Martin K. Müller

Projektass. B.Eng. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Address: Gusshausstraße 25 / E389
1040 Wien

Biography

Martin studied Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering at the DHBW Ravensburg, Friedrichshafen in cooperation with Rohde & Schwarz from 2006 and received his Bachelors degree in 2009. He received his Dipl.-Ing. degree in telecommunications engineering in 2013 and his Dr. techn. degree in 2018 in telecommunications engineering, both at TU Wien and both with highest distinctions.

Since 2011 he is employed at the Institute of Telecommunications of TU Wien at the Mobile Communications Group of Prof. Markus Rupp. He was part of the development team of the Vienna LTE-A Downlink System Level Simulator. In 2017 he was a research scholar at the University of A Coruña, Spain, and worked there on the integration of channel measurements in system level simulations. He is employed as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Telecommunications and is the head of the developement of the 5G Vienna System Level Simulator. Since 2016, he is associated with the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Dependable Wireless Connectivity for the Society in Motion. His research interests are focused on wireless cellular networks and reach from traffic modeling over system level simulations to network modeling and performance investigations based on techniques from stochastic geometry.

Research Topics

  • LTE and 5G system level simulations
  • Supplying mobile access in train- and highway-environments
  • Wireless communications in indoor-scenarios
  • Performance investigations of cellular networks

Teaching

  • 389.012 – Computer oriented projects
  • 389.139 – Bachelor Thesis and Seminar

Previous teaching:

  • 389.078 – Modulation and Detection Techniques (Tutor)
  • 389.166 – Signal Processing 1 (Assistant)
  • 389.194 – Stochastic Geometry Reading Group

Publications

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Organized Special Session:

Special Session on System Level Optimization and Evaluation of 5G and Beyond Mobile Communications, 26th European Signal Processing Conference EUSIPCO 2018, Rome