Tristan Visentin

Dr. Tristan Visentin ist derzeit als Innovations- und Projektmanager in der Abteilung Drahtlose Kommunikation und Netzwerke beschäftigt. Seine Kernaktivitäten umfassen die folgenden Themen: 5G-Mobilfunknetze und darüber hinaus Edge-Cloud-Computing, VNF/NFV, ML/AI, Optische Kommunikation, Industrie 4.0, TSN, Drohnen & Autonome Robotik, VR & AR und Autonomes Fahren & V2X-Kommunikation. Des weiteren ist er an den folgenden Themen interessiert und aktiv: Videoanalytik/Computer-Vision, Lidar- und Radartechnik, RF- und Antennentechnik. Herr Visentin ist auch eng mit der Berliner Deep-Tech-Start-up-Welt verbunden und hilft als Förderer des Fraunhofer Venture-Programms, die Zahl der Fraunhofer-Ausgründungen zu erhöhen.

Publikationen

Publikationen

Publikationen

·       K. Patel, K. Rambach, T. Visentin, D. Rusev, M. Pfeiffer, and B. Yang, “Deep Learning-based Object Classification on Automotive Radar Spectra,” in IEEE Radar Conference, Boston, USA, April 2019.

·       T. Visentin, J. Hasch, and T. Zwick, “Analysis of Multipath and DOA Detection Using a Fully Polarimetric Automotive Radar,” in International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies (IJMWT), Cambridge University Press, April 2018.

·       T. Visentin, R. Michev, J. Hasch, and T. Zwick, “Cross-Polarized Planar Reflector for Polarimetric Radar Calibration at 77 GHz,” in Proceedings of the 11th German Microwave Conference (GeMiC), Freiburg, Germany, March 2018.

·       T. Visentin, J. Hasch, and T. Zwick, “Classification of objects in polarimetric radar images using CNNs at 77 GHz,” in Proceedings of the IEEE Asia Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 2017.

·       T. Visentin, J. Hasch, and T. Zwick, “Analysis of Multipath and DOA Detection Using a Fully Polarimetric Automotive Radar,” in Proceedings of the 47th European Radar Conference (EURAD), Nuremberg, Germany, October 2017.

·       T. Visentin, J. Hasch, and T. Zwick, “Polarimetric RCS Measurements of Selected Two-Wheeled Vehicles for Automotive Radar,” in Proceedings of the 47th European Radar Conference (EURAD), Nuremberg, Germany, October 2017.

·       T. Visentin, J. Hasch, and T. Zwick, “Calibration of a Fully Polarimetric 8×8 MIMO FMCW Radar System at 77 GHz,” in Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), Paris, France, March 2017.

T. Visentin, W. Keusgen, and R. Weiler, “Dual-Polarized Square-Shaped Offset-Fed Reflectarray Antenna with High Gain and High Bandwidth in the 60 GHz Domain,” in Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), Lisbon, Portugal, April 2015.

Supervised student thesis

Supervised student thesis

Phd Thesis

Master Thesis

B.A. Philipp Dietze, "Comparison of the Innovation Management of Companies and Research Organizations with Special Focus on the Role of Internal Incubators", HNU, CROSS, 2019

M.Sc. Daniel Rusev, "Using Convolutional Neural Networks for Object

Recognition in Polarimetric Radar Images of Traffic Scenarios", KIT, IHE, 2017

M.Sc. Andrej Sagainov, "Machine Learning Algorithms for Classification

with Polarimetric Radar", KIT, IHE, 2017

M.Sc. Bilal Sultan, "Polarimetric radar signal processing for automotive applications", TU Ilmenau, INIT, 2016

B.Sc. Rossen Michev, "Design of a Quad-Beam Circularly Polarized Transmitarray at 77 GHz", KIT, IHE, 2016