Maxim Penner, M. Sc.

Maxim Penner, M. Sc.
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Appelstraße 9a
30167 Hannover
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Maxim Penner, M. Sc.
Adresse
Appelstraße 9a
30167 Hannover
Gebäude
Raum
  • Persönliche Informationen

    Curriculum Vitae

    Maxim Penner received his Msc. degree in electrical engineering from the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover in 2015.

    Since 2016 he is working as a research assistant towards a doctoral degree (Dr.-Ing.) at the Institut für Kommunikationstechnik of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover.

    Research Interests

    • Multicarrier (OFDM, FBMC etc.)
    • MIMO
    • wireless system design on SDR
    • Machine Type Communication

    Teaching

    • Signale und Systeme
    • Laboratory "Übertragungstechnik"

    PGP-Fingerprint

    EA7B C6E1 4964 28A3 7D16 44F5 09B4 E450 69CB 52DF

    Amateur radio call sign

    DJ1MP

    Social Media

  • Publikationsliste

    Konferenzbeiträge

    • Maxim Penner, Sami Akin, Martin Fuhrwerk, Jürgen Peissig (2020): Bit Error Probability for Asynchronous Channel Access with Interference Cancellation and FBMC, WCNC 2020, Seoul, South Korea
    • Javier Conte Alcaraz, Sanam Moghaddamnia, Maxim Penner, Jürgen Peissig (2020): Monitoring the Rehabilitation Progress using a DCNN and kinematic Data for digital Healthcare28th IEEE European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), January 18-22, 2021, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Maxim Penner, Martin Fuhrwerk, Jürgen Peissig (2019): Bit Error Probability for Asynchronous Channel Access in Feedback-Less MTC with FBMC-OQAM, 2019 ISWCS, Oulu, Finnland
    • Maxim Penner, Martinf Fuhrwerk, Jürgen Peissig (2019): Bit Error Probability for Asynchronous Channel Access in Feedback-Less MTC with Scattered Pilot-Based FBMC-OQAM, 2019 Wimob, Barcelona, Spanien
    • M. Penner, M. Fuhrwerk and J. Peissig (2016): A Measurement Based Evaluation of Feedback-Less MTC Using FBMC-OQAMISWCS, 20-23 September 2016, Poznan, Poland
      DOI: 10.1109/ISWCS.2016.7600964

    Vorträge

    • Maxim Penner (2018): Adaptive FBMC Real-Time Testbed based on GNU Radio, SDRA 2018

    Diplom-/Masterarbeiten

    • Dirk Hagemann (2019): Channel Measurement in Vehicle Interiors with WLAN Signals (Betreuer: Maxim Penner)
    • Christian Führing (2019): Evaluierung einer subträgerabhängigen Modulation für FBMC (Betreuer: Maxim Penner)
    • Tracy Jepkoech Cherogony (2019): Standard-Compliant Approaches To Reduce Signal Cancellation Effects in DMR-Based Systems (Betreuer: Maxim Penner)
    • Jing Liang (2017): Koexistenz- und Leistungsbewertung von ISM-Kommunikationssystemen im industriellen Umfeld, MA, ÜT (Betreuer: Maxim Penner)
    • Maxim Penner (2015): Modell- und messbasierte Evaluierung von MTC ohne Feedback, MA, ÜT, (Betreuer: M. Fuhrwerk)
  • Forschungsprojekte