Nov. 7–8, 2019 – Berlin, Germany

Prof. Eckhard Grass

Humboldt University Berlin/IHP, Germany

Prof. Eckhard Grass received his Dr.-Ing. Degree in Electronics from the Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany, in 1993. He was a Visiting Research Fellow at Loughborough University, U.K., from 1993 to 1995, and a Senior Lecturer in Microelectronics at the University of Westminster, London, U.K., from 1995 to 1999. Since 1999, he has been with IHP, leading several projects on the implementation of wireless broadband communication systems. E. Grass is Team Leader of the Wireless Broadband Communications Group at IHP and Professor at the Department of Computer Science at Humboldt-University Berlin. E. Grass has published about 80 papers at international conferences and in international journals. He was actively involved in the definition of the international 60 GHz standards IEEE802.15.3c and IEEE802.11ad. Since 2014 he is actively involved in the definition and development of 5G, coordinating several European projects. His research topics include wireless communication systems as well as digital signal processing algorithms and architectures.


mmWave Technologies – Where Do They Make Sense

Due to the massive available bandwidth, mmWave Technologies do promise to solve many of the challenges associated with 5G-Networks. However, this technology has also significant drawbacks and application constraints. This presentation will highlight benefits as well as constraints of mmWave technologies and suggest useful applications.