Peter Jung

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Dr.rer.nat.,
http://www.commit.tu-berlin.de,
Technical University Berlin (TUB)
Sekr. HFT 6, 6.Etage
Einsteinufer 25
10587 Berlin
E-post: peter.jung [@] tu-berlin [DOT] de

About me

I received the Dipl.-Phys. in high energy physics in 2000 from Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, in cooperation with DESY Hamburg. Since 2001 I have been with the Department of Broadband Mobile Communication Networks, Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich-Hertz-Institut (HHI) and since 2004 with Fraunhofer German-Sino Lab for Mobile Communications.

In 2007 I received the Dr.-rer.nat (Ph.D.) degree (on “Weyl–Heisenberg representations in communication theory”) at the Technical University of Berlin (TUB), Germany. Currently I am working under own DFG grants JU 2795/1-3 at the Technical University in Berlin, Germany (TUB) in the field signal processing and information and communication theory.

Research

I am working in communication theory, signal processing and information theory. My research profile is the interface between applied math and telecommunication engineering. My research interests include :

  • Compressed sensing (CS), low–rank matrix recovery and dimension reduction in communications

  • Doubly-dispersive communication channels and their information-theoretic treatment

  • Generalized (non–orthogonal) multicarrier schemes, noncoherent and blind communication

  • Multiuser MIMO feedback methods

  • Time–frequency analysis, Gabor frame and filterbank theory

  • New air interfaces (3GLTE5G and beyond)

  • Sensor networks, ultrawideband (UWB) communication

Teaching

I give lectures in compressed sensing and estimation theory.

Sites

Recent preprints and Publications, News

Richard Kueng and Peter Jung (preprint) "Robust Nonnegative Sparse Recovery and the Nullspace Property of 0/1 Measurements" [pdf] [arxiv]

Peter Jung (preprint) "The Szego–Asymptotic for Doubly–Dispersive Gaussian Channels" [pdf]

Saeid Haghighatshoar, Peter Jung and Giuseppe Caire "Capacity and Degree-of-Freedom of OFDM Channels with Amplitude Constraint", accepted for ISIT2016

Full list of publications.
A brief cv