Scientific Colloquium at DLR Oberpfaffenhofen
25 February 2019 - As part of the Scientific Colloquim (Wissenschaftliches Kolloquium) at the German Aerospace Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Professor Gerhard Kramer presented the latest findings of his Munich Aerospace Research Group. Kramer is Chair of Communications Engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Within the scope of the research group — one of the strongest on coding worldwide — TUM researchers work together with DLR colleagues on coding and modulation for satellite links. The event with over 60 guests was presented by Professor Christoph Günther, Director of the DLR Institute of Communications and Navigation. Munich Aerospace Executive and DLR Institute Director Dr Johann Bals introduced the Munich Aerospace Research Network.
Prof. Gerhard Kramer presents the work of the Munich Aerospace Research Group headed by him
Munich Aerospace Excecutive and DLR Institute Director Dr Johann Bals introduces Munich Aerospace