Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Math. Martin Mittelbach

Research associate

Room |   FAL 365
Phone |   +49 351 463 32676
Fax |   +49 351 463 37236
Email |   martin.mittelbach@ post @tu-dresden.de

Biography

In May 2003 Martin Mittelbach received a diploma degree in Electrical Engineering with a major in Information Technologies from Dresden University of Technology. He studied for two semsters at the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech in Blacksburg/U.S. Since June 2003 he is a research associate at the Chair of Communications Theory, Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Dresden University of Technology. In December 2012 Martin received a diploma degree in Mathematics with a major in Mathematical Stochastics from Dresden University of Technology. In Dezember 2014 he completed his dissertation at the Chair of Communications Theory, Dresden University of Technology and received the academic degree Doktor-Ingenieur. Since then he holds a post-doctoral position there.

Research Interests

  • Information Theory
  • Applied Probability Theory
  • Channel Modelling
  • Ultra Wideband Communications

Courses

Projects

  • DFG priority programme 1655 „Wireless 100 Gb/s and beyond“ on wireless ultra-high data rate communication for the mobile internet access (since 07/2016)
  • DFG collaborative research centre 912 HAEC on highly adaptive energy-efficient computing (12/2012 – 07/2015)
  • DFG-projects ALEUK and UWB4WSN (priority programme UKoLoS) on ultra-wideband communication (09/2005 – 11/2012)
  • EU-projects whyless.com, UCAN and PULSERS on ultra-wideband communication (06/2003 – 08/2005)

Theses

  • PhD Thesis
    Coding Theorem and Memory Conditions for Abstract Channels with Time Structure
    Theoretische Nachrichtentechnik (Technische Universität Dresden), December 2014
    Link    Please always use the following link for citations: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:14-qucosa-168302
  • Diploma Thesis (Mathematics)
    Some Contributions to the Fundamentals of Continuous-Time Information Theory
    Institut für Mathematische Stochastik (Technische Universität Dresden), December 2012
  • Diploma Thesis (Electrical Engineering)
    Analyse und Synthese von Pseudozufallsgeneratoren für Stromchiffrierungen
    Theoretische Nachrichtentechnik (Technische Universität Dresden), May 2003
  • Student Work
    Untersuchung und effiziente Implementierung von Methoden und Architekturen für integrierte aktive Sehsysteme
    Chair of Electronic Devices and Integrated Circuits (Technische Universität Dresden), January 2002

Supervised Theses

Diploma and Master Theses

  • Dirk Blumenstein
    Untersuchung und effiziente Implementierung von Algorithmen zur Erzeugung von Pseudozufallszahlen
    January 2006

Student Projects and Bachelor Theses

  • Olaf Gröscho
    Untere Schranken für die maximale Coderate einer zuverlässigen Informationsübertragung bei endlicher Blocklänge mittels Feinsteins Lemma
    November 2016
  • Christian Schröder
    Kapazitätsberechnung für zeitdiskrete, gedächtnislose Kanäle mit endlichem Modulationsalphabet und Quantisierung am Empfänger
    March 2011
  • Bho Matthiesen
    Effiziente Erzeugung positiv-semidefiniter Matrizen mit konstanter Spur
    December 2010
  • Jens Fröbel
    Demonstrationsbeispiele zu kryptologischen Verfahren
    March 2007
  • Falk Bruder
    Vergleich der Kapazität von Ultra-Wideband Kanalmodellen
    January 2007
  • Dirk Blumenstein
    Untersuchung von Signalformen zur Ultra-Wideband-Übertragung
    January 2005

Talks and Workshops

  • Martin Mittelbach
    Coding Theorem and Memory Conditions for Abstract Channels with Time Structure
    Hauptseminar Signal- und Informationstheorie, Lehrstuhl Theoretische Informationstechnik, TU München, Germany, May 2015
  • Martin Mittelbach
    Channels with Infinite Output Memory
    Communications and Signal Processing Workshop, Galtür, Austria, Mar. 2013
  • Martin Mittelbach, Eduard A. Jorswieck
    Variations on a General Coding Theorem for Continuous-Time Channel Models
    UKoLoS Annual Colloquium, Kiel, Germany, Jul. 2012
  • Martin Mittelbach, Eduard A. Jorswieck
    On a Coding Theorem and its Applicability to Random LTV Channels
    UKoLoS Annual Colloquium, Karlsruhe, Germany, Mar. 2011
  • Martin Mittelbach, Eduard A. Jorswieck
    Aspects of Information Theory for Continuous-Time Systems
    Neuromimetic Nanocircuits Workshop, Dresden, Germany, Jan. 2011
  • Martin Mittelbach, Eduard A. Jorswieck
    UWB for Wireless Sensor Networks: Cross-Layer Optimization (UWB4WSN)
    UKoLoS Annual Colloquium, Günzburg, Germany, Mar. 2010
  • Martin Mittelbach
    Majorization for Vectors and Functions -- Some Applications
    IEEE Information Theory Winter School, Loen, Norway, Apr. 2009
  • Christian Müller, Martin Mittelbach
    Koexistenz zwischen UWB und Schmalband-Zellularsystemen
    UWB Ultra Wide Band - Technologien und mögliche Anwendungen, Workshop des ITG-Fachausschusses 7.2 Funksysteme, Kamp-Lintfort, Germany, Nov. 2004
  • Christian Müller, Martin Mittelbach
    Study of Coexistence Between UWB and Narrowband Cellular Systems
    UWB Cluster Meeting, Brussels, Belgium, Dec. 2003

Publications