Michael Jachan was a member of INTHFT until july 2006. He received both Phd and the Msc degrees in telecommunications / signal processing from Vienna University of Technology, Austria, in Jun. 2006 and Jun. 2001, resp.
From December 2001 until May 2002 he was with the ftw. Telecommunications Research Center Vienna, where he was working on an xDSL system simulator. His research interests include time-frequency signal processing and statistical signal processing. Together with the time-frequency group he applies signal processing for medical purposes (optical coherence tomography (OCT)) and to mobile radio communications (statistical modeling of the mobile radio channel).
- Statistical signal processing
- Time-frequency signal processing
- Applied signal processing
- Mobile radio channels
- Parametric Modeling of Nonstationary Random Processes and Time-Varying Systems
- Modeling of the Mobile Radio Channel
- Robust Techniques for Stable Statistical Signal Processing
- Signal Processing for Optical Coherence Tomography (together with the Medical University of Vienna we improve the resolution of OCT devices).