Slawomir Stanczak

Slawomir Stanczak studied electrical engineering with specialization in control theory at the Wroclaw University of Technology and at the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin).
He received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in 1998 and the Dr.-Ing. degree (summa cum laude) in electrical engineering in 2003, both from TU Berlin; the Habilitation degree (venialegendi) followed in 2006. Since 2015, he has been a Full Professor for network information theory with TU Berlin and the head of the Wireless Communications and Networks department.

Prof. Stanczak has been involved in research and development activities in wireless communications since 1997. In 2004 and 2007, he was a Visiting Professor with RWTH Aachen University and in 2008, he was a Visiting Scientist with Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA. He is a co-author of two books and more than 200 peer-reviewed journal articles and conference papers in the area of information theory, wireless communications, signal processing and machine learning.
Prof. Stanczak received research fellowships from the German Research Foundation and the Best Paper Award from the German Communication Engineering Society in 2014. He was a Co-chair of the 14th International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC 2013). Between 2009 and 2011, he was an Associate Editor of the European Transactions for Telecommunications (information theory) and an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing between 2012 and 2015.

Since February 2018 Prof. Stanczak has been the chairman of the ITU-T focus group on machine learning for future networks including 5G. 






  • Lecture this Winterterm at TU Berlin: Fundamentals of Digital Wireless Communications, 02.11.2020-22.02.2021, Monday 2 pm – 4 pm, online, Lecture for Master Students.



    • TPC Member, IEEE WSA 2021
    • TPC Vice-Chair, IEEE PIMRC 2021
    • TPC member for ICC 2021 - SAC-05 MLC Track
    • 2020: Editor for the area Signal Processing, IEEE JSAC Machine Learning Series
    • TPC member for IEEE Globecom 2020
    • 2020-2021: TPC member for IEEE ICC 2021 - WC Symposium
    • TPC member for IEEE ICC 2020 Workshop on Machine Learning in Communications (ML4COM)
    • Since 2018: Chairman of the ITU-T focus group on machine learning for future networks including 5G
    • 2012-2015: Associate Editor for IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing
    • 2009-2011: Associate Editor of the European Transactions for Telecommunications IEEE senior member
    • General Co-TPC Chair of the 2017 Workshop on Smart Antennas
    • General Co-Chair of the 14th IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances for Wireless Communications (SPAWC) 2013
    • General Chair of the 2010 Workshop on Resource Allocation, Cooperation and Competition in Wireless Networks (RAWNET)
    • General Co-Chair of the 2009 Workshop on Smart Antennas (WSA)
    • Visiting researcher at Stanford University (2008)
    • Visiting professor at the RWTH Aachen (2004 and 2007)

    Supervised student thesis

    Supervised student thesis

    Phd Thesis

    Limmer, Steffen (2018): Distributed and sparse signal processing: Architectures, algorithms and nonlinear estimators (Technical University of Berlin)

    Ide, Kai-Ole (2018): Hybrid 3D Reconstruction for Geometry-Based Free Viewpoint Video (Technical University of Berlin)

    Mohammadi, Jafar (2017): Security by similarity: information-theoretic secrecy and decentralized detection algorithms for wireless networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Peter, Michael (2017): Measurement, characterization and modeling of millimeter-wave channels (Technical University of Berlin)

    Pollakis, Emmanuel (2017): Towards energy aware wireless network operation - Analysis and algorithms for load aware network topology control (Technical University of Berlin)

    Ren, Zhe (2017): Energy savings in 5G automotive nomadic relaying networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Weiler, Richard J. (2017): Channel investigation of outdoor millimeter-wave access links (Technical University of Berlin)

    Liao, Qi (2016): Statistical learning, anomaly detection, and optimization in self-organizing networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Kaliszan, Michael (2015): Performance limits and distributed optimization in wireless interference and multicast networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Kasparick, Martin (2015): Towards Self-Organizing Wireless Networks: Adaptive Learning, Resource Allocation and Network Control (Technical University of Berlin)

    Maghsudi, Setareh (2015): Distributed resource allocation in wireless networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Goldenbaum, Mario (2014): Computation of Real-Valued Functions Over the Channel in Wireless Sensor Networks (Technical University Munich) 

    Master Thesis

    Groß, Tobias (2018): Wireless Indoor Localization of IoT-Devices with Side-Information (Technical University of Berlin)

    Du, Song (2018): Realizing flexible Wireless Network Function Placement using P4 (Technical University of Berlin)

    Hamdan, Abdulsalam (2018): Asymmetrical Full-Duplex Scheme in Broadband HFC Networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Piechotta, Tom (2018): GSM Remote Control (Technical University of Berlin)

    Gehrmann, Andreas (2016): Positioning in Urban Aeras (Technical University of Berlin)

    Fähse, Stephan (2015): User Grouping and Beam-forming Using a Large Scale Antenna Array (Technical University of Berlin)

    Jiang, Lihuan (2015): Coordinating ultra-dense Wireless access Networks trough sparse joint transmission (Technical University of Berlin)

    Mou, Dan (2015): Detection of Jamming based on Network Simulations with NS-3 (Technical University of Berlin)

    Barth, Benjamin (2014): Interference-aware scheduling in a Multi-Beam Satellite System (Technial University of Berlin)

    Ebenye Mouangue, Gaelle Sonnia (2014): Grenzen der Anwendbarkeit von Ergebnissen optimaler Chirpsounder für aktives Single-Site-Locating (Technical University of Berlin)

    Gruhl, Tina (2014): Entwicklung von SON-Strategien für ein Call-Trace basiertes, lokalisationsunabhängiges Mobility Load-Balancing (Technical University of Berlin)

    Knust, Paul-Philipp (2014): Coordinated Interference Alignment in Multi-Cell OFDM Systems (Technical University of Berlin)

    Awan, Daniyal Amir (2013): Cross layer mechanism for self-organizing networks and cooperative resource allocation (Technical University of Berlin)

    Torregrosa Fuentes, Pedro (2012): Max-Min SIR Balancing Power Control in Wireless Interference Networks With Energy Harvesting Nodes (Technical University of Berlin)

    Stoyavljevic, Petra (2011): Energy-Aware Communication Strategies for Relay-Enhanced Cellular Networks: LTE-A Case Study (Technical University of Berlin) 

    Bachelor Thesis

    Hainke, Nick (2018): Realizing a Decentralized WiFi Controller for Home Networks (Technical University of Berlin)

    Paetzelt, Alexander (2018): Easily Expandable Wireless Intrusion Detection System. A Microservice Approach (Technical University of Berlin)

    Huhndorf, Felix (2017): Using Clock Synchronized Software-Defined Radio Systems with a Large Scale Antenna System for User Equipment Localization (Technical University of Berlin)

    Jianei, Zhoung (2016): Software Implementation and nomerical Evaluation (Technical University of Berlin)

    Zhang, Jiawei (2016): Software Implemantation and Numerical Evaluation of Binary and Non-Binary Short Codes (Technical University of Berlin)

    Maryopi, Dick (2013): The Design of LTE Physical Random Access Channel revisited with Explicit Short Message Support (Technical University of Berlin)

    Kübler, Inna (2012): Energy Efficient Radio Resource Management of Indoor Deployed Small Cells Based on Wideband Precoding Optimization (Technical University of Berlin)

    Undi, Fabian: Untersuchung des Einflusses von Oszillator–Phasenrauschen auf die Übertragungseigenschaften von Mehrantennensystemen mit Raum–Zeit–Kodierung (Technical University of Berlin)



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    • IEEE Senior Member



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