University of Bremen – Department of Communications Engineering (ANT) 

Industry 4.0 digital and innovation lab

Who are we?

The Department of Communications Engineering (ANT) at the University of Bremen, headed by Prof. Dekorsy, currently consists of 3 group leaders, over 20 scientific employees and more than 30 students. Since 2017, the ANT has raised over €13 million for research and development in telecommunications systems, algorithms and signal processing methods. 

Previously the department has focused on mobile communications, satellite communications and wireless solutions for the industrial and medical sectors. In this context, one of the core principles of the ANT is the transfer of its research findings to industry and society through research work that ranges from fundamental and application-oriented research to the realization of demonstrators and experimental structures. 

The ANT also offers political and strategic research consultation on topics relating to transfer and the participation of society. The ANT is currently a core partner of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research’s 6G program, consisting of the “Open6GHub” research hub, the accompanying “6G platform” research project and various industrial projects focusing on the topics of satellite communications, health and future mobile networks.

Political-strategic research consulting Research of industrial radio technologies Experimentalfield

What do we do at the DHI?

The ANT works in the DHI with the Industrial Radio Lab Germany (IRLG) and the Gauss-Olbers Space Technology Transfer Center (GOC). The IRLG focuses on scientific and technical issues relating to industrial wireless communications systems and supports companies with their implementation. The goal of the GOC is the bidirectional transfer of aerospace knowledge and technologies through education, research, and development, for various fields of application in the Bremen region and beyond. In this context, the participation of all people in a digital society is central to the development of technology, e.g., 6G satellite systems.

The IRLG and the GOC work on the demonstration of current research findings with the aim of offering companies access to innovations and thereby enabling them to position and assert themselves at the forefront of the fiercely competitive 6G market in the long term.

Why the DHI?

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