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Mario Goldenbaum
Professor

Bremen University of Applied Sciences
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
E Building, Room 609
Neustadtswall 30
28199 Bremen, Germany

mario.goldenbaum@hs-bremen.de

Short Bio

I am a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Bremen University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Bremen). Before joining the University in 2019, I worked as a Research Scientist in the Corporate Technology Division of Siemens USA in Princeton, NJ. From 2015 to 2017, I was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Princeton University hosted by Prof. H. Vincent Poor. In 2014, I received the Dr.-Ing. degree (Ph.D.) in electrical engineering and information technology (with highest distinction) from the Technical University of Munich under the supervision of Prof. Holger Boche.

I am a Senior Member of the IEEE. In 2016, I received the Science and Engineering Incentive Award of the Vodafone Research Foundation, in 2014 the Best Paper Award (ITG-Preis) of the German Information Technology Society, and the Best Patent Award of the Society of Friends of the Heinrich Hertz Institute in 2009. My research interests are in the area of information theory, wireless communications, and signal processing. In particular, topics related to distributed computation, edge intelligence, statistical learning, and physical-layer security.

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