2019 Munich Doctoral Seminar on Communications (MSC)

The 2019 Munich Doctoral Seminar on Communications takes place on July 31st and August 1st 2019. The seminar consists of invited talks in the areas of optical communication and machine learning, student talks and several poster sessions. We look forward to seeing you in Munich!


Prof. Luca Barletta (Politecnico di Milano)
Prof. Reinhard Heckel (Technical University of Munich)
Prof. Werner Rosenkranz (Universität Kiel)

TUM Researchers:
Antonia Wachter-Zeh, Benedikt Leible, Christian Deppe, Daniel Plabst, Delcho Donev, Diego Lentner, Emna Ben Yacoub, Fabian Steiner, Gerhard Kramer, Haider Al Kim, Hedongliang Liu, Javier Garcia, Julian Renner, Lukas Holzbaur, Mari Kobayashi, Norbert Hanik, Patrick Schulte, Peihong Yuan,Roberto Ferrara, Sven Punchinger, Tasnad Kernetzky, Thomas Wiegart

Gerhard Kramer, Patrick Schulte

Workshop Program

Wednesday 31.07.2019
Time Speaker Talk Title  
9:30 Gerhard Kramer Welcome & Quasi-Concavity for Gaussian Multicast Relay Channels
10:00 Emna Ben Yacoub Low-Complexity Decoding of Non-Binary LDPC Codes
10:30 Lukas Holzbaur, Benedikt Leible, Diego Lentner, Peihong Yuan Poster Session 1 & Coffee
12:00 Lunch Mensa
13:30 Luca Barletta On the Information Transfer Through Split-Step Fourier Model with EDFAs
14:00 Reinhard Heckel t.b.a.
14:30 Thomas Wiegart Shaping for Asymetric Channels using Polar Codes
15:00 Hedongliang Liu, Tasnad Kernetzky, Patrick Schulte, Delcho Donev, Andreas Lenz Poster Session 2 & Coffee
18:00 Dinner BBQ with Fachschaft


Thursday 01.08.2019
Time Speaker Talk Title
9:00 Georg Maringer t.b.a
9:30 Javier Garcia Phase-noise model of optical nonlinear interference
10:00 Fabian Steiner Probabilistic Shaping for Unipolar PAM
10:30 Julian Renner, Daniel Plabst, Haider Al Kim, Yizhao Jia, Lorenz Welter Poster Session 3 & Coffee
12:00 Lunch  


Workshop Venue

The talks will take place in Room N2408 (2nd Floor), Building N4, TUM main campus at Theresienstrasse 90, 80290, Munich.