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Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Thadeu Freitas de Abreu
Dr. Giuseppe Thadeu Freitas de Abreu
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Computer Science & Electrical Engineering

Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH, Campus Ring 1, D- 28759 Bremen, Germany

+49 421 200-3103
g.abreu [at]
Research I, Room 105
Research Interests: 

Communication Theory, Statistical Modeling of Wireless Channels, UWB and Low Power Communications, Random Matrix Theory for Cognitive Radio and Spectrum Sensing, Space-time Coding, Random Networks and Stochastic Geometry, Wireless Security, Wireless Localization and Tracking and more.

University Education: 
Docent: Statistical Signal Processing and Communication Theory for Multidimensional and Distributed Wireless Systems2006University of Oulu, Finland
PhD: Physics, Electrical and Computer Engineering2004Yokohama National University, Japan
Masters: Physics, Electrical and Computer Engineering2001Yokohama National University, Japan
Latu Sensu: Telecommunications Engineering1997Universidade Federal da Bahia
Bachelor: Electrical Engineering (Electronics/Telecommunications)1996Universidade Federal da Bahia
Fellowships and Awards: 
Scholar: Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)2010
Editor: IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communicationssince 2009 Senior Member
IEEE: Communications and Signal Processingsince 2009
Uenohara Award: Tokyo University2001
Graduate Fellow: Honjo Foundation, Japan2002 and 2003
Graduate Fellow: Futaba Foundation, Japan2002 and 2003
Graduate Fellow: Takaku Foundation, Japan2001
Graduate Fellow: Yokohama Industrial Association, Japan2001
Graduate Fellow: Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation, Japan2000
Graduate Fellow: Ministry of Science and Technology, Japan1997/1998
Undergrad Fellow: Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft, Germany1995
Undergrad Fellow: Con. Nac. de Pesquisa e Des., Brazil1992/1995
Research and Teaching Positions: 
  • Adjunct Professor: University of Oulu, Finland - 2006 to 2011
  • Senior Research Fellow: University of Oulu, Finland - 2004 to 2006
  • University Lecturer: Yokohama National University, Japan - 2001 and 2002
Funded Projects: 
  • EU FP7 Integrated Project BUTLER - 2011/2014
  • EU FP7 Integrated Project EARTH - 2010/2012
  • EU FP7 Integrated Project EUWB - 2009/2011
  • EU FP6 Integrated Project PULSERS Phase II - 2006/2008
  • EU FP6 Integrated Project PULSERS Phase I - 2004/2005

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