this end, 5G concepts are being expanded with innovative industry-specific approaches, cross-network adaptation mechanisms are being developed and open interfaces between industrial and mobile radio systems are being developed.
The goal is to develop a hollistic communication infrastructure for tactile connected cars.
Advancing fail-aware, fail-safe, and fail-operational electronic components, systems, and architectures for highly and fully automated driving to make future mobility safer, more efficient, affordable, and end-user acceptable.
SECRET is a collaborative European Training Network which aims to a new deployment of small cells based on the notion of mobile small cells. In particular, our chair is focusing on the design and optimization of network coded cooperative (NCC) networks to deliver disruptive radio networking topologies to emulate mobile small cells to provide femtocell-like services on the move.
Research in the field of communication technology and control systems engineering for cyber physical systems in realtime.
With this research project, a new mobile and highly innovative measuring system (TEK-EKG) for the detection of the thermal and electrical reference behaviour of a wide range of properties as well as the plant operating behaviour is being developed and put into practice.
National 5G Energy Hub
In the first step of the research project, software and hardware are developed that enable communication between energy applications and higher-level system components. This new toolbox will provide all users of this technology with secure communication access to energy systems and applications. This will enable public institutions and companies to offer new products and services in the energy sector immediately after the planned introduction of the 5G standard in 2020.
5G-ConnectedMobility creates a dedicated network infrastructure and application environment for 5G analysis and testing in real-time for Vehicle-to-vehicle, Vehicle-to-infrastructure, and Railway-to-infrastructure. The project is based on a test track of approx. 30 km along the A9 motorway and a high-speed railway track between Nuremberg-Feucht and Greding in Bavaria, Germany. Founding Members of the “5G-ConnectedMobility” consortium are Ericsson, BMW Group, Deutsche Bahn, the three German mobile network operators with Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica Deutschland and Vodafone, the TU Dresden 5G Lab Germany, the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) and the Federal Regulatory Agency (BNetzA). The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure and the Bavarian Road Construction Administration support the project.
BMBF / 07.2019 – 07.2022
Bauen 4.0 is a BMBF supported cooperative project with the goal of researching and developing innovative, efficient and flexible machines as well as communication technologies to support medium-sized companies in implementation of Industry 4.0 on the site. In this project our chair aims to provide suitable construction site cloud as central data storage, application platform, network access control system and secure gateway for the network.
01.12.2019 - 31.12.2021
The aim of the project CoBot is to improve robotic-assisted rectal resection by developing novel assistance functions based on recent advances in surgical data science, robotic control and distributed network computing. This allows for the first time computer-based assistance beyond the state of the art for rectal resections and paves the way for next-generation robotic surgery. Multiple context-aware assistance functions will be implemented in real-time including visualization of the resection plane, nerves and other vital structures, automatic view stabilization and robotic instrument assistance such as blood suction. As a result we expect several improvements compared to conventional laparoscopic rectal resection such as a reduced operation time, a lower intra- and postoperative complication rate or a reduction of additional adverse events. The project serves as nucleus and basis for a follow-up proposal and a clinical study with well defined end-points
We are supported by the TUD-GWT GmbH for several project administrations.
Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden
DFG Clusters of Excellence, EXC 1056
Our chair is in the Resilience path of CFAED which works on the resilience of the devices made from the non- CMOS materials by the other paths.