Dr. Ulrich Hammes
Member of the Signal Processing Group at the Institute of Telecommunications, TU Darmstadt.
Office: S3 / 06 250
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Ulrich Hammes received his diploma in electrical engineering and information technology (Dipl.-Ing.) from the University of Karlsruhe in June 2005. During his studies, he spent time at E.S.I.E.E (Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Electronique et Electrotechnique) in Paris and at Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid, (ICAI). His diploma thesis was entitled Modelling a Transmission Channel based on the TCN-Standard using Manchester Code and Multicarrier Modulations. In December 2005 Ulrich commenced work on his PhD in the Signal Processing Group.
The topic of Ulrich's PhD research is robust tracking, estimation and detection for wireless positioning systems.
Completed Student Theses
- Michael Leigsnering, Non-linear Methods for Source Localization, 07/09
- Tai Fei, NLOS Detection for Improving Tracking of a Mobile Station, 06/09
- Rui Zhang, Wireless Positioning in NLOS Environments, 05/2009
- Yann Garcin, Mobile Station Localization Methods in NLOS Environments, 10/2008
- Tai Fei, Localization of a Mobile Station using Time-Difference-of-Arrival measurements, 07/2008
- Ange Tchinda, Tracking of a Mobile Station in NLOS Environments using Network infrastructure, 07/2008
- Dominique Würtz, Spectrum Estimation in Impulsive Noise, 07/2007
- Hicham Mamdouhi, Adaptive Robust Estimation with unknown Noise variance applied to CDMA, 06/2007