Invited Presentations


 

Invited Presentations

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 2022

  • M. Wolf, “OFDM for short range fiber optical transmission.” Seminar Series of the Institute of Information Technology, Ilmenau University of Technology, July 15, 2022, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Maximum likelihood estimation of a low-rank probability mass tensor from partial observations.” 9-th Workshop on ThRee-way methods In Chemistry And Psychology (TRICAP 2022), June 30, 2022, Auberge des Seguins, Luberon, France. 

     

  • M. Haardt, “Gridless Channel Estimation for Hybrid MIMO OFDM Systems in the Millimeter Wave Band via R-D Unitary Tensor-ESPRIT in DFT Beamspace.” 12-th IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop (SAM 2022), June 23, 2022, plenary talk, Trondheim, Norway, HTML

     

  • S. Gannot, Z.-H. Tan, M. Haardt, N. F. Chen, H.-T. Wai, and I. Tashev, “Panel Discussion on Data Science Education: The Signal Processing Perspective.” IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2022), May 24, 2022, Singapore, HTML, PDFPhoto .

     


 2021

  • M. Haardt, “Tensor-based gridless channel estimation for hybrid MIMO OFDM systems in the millimeter wave band.” 8-th International Conference on Signal and Information processing, Networking, and Computers (ICSINC 2021), December 3, 2021, Jinan, Shandong Province, China, invited keynote presentation, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, “Gridless Channel Estimation for Hybrid MIMO OFDM Systems in the Millimeter Wave Band.” 25-th International ITG Workshop on Smart Antennas (WSA 2021), November 11, 2021, plenary keynote presentation, EURECOM, Sophia Antipolis, France.

     

  • M. Wolf, M. Haardt, “Serial versus parallel wireless optical indoor transmission: a comparison of PAM and DMT.” 2021 IEEE 4th 5G World Forum (5GWF’21), (virtual), TV-3: Optical Wireless Communication (OWC), Ilmenau University of Technology, October 13, 2021, Montreal, Canada.

     

  • M. Haardt, A. A. Korobkov, A. Manina, and D. Rakhimov, “Efficient processing of multidimensional data via tensor-based techniques.” IEEE Statistical Signal Processing Workshop (SSP 2021), Online Tutorial, July 11, 2021, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, HTML .

     

  • K. Ardah and M. Haardt, “Intelligent surfaces in SatCom.” SatNEx V (SATellite Network of EXperts) Mid-Term Meeting, organized by the European Space Agency (ESA), July 7, 2021, online.

     

 2020

  • S. A. Cheema and M. Haardt, “Beamforming optimization with per-element power constraints.” SatNEx IV (SATellite Network of EXperts) Final Review Meeting, organized by the European Space Agency (ESA), June 30, 2020, online.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Tensor-based high-resolution channel parameter estimation for hybrid MIMO OFDM systems in the millimeter wave band.” Oregon State University (OSU), School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Colloquium, February 10, 2020, Corvallis, OR, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, D. Rakhimov, and J. Zhang, “Tensor-based high-resolution channel parameter estimation for hybrid MIMO OFDM systems in the millimeter wave band.” Information Theory and Applications Workshop (ITA 2020), February 3, 2020, San Diego, CA.

     

 2019

  • S. Lau, K. Naskovska, A. A. Korobkov, J. Haueisen, and M. Haardt, “Alpha and theta oscillators during photic driving in MEG-EEG signals differentiated using coupled CP decomposition.” ANS (Australasian Neuroscience Society) Sensorimotor Satellite Meeting, December 2, 2019, Adelaide, Australia.

     

  • A. A. Korobkov, K. Naskovska, M. Haardt, and J. Haueisen, “Joint processing of the signals from brain based on tensor algebra.” 5-th International Conference BCI (Brain-Computer-Interface): Science and Practice, October 4, 2019, Samara, Russia, PDF.

     

  • M. Haardt, I. Podkurkov, J. Zhang, and A. Nadeev, “Efficient multidimensional wideband parameter estimation for OFDM based joint radar and communication systems.” Department of Teleinformatics Engineering (GTEL), Federal University of Ceara (UFC), October 3, 2019, Fortaleza, Brazil, JPG.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Using double contractions to derive the tensor structure of slice-wise multiplications of tensors with applications to PARAFAC2 and MIMO OFDM.” Université de Lorraine, Centre de Recherche en Automatique de Nancy (CRAN), July 11, 2019, Nancy, France.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Using double contractions to derive the tensor structure of slice-wise multiplications of tensors.” Journée CNRS GDR ISIS "Nouvelles méthodes tensorielles et applications", June 17, 2019, Paris, France, invited keynote presentation.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Using double contractions to derive the tensor structure of slice-wise multiplications of tensors with applications to MIMO OFDM.” Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing for Data Analytics (SAM-DA) Workshop, May 27, 2019, Hangzhou, China, keynote presentation.

     

  • K. Ardah, A. L. F. de Almeida, and M. Haardt, “A gridless CS approach for channel estimation in hybrid massive MIMO systems.” 90th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM), February 19, 2019, Vienna, Austria.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Double contractions of tensors to represent slice-wise multiplications of tensors - with applications to PARAFAC2 and multi-carrier MIMO systems in wireless communications.” University of California at Riverside, Department of Electrical Engineering Colloquium, February 7, 2019, Riverside, CA.

     

  • M. Haardt, K. Naskovska, and A. L. F. de Almeida, “Derivation and exploitation of the constrained CP tensor structure of Khatri-Rao coded MIMO OFDM.” Information Theory and Applications (ITA) Workshop, February 12, 2019, San Diego, CA.

     

 2018

  • M. Haardt, “Double contractions of tensors to represent slice-wise multiplications of tensors - with applications to PARAFAC2 and multi-carrier MIMO systems in wireless communications.” International Workshop on Mathematical Issues in Information Sciences (MIIS 2018), Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen, December 21, 2018, Shenzhen, China, HTML HTML HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, “Double contractions of tensors to represent slice-wise multiplications of tensors - with applications to multi-carrier MIMO systems in wireless communications.” Bell Labs International Colloquium, Nokia Bell Labs, November 23, 2018, Stuttgart, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Double contractions of tensors to represent slice-wise multiplications - with applications to multi-carrier MIMO systems in wireless communications.” Department of Teleinformatics Engineering (GTEL), Federal University of Ceara (UFC), September 25, 2018, Fortaleza, Brazil.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Preparing for a global career in communications and signal processing - the international MSCSP program at TU Ilmenau.” Department of Teleinformatics Engineering (GTEL), Federal University of Ceara (UFC), September 25, 2018, Fortaleza, Brazil.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Double contractions of tensors to represent slice-wise multiplications - with applications to multi-carrier MIMO systems in wireless communications.” 8-th Workshop on ThRee-way methods In Chemistry And Psychology (TRICAP 2018), June 15, 2018, Angel Fire, NM.

     

  • M. Haardt, I. Podkurkov, J. Zhang, and A. Nadeev, “Efficient multidimensional wideband parameter estimation for OFDM based joint radar and communication systems.” Information Theory and Applications (ITA) Workshop, February 13, 2018, San Diego, CA.

     

 2017

  • K. Naskovska and M. Haardt, “A SEmi-algebraic framework for approximate CP tensor decompositions via simultaneous matrix diagonalizations (SECSI): Fundamentals, extensions to coupled CP decompositions, and applications to biomedical data,” July 11, 2017, TU Dresden, Germany.

     

  • K. Naskovska, “From Skopje to Ilmenau, from linear to multilinear signal processing.” Annual Day of Information Technology, June 23, 2017, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, “First-order perturbation analysis of low-rank tensor approximations based on the truncated HOSVD.” Department of Teleinformatics Engineering (GTEL), Federal University of Ceara (UFC), April 27, 2017, Fortaleza, Brazil.

     

  • M. Wolf, S. A. Cheema, and M. Haardt, “Frequency domain equalization for dispersive optical channels with intensity modulation and direct detection,” Mar. 2017, PDF.

     

 2016

  • M. Haardt, “A semi-algebraic framework for approximate CP tensor decompositions via simultaneous matrix diagonalizations.” University of California at San Diego, Jacobs School of Engineering, Nov. 10, 2016, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, HTML .

     

  • J. Zhang and M. Haardt, “Efficient hybrid beamforming concepts for massive MIMO.” 37-th meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), Oct. 2016, Kassel, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “A semi-algebraic framework for approximate CP tensor decompositions via joint matrix diagonalization and generalized unfoldings.” Department of Teleinformatics Engineering (GTEL), Federal University of Ceara (UFC), Sept. 2016, Fortaleza, Brazil, September 27.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Efficient hybrid analog-digital beamforming concepts for massive MIMO.” Department of Teleinformatics Engineering (GTEL), Federal University of Ceara (UFC), Sept. 2016, Fortaleza, Brazil, September 29.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Efficient two-way relaying techniques for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas and hybrid beamforming concepts for massive MIMO.” Fourth EURASIP - IEEE Spanish Workshop on Signal Processing, Information Theory, and Communication (SIC 2016), plenary presentation, July 19, 2016, Santander, Spain, HTML .

     

  • K. Naskovska and M. Haardt, “Extension of the semi-algebraic framework for approximate CP decompositions via simultaneous matrix diagonalization to the efficient calculation of coupled CP decompositions,” July 15, 2016, Leuven, Belgium, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas and hybrid beamforming concepts for massive MIMO.” IEEE ICASSP 2016 Workshop on Sensor Array Processing and Communications (ICASSP-WSAC), Mar. 28, 2016, Xi'an, China, PDFHTML .

     

  • Y. Cheng, A. Yeredor, and M. Haardt, “A sequentially drilled joint congruence decomposition (SeDJoCo) and its extended version.” SIAM Workshop on Tensor Decompositions and Applications (TDA 2016), Jan. 20, 2016, Leuven, Belgium, HTML .

     

 2015

  • Y. Cheng, A. Yeredor, and M. Haardt, “Sequentially Drilled Joint Congruence Decompositions (SeDJoCo): The Simple Case and the Extended Case.” SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra, Atlanta, Oct. 2015.

     

  • S. A. Cheema, M. Wolf, and M. Haardt, “Frequency domain equalization for visible light communication,” Sept. 2015.

     

  • M. Haardt and A. T. Cemgil, “Matrix and tensor decompositions.” Summer School of the 12-th International Conference on Latent Variable Analysis and Signal Separation (LVA / ICA), Aug. 24, 2015, Liberec, Czech Republic.

     

  • M. Haardt, “A semi-algebraic framework for approximate CP decompositions via Simultaneous Matrix Diagonalizations (SECSI).” 7-th Workshop on ThRee-way methods In Chemistry And Psychology (TRICAP 2015), June 3, 2015, Pecol - Val di Zoldo (Belluno), Italy.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and J. Zhang, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas.” Chalmers University of Technology, Department Signals and Systems Colloquium, Apr. 28, 2015, Gothenburg, Sweden.

     

 2014

  • M. Haardt, “Research Overview in Communications and Signal Processing at Ilmenau University of Technology.” Centre for Telecommunications Research (CETUC), Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Oct. 10, 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

     

  • M. Haardt and F. Römer, “Tensor-based channel estimation (TENCE) and iterative refinements for two-way relaying with multiple antennas and spatial reuse.” Centre for Telecommunications Research (CETUC), Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Oct. 10, 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt and F. Römer, “Tensor-based channel estimation (TENCE) for two-way relaying with multiple antennas.” Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Workshop in honor of Prof. A. Fettweis and Prof. J. F. Böhme, Sept. 12, 2014, Bochum, Germany, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, “Multiple antenna concepts for 5G.” 5G@Europe Summit 2014, Huawei Technologies, Feb. 11, 2014, Munich, Germany.

     

 2013

  • B. Song, “Linear transmit-receive strategies for multi-user MIMO wireless communications.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communication and Signal Processing, July 2013, Ilmenau, Germany, July 5.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and J. Zhang, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas.” University of California at San Diego, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Information Theory and Applications Colloquium, June 6, 2013, La Jolla, CA, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and J. Zhang, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas.” University of California at Riverside, Department of Electrical Engineering Colloquium, June 3, 2013, Riverside, CA.

     

  • M. Haardt, J. Zhang, and O. Taghizadeh, “Full-duplex wireless communications with partial interference cancellation.” The University of York, Research Seminar of the Department of Electronics, Mar. 27, 2013, York, United Kingdom.

     

 2012

  • M. Haardt and E. Jorswieck, “Fundamental aspects of physical resource sharing in wireless networks: Relay-sharing scenarios.” External Advisory Board Meeting of the European FP7 Project SAPHYRE, Nov. 20, 2012, Berlin, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and J. Zhang, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas.” Wireless Research/Physical Layer Seminar Series, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Sept. 13, 2012, Stuttgart, Germany, September 13.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and J. Zhang, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas.” The University of York, Research Seminar of the Department of Electronics, Inaugural Lecture as "Honorary Visiting Professor", June 11, 2012, York, United Kingdom, HTML .

     

 2011

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and J. Zhang, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes for amplify and forward relays with multiple antennas.” Stanford University, Smart Antennas Research Group, Nov. 10, 2011, Palo Alto, CA.

     

  • M. Haardt, J. Zhang, and F. Römer, “Spectrum and relay sharing via the projection based separation of multiple operators (ProBaSeMO).” 27-th Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), Oct. 19, 2011, Duesseldorf, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, J. Zhang, and J. Li, “Relay techniques for multi-user MIMO communication systems.” External Advisory Board Meeting of the European FP7 Project SAPHYRE, Sept. 2011, Frankfurt, Germany, September 27.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Future mobile and wireless radio systems: Challenges in European research.” International Summer Academy on Mobile Communications, Jul. 21, 2011, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany.

     

 2010

  • M. Haardt, “Spectrum and infrastructure sharing in wireless networks: Signal processing and coding (WP 3).” External Advisory Board Meeting of the European FP7 Project SAPHYRE, Sept. 30, 2010, Brussels, Belgium.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and H. Becker, “Analytical performance evaluation of multidimensional HOSVD-based subspace estimation techniques.” SIAM Workshop on Tensor Decompositions and Applications (TDA 2010), Sept. 13, 2010, Monopoli, Italy, invited overview presentation, HTML PDF.

     

  • F. Römer and M. Haardt, “A semi-algebraic (“closed-form”) solution for multilinear PARAFAC.” Trilateral workshop on Separation of variables and Applications (SVA), Sept. 9, 2010, La Colle Sur Loup, France, invited talk.

     

  • N. Song, M. Wolf, and M. Haardt, “ Digital non-coherent UWB receiver based on TH-Walsh transmission schemes ,” Mar. 22, 2010.

     

  • M. Haardt and F. Römer, “Efficient two-way relaying schemes with multiple antennas.” University of California, Irvine, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, May 9, 2010, Irvine, CA.

     

 2009

  • M. Haardt, F. Roemer, and H. Becker, “Higher order SVD based subspace estimation to improve the accuracy of multi-dimensional parameter estimation schemes.” Supélec, Département Signaux et Systèmes Électroniques, December 9, 2009, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.

     

  • J. P. C. L. da Costa, “Multidimensional model order selection.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing, December 2, 2009, Communications Research Laboratory, TU Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Roemer, and G. Del Galdo, “Higher order SVD based subspace estimation to improve the accuracy of multi-dimensional parameter estimation algorithms.” Université de Nice à Sophia Antipolis, Laboratoire I3S, September 17, 2009, Sophia Antipolis, France.

     

  • H. Becker, F. Roemer, and M. Haardt, “Performance analysis of higher order SVD based parameter estimation techniques.” Université de Nice à Sophia Antipolis, Laboratoire I3S, September 17, 2009, Sophia Antipolis, France.

     

  • M. Haardt and F. Roemer, “Tensor-based channel estimation (TENCE) for two-way relaying with multiple antennas and scalable complexity to facilitate cross-layer techniques.” IEEE International Workshop on Cross-Layer Design (IWCLD), June 12, 2009, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, invited keynote presentation.

     

  • M. Wolf, “Single Carrier Block Transmission for VLC.” Single Carrier Workshop, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institut, Berlin, June 2009, presentation.

     

  • F. Roemer, “Two-way relaying in multi-user MIMO communication systems.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), May 26, 2009, Ilmenau, Germany, Abstract.

     

  • N. Song, “Non-coherent Receivers for Energy Efficient UWBTransmission.” UKoLoS Annual Colloquium 2009, February 26-27, 2009, Erlangen, Germany.

     

  • B. Song and M. Haardt, “Analysis and improvements of linear multi-user MIMO precoding techniques.” DFG-Kolloquium "Techniken, Algorithmen und Konzepte für zukünftige COFDM Systeme" (TakeOFDM), February 25-26, 2009, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg PDF.

     

 2008

  • M. Haardt, “Aktuelle Forschungsschwerpunkte in der Nachrichtentechnik.” Ilmenau University of Technology, December 17, 2008, Ilmenau, Germany, organized by the IEEE Student Branch.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Roemer, and G. Del Galdo, “Higher-order SVD based subspace estimation to improve the accuracy of multi-dimensional parameter estimation algorithms.” Eindhoven University of Technology, December 10, 2008, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Future Mobile and Wireless Radio Systems: Challenges in European Research.” Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Event 2008, November 26, 2008, Lyon, France, invited by the European Commission, HTML .

     

  • M. Haardt, M. Weis, and F. Roemer, “Practical space division multiple access (SDMA) techniques for enterprise applications.” Nortel Wireless Forum 17 (via audio link), November 19, 2008, Ottawa, Canada.

     

  • J. H. Kim, “Multiuser MIMO techniques with feedback.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), November 3, 2008, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Multi-user MIMO systems in wireless communications.” Nortel, Wireless Technology Laboratories, Tech Talk Series, April 25, 2008, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

     

  • U. Korger and M. Haardt, “Schichtübergreifende Optimierung für MIMO-OFCDM Systeme in Multi-Hop Szenarien.” DFG-Kolloquium "Techniken, Algorithmen und Konzepte für zukünftige COFDM Systeme" (TakeOFDM), February 20-21, 2008, Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg PDF.

     

  • N. Song, M. Wolf, and M. Haardt, “Non-coherent receivers for energy efficient UWB-transmission.” UKoLoS Annual Colloquium 2008, May 7-8, 2008, Ilmenau, Germany, PDF.

     

  • A. Thakre, “Channel estimation and tracking for single carrier uplink transmission schemes.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), May 6, 2008, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Fuchs, “Multi-user scheduling for MIMO systems with space division multiple access.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), January 28, 2008, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

 2007

  • M. Haardt, “Multi-User MIMO Konzepte für die 4. Mobilfunkgeneration.” Annual Nortel Christmas Dinner for the German Press, keynote presentation, November 27, 2007, Munich, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Roemer, and G. Del Galdo, “Higher-order SVD based subspace estimation to improve the parameter estimation accuracy in multi-dimensional harmonic retrieval problems.” Stanford University, Smart Antennas Research Group, November 9, 2007, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

     

  • M. Haardt and D. Falconer, “Wireless world initiative new radio: The WINNER project.” Nortel Networks, Wireless Technology Laboratories, Tech Talk Series, October 10, 2007, Harlow, United Kingdom.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Roemer, and G. Del Galdo, “Higher-order SVD based subspace estimation to improve the performance of multi-dimensional parameter estimation algorithms.” University of York, Department of Electronics, September 24, 2007, York, United Kingdom.

     

  • M. Haardt, F. Römer, and G. Del Galdo, “Higher order SVD based subspace estimation to improve the performance of multi-dimensional parameter estimation algorithms.” University of California at San Diego, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, April 9, 2007, La Jolla, CA, USA.

     

  • G. Del Galdo, “Spherical harmonics : a powerful mathematical tool for antenna radiation pattern modeling.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), May 14, 2007, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • N. Song, M. Wolf, and M. Haardt, “Non-coherent and Autocorrelation Receivers for Energy Efficient UWB-transmission.” Kickoff Meeting Project UKoLoS, February 15, 2007, Berlin, Germany, PDF.

     

 2006

  • M. Wolf, “UWB Communications.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), December 11, 2006, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Practical space division multiple access (SDMA): architectures and algorithms.” Nortel Wireless Forum (via audio link), November 9, 2006, Ottawa, Canada.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Multi-user MIMO downlink precoding and scheduling.” ArrayComm Inc., November 3, 2006, San Jose, CA, USA.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Multi-user MIMO downlink precoding and scheduling.” Université de Nice à Sophia Antipolis, Laboratoire I3S, October 3, 2006, Sophia Antipolis, France.

     

  • M. Haardt and F. Römer, “Enhancements of Unitary ESPRIT for hexagonal arrays and non-circular sources.” Munich University of Technology, Seminar Series on Circuit Theory and Signal Processing, July 26, 2006, Munich, Germany.

     

  • M. Fuchs, G. Del Galdo, M. Milojevic, H. Henry, and M. Haardt, “Räumliche ressourcenvergabestrategien sowie effiziente kanalschätz- und kanalprädikationsverfahren für Multi-User-MIMO-Systeme.” DFG-Kolloquium "Techniken, Algorithmen und Konzepte für zukünftige COFDM Systeme" (TakeOFDM), February 15, 2006, Universität Hannover PDF.

     

 2005

  • G. Del Galdo, “Geometry-based channel modelling for multi-user MIMO systems.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), November 28, 2005, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt and G. Del Galdo et al., “Intelligente Antennen - Systemaspekte und Signalverarbeitung.” Short Course, Carl-Cranz-Gesellschaft, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, November 14-18, 2005.

     

  • M. Hennhöfer, “Cross-layer optimization.” Fachhochschule Mannheim, 27.10.2005.

     

  • M. Haardt, V. Stankovic, G. Del Galdo, and M. Fuchs, “Transmit processing for multi-user MIMO systems.” European Conference on Wireless Technology (ECWT 2005), October, 2005, keynote presentation.

     

  • M. Haardt and A. Alexiou, “WWRF White Paper on Smart Antennas, MIMO Systems, and Related Technologies.” 14-th Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), July 7, 2005, San Diego, CA.

     

  • M. Haardt, M. Fuchs, and H. Henry, “Multi-User Scheduling für die Abwärtsstrecke von MIMO-Systemen mit SDMA.” DFG Kolloquium, “Techniken, Algorithmen und Konzepte für zukünftige COFDM Systeme (TakeOFDM)”, February 16, 2005, Karlsruhe, Germany.

     

 2004

  • M. Haardt, “Transmit processing in multi-user MIMO systems.” State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Department of Electrical Engineering, November 8, 2004, Buffalo, NY, USA.

     

  • M. Haardt and A. Alexiou, “WWRF White Paper on Smart Antennas and Related Technologies - Part 1: Benefits, Channel Modeling, and Multi-User MIMO Transmit Processing.” 11-th Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), June 10, 2004, Oslo, Norway.

     

  • A. Alexiou and M. Haardt, “WWRF White Paper on Smart Antennas and Related Technologies - Part 2: Optimization Strategies and Deployment Issues for Next Generation Wireless Systems.” 11-th Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), June 10, 2004, Oslo, Norway.

     

  • D. Falconer (organizer and chair), M. Haardt, B. Hunt, S. Kaiser, and B. Walke, “WWRF WG 4 Panel Discussion on 4G Wireless.” 11-th Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), June 11, 2004, Oslo, Norway.

     

  • H. Henry, “Performance of coherent receivers for a pulsed multiband UWB transceiver.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), July 21, 2004, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Robust transmit processing for multi user MIMO systems.” Stanford University, Special Workshop on Smart Antennas, July 30, 2004, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

     

  • V. Stankovic, “OFDM system synchronization over fast fading channels.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), February 2, 2004, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt and Q. Spencer, “Efficient zero-forcing techniques for downlink spatial multiplexing in mult-user MIMO systems.” Munich University of Technology, Seminar Series on Circuit Theory and Signal Processing, January 19, 2004, Munich, Germany.

     

 2003

  • M. Haardt et al., “Intelligente Antennen - Systemaspekte und Signalverarbeitung.” Short Course, Carl-Cranz-Gesellschaft, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, November 17-21, 2003.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Zero-Forcing Algorithmen für den räumlichen Vielfachzugriff im Downlink von Multi-User MIMO Systemen.” BMBF Space-Time Workshop, June 3, 2003, Berlin, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Efficient zero-forcing algorithms for downlink spatial multiplexing in mult-user MIMO systems.” University of Duisburg-Essen, Smart Antenna Research Team, October 6, 2003, Duisburg, Germany.

     

  • M. Hennhöfer, “Intelligente Antennen und MIMO-Konzepte für zukünftige Mobilfunksysteme.” Bayern Innovativ Kooperationsforum "Mobile Kommunikation: Trends, Systeme, Technologien", February 5, 2003.

     

 2002

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas and multi user MIMO concepts for wireless communication systems.” Stanford University, Smart Antenna Research Group, November 8, 2002, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

     

  • G. Del Galdo, “Efficient beamforming in MIMO systems via subspace analysis of multidimensional channel-sounding measurements.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), May 8, 2002, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt (organizer and chair), H. Boche, A. F. Molisch, T. Matsumoto, B. Ottersten, A. Paulraj, and R. Valenzuela, “MIMO systems and smart antennas.” Panel Session, Int. Symp. on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC 2002), October 29, 2002, Honolulu, HI, USA.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Schwerpunkt Mobilkommunikation - Internationalisierung in Forschung und Lehre.” Thüringer Tag der Mobilkommunikation, TU Ilmenau, October 1, 2002, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Kommunikations- und Messtechnik.” Tag der Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, TU Ilmenau, September 28, 2002, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas for wireless communications beyond the third generation.” Infineon Technologies AG, August 30, 2002, Munich, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt and A. Alexiou, “WWRF White Paper on Smart Antennas and Related Technologies (SMART).” Sixth Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), June 25, 2002, London, UK.

     

  • Q. H.Spencer, “Capacity and downlink beamforming algorithms for a multiuser MIMO channel.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), June 21, 2002, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas for mobile communications beyond the third generation.” Samsung Electronic Corporation, Suwon, Korea, May 29, 2002.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas for mobile communications beyond the third generation.” 4th Smart Antenna Workshop for IMT-2000, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, May 28, 2002.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas for mobile communications beyond the third generation.” Hantel Corporation, Seoul, Korea, May 27, 2002.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas for mobile communications beyond the third generation.” Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, May 27, 2002.

     

  • M. Haardt and R. Thomä, “The future of wireless communications beyond the third generation.” Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA, March 14, 2002.

     

 2001

  • M. Milojevic, “Overview of third generation mobile communications.” Ilmenau International Seminar Series on Communications and Signal Processing of the Institute for Information Technology (InIT), November 22, 2001, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt et al., “Intelligente Antennen - Systemaspekte und Signalverarbeitung.” Short Course, Carl-Cranz-Gesellschaft, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, November 12-16, 2001.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Smart antennas for wireless communications.” IEEE / IEE Int. Symposium  on Telecommunications (IST 2001), keynote presentation, September 3, 2001, Tehran, Iran.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Die Zukunft des Mobilfunks nach der 3. Generation: Visionen und Forschungsschwerpunkte.” Ilmenau University of Technology, June 14, 2001, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, N. Geng, L. Herault, R. Tafazolli, and W. Utschick, “WWRF Research Item: Smart Antennas.” Second Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), May 10, 2001, Helsinki, Finland.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Signal processing challenges for future mobile communication systems.” University of Southern California, May 3, 2001, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

     

  • M. Haardt, H. Boche, and G. Wunder, “The future of mobile communications beyond the third generation.” 30th Annual IEEE Communication Theory Workshop, April 30, 2001, Borrego Springs, CA, USA.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Innovating the mobile world beyond the third generation.” Hamburg-Harburg University of Technology, April 25, 2001, Hamburg, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, C. F. Mecklenbräuker, and M. Vollmer, “Efficient joint space-time processing for UTRA TDD.” ITG-Diskussionssitzung: Systeme mit intelligenten Antennen, March 16, 2001, Ilmenau, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Objectives of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF).” Kick-Off Meeting of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF), March 6, 2001, Munich, Germany.

     

  • M. Haardt, “The future of wireless communications.” Berlin University of Technology, Berlin, Germany, February 7, 2001, Kolloquium “Digitale Mobilkommunikation”.

     

  • M. Haardt, “Signal processing challenges for future mobile communication systems.” Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany, January 24, 2001, Signal Processing and Circuit Theory Seminar Series.