MIMO and Multi User Detection in Wireless Communication Work Shop May 29 2002Held at
Technical University of Denmark
Informatics and Mathematical Modelling
Richard Petersens Plads
Building 321, room 053
We have two sessions, the first before lunch on MIMO the second after lunch on Multi User Detection. These two sessions will be held open for public, so we will sent out the program on the IEEE - Denmark and a local DTU mailing list. After these two sessions we have reserved time for a plenum discussion only attended by the speakers.
The program is as follows:
09.30 - 09.55: Kit Withers: "Channel Capacity For MIMO Systems with Multiple Frequencies and Delay Spread". 10.00 - 10.25: Professor Bernard Fleury: "Small-Scale Short-Term Characterization of Radio Channels for MIMO Applications". 10.25 - 10.35: Break 10.35 - 11.00: Pedro Højen-Sørensen: "On Blind Detection in Flat Fading MIMO Channels". 11.05 - 11.30: Kåre Jensen: "Spatial Channel Modeling". 11.35 - 12.00: Professor Lars Kai Hansen: "Why Bayes is optimal, but we still have to pay for lunch". 12.00 - 13.00: Break 13.00 - 13.25: Alexander Kocian: "Joint Channel Estimation and Data Detection in DS/CDMA Using the SAGE Algorithm". 13.30 - 13.55: Ole Winther: "CDMA demodulation: What we can learn from statistical physics - large scale analysis and algorithms". 14.00 - 14.25: Thomas Fabricius: "Multi User Detection in CDMA".