Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eduard A. Jorswieck

Head of Chair

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Phone |   +49 351 463 42020
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A. Zappone and E. A. Jorswieck
Energy Efficiency in Wireless Networks via Fractional Programming Theory
vol. 11, Foundations and Trends® in Communications and Information Theory, 2015

Book Contributions:

P.-H. Lin and E. Jorswieck
Stochastic Orders, Alignments, and Ergodic Secrecy
in Information Theoretic Security and Privacy of Information Systems
Cambridge University Press, will appear 2016.


Eduard A. Jorswieck was born in 1975 in Berlin, Germany. He received his Diplom-Ingenieur (M.S.) degree and Doktor-Ingenieur (Ph.D.) degree, both in electrical engineering and computer science from the Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, in 2000 and 2004, respectively. He was with the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich-Hertz-Institut (HHI) Berlin, in the Broadband Mobile Communication Networks Department from December 2000 to February 2008. From April 2005 until February 2008, he was a lecturer at the Technische Universität Berlin. From February 2006 until February 2008, he worked for the Department of Signals, Sensors and Systems at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) as a post-doc and Assistant Professor. Since February 2008, he has been the head of the Chair of Communications Theory and Full Professor at Dresden University of Technology (TUD), Germany. Eduard's main research interests are in the area of signal processing for communications and networks, applied information theory, and communications theory. He has published more than 80 journal papers and some 220 conference papers on these topics. Dr. Jorswieck is senior member of IEEE. He was member of the IEEE SPCOM Technical Committee (2008-2013) and is member of the IEEE SAM TC (since 2015). Since 2011, he acts as Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. Since 2008, continuing until 2011, he has served as an Associate Editor for IEEE Signal Processing Letters. Since 2012, continuing until 2013, he was Senior Associate Editor for IEEE Signal Processing Letter. Since 2013, he serves as Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. In 2006, he received the IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award.



Supervised Theses

PhD Theses

  • Anne Wolf
    Robust Optimization of Private Communication in Multi-Antenna Systems
    April 2015
  • Sabrina Engelmann
    Beamforming and Protection Strategies in Gaussian MISO Wiretap Systems with Partial Channel State Information
    February 2015
  • Pan Cao
    Resource Allocation for MIMO Interference Networks
    November 2014
  • Jing Lv
    Resource Allocation in Underlay and Overlay Spectrum Sharing
    October 2014
  • Fei Shen
    Resource Allocation for Multiple Access and Broadcast Channels under Quality of Service Requirements Based on Strategy Proof Pricing
    August 2014
  • Martin Mittelbach
    Coding Theorem and Memory Conditions for Abstract Channels with Time Structure
    July 2014
  • Rami Mochaourab
    Game Theory and Microeconomic Theory for Beamforming Design in MISO Interference Channels
    March 2012

Diploma and Master Theses

  • Jürgen Schiller
    Study of the tradeoff between cooperative performance and cooperative overhead
    March 2011
  • Emmanuel Pollakis
    Rateless Coding for Efficient Information Distribution in Downlink Multiple Antenna Systems
    November 2010
  • Andreas Krinke
    Automatisierter Entwurf von Netzwerkcodes
    December 2009

Keynotes, Talks, and Tutorials

  • IEEE ICASSP 2016, Tutorial "Energy-Efficient Resource Allocation for 5G Wireless Networks via Fractional Programming Theory"
  • ITU BNetzA, Mainz, 13.1.2015, invited talk, "5G weit mehr als nur Funk", Workshop Hochschulen und wissenschaftliche Einrichtungen als Mitgestalter internationaler Telekommunikationsstandards
  • IEEE Globecom Workshop on Emerging Technologies for 5G Wireless Cellular Networks, Keynote, 10.12.2015, "Optimal Resource Allocation in Distributed Heterogeneous 5G Wireless Networks"
  • IEEE Globecom Workshop on Trusted Communications with Physical Layer Security, Keynote, 6.12.2015, "Physical Layer Secured Cognitive Radio Networks"
  • IEEE GreenCom, 12.11.2015, invited online talk, "Multi-objective optimization in heterogeneous interference networks: energy-efficiency and security"
  • IEEE CNS Workshop Keynote, 30.09.2015, "Wireless Cognitive Interference and Multi-Way Relay Channels with private Messages"
  • IEEE ISWCS Keynote, 27.08.2015, "Multi-Objective Optimization in Heterogeneous Interference Networks: Energy Efficiency, Security and Latency"
  • IEEE ICC Tutorial, 12.06.2015, The Path Towards 5G Essential Technologies, Protocols and Tools for Enabling 5G Mobile Communications: Energy-Efficient Distributed Cellular Systems
  • European Wireless Tutorial, 20.05.2015, The Path Towards 5G Essential Technologies, Protocols and Tools for Enabling 5G Mobile Communications: Energy-Efficient Distributed Cellular Systems
  • IEEE VTC Spring, Tutorial, 11.05.2015, The Path Towards 5G Essential Technologies, Protocols and Tools for Enabling 5G Mobile Communications: Energy-Efficient Distributed Cellular Systems
  • ITG Applied Information Theory, Tutorial, 28.04.15, Physical Layer Security: Approaches, Challenges, and Solutions
  • IEEE Globecom Workshop Trusted Communications with Physical Layer Security, Keynote, 12.12.14, Next Generation's Security - Physical Layer Approaches Challenges and Solutions
  • Mathematical Foundations of Future Wireless Networks- Newcom# Winter School, 21.11.2014, Tutorial: Energy-Efficiency in 5G Wireless Networks via Fractional Programming Theory
  • Workshop on Communication Security, Ancona, Italy, 11.09.2014, Keynote: Secure Communications in Wiretap Channels with Partial and Statistical CSI at the Transmitter
  • IEEE ISWCS, Barcelona, 28.08.2014, Tutorial: Energy Efficiency in 5G Heterogeneous and Small-Cell Wireless Networks
  • IEEE ICC, Sydney, 14.06.2014, Tutorial: Optimal Resource Management for Future Cellular and Heterogeneous Networks
  • IEEE PIMRC, London, 08.09.2013, Tutorial: Optimal Resource Allocation in Coordinated Multi-Cell Systems
  • EUNICE Summer School, Chemnitz, 27.08.2013, Tutorial: Game Theory in Communications and Signal Processing
  • Ruhr Universität Bochum, Digitale Nachrichtentechnik Seminar, 27.06.2013: Efficient Algorithms for Single-Stream MIMO Interference Channels
  • Workshop Information Transmission, BioTec, Dresden, 17.06.2013: Opening Talk: Information Theory - From Mutual Information to Network Information Flow
  • COST-IC1004/FP7-DIWINE Training School, Tools for cooperative communications, Prague, 21.05.2013: Tutorial Distributed Interference Processing in Single- and Multi-hop Interference Channels”
  • Fraunhofer Institut für Nachrichtentechnik, Berlin, SAPHYRE, EAB Meeting, Opening Talk, 20.11.2012: SAPHYRE Overview
  • Fokusseminar des Helmholtz Forschungskollegs für Sicherheitstechnologien, 02.11.2012: When does Public Backward Discussion Improve Physical Layer Security?
  • IEEE CAMAD Keynote, Barcelona, 17.09.2012: When Energy Efficiency in Communication Counts – 3 Scenarios and Tools
  • KTH-Seminar, Stockholm, 12.09.2012: Physical Layer Secrecy in Fading MISO Wiretap and 2-Hop Channels
  • A.v.Humboldt Indo-German Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, Session Organizer, 16.06.2012: Future of Communications
  • SnT Uni Luxemburg Seminar, Luxemburg, 21.05.2012: Physical Layer Secrecy in Fading MISO Wiretap and 2-Hop Channels
  • FlexSUS Workshop, Brüssel, 13.02.2012: Technical Solutions enabling Spectrum Sharing between Operators
  • CogEU Workshop, München, 10.11.2011: Sharing Physical Resources: from PHY to Spectrum Policy
  • Swe-CTW Tutorial, Stockholm, 19. 10.2011: Cognitive Radio and Physical Layer Security
  • NGMN Frankfurt, SAPHYRE EAB Meeting, Opening Talk, 27.09.2011: Resource Sharing Improves the Network Efficiency for Network Operators
  • EUNICE Workshop, Keynote 05.09.2011: Physical Layer Network Coding for Improved Energy Efficiency
  • IEEE CTW invited seminar, 21.06.2011: Multiple antenna interference channels: Strategic bargaining and coalitions
  • IEEE ICASSP Tutorial, Prague, 23.05.2011: Game-Theory in Signal Processing and Communications
  • CTU Lectures, Prague, 11-13.04.2011: Game-Theory: Fundamentals and Applications in Signal Processing and Communications
  • NTNU-Seminar, Trondheim, 24.01.2011: Multiple antenna interference channel: signal processing and resource allocation based on game theory
  • ESIEE/Marne-La-Valle Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'Institut Gaspard Monge, 13.09.-09.10.2010 Seminar Series, Paris: Majorization Theory and Matrix Monotone Functions
  • GSMA Europe, Brüssel, SAPHYRE EAB Meeting, Opening Talk, 30.09.2010: SAPHYRE Overview
  • HKUST-Seminar, 24.08.2010, Hong Kong: Friendly Jamming in Multi-Antenna Wiretap Channels
  • Joint Workshop TU Ilmenau, 22.06.2010: Wireless Interference Networks: Game Theoretic Approaches
  • BTH-Seminar, 03.06.2010: Beamforming in Multi-Antenna Interference Networks with Perfect Local Channel Information
  • KTH-Seminar, 02.06.2010: Friendly Jamming in Multi-Antenna Wiretap Channels
  • KTH-Seminar, 01.06.2010: Beamforming in Multi-Antenna Interference Networks with Perfect Local Channel Information
  • Workshop on Interference in Networks, Ulm University, 26.03.2010: Beamforming in Interference Networks
  • Joint Workshop MSV-TUM, TNT-TUD, 15.12.2009: Monotonic Optimization Framework for MISO Interference Channels
  • Seminar at TU Ilmenau, Nachrichtentechnik, 19.06.2009: Resource Allocation in Protected and Shared Bands – Joint Non-Cooperative and Cooperative Approach
  • EU ICT Event, Lyon, 25.11.2008, Session: Cognitive Reconfigurable Radio Systems and Networks: Spectrum Sharing between Operators
  • ITG Fachgruppensitzung Angewandte Informationstheorie, Seminar, Siegen, 18.04.2008: Resource Allocation for the Wire-Tap Multi-Carrier Broadcast Channel
  • IEEE ICASSP Tutorial, Las Vegas, 30.03.2008: Majorization and Matrix Monotone Functions in Signal Processing for Wireless Communications