New Munich Aerospace Research Group at the Chair of Signal Processing

31 Januar 2021

A new Munich Aerospace research group has been accredited to the Chair of Signal Processing. In cooperation with the DLR Institute of Communications and Navigation (DLR-IKN), this group, entitled „Machine Learning for Network Management and Resource Allocation in Future Satellite Systems“, will focus its research activities on the design of innovative approaches for the operation of complex self-organizing networks. Multi-layered satellite systems will indeed play a major role to guarantee a global connectivity in 5G & Beyond. With flexible digital payloads in different orbits (e.g. LEO, GEO), a high-level of interoperability and reconfigurability will be offered to adapt to varying traffic demands. In this context, machine learning techniques are expected to foster technological breakthroughs.

With this research group, whose scientific and technical management will be taken over by Dr. Thomas Delamotte, Munich Aerospace strengthen the regional expertise on the potential of machine learning solutions in the key area of Aerospace Communications and Navigation. The activities will also allow to address key aspects of the digital transformation of society. To support these efforts, Munich Aerospace will award a PhD scholarship to a talented student who will conduct his research at the Chair of Signal Processing.

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