Krishan Kumar Tiwari (Commonwealth Scholar, IEEE CCWC Best Paper and Best Presenter)

Radio Communications, Signal Processing, Algorithms, 6G


Krishan Kumar Tiwari received his B. Eng. degree with Distinction in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, India in 2003 and M.Sc. degree, again with Distinction, in Signal Processing and Communications from the University of Edinburgh, UK in 2017. He was a Commonwealth Scholar (UK) at Edinburgh representing India. With a professional experience of about two decades, he has held research positions and contributed to design and development of radio systems for strategic aerospace, defense, and healthcare applications in research centers such as Fraunhofer IZM, ISRO Satellite Centre, JFWTC (GE), Leibniz IHP, etc. Currently, he is a research employee with the Communication and Information Theory Chair at the Technical University of Berlin. He was awarded ``Best Paper'' and ``Best Presenter'' awards at IEEE CCWC, USA.

Research summary

6G, Signal Processing, Reflective Intelligent Surfaces, Beamforming, Millimeter Wave, sub-TeraHertz

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