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New EU-funded MSCA Doctoral Network `6thSense’ is accepted. Dr. Asadi will act as the scientific coordinator.

Soon we will kickstart 6thSense an EU MSCA Doctoral Network on Joint communication and Sensing...

Dec 20, 2023

Our latest paper “Safehaul” focusing on risk-averse learning for reliable mmWave self-backhauling in 6G has been accepted in IEEE INFOCOM’23.

The paper is accessible at (

Dec 31, 2022

Andreas Bäuml wins Datenlotsen master thesis award.

Andreas has received the Datenlotsen award for his master thesis focusing on enhancing the security...

Feb 26, 2022

For Students


Our courses cover the intersection of wireless networking and networking.


Looking for a thesis? We offer exciting topics, usually emphasizing practical as well as theoretical aspects. Don't find something that suits you? Fill out the application form and we'll try to find a tailor-made topic for you.


Looking for a position as a student assistant? You can support our courses as a teaching assistant. Leaning towards research? Apply for an open position or contact us directly if you would like to work on a specific topic.

For Researchers

Research Areas

We focus on challenges of emerging wireless systems both in sub-6Ghz and millimeter-wave bands such as vehicular communication, industry 4.0, joint communication and sensing and privacy aspects of RF-Sensing. We are particularly interested in the mathematical treatment of wireless communication problems, and experimental evaluation using software-defined radio (SDR) prototyping tools.


We regularly publish our results at top-ranked scientific outlets in the areas of wireless communication and networking.

Reproducible Research

Aiming at reproducibility, we publish our datasets and software tools on Github.

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