Chair of Information and Coding Theory

M.Sc. Maurice Hott

Research Staff

Kaiserstr. 2, R. D-020
Phone: + 49 431 880-6133
Telefax: + 49 431 880-6128
maho@tf.uni-kiel.de

Publications

Conferences and Journals

  1. M. Hott, J. Mietzner, S. Lutz, M. Bockmair, and P.A. Hoeher, "Joint super-resolution and array interpolation for MIMO radar virtual arrays," 15th European Radar Conference (EuRAD), Madrid, Spain, Sep. 2018.
  2. M. Hott, P.A. Hoeher, and S. Reinecke, "Magnetic communication using high-sensitive magnetic field detectors," Sensors, vol. 19, no. 15, article ID 3415, Aug. 2019. DOI
  3. M. Hott and P. A. Hoeher, "Channel Modeling and SNR Enhancement for Coil to Magnetic Field Sensor Underwater Communication," accepted for publication in Proc. Global Oceans 2020, Aug. 2020.
  4. M. Hott, A. Harlakin and P. A. Hoeher, "Hybrid Communication and Localization Underwater Network Nodes based on Magnetic Induction and Visible Light for AUV Support," accepted for publication in Proc. International Conference on ICT Convergence (ICTC '20), Sept. 2020.
  5. M. Hott and P. A. Hoeher, "Underwater Communication Employing High-Sensitive Magnetic Field Detectors," in IEEE Access, Sept. 2020. DOI

 

Master thesis

  • Maurice Hott, "Effiziente Winkelschätzung für 3D Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO)
    Radaranwendungen" (Airbus Ulm)

 

Bachelor thesis

  • Maurice Hott, "Bildgebende Analysen auf Basis gemittelter Magnetokardiographie-Signale"

Biography

Since 2017 Maurice Hott is working as a research assistant at the Chair of Information and Coding Theory at the University of Kiel towards his Dr.-Ing. (Ph.D.) degree.
His research focuses on digital communication for sensor networks and mobile vehicles exploiting modulated magnetic fields in harsh environments.
Within the EU.SH project "Mobile Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (MAUS)" started in 2019, Maurice Hott is working on a novel magnetic communication link between autonomous underwater vehicles.

Research Interests

  • Sensor networks

Teaching

  • Supervision of the "Communication Lab"
  • Supervision of the "Real-time Signal Processing Lab"
  • Supervision of the "Seminar Informations- und Codierungstheorie"
  • Exercise "Grundlagen der Kanalcodierung"
  • Exercise "Theoretische Grundlagen der Informationstechnik"

Supervision of Theses

  • Dennis Zdetski, "Hybride Kommunikation auf Basis von VLC und MI," B.Sc. Thesis, CAU Kiel, August 2020.
  • Michelle Djomo Njamen, "Entwicklung eines Versuchsaufbaus zur magnetischen Objektcharakterisierung," B.Sc. Thesis, CAU Kiel, July 2020.
  • Lars Eike Kruse, "Entwicklung eines MI-OFDM Systems," M.Sc. Thesis, CAU Kiel, April 2020.
  • Lars Eike Kruse, "Untersuchung relevanter Parameter zur Datenübertragung auf Basis magnetischer Induktion," B.Sc. Thesis, CAU Kiel, July 2018.