International Symposium on
Electronics and Telecommunications ETC 2014
Eleventh Edition

Timisoara, November 14-15, 2014
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Prof. Dr. Hermann Rohling, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)

Topic: Signal Processing for Automotive Radar Systems

Prof. Dr. Hermann Rohling is the Head of the Institute of Telecommunications at Hamburg University of Technology, where he has developed an international reputation for mobile communications and automotive radar systems. Prof. Rohling has started his career at the AEG Research Institute, Ulm, Germany, as a researcher working in the area of digital signal processing for radar and communication applications. Nowadays his research interests include signal theory, digital radar signal processing, detection, estimation, wideband mobile communications based on multicarrier transmission techniques (OFDM) for future broadband systems (4G), and differential GPS for high precision navigation. Prof. Rohling is the President of the German Institute of Navigation (DGON), a member of Informationstechnische Gesellschaft (ITG), and a Fellow of IEEE. Every year he is the organizer of an International Radar Symposium (IRS) and an International OFDM Workshop. Prof. Rohling was the Vice President of the Hamburg University of Technology, Germany for more than six years.

His research interests are in the areas of Broadband Mobile Communication Systems based on the OFDM transmission technique, Self-organised synchronisation in a cellular environment, Car-to-car communications, and automotive radar.

Dr. Christian von Albrichsfeld, CEO Continental Automotive Romania


  Continental AG

1998 1999 Subproject Manager in Advanced Development
2000 2001 Customer Project Manager for Electro Hydraulic Brake and Manager for System Strategy
2001 2003 Customer Project Manager for Daimler Chrysler Electro Hydraulic Brake
2002 2003 In addition: Project Manager for Electro Hydraulic Brake Facelift
2003 2005 Project Manager for Regenerative Brake Systems
2006 2008 Head of Regenerative Brake Systems
2008 2009 Head of Regenerative Brake Systems and Future Brake Systems

Continental Automotive Romania SRL
Since Feb. 2009 General Manager of Continental Automotive Romania SRL In addition: Head of R&D Romania
Pavol Bauer, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Topic: Integration of renewable energy sources and electric mobility (storage) in DC networks and future DC transmission grid

Pavol Bauer received his Masters in Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Kosice (85), Ph.D. from Delft University of Technology (95) and title prof. from the president of Czech Republic at the Brno University of Technology (2008). Since 1990 he is with Delft University of Technology, currently holding position of a head of DC systems and Storage group. From 2002 to 2003 he was working partially at KEMA (Arnhem) on different projects related to power electronics applications in power systems. P. Bauer published over 70 journal and 330 conference papers in his field (with H factor 23), he is an author or co-author of 6 books, he holds international patents and organized several tutorials at the international conferences. He has worked on many projects for industry concerning wind power, power electronic applications for power systems such as Smarttrafo etc. and participated in several Leonardo da Vinci EU projects as project partner (ELINA, INETELE, E-Pragmatic) and coordinator (, SustEner). He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, former chairman of Benelux IEEE Joint IAS/PELS/PES chapter, member of the Power Electronics and Motion Control (EPE-PEMC) council, Member of the Executive Committee of European Power Electronics Association (EPE) and also member of international steering committee at numerous conferences.
IEEE Romania Section
Romanian Academy of Technical Sciences
Politehnica University of Timisoara
Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications
AIET - Association of Electronics Engineers from Timisoara