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Johannes Dommel successfully completed his PhD on November 25, 2022

Friday, 25. November 2022

Dr. Johannes Dommel
Prof. Slawomir Stanczak (TU Berlin), Dr. Johannes Dommel, Dr.-Ing. Zoran Utkovski

Scientific defense of Johannes Dommel on 25th November 2022.

The title of doctoral thesis is: "An Information-Centric Approach to Massive Connectivity in Wireless Sensor Networks"

The doctoral examination board consists of the following members:   

Chair:  Prof. Dr.- Ing. Jörg Raisch  (TU Berlin) 



Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak (TU Berlin)

Prof. Dr. Petar Popovski (Aalborg University, Denmark)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Setareh Maghsudi (University of Tuebingen)

Dr. Gianluigi Liva (DLR Munich)


Supervisor: Dr.-Ing Zoran Utkovski



Wireless communication technologies as key enabler for Internet of Things (IoT) and massive machine-type communication (mMTC) applications are of growing importance in connection with cellular communication networks like 5G New Radio (5G-NR). Although solutions based on advanced massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) techniques and the exploration of the sub-THz spectrum promise a significant increase in capacity, the prospects for solving the problem of massive connectivity for largescale sensor networks are rather sobering due to the stringent power limitations at the mobile devices and the limited propagation range in the higher frequencies. A bottleneck in today’s wireless communication systems arises from the underlying assumption of orthogonality in the design of the air interface and multiple access protocols. The limiting factor here originates from the fact that wireless resources can only be used by one device at a time, so that the total number of devices is inherently limited by the number of available resources. Thus, in the regime of massive connectivity with a large number of active devices, orthogonal transmission becomes prohibitive. Another limitation stems from the small size of the data packets, typically on the order of several bytes, while the number of information bits can be on the order of the entropy of the random process characterizing the device activation, making user identification tedious. Consequently, the design of efficient transmission schemes for sustainable wireless networks requires a critical rethinking of the assumptions on device identification (»Is the device identity relevant for the application?«) and information transmission (»What relevant information is to be obtained via the communication process? «). Contrary to the traditional communication model that treats the communication process as a content-agnostic data pipe, emerging information-centric models have become the subject of research as a viable solution for energy-efficient massive multiple access. In this work, the problem of massive connectivity with limited communication resources and power budgets is considered following an information-centric approach, exploiting methodological concepts from information theory, signal processing, multiple access techniques and protocols. A considered information-centric multiple access protocol, e.g., is type-based multiple access (TBMA), where the idea is that the information, the receiver is interested to infer from multiple transmissions, can be characterized by a statistical representation, e.g., its empirical measure (or type). By leveraging the sparse nature of device activation, an non-orthogonal extension of TBMA is developed incorporating a Bayesian message-passing detection receiver. Further, the problem of massive connectivity is addressed from a semantics-aware perspective that incorporates the importance and usefulness/value of information into the communication process. Thus, transmission schemes that exploit semantic-aware active sampling in combination with transmission on shared communication resources are developed. A central statement of this work is that an information-centric approach can contribute significantly towards sustainable and energy-efficient communication systems.

Toward 6G: Key Directions and Research Questions

Friday, 18. November 2022

Position Paper

Executive Summary

How to score a 100-fold capacity increase in an energy-efficient way? How to address privacy and security concerns specific to the convergence of communication and sensing? How to design semantic-aware communication protocols?  These are some of the key research questions to be answered in the transition toward 6G, according to the 6G-RIC Research and Innovation Cluster (6G-RIC) research roadmap.  At the heart of 6G-RIC are six Technical Innovation Areas (TIAs), which serve as technology drivers for 6G. Each TIA is associated with specific research challenges, whose resolution lies at the focus of the 6G-RIC research agenda. In this document, we formulate these challenges in the form of key research questions that should be answered within each of the six TIAs. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the selected questions, 6G-RIC undertakes a holistic approach that simultaneously investigates hardware architectures, signal and protocol design, network computing aspects, as well as algorithmic and implementation complexity. In this context, energy efficiency and security play a leading role as horizontal aspects overarching all studied technologies. 

Sławomir Stańczak, Zoran Utkovski

Daniyal Amir Awan, Ehsan Tohidi, Henrike Wissing, Igor Bjelakovic, Johannes Dommel, Lorenzo Miretti, Renato Cavalcante, Rodrigo Hernangómez

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Talk at NVIDIA

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak will give an invited talk at NVIDIA, Santa Clara, U.S.A. on 03 November.

Title: Towards 6G: Key Directions and Research Questions

Abstract: This talk will introduce the "6G Research and Innovation Cluster" (6G-RIC), which is undertaking an ambitious and comprehensive interdisciplinary research program to address the technical challenges associated with 6G. The evolution towards 6G networks must reconcile the expected explosive growth in data traffic, the integration of sensor services with real-time analytics (Network as a Sensor), and massive network densification with the demand for global sustainability and fairness. Therefore, radical reductions in energy consumption in 6G are not only a sensible economic goal, but also of particular societal importance. Similarly, security will play a critical role in social acceptance, but also in averting economic harm. Finally, virtualization, openess and artificial intelligence (AI) will be key technology drivers for 6G. While AI undeniably has great potential, it does not come at zero cost. The gains achieved through AI must be put in relation to the corresponding effort and resources required. Therefore, we need to approach the transition from 5G to 6G holistically and consider AI as an integral part of the overall system (integrated AI).



Industry Panel at IEEE Globecom 2022

Wednesday, 12. October 2022

The panel is entitled "6G Research & Innovation Cluster (6G-RIC): a perspective on sub-THz communication and sensing" and will be moderated by Slawomir Stanczak. Join us at IEEE Globecom 2022, December 4 – 8 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Jochen Fink successfully completed his PhD on July 22, 2022

Friday, 22. July 2022

Dr. Renato L.G. Cavalcante (Fraunhofer HHI), Prof. Slawomir Stanczak (TU Berlin), Dr. Jochen Fink (Fraunhofer HHI), Prof. Guiseppe Caire (TU Berlin)

Scientific defense of  Mr. Jochen Fink on Friday, July 22, 2022


The title of the doctoral thesis is: " Fixed Point Algorithms and Superiorization in Communication Systems"


The doctoral examination board consists of the following members:   

Chair: Prof. Guiseppe Caire (TU Berlin)



Prof. Slawomir Stanczak (TU Berlin)

Prof. Nikolaos Sidiropoulos (University of Virginia, USA)

Prof. Isao Yamada (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)


Supervisor: Dr. Renato L.G. Cavalcante (Fraunhofer HHI)


Abstract— This work studies fixed point algorithms and superiorization in wireless communication systems. Modern wireless systems perform a great variety of signal processing tasks, including channel estimation, precoding, combining, signal detection, and peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) reduction. The growing demand for mobile data traffic calls for systems with higher bandwidths, larger antenna arrays, and the capability to serve an increasing number of devices. As a result, the dimensions of various optimization problems arising in wireless networks are growing continuously, which increases the computational cost of algorithmic solutions. Hence, scalable algorithms with low complexity are vital to meet both real-time requirements and power budgets. For various types of  roblems, finding optimal solutions can be too computationally demanding in practice. In this case, it is desirable to strike a balance between performance and complexity. Ranging between feasibility seeking and constrained optimization, the superiorization methodology is a promising means of achieving this trade-off. It relies on the concept of bounded perturbation resilience of an iterative algorithm. A feasibility-seeking fixed point algorithm is said to be bounded perturbation resilient if its convergence to a fixed point can be guaranteed even if certain perturbations are added to the iterate in each step. In this case, the superiorization methodology can be used to define a sequence of perturbations leading to a reduced (not necessarily minimal) value of a given objective function. Compared to exact constrained minimization, superiorization often results in a lower computational cost. In this thesis, we investigate the bounded perturbation resilience of several algorithmic frameworks, including the well-known projections onto convex sets (POCS) algorithm, the adaptive projected subgradient method (APSM), and certain extrapolated projection methods. By doing so, we enable their use as basic algorithms for superiorization. We propose an algorithm for the nonconvex multi-group multicast beamforming problem based on a perturbed POCS algorithm. The proposed perturbations simultaneously reduce two objective functions, one of which is nonconvex. Then we harness the bounded perturbation resilience of the APSM by proposing an algorithm for detection in multiple-input multipleoutput (MIMO) systems based on a superiorized APSM. We also devise a deep unfolded version of this algorithm,in which the design parameters are learned using a stochastic gradient descent method. Moreover,we propose online algorithms for estimating and tracking time-varying channels with hybrid- beamforming architectures based on an APSM. The proposed channel estimation algorithms can compensate for random delay and phase variations in wideband channels. Furthermore, we devise a data-driven analog combining policy. Finally, we propose extrapolated projection methods for PAPR reduction. We devise perturbations that aim at incorporating a nonconvex constraint set, which allows the simultaneous use of certain subcarriers for channel estimation and peak cancellation. Simulations at the end of each chapter show that the proposed methods can outperform state-of-the-art techniques, while often resulting in a reduced computational cost. 



Der Tagesspiegel- „Open Ran ist nicht unsicherer als andere 5G-Systeme“

Monday, 02. May 2022

vol. Ihr politischer Wissensvorsprung für Digitalisierung & KI

Interview mit Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Slawomir Stanczak, Der Tagesspiegel, Mai 2022

Der Spiegel- "Ein sechster Sinn"

Wednesday, 09. February 2022

Der Spiegel- vol. Heft 9/2022, Hilmar Schmundt, p. 2

Ein Interview mit Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Slawomir Stanczak, Zum Thema 6G – das Mobilfunknetz von übermorgen.

Interview Prof. Stanczak "Nachgefragt zu Open RAN", 25.1.2022

Tuesday, 25. January 2022


Thema: Nachgefragt! #6 Ausgabe von „Nachgefragt!“ Open RAN – was steckt hinter der neuen Mobilfunktechnologie?





Prof. Slawomir Stanczak, Head of Wireless Communications and Networks Department beim Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institut und Professor für Netzwerkinformationstheorie an der TU Berlin

Marina Grigorian, Repräsentantin Berlin, Telefónica Deutschland (Moderation)


Datum/ Uhrzeit:                25. Januar 2022, 8:30 Uhr – 9:00 Uhr

Adresse:                          BASECAMP, Mittelstraße 51 -53, 10117 Berlin

Ansprechpartner:              Marina Grigorian




Best Workshop Paper Award in IEEE 5GWF’21

IEEE 5GWF’21 Best Workshop Paper Award Certificate



Metin Vural successfully completed his PhD on December 14, 2021.

Tuesday, 14. December 2021

Prof. Dr.- Ing. Slawomir Stanczak & Dr.- Ing. Metin Vural

Scientific defense of  Mr. Metin Vural on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. (CET)

to obtain the academic degree of „Doktor der Ingenieurwissenschaften“ (Dr.-Ing.) .

The title of the doctoral thesis is: „Efficient Pareto Frontier Algorithms for Computing Structured Signal Representations“

The doctoral examination board consists of the following members:   

Chair: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Raisch
Evaluators:  Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Aydin Sezgin
Prof. Dr. Dr. Aleksandr Aravkin



ℓp-norm minimization plays a significant role in a variety of disciplines. It is not only important for the signal recovery in compressed sensing but also beneficial for finding meaningful signal representations as for the sparse and anti-sparse coding related applications. Therefore, minimizing ℓp-norms in an efficient manner sparked interest in a variety of works. This thesis is concerned with the noise-constrained ℓp-norm minimization for 1 ≤ p ≤ ∞. Although there are various optimization problem formulations that may be used to minimize an ℓp-norm, constraining the noise can offer a more meaningful optimization problem definition since when there is a known noise tolerance in an application, one can simply canalise it into the optimization problem and formulate exactly what to solve. Thus, it is often easier to set the noise tolerance from the optimization perspective. Despite this, there is a lack of computationally efficient algorithms in the literature for the noise-constrained ℓp-norm minimization problem because its feasible area can be complicated. Different optimization problem formulations can provide equivalent solutions and some of them might be easier to solve than the others. Therefore, it might be tempting to solve a computationally efficient problem in order to have the solution to another one. In this thesis, we solved constrained ℓp-norm regularization to reach the solution of the noise-constrained ℓp-norm problem. We introduce optimality tracing based ℓp-norm minimization approaches with simple root finding iterations for 1 ≤ p ≤ ∞. The optimality trade-off between both objectives, the ℓp-norm and a loss function that measures the data misfit, is formulated as a nonlinear equation root finding problem. We present and employ several simple, derivative-free and cost-efficient nonlinear equation root finding methods to trace this optimality over a Pareto frontier. Some of these root finding methods do not require differentiable loss functions and are applicable for both convex and nonconvex data misfits and extend such problems to a broader class of applications. We also introduce a warm-start strategy of taking linear least-squares solution with the one that has minimum ℓ2-norm which is named method of frames (MOF) as an input to require less iterations. This warm-start may provide flexible and meaningful starting point initialization for many applications where MOF already exists and can be improved with a better understanding of finitedimensional geometry, e.g. n-widths. The impact of the overcomplete matrix on the convergence rate of some of the presented approaches is demonstrated for matrices fulfilling the Uniform Uncertainty Principle and Uncertainty Principle. These properties were formerly introduced  o analyze the performance of random matrices for ℓ1 and ℓ∞-norm related applications espectively. In the last part of the thesis, i.e. in Chapter 7, ℓp-norm minimization related applications are probed with using several loss functions such as least-squares, Huber and a nonconvex penalty Student’s t. ℓ1-norm is minimized with a typical compressed sensing example. Also, a generic test benchmark is utilized for the comparison of the nonlinear  quation root finders for ℓ1-norm minimization. A new communication scheme is introduced by minimizing ℓ∞-norm. Outlier detection problem is studied with the minimized ℓ∞-norm, and a prior is offered for the minimized ℓ∞-norm with its performance on peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR). Noise-constrained nuclear norm is minimized as well for the Euclidean distance matrix completion problem with the application of wireless sensor network localization.





Accepted paper for presentation at the IEEE ICC'21 Workshop WS-15: 'Pulse-Shaped OTFS over Doubly-Dispersive Channels: One-Tap vs. Full LMMSE Equalizers'

Wednesday, 24. March 2021

We are glad to announce that the paper 'Pulse-Shaped OTFS over Doubly-Dispersive Channels: One-Tap vs. Full LMMSE Equalizers' has been accepted for publication and presentation at the IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE ICC'21). The paper will presented at the WS-15: 1st Workshop on Orthogonal Time Frequency Space Modulation (OTFS) for 6G and Future High-mobility Communications.

Authors: Andreas Pfadler, Peter Jung, Tom Szollmann and Slawomir Stanczak

Title: Pulse-Shaped OTFS over Doubly-Dispersive Channels: One-Tap vs. Full LMMSE Equalizers 

Abstract: Orthogonal time frequency and space (OTFS) is a modulation technique combining Gabor structure with additional time-frequency spreading. It promises significant improvements of the wireless transmission in terms of robustness and efficiency for high mobility users. However, it requires sufficiently accurate channel state information (CSI) and an appropriate equalizer. In particular, full CSI is often assumed to mitigate self-interference. This is particularly challenging in highly dynamic vehicular scenarios where the channel is truly doubly-dispersive. Self-interference is caused by the channel cross-talk coefficients coming from pulse and grid mismatch of the OTFS system with the channel scattering function. The estimation of the channel cross-term coefficients is a tedious task which is not always feasible.

Focusing on practically feasible channel main diagonal estimation and equalization techniques, we propose a tuned one-tap minimum mean square error equalizer (MMSE-EQ). We consider an additional variance parameter including the power of the channel estimation error and self-interference. We determine it by minimizing an error metric between the transmitted and received pilot and guard symbols by using gradient decent with reasonable initial guess. In addition, we numerically compare the proposed one-tap MMSE-EQ with full linear MMSE-EQ with ideal CSI, and orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) in terms of uncoded performance. Our results indicate that, with our proposed equalizer, OTFS significantly outperforms OFDM with low-complexity one-tap equalization over doubly-dispersive channels.

WS-15: 1st Workshop on Orthogonal Time Frequency Space Modulation (OTFS) for 6G and Future High-mobility Communications

When: Friday, 18 June 2021 (virtual conference)



Prof. Dr.-Ing. has been invited to serve as TPC member at the ITW 2021 in Kanazawa, Japan // Oct 17-21, 2021

Monday, 22. March 2021

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak has been invited to  serve as Technical Program Committee member at the ITW 2021, which he gladly accepted. The 2021 IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW2021) will be held in October 17-21 at Kanazawa Bunka Hall, Kanazawa, Japan.

Detailed information regarding the conference and paper submission deadlines can be found here.



Accepted manuscript for publication in the IEEE Signal Processing Letters: 'Joint Source-Channel Coding for Semantics-Aware Grant-Free Radio Access in IoT Fog Networks'

Wednesday, 03. March 2021

We are glad to announce that the manuscript 'Joint Source-Channel Coding for Semantics-Aware Grant-Free Radio Access in IoT Fog Networks' has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Signal Processing Letters.

Authors: Johannes Dommel, Zoran Utkovski, Osvaldo Simeone and Slawomir Stanczak

Title: Joint Source-Channel Coding for Semantics-Aware Grant-Free Radio Access in IoT Fog Networks

Abstract: A fog-radio access network (F-RAN) architecture is studied for an Internet-of-Things (IoT) system in which wireless sensors monitor a number of multi-valued events and transmit in the uplink using grant-free random access to multiple edge nodes (ENs). Each EN is connected to a central processor (CP) via a finite-capacity fronthaul link. In contrast to conventional information-agnostic protocols based on separate source-channel (SSC) coding, where each device uses a separate codebook, this paper considers an information-centric approach based on joint source-channel (JSC) coding via a non-orthogonal generalization of type-based multiple access (TBMA). By leveraging the semantics of the observed signals, all sensors measuring the same event share the same codebook (with non-orthogonal codewords), and all such sensors making the same local estimate of the event transmit the same codeword. The F-RAN architecture directly detects the events values without first performing individual decoding for each device. Cloud and edge detection schemes based on Bayesian message passing are designed and trade-offs between cloud and edge processing are assessed.



New joint project TRURL between TU Berlin NetIT, NCO Torun, TITECH and Keio University starting in June 2021

Monday, 01. March 2021

Distributed learning has been identified as a crucial enabler for future AI tools in heterogeneous environments. However, current work on distributed AI is based on standard optimization tools that, for example, consider the research on distributed algorithms as a separate topic from wireless communication. As a consequence, the resulting systems scale unfavorably with the number of communication partners involved and have major deficits in terms of security, privacy and robustness against partial failures in the wireless network.

Therefore we initiated a new joint project entitled "TRUstworthy distRibuted Learning" (TRURL) in cooperation with the Nicolaus Copernicus University (NCO) in Toruń, the Keio University and the Tokyo Institute of Technology (TITECH), which will start in June 2021. 

The main objective of this project is to devise AI algorithms that:

(1) are truly nonhierarchical (no single point of failure) and asynchronous;

(2) provide confidence intervals for the estimates;

(3) detect attacks and eavesdroppers in the network;

(4) are privacy preserving;

(5) solve real-world problems (and, in particular, problems related to environmental modelling and network cyber security); and

(6) use practical communication protocols tailored to the optimization methods being proposed.

The research work will be divided among the partners as follows: TU Berlin will develop methods of Over-the-Air computation and Federated Learning schemes making use of them as well as defenses against eavesdroppers. NCO Torun will investigate how privacy can be preserved when carrying out these schemes. TITECH will focus on defenses agains active attacks with a focus on DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service). Keio University will work on robustness against partial communication failures and reliability of the proposed schemes.

Concert Japan EU (TRURL): http://www.concert-japan.eu/



New project "Computation for Communication: Bridging the Digital and Analog Worlds" between TU Berlin and University of Melbourne

Monday, 01. March 2021

Within the project "Computation for Communication: Bridging the Digital and Analog Worlds", researchers from Technische Universität Berlin (TUB) and University of Melbourne (UoM) will work on a fundamental problem that comes with the increasing ubiquity of wireless communications: While the available bandwidth remains limited, the number of devices that share it is ever increasing.

The TUB researchers have focused mostly on analog approaches to make communication in massively-sized wireless networks hugely more efficient by tailoring the communication schemes to the applications they are used for, while the UoM researchers have approached the problem with digitally coded communication schemes. The support of the BUA-UoM Seed Fund means that the two groups have an opportunity to combine their complimentary expertise to jointly develop unifying approaches that can combine the advantages of the digital and analog worlds as well as foster a longer-term academic cooperation.

BUA/UoM Partnership: https://www.berlin-university-alliance.de/en/commitments/international/melbourne/index.html



Upcoming talk with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak at NVIDIA GTC'21: Key challenges and technology drivers for open 5G/6G networks // April 12-16, 2021

Sunday, 28. February 2021

We are glad to announce that Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak will give a talk at the NVIDIA GTC 2021 (April 12 -16).

Title: Key challenges and technology drivers for open 5G/6G networks

NVIDIA GTC 2021 will take place online April 12 -16. Registration will be free. We encourage you to invite your colleagues to register and attend.



Invited talk of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak at 5G Masters: OpenRAN, technische Evolution oder Revolution? // February 26, 2021

Wednesday, 24. February 2021

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Slawomir Stanczak has been invited to give a talk on the topic "OpenRAN, technische Evolution oder Revolution?". The event took place on the 26th February 2021 and was supported by Huawei and GvW Graf von Westphalen.

Visit the event website for more details: https://5gmasters.de/#partner

Speaker-info: https://5gmasters.de/team-member/prof-dr-ing-habil-slawomir-stanczak/



Accepted paper for presentation at IEEE VTC2021-Spring: 'AI4Mobile: Use Cases and Challenges of AI-based QoS Prediction for High-Mobility Scenarios'

Wednesday, 03. February 2021

The paper 'AI4Mobile: Use Cases and Challenges of AI-based QoS Prediction for High-Mobility Scenarios' has been accepted for presentation and publication at the IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring). The conference will be held virtually from 25-28 April 2021.

Authors: Daniel Fabian Külzer, Martin Kasparick, Alexandros Palaios, Raja Sattiraju, Oscar Dario Ramos-Cantor, Dennis Wieruch, Hugues Tchouankem, Fabian Göttsch, Philipp Geuer, Jens Schwardmann, Gerhard Fettweis, Hans Dieter Schotten and Slawomir Stanczak

Title: AI4Mobile: Use Cases and Challenges of AI-based QoS Prediction for High-Mobility Scenarios

Abstract: The integration of functions into future communication systems that predict crucial Quality of Service (QoS) parameters is expected to enable many new or enhanced use cases, for example, in vehicular networks and Industry 4.0. Especially with high user mobility, QoS prediction is required in an End-to-End (E2E) fashion to guarantee uninterrupted connectivity and provisioning of real-time applications. In this paper, we present a concise list of mobility use cases, both from automotive and industrial production domains, that benefit from Artificial Intelligence-based QoS prediction. These applications are investigated in the publicly-funded research project AI4Mobile by a representative consortium of industry and academia. Based on a literature review, we identify the main challenges in realizing predictive QoS at
high mobility, and we propose research directions to enable the envisioned E2E solutions.  

Conference: IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring), in Helsinki, Finland, 25-28 April 2021 (virtual conference)

Website: https://events.vtsociety.org/vtc2021-spring/



Accepted paper for presentation at IEEE VTC2021-Spring: 'Terminal-Side Data Rate Prediction For High-Mobility Users'

Monday, 01. February 2021

The paper 'Terminal-Side Data Rate Prediction For High-Mobility Users' has been accepted for presentation and publication at the IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring). The conference will be held virtually in April 2021.

Authors: Daniel Schäufele, Martin Kasparick, Jens Schwardmann, Johannes Morgenroth, and Slawomir Stanczak

Title: Terminal-Side Data Rate Prediction For High-Mobility Users

Conference: IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring), Helsinki, Finland, April 2021 (virtual conference)

Website: https://events.vtsociety.org/vtc2021-spring/




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