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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Fischer

Extraordinarius

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Electronics (Prof. Dr. Weigel)

Room: Room 04.230
Cauerstraße 9
91058 Erlangen

About Georg Fischer

1965 born at Wachtendonk, Lower Rhine Region/Germany
1986-1992 Study of Electrical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University (Deutschland)
Focus on Communications, RF, Microwave, Electrodynamics, Antennas and Acoustics
1992 Dipl.-Ing. (TH) Elektrotechnik – Nachrichtentechnik
1993-1996 Research Assistant at Chair for Communications University of Paderborn (Germany)
Fokus on Microwave circuit technology, Antennas und adaptive Array Antennas at 5 and 12 GHz
Feb. 1997 Dr.-Ing. (summa cum laude) granted by University of Paderborn
Titel: Ein adaptives Empfangssystem für den Satellitenrundfunk mit Adaption der Richtcharakteristik und der Polarisation (An adaptive Receiving System for satellite broadcast with Adaptation of beam pattern and Polarisation)
 1996-2008 Bell Labs Research, Lucent Technologies later Alcatel-Lucent
Focus on RF system design:
  • Basestation RF System Arachitectures,
    Transceiver Technology
  • Analog to Digital Conversion
  • Performance improvements at Physical Layer
  • New RF Technologies:
    RF-MEMS, Wide Bandgap transistor Technlogy SiC/GaN, frequency agile RF Systems, Power Transmitter architectures in Switch Mode, Software Defined Radio, Tunable metamaterial structures
  • Working in ETSI Standardisation on Physical Layer Defintion of GSM-EDGE system – chairman for SMG2 WPB-EDGE
2000 Bell Labs DMTS (Distinguished Member of Technical Staff)
2001 Bell Labs CMTS (Consulting Member of Technical Staff)
Since 2001 Guest Lecturer at FAU, Institute of Microwave and Photonics LHFT, Prof. L.-P. Schmidt, “RF Architecture of Mobile Communication Basestations”
Nov. 2003 Transition from predevelopment Basestation technology to Bell-Labs Europe research group. Contribution to various EU and german national nationalen Deutschen öffentlichen Förderprojekten, die sich mit rekonfigurierbaren HF Systemen beschäftigen.
Dec. 2006 Merger Alcatel-Lucent
2007 Nomination for Bell Labs Fellow
Apr. 2008 Professor for Electronics Engineering at LTE Institute of FAU Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

  • Power Amplifier Architectures (Switched Mode PA, Class-S, Doherty)
  • Non-invasive Blood Glucose Sensor
  • Medical Electronics, Biosignal acquisition, Microwave sensing
  • Massive MIMO implementation
  • Efficient spectrum use (UHF, Digital Dividend, PMSE)
  • Professional radio microphones (PMSE)
  • Software Defined Radio SDR
  • Cognitive Radio CR
  • Application of RF-MEMS for frequency agile RF Systems (low/high power)
  • Transceiver Architectures
  • RF System Design
  • Analog Digital Balance
  • Health Assistance Systems, AAL
  • Wireless Power Transfer (WPT)
  • Implant communication
  • Smart Metering
  • Active Array Antennas
  • LTE Broadcast
  • Tunable Filters (active low power/passive high power)
  • Molecular Communication

VDE/ITG-DGBMT-DKE
IEEE/MTT-AP-VTC-COMSOC-EMBS
EUMA/EURAMIG-RF MEMS

ETSI / 3GPP
ETSI STF386 (Chairman)

VDE DKE
ECC CEPT WG SE, SE FG-RXIM, SE7, SE 21, SE21 CG RXIM, PT FM51

VDE

More than 50 patents in the area of Basestation RF architectures, Antennas, Microwave Power Amplifiers, RF-MEMS and tunable Metamaterial Structures.

Five core EP patents in the area of non-invasive Glucose sensing plus various Nationalizations in Europa, Asia and America.

EP2457508 Recording device for recording a blood count parameter

EP2457507 Arm band with a recording device for recording a blood count Parameter

EP2458368 Recording device for recording a blood count Parameter

EP2458369 Recording device for recording a blood count Parameter

EP2457510 Recording device for recording a blood count Parameter

Please see detailed listing below.

Courses

Awards

  • , : Finalist for the IEEE Young Professionals Best Paper Award for "The Phase Noise and Clock Synchronous Carrier Frequency Offset based RF Fingerprinting for the Fake Base Station Detection" (IEEE WAMICON) – 2019
  • , : IEEE Best Student Paper Award (1st Place) for "Symbol Based Statistical RF Fingerprinting for Fake Base Station Identification" (IEEE Czechoslovakia Section at MAREW) – 2019
  • , , , , , , , , , , : Best Paper Award (6th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication) – 2019
  • , , , : IEEE EMC Society Japan Joint / Sendai Chapters EMC 2019 Student Award (IEEE EMC Society Japan Joint / Sendai Chapters) – 2019

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