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DI Dr. H-P Bernhard

1991 …2022

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Forschungsgebiete

Hans-Peter Bernhard (Senior Member, IEEE) received the master's degree in electrical engineering and the Ph.D. degree in technical sciences from Technical University Vienna, Vienna, Austria. He was an Assistant Professor with TU-Vienna until 1998 and joined the JKU as a Lecturer in 1999. In 2014, he started as a Senior Scientist with Johannes Kepler University and with Silicon Austria Labs in 2018. He was a Guest Researcher with Prague Academy of Science and with the University of Cambridge. He is a Principal Scientist, the Head of Research Unit Wireless Communications with Silicon Austria Labs, and a Senior Scientist with the Institute of Communications and RF Systems, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria. His research interests include the design and analysis of time sensitive communication systems with a focus to resilient solutions. He has given several invited talks on various aspects of wireless factory and sensor communications. He has organized/co-organized several special sessions and serves as conference general chair. He is an active member of the IEEE P1451 standard technical committee, IES TC-II, and IES TC-FA.

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Promovend

Datum der Bewilligung: 1 Dez. 1997

Mastergrad

Datum der Bewilligung: 1 März 1991

Externe Posten

IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics Guest Editor , IEEE

1 Mai 2021 → …

IEEE Standards Technical Committee Member P1451, IEEE

1 Okt. 2018 → …

Senior Scientist, Johannes Kepler University Linz

1 Sep. 1999 → …

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