Chair of Communications

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Intensiv Exercise

The Intensive Exercise for the exam Nachrichtenübertragung 1 takes place on
Wednesday the 19.02.2020 from 13:15-15:45 o'clock in C-SR1.
If questions occur during your preparation, please contact jonas.koch@tf.uni-kiel.de so that we 'll be able to discusse it during the exercise.

 

Exams WS 2019/2020

Nachrichtenübertragung:
24.02.2020, OS40-R.201/ OS40 Robert-Gansel Hörsaal, 09.00-12.00 am
Please notice current changes at Examination Office for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology!

Digital Communications:
24.02.2020, OS40-R.201/ OS40 Robert-Gansel Hörsaal, 09.00-12.00 am
Please notice current changes at Examination Office for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology!

Digital Communications II:
17.03.2020, KS2 / C-SR II, 1.00-2.30 pm
Please notice current changes at Examination Office for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology!

Optical Communications:
19.03.2019, KS2 / C-SR I, 2.00-3.30 pm
Please notice current changes at Examination Office for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology!

 

Nachrichtenübertragung II

Notification of change: The lecture Digital Communication II was called Nachrichtenübertragung II until WS 2018/2019 and will now take place in English.

 

Awarded

Best Paper Award - ACP 2019 (Asia Communications and Photonics Conference),

On the largest conference in the Asia-Pacific region on optical communications, in Chengdu, China, the Chair of Communications presented four papers as well as an invited workshop contribution.

As one of 10 finalists for the best paper awards Mr. Shi Li, PhD student at the Chair of Communications, has been awarded the Best Student Paper Award for his paper "Photonic Reservoir Computing enabled by Silicon Micro-Rings". In his research work Mr. Li investigated a photonic reservoir computer (optical artifical neural network), which can be realized as a photonic integrated circuit. The results have been achieved in a research collaboration between TU Dresden (Prof. Kambiz Jamshidi) and the Chair of Communications (Prof. Stephan Pachnicke) of CAU Kiel. Such photonic reservoir computers shall enable in the future to realize an artifical neural network with extremly high bandwidth and high energy efficiency in the optical domain.