Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Weigel



Organisationseinheit


Lehrstuhl für Technische Elektronik


Preise / Auszeichnungen

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2019 : Radio Wireless Week Student Paper Competition, 1st Place
2019 : RWW Student Paper Competition, 2nd place
2018 : Best Paper Award - "An acoustic emmission sensor system for thin layer crack detection"
2018 : EuMA Distinguished Service Award 2018
2018 : IEEE Rudolf Henning Distinguished Mentoring Award


Erfindung/en


Codemoduliertes Uebertragungsverfahren und nach diesem Uebertragungsverfahren arbeitendes Uebertragungssystem



Projektleitung


(High Frequency Flexible Bendable Electronics for Wireless Communication Systems):
FFlexCom: Dünnschicht-Transistoren mit einer neuartigen Architektur für Hochfrequenzschaltungen und Systeme
Prof. Dr. Lothar Frey; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Weigel
(01.06.2016 - 30.05.2019)


Mitarbeit in Forschungsprojekten


EFI-MCS: Molekulare Kommunikationssysteme
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Schober
(01.01.2017 - 31.12.2019)

GRK 1773: Heterogene Bildsysteme
Prof. Dr. Marc Stamminger
(01.10.2012 - 31.03.2017)


Weitere Forschungsaktivitäten


Sonstige FAU-externe Aktivitäten
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Weigel
Aufsichtsrat der IHP GmbH – Leibniz-Institut für Innovative Mikroelektronik, Frankfurt (Oder)
(01.10.2018 - 30.09.2022)


Publikationen (Download BibTeX)

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Reißland, T., Lurz, F., Weigel, R., & Kölpin, A. (2019). Compressed sensing based near-field radar target imaging and localization employing normalized iterative hard thresholding. In Proceedings of the IEEE Topical Conference on Wireless Sensors and Sensor Networks (WiSNet). Orlando, FL, US.
Schrotz, A.-M., Maiwald, T., Kolb, K., Potschka, J., Dietz, M., Hagelauer, A., & Weigel, R. (2019). Design Methodology for Automatically Designed, Integrated Marchand Baluns with Low Insertion Loss at Lowest Phase Imbalance. (Unpublished, Accepted).
Potschka, J., Söll, C., Kirchner, J., Mardin, C., Stadelmayer, M., Maiwald, T.,... Weigel, R. (2019). Design of an Integrated Subretinal Implant Using Cellular Neural Networks for Binary Image Generation in a 130 nm BiCMOS Process. In Proceedings of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC). Berlin.
Scheiner, B., Lurz, F., Michler, F., Lau, I., Lichtblau, J., Weigel, R., & Kölpin, A. (2019). Design of a Rotary Coupler for Data Transmission on Fast Rotating Mechanical Shafts and Roboter Arms. In Proceedings of the IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS) (pp. 1-3). Orlando, FL, US.
Hassan, E., Berggren, M., Scheiner, B., Michler, F., Weigel, R., & Lurz, F. (2019). Design of Planar Microstrip-to-Waveguide Transitions using Topology Optimization. In Proceedings of the IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS) (pp. 1-3). Orlando, FL, US.
Frank, M., Lurz, F., Weigel, R., & Kölpin, A. (2019). Electronically Reconfigurable 6 × 6 Element Transmitarray at K Band based on Unit-Cells with Continuous Phase Range. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 18(4), 796-800. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/LAWP.2019.2903338
Stephan, M., Wang, K., Reißland, T., Weigel, R., Wu, K., & Lurz, F. (2019). Evaluation of Antenna Calibration and DOA Estimation Algorithms for FMCW Radars. (Unpublished, Accepted).
Reißland, T., Lenhart, B., Lichtblau, J., Sporer, M., Weigel, R., & Kölpin, A. (2019). Evaluation of a Robust Correlation based True-Speed-over-Ground Measurement System employing a FMCW Radar. International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, 11, 686-693. https://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1759078719000928
Reißland, T., Lenhart, B., Lichtblau, J., Sporer, M., Kölpin, A., & Weigel, R. (2019). Evaluation of ISAR-based autofocus methods for estimation of true-speed-over-ground using a 24 GHz FMCW-Radar. In Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference. Kyoto, JP.
Rimmelspacher, J., Werthof, A., Weigel, R., Geiselbrechtinger, A., & Issakov, V. (2019). Experimental Considerations on Accurate fT and fmax Extraction for MOS Transistors Measured up to 110 GHz. In Proceedings of the Automated RF Techniques Group (ARFTG) Microwave Measurement Symposium. Orlando, FL, US.

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