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Senior Researcher NEC Laboratories Europe
Peter Rost received his Ph.D. degree from Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany, in 2009 and his M.Sc. degree from University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany, in 2005. From 1999 to 2002 he was with Fraunhofer Institute for Beam and Material Technologies, Dresden, Germany where he developed augmented and virtual reality based controlling systems. From 2002 to 2005 he was with IBM Deutschland Entwicklung GmbH, Böblingen, Germany, where he contributed to the IBM Tivoli system. In June 2005 he joined the Vodafone Chair of Prof. Gerhard Fettweis at Technische Universität Dresden and focused on different aspects of relaying in the context of mobile communications systems. He was also a leading member of the organizing team of IEEE ICC 2009, prepared multiple successful EU FP6 and FP7 proposals, and was actively contributing to the European research project WINNER since 2005 as task leader.
Since April 2010 Peter is member of the Mobile and Wireless Networks group at NEC Laboratories Europe, where he is working as Senior Researcher in business unit projects, 3GPP RAN2 as active delegate, and the EU FP7 projects FLAVIA and iJOIN, which he currently manages as Technical Manager (www.ict-ijoin.eu). Currently, Peter serves as member of IEEE ComSoc GITC, IEEE Online GreenComm Steering Committee, and the Executive Editorial Committee of IEEE Transactions of Wireless Communications. He further served as guest editor at Elsevier Journal on Computer Networks and Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, and as TPC Chair at IEEE VTC Spring 2013. Peter published more than 40 scientific publications and he is author of multiple patents and patent applications.