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NetIT (Network Information Theory) chair


At the NetIT (Network Information Theory) chair, headed by Prof. Stanczak, we focus on research and development of new technologies for future generations of wireless networks. We explore not only the theory, but also the implementation of these technologies in practical systems. There is close cooperation with the Wireless Communications and Networks Department at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute.

An important strategic goal of the research work is the development of novel technologies for mobile networks of the sixth generation (6G).  We are mainly interested in methods for lower layers of the protocol stack, including the study and development of AI-based online algorithms for robust radio access systems. To support this work, we are always looking for bright minds. Therefore, please feel free to contact us at any time by with your application documents.

Wintersemester 2022/23

Our courses in Winter Term 2022/ 23!

Fundamentals of Digital Wireless Network and Communications (VL)

  • part of the module Modern Wireless Communications
  • 2 SWS, 6 Credit Points for both parts


Mathematical Introduction to Machine Learning (VL)

  • part of the modules Mathematics of Machine Learning & Modern Signal Processing and Communications
  • 2 SWS, 6Credit Points for both parts


Master Project Network Information Systems, by Dr.-Ing. Julius Schulz-Zander 

  • 2-3 online meetings
  • maximum capacity of students is 10 (please contact the secretariat HFT 6-1)
  • more details can be found here


The module descriptions can be found in MOSES:



Summersemester 2022

Theory and Algorithms of Machine Learning for Communication, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak


Modern Signal Processing for Communications, Dr. Renato L.G. Cavalcante

  • 19.04.2022 - 19.07.2022
  • every Tuesday from 14:15-15:45 pm
  • online with the web conference tool
  • Enrollment in ISIS for 'MSPC-SS2022'


Selected Topics in Wireless Communications and Networking, Dr. Zoran Utkovski


Master Project Network Information Systems, Dr.-Ing. Julius Schulz-Zander 

  • 21.04.2022 - 21.07.2022
  • 2-3 online meetings
  • maximum capacity of students is 10 (please contact the secretariat HFT 6-1)
  • more details can be found here


You can find the module descriptions in MOSES:





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