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Andreas F. Molisch - VTC2020-Fall Victoria

Andreas F. Molisch

Solomon Golomb – Andrew and Erna Viterbi Chair Professor

Title: Millimeter-wave and THz channels and systems for high-mobility environments

Abstract: Millimeter-wave based communications is one of the key components of 5G. Among other applications, high-rate communications for both passengers and control systems in vehicular and train environments are envisioned. This talk will start out by discussion propagation channels in high-mobility environments, describing both recent measurements and suitable models. This will be followed by a discussion of antenna and MIMO technology for such systems, their complexity, and sensitivity to mobility.

Speaker bio: Andreas F. Molisch received his PhD and habilitation from TU Vienna  After 10 years in industry he joined the University of Southern California, where he is now the Solomon Golomb – Andrew and Erna Viterbi Chair Professor. His research interest is wireless communications, with emphasis on wireless propagation channels, multi-antenna systems,  ultrawideband signaling and localization, novel modulation methods, caching for wireless content distribution, and edge computing. He is the author of four books, 21 book chapters, more than 250 journal papers, 350 conference papers, as well as 80 patents. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, IEEE, AAAS, and IET, as well as Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and recipient of numerous awards.