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Title: M.Sc.
6G-life Position: PhD Researcher
University: TU Munich – Chair for Theoretical Information Technology, ACES Lab
Work Packages:
WP 4.4 Testbeds
WP 3.4 Joint Communication and Sensing

After receiving my Bachelors and Master degrees from TUM in 2019 and 2021, I joined the ACES Lab of the Chair of Theoretical Information Technology in late 2021. Along my studies, I worked in the aerospace and defense industry, first as a working student, then as a research engineer, where I focused on deep learning for radio-frequency signal processing and its deployment. I won the Best Paper Award at the 3rd IEEE Symposium on Joint Communications and Sensing 2023.
My research in 6G-life lies at the intersection between theory and practice and deals with enabling and demonstrating new ideas for the physical layer in testbeds. Alongside my colleagues from APs 3.4. and 4.4, we are focusing on following aspects:
1. MIMO-OFDM Transceiver Design for Joint Communications and Sensing
2. Distributed Indoor Positioning and Navigation in Current and Future Networks
3. Sustainable and Energy-Efficient AI for the Physical Layer
4. Radio Digital Twins