Dr. Patrick Marsch received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.-Ing. degrees from Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, in 2004 and 2010, respectively. After leading a research group at TU Dresden, Germany, he is since 2011 heading a research department within Nokia Bell Labs (formerly Nokia Siemens Networks), Wroclaw, Poland, which is covering a wide range of 5G research topics such as radio resource management, mmWave communications, device-to-device communications, and mission-critical communications in the context of vehicular safety or wireless control. He has published 60+ journal or conference papers, co-edited 2 books, received 4 best paper awards, and received the Philipp Reis Prize for pioneering work in the field of Coordinated Multi-Point. Patrick has been general chair of various IEEE workshops, and has initiated the ULTRA2 series on workshops on ultra-low latency and ultra-high reliability in wireless communications. Patrick is the technical manager of the 5G PPP project METIS-II, which is the largest collaborative project aimed towards global consensus-building on the 5G radio access network design.
Mobile Edge Clouds – Specific Application Fields, Key Challenges, And Solutions (2016)