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6G research in Germany and "6G-life" were featured in an article coordinated by Frank Fitzek and Holger Boche in IEEE Future Networks Tech Focus (Issue 15, December 2022). More can be found on the IEEE Future Networks homepage.

Holger Boche, Volker Pohl and Vince Poor have contributed to a volume commemorating Edem Lagvilava in the Transactions of the Razmadze Mathematical Institute. Edem Lagvilava and the Georgian School of Mathematics have made fundamental contributions to the modern theory of…

The Hans Pundt Prize 2021 was awarded to Dipl. -Ing. Jonathan E.W. Huffmann  Canonical Correlation and the Calculation of Information Measures for Infinite-Dimensional Distributions Supervisor: Dr.-Ing. Martin Mittelbach Responsible university teacher: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Adolf…

Dear students, The pandemic also presents us with a number of challenges in the winter semester. The lecture period in the coming winter semester starts on October 17, 2022 and runs until February 10, 2023. A combination of digital courses and classroom lectures is planned. …

Rafael Schaefer (Uni Siegen), Christian Deppe (TUM LNT), Frank Fitzek (TUD) and Holger Boche (TUM LTI) will present at the 2022 IEEE GLOBECOM Conference, which will take place in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil - Hybrid: In-Person and Virtual) from December 4 to 8, 2022, the tutorial …

Frank Fitzek (TU Dresden) and Holger Boche have an article in the FAZ today on the topic of the metaverse. There are still many exciting questions from communication and computing to be solved on the way to the metaverse. - FAZ "Am Lagerfeuer der Zukunft". Also relevant here is…

Prof. Dr. Andreas Winter will receive the "Carl Friedrich von Siemens Research Award of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation" in May 2022 and is joining us at the TUM starting in July. Andreas Winter, Christian Deppe (LNT) and Holger Boche will work on the…

Frank Fitzek (TUD), Holger Boche (TUM LTI), Riccardo Bassoli (TUD), Christian Deppe (TUM LNT), Roberto Ferrara (TUM LNT) und Janis Nötzel (TUM TQD)  organize as 6G-life activity the first workshop 6G-Quantum Communication Networks workshop (6GQC) at the IEEE GLOBECOM Konferenz …

Security by design and resilience by design are two key requirements for 6G. To achieve this security, new information-theoretic protocols for 6G need to be explored in conjunction with quantum communication. The publication is available in the ACM Digital Library.

Frank Fitzek and Holger Boche have published in the IEEE Networks November/December issue 2021 (pages 4-5) in the article 6G-life: Digital Transformation and Sovereignty of Future Communication Networks the research tasks and research goals of 6G and the BMBF research project…