Wrocławskie Centrum Badań EIT+
Wrocławskie Centrum Badań EIT+ sp. z o.o. (Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+) was established in 2007 as a new look at the research to perfect innovation and applied science for the Silesian Region of Poland. The institute was created and is owned by Wroclaw Commune, Regional Parliament of the Lower Silesia Province, Wroclaw University of Technology, University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw Medical University and Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Science. The seed funding received equals 200 million Euro together with large campus with targeted 25,000 square meters of the office and lab space dedicated for research activities as well as for high tech SMEs. WRC EIT+ focuses on 4 pillars: Biotechnology, Nanomaterials, Energy and ICT. ICT Research Centre (RC) hires its own permanent stuff as well as associated researches from Wroclaw universities (which are the owners of the WRC EIT+). ICT RC specialise in mobile networks modelling and simulation, networks planning and optimisation, Self Organising Networks (SON) aspects, cognitive radio and reconfigurable optical networks as well as on broad range of information science aspects. Members of the WCB EIT+ team participated in dozens of European projects including FP6/FP7 in the area of ICT including mobile network planning and optimisation areas, self-organising cellular networks, cognitive systems and networks including UWB and optical networks. A special experience is connected with specialised simulation software design, prototyping, implementation and running for heavy duty large scale simulations including low level code optimisation for rapid execution. Members of the team have designed and produced number of software and hardware products which are broadly used in industry including large scale management and optimisation software for mobile network operators as well customised digital hardware solution.
EIT+ brings to the project expertise in the development of digital modulation software, OFDM in this case. This expertise is founded in the relevant detection-and-avoid research activities performed in the Centre. This expertise is extended in FIVER by including transmission impairment compensation algorithms in current OFDM mod/demodulation software stacks from EIT+.
19 Dec 2012