Highly Commended Paper Award
The Chair of Communication Technologie is pleased to announce that the paper
Doctorate Elias Peter
The team of the Communication Technology Institute congratulates Elias Peter on his doctoral examination
Doctorate Jörn Jochims
The team of the Communication Technology Institute congratulates Jörn Jochims on his doctoral examination
Doctorate Muhammad Babar Ali
The team of the Chair of Communication Technology congratulates Mohammed Babar Ali on passing his doctoral examination
Professor Kays retires
Professor Kays has been retired since July 31, 2023. Until a new professor is appointed, Apl. Professor Schulz will take over
Doctorate Jianshuang Xu
The team of the Communication Technology Institute congratulates Jianshuang Xu on his excellently completed doctoral examination and wishes him all...
Dissertation award for Johannes Klein
As part of the annual academic celebration at the TU Dortmund University, awards are presented for outstanding achievements and special commitment.
InviCode makes digital images and videos interactive! InviCode is a multi-patented technology developed at the Communication Technology Institute...
Technology excursion to Volterion
After the long Corona break, our technology excursion took place again. This time at Volterion GmbH in the Phoenix Technology Park....
Doctorate Johannes Klein
The team of the Communication Technology Institute congratulates Johannes Klein on his excellently completed doctoral examination and wishes him...
Hans-Uhde award for Patrick Böcker
Four top graduates of TU Dortmund University were honored with the Hans-Uhde Award for their outstanding theses in engineering in a special ceremon...
Doctorate Michael Knitter
The team of the Communication Technology Institute congratulates Michael Knitter on his very successfully completed doctoral examination and wishes...
Optical data transmission with 100 Mbit/s!
Within the DaViD project, researchers at the Communication Technology Institute have succeeded for the first time in transmitting data optically...
Within the broad field of communication technology, research and teaching at the Communication Technology Institute focuses on the challenge of realizing the vision of ubiquitous wireless networking.
Current research projects cover local networks in the industrial, automotive and residential environment for the high requirements on reliability, availability, latency and data rate while maintaining a high density of communicating devices. We contribute to the development of new communication standards and consider them as a valuable basis for the development of innovative solutions for future networks. These networks will enable new applications in the fields of Industry 4.0, Ambient Assisted Living, Smart Energy and Smart Home. In addition to the work on innovative concepts of wireless transmission (based on OFDM and PSSS – Parallel Sequence Spread Spectrum) optical free space transmission using displays and cameras as transmitters and receivers (DaViD – project) is an important topic.
These research topics are also reflected in the institute's offer of courses: Besides the basic lecture on communication technology ("Nachrichtentechnik") there are courses on digital communication technology ("Digitale Übertragungssysteme", with emphasis on channel coding), digital source coding ("Digitale Quellencodierung"), local networks, safe and secure communication technology (“Sichere Kommunikationstechnik”) and image communication technologies and systems ("Bildkommunikation"). Besides theoretical aspects skills like system simulation (in particular MATLAB, OMNeT++, C++ and VHDL) -design and -analysis are taught in practical exercises, seminars and project groups. Therefore, own measurements of e.g. wireless channels or image displaying/recording devices are performed using the institute’s broad equipment. Since the aim of working as an engineer should always be to turn innovative research into practical systems, we develop demonstrators and experimental setups with the intensive participation of our students.