Technology Innovation Day

Heinrich Hertz Institut
08:00 till 17:30
Kalendereintrag speichern
Heinrich Hertz Institut

Einsteinufer 37

10587 Berlin

The Heinrich Hertz Institute turns 91. To celebrate this occasion, Fraunhofer HHI organizes the “Technology Innovation Day – 91 Years HHI” on February 22, 2019. Particularly students of the universities of Berlin and its surroundings are invited to attend. Insights into the innovative research and development at Fraunhofer HHI will be given through short presentations of all research areas and there will be the possibility to participate in guided lab tours.



09:00 Opening with coffee and pastry

09:30 Welcoming and agenda
Welcome address: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Martin Schell and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wiegand, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI
Moderation: Kathleen Schröter, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI

09:45 Brief introduction of the Institute
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Martin Schell and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wiegand

10:00 Talks – First part
AI – Opening the black box, Sebastian Lapuschkin
Direction estimation for 5G mobile radio signals, Sven Wittig
How to catch a photon?, Tobias Beckerwerth
Optical communication systems in the context of new space, Dr. Nicolas Perlot
Nerves made out of glass, Vladislav Reimer
Netflix to brain waves – Neural correlates and multimedia, Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Bosse
Sensing and modelling the world around us – Hybrid methods in Computer vision and graphics, Dr.-Ing. Anna Hilsmann

11:20 Coffee break

11:50 Talks – Second part
Projection methods in wireless communications, Jochen Fink
THz photonics – sensing and communication for the digital society, Dr. rer. nat. Björn Globisch
Rainbow in the fiber – maximizing capacity of photonic networks by wideband transmission, Robert Emmerich
Fiber optical cyber glove, Yi Jiang
How does 4K video fit through a phone line, Jennifer Rasch
Yo, robot, you feel me? Making machines understand humans, Rekha Jayaprakash
Towards massive access in wireless communication networks, Johannes Dommel

13:10 Lunch break

14:40 Presentation of the lab tours

14:55 Guided lab tours in groups
AI – Opening the black box
Netflix to brain waves – Neural correlates and multimedia EEG sensing and computing
How does 4K video fit through a phone line
VR 360 – Video on steroids
Yo, robot, you feel me? Making machines understand humans
Real-time radio channel measurements
Multi-Connectivity for High Rate Video on Mobile Robotic Platform
How to transmit photons?
THz-Sensing and its applications
Is plastic fantastic?
Tbit/s optical free-space communication
Li-Fi for indoor applications
High-speed signal-processing for optical communication systems
Cyber glove

16:40 Talks – Third part
Is plastic fantastic? How polymers enable key technologies, David de Felipe Mesquida
Communication with light – The sophisticated language of robots, Pablo Wilke Berenguer
Sensors for battery safety, Christian Kelb
VR 360 – Video on steroids, Dimitri Podborski
Who am I and how many? Sharing biometric features, Clemens Seibold
The art of network architecture design – complexity of simplicity, Roya Ebrahim Rezagah
Spin to Win – optical polarization and its application, Dr.-Ing. Moritz Baier

18:00 Concert

18:45 Get Together
Demonstrations in the TiME Lab