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At this year's Vehicular Networking Conference, CS7 contributed three papers: Thomas Deinlein presented his paper "Evaluation of the 5G Data Plane for Advanced Vehicular Use Cases with 5G-Sim-V2I/N". Michael Niebisch talked about his work on the topic of "Impact of the Communication Directio...

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Former research assistant and PhD student Florian Bock has successfully obtained his doctorate, congratulations! The PhD defense following his dissertation titled "Contributions to the scenario-accompanied development of automated driving functions" has recently taken place online via Zoom as well. ...

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Our external PhD student Christoph Sippl has successfully defended his dissertation titled "Identification of relevant traffic situations for scenario-based development of automated driving functions" just recently. The doctoral project was supervised in cooperation with Audi AG. Due to the current ...

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Research assistant Lorenz Ammon presented our paper "N-Ray Ground Interference: Extending the Two-Ray Interference Model for 3D Terrain Shapes" at this year's IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC). The conference, which is one of the main events of the vehicular networking community, took place...

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The results of two papers of the Connected Mobility group have been presented at the IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2019-Fall in Honolulu (Hawaii, USA). Thomas Deinlein discussed the results of his work titled "Simulative Comparison of 4G/5G ITU Channel Models in the Context of V2I" at the ...