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Fakultät Mobilität und Technik

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Schmidt

Anschrift :

Campus Göppingen
Robert-Bosch-Straße 1
73037 Göppingen

Funktionen

Mitglied des DV-Ausschusses

Fachgebiete

Vorlesungen:

  • Kommunikationssysteme
  • Digitaltechnik
  • Industrielle Kommunikationstechnik
  • Datensicherheit

Arbeitsgebiete und wissenschaftliche Interessen:

  • Kommunikation und digitale Signalverarbeitung
  • Digitale Schaltungstechnik
  • Codierungstheorie und Kryptographie
  • Mikroprozessoren und Embedded-Systeme

Sprechstunden

Donnerstags 15:15 Uhr bis 16:45 Uhr oder jederzeit nach Vereinbarung (bitte immer vorher per e-mail melden).

Beruflicher werdegang

  • Seit dem Sommersemester 2011: Professor an der Hochschule Esslingen
  • 2007-2011: Senior Systems Engineer bei der Ubidyne GmbH in Ulm
  • 2000-2007: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Institut Telekommunikationstechnik und Angewandte Informationstheorie an der Universität Ulm. Promotion auf dem Gebiet der Algebraischen Decodierung von Reed-Solomon-Codes über die halbe Mindestdistanz
  • 1994-2000: Studium der Elektrotechnik an der Universität Ulm mit Schwerpunkt Systemtechnik: Nachrichtentechnik, Systemtheorie, Systeme/VLSI, Netzwerktechnik

Veröffentlichungen

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen in Zeitschriften, auf Konferenzen etc.

[1] W. Schnug, H. Grießer, G. Schmidt, and M. Bossert. Algebraic soft decoding of mul-
tilevel codes with inner convolutional code. In Proc. IEEE Int. Symposium on Inform.
Theory, page 296, Washington, DC, USA, June 2001.
[2] G. Schmidt, V. Zyablov, and M. Bossert. On expander codes based on hypergraphs. In
Proc. IEEE Int. Symposium on Inform. Theory, page 88, Yokohama, Japan, 2003.
[3] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, V. V. Zyablov, and M. Bossert. Finding a list of best
paths in a trellis. In Proc. IEEE Int. Symposium on Inform. Theory, page 557, Chicago,
IL, USA, 2004.
[4] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Error and erasure correction of interleaved
Reed–Solomon codes. In Proc. Int. Workshop on Coding and Cryptography, pages 20–29,
Bergen, Norway, March 2005.
[5] G. Richter, G. Schmidt, M. Bossert, and E. Costa. Optimization of a reduced-complexity
decoding algorithm for LDPC codes by density evolution. In Proc. Int. Conference on
Communications, Seoul, Korea, May 2005.
[6] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Interleaved Reed–Solomon codes in
concatenated code designs. In Proc. IEEE ITSOC Inform. Theory Workshop, pages
187–191, Rotorua, New Zealand, August 2005.
[7] V. R. Sidorenko, G. Schmidt, E. Gabidulin, M. Bossert, and V. Afanassiev. On polyal-
phabetic block codes. In Proc. IEEE ITSOC Inform. Theory Workshop, pages 207–210,
Rotorua, New Zealand, August 2005.
[8] G. Schmidt, C. Huppert, and M. Bossert. Multitrial decoding of concatenated Reed-
Solomon codes. In Proc. IEEE Int. Symposium on Inform. Theory, pages 2241–2245,
Adelaide, Australia, September 2005.
[9] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Error and erasure correction of interleaved
Reed–Solomon codes. In Coding and Cryptography, volume 3969 of Lecture Notes in
Computer Science, pages 22–35. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2006.
[10] G. Schmidt and V. R. Sidorenko. Linear shift-register synthesis for multiple sequences
of varying length. Preprint, available online at ArXiv, arXiv:cs.IT/0605044, 2006.
[11] G. Schmidt and V. R. Sidorenko. Multi-sequence linear shift-register synthesis: The
varying length case. In Proc. IEEE Int. Symposium on Inform. Theory, pages 1738–
1742, Seattle, WA, USA, July 2006.
[12] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Decoding Reed–Solomon codes beyond
half the minimum distance using shift-register synthesis. In Proc. IEEE Int. Symposium
on Inform. Theory, pages 459–463, Seattle, WA, USA, July 2006.
[13] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Heterogeneous interleaved Reed–Solomon
code designs. In Proc. 10th Int. Workshop on Algebraic and Combinatorial Coding
Theory (ACCT-10), pages 230–233, Zvenigorod, Russia, September 2006.
[14] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Syndrome decoding of Reed–Solomon
codes beyond half the minimum distance based on shift–register synthesis. Preprint,
available online at ArXiv, arXiv:cs.IT/0702130, 2007.
[15] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Enhancing the correcting radius of
interleaved Reed–Solomon decoding using syndrome extension techniques. In Proc.
IEEE Int. Symposium on Inform. Theory, pages 1341–1345, Nice, France, June 2007.
[16] G. Schmidt. Algebraic Decoding Beyond Half the Minimum Distance Based on Shift–
Register Synthesis. Fortschritt–Berichte VDI. VDI Verlag, Düsseldorf, 2007. ISBN
978-3-18-378110-2.
[17] S. Schober and G. Schmidt. Connections between random boolean networks and their
annealed model. In Proc. Conference on Complex Systems 07, Dresden, Germany, Oc-
tober 2007.
[18] G. Schmidt, C. Senger, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Concatenated code designs
with outer Reed–Solomon codes and inner tailbiting convolutional codes. In Proc. 7th
Int. Conference on Source and Channel Coding (SCC’08), Ulm, Germany, January 2008.
[19] V. R. Sidorenko, G. Schmidt, and M. Bossert. Decoding punctured Reed–Solomon codes
up to the Singleton Bound. In Proc. 7th Int. Conference on Source and Channel Coding
(SCC’08), Ulm, Germany, January 2008.
[20] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Collaborative decoding of interleaved
Reed–Solomon codes and concatenated code designs. IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory,
55(7):2991–3012, July 2009.
[21] G. Schmidt, V. R. Sidorenko, and M. Bossert. Syndrome decoding of Reed-–Solomon
codes beyond half the minimum distance based on shift-register synthesis. IEEE Trans.
Inform. Theory, 56(10):5245–5252, October 2010.
[22] V. R. Sidorenko and G. Schmidt. A linear algebraic approach to multisequence shift-
register synthesis. Problems of Information Transmission, 47(2):149–165, June 2011.
[23] M. Neuburger, G. Schmidt, and N. Neuberger. Auxilliary power supply – based on pho-
tovoltaic energy. In XIXth international Conference for Problems of automatic electric
drive, pages 227–231, Mykolaivka, Crimea, Ukraine, September 2012.
[24] G. Schmidt and M. Neuburger. On delta–sigma–modulation techniques for permanent–
magnet synchronous motors. In Proc. Int. Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT),
pages 618–623, Cape Town, South Africa, February 2013.
[25] C. Cheshire, U. Ammann, F. Gliese, S. Piriienko, G. Schmidt, and H. Bursy. Wireless
rotor temperature measurement system based on bluetooth low energy and electric
field power harvesting. In 2021 23rd European Conference on Power Electronics and
Applications (EPE’21 ECCE Europe), pages 1–10, Ghent, Belgium, September 2021.
 

Patentanmeldungen:

[26] G. Schmidt and M. Weckerle. Antenna array and method for synthesizing antenna pat-
terns. International Patent Application WO 2012/101282 A1, Filing Date: September
21th, 2012. also published as US 2012196545 (A1).
[27] P. Kennington and G. Schmidt. A calibration apparatus and a method for generating
for at least one calibration signal for an antenna array. Patent GB 2465752 (B), Date
of Patent: November 14th, 2012. also published as WO 2010/060953 A1.
[28] G. Schmidt, M. Hilsenbeck, and M. Riegler. System, apparatus and method for cali-
brating a delay along a signal path. Patent US 8374826 B2, Date of Patent: February
12th, 2013.
[29] J. Schlee, M. Weckerle, G. Schmidt, and M. Riegler. Antenna array and a method for
calibration thereof. Patent US 8009095 (B2), Date of Patent: August 30th, 2013. also
published as WO 2011151224 (A1).
[30] G. Schmidt and J. Schlee. Active antenna array and method for relaying radio signals.
Patent US 8599861 (B2), Date of Patent: December 3rd, 2013. also published as WO
2011151224 (A1).
[31] G. Schmidt and J. Schlee. Crest factor reduction for a multicarrier–signal with spectrally
shaped single–carrier pulses. Patent US 8619904 (B2), Date of Patent: December 31th,
2013.
[32] G. Schmidt, M. Weckerle, J. Schlee, D. Neumann, and J. Fuchs. Antenna array, network
planning system, communication network and method for relaying radio signals with
independently configurable beam pattern shapes using a local knowledge. Patent EP
2481165 (B1), Date of Patent: April 30th, 2014.
[33] G. Schmidt and J. Schlee. Active antenna array and method for relaying radio signals
with synchronous digital data interface. Patent US 8774196 (B2), Date of Patent: July
8th, 2014.
[34] M. Neuburger and G. Schmidt. Elektrisches System zur Einspeisung von elektrischer
Energie für den Betrieb eines Elektromotors. Patent DE 102014000331 (A1), July 16th,
2015.
 

Lehrbuch:

[35] G. Schmidt. Kommunikation. In R. Langmann (Herausgeber), Taschenbuch der Automatisie-
rung, Kapitel 6. Carl Hanser, München, 2017. ISBN 978-3-446-44664-9.
 


 


 

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