Prof. Dr. Hermann Rohling is the Head of the Institute of Telecommunications at Hamburg University of Technology, where he has developed an international reputation for mobile communications and automotive radar systems. Prof. Rohling has started his career at the AEG Research Institute, Ulm, Germany, as a researcher working in the area of digital signal processing for radar and communication applications. Nowadays his research interests include signal theory, digital radar signal processing, detection, estimation, wideband mobile communications based on multicarrier transmission techniques (OFDM) for future broadband systems (4G), and differential GPS for high precision navigation. He is a worldwide well-known expert in automotive radar systems for more than 20 years.
Prof. Rohling is the President of the German Institute of Navigation (DGON), a member of Informationstechnische Gesellschaft (ITG), and a Fellow of IEEE. Every year he is the organizer of an International Radar Symposium (IRS) and an International OFDM Workshop. Prof. Rohling was the Vice President of the Hamburg University of Technology, Germany for more than six years.