Webinar Series: 30 minutes with tech experts by Infineon

⏰ 30 minutes with tech experts!

Take your career to the next level and register for a new webinar series at Infineon. Get unique insights into pioneering projects and learn more about IoT, radar systems and automated driving. Don’t miss exciting discussions about the latest achievements in technology.

Join us once a month at 4 pm CEST 🗓.

You can choose to participate just in one webinar or in the whole series.

👉 Register here

25th November – Christoph Wagner

Trends and challenges in radar sensor development for automated driving

The first webinar will introduce you in the implementation of automated driving. Being the market leader for automotive radar sensors, a key technology on the way to self-driving cars, we are well aware of the corresponding technical challenges and provide best-in-class solutions.

In this session we will study examples of technical solutions, developed by our Infineon experts together with international Master and PhD students. Furthermore, an outlook will be given on future topics in research and development of radar sensors for cars.

2nd December: Andreas Och

Completing the picture – tomographic reconstruction for high-resolution radar systems

In tomographic systems, a 2D or 3D image has to be reconstructed from a highly incomplete data set. The missing information is derived from prior knowledge about the measurement system and filled in using regularization methods. In this webinar, we will explain the need for regularization and look at two different reconstruction algorithms implemented for a high-resolution tomographic radar system that was built for nondestructive material characterization.

12th January: Josef Haid

Internet-of-Things: Infineon enabling innovations at the frontier between the digital and real world

The IoT started to become part of the world we are living in. Cars are connected and notify each other about hazardous events on the road. Homes get increasingly smart gaining more security, convenience, and energy efficiency. Still, we are just at the beginning of the journey and semiconductor-driven technologies can accelerate the innovation cycle.