Valentin Haider studied electrical engineering and information technology with a focus on technical electronics at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology and graduated with a bachelor's degree in February 2020. During his bachelor's studies, he received the SpeedUp scholarship from the BMW Group. After his bachelor's degree, Valentin proceeded his studies in electrical engineering and information technology with a focus on communications engineering at the Technical University of Munich. He earned his master's degree with high distinction in December 2022. During his master's studies, he also received a BMW Group scholarship, the Fastlane Light scholarship. This is a scholarship related to the Fastlane scholarship which is awarded specifically to SpeedUp Alumni. Furthermore, Valentin spent a semester abroad at Muskingum University, Ohio, USA (during his Bachelor's studies) and at Lund University, Sweden (during his Master's studies). Since November 2022 he is a research and teaching associate at the Chair of Communication Networks. More information about Valentin's career is available on his LinkedIn profile.
Valentin's research interests are in the advancement of resource allocation in 5G and 6G communication networks, with his research primarily focused in the area of access networks. The contemplated resources can be resources for transmission, for processing, or for storage of data.
Valentin was the teaching associate for the central exercise module of the lecture Data Networking in the winter semester 2022/2023.
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