Joerg Schaepperle

Stuttgart, Germany
Research Engineer

Education

Dipl.-Ing. in Electrical Engineering with focus on Communication Theory, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Biography

1998 - 2008 Alcatel/Alcatel-Lucent Research and Innovation
2008 - 2014 Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Wireless Research
2014 - today Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Network Energy Research

Honors and Awards

2007 Bell Labs President's Award, WiMAX Technologies & Innovations
2006-2009 and 2009-2012 Member of the Alcatel-Lucent Technical Academy

Professional Activities

2006-2009 Participation in IEEE 802.16 standardization as a voting member


Selected Articles and Publications

  • Schaepperle, J.
    Maximizing Weighted Sum Rate in the Uplink of Wireless Systems Using a Second-Order Approximation
    IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), 2013.
  • Schaepperle, J.
    Throughput of a wireless cell using superposition based multiple-access with optimized scheduling
    IEEE 21st International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Istanbul, Turkey, 2010.
  • Schaepperle, J.
    Throughput of a Wireless Cell Using Superposition Based Multiple-Access with Non-ideal Interference Cancellation
    IEEE 21st International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC) - Workshop W4: WiMAGIC - Huawei Workshop: Towards IMT-Advanced and Beyond (WTIMT), Istanbul, Turkey, 2010.
  • Schaepperle, J. and Rüegg, A.
    Enhancement of throughput and fairness in 4G wireless access systems by non-orthogonal signaling
    Bell Lab. Tech. J., John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
    , 13, 2009, pp. 59 - 77.
  • Bitzer, T.; Bohn, T.; Jacob, G.; Jaenecke, P.; Luger, J.; Pascht, A.; Schaepperle, J.; Schwoerer, G. and Strauss, J.
    Improved UMTS base station transmitter featuring high efficiency and integrated analogue parts
    7th European Conference on
    Wireless Technology, 2004, pp. 205 - 208.

Patents

Granted Patents

  • Joerg Schaepperle, “Method of detecting distortions and a receiver for distorted optical signals”, US 6,469,782.

  • Joerg Schaepperle, Gabriele Schwörer and Thomas Bohn, “Method of influencing an input signal and predistorter”, EP 1 482 637, US 7,202,737.

  • Joerg Schaepperle, “Wireless access system and transmission method”, EP 2 019 510, US 8,559,378.

  • Joerg Schaepperle and Roland Münzner, “Method for performing resource allocation in a wireless communication network, base station and wireless communication network”, EP 2 066 141

  • Andreas Rüegg and Joerg Schaepperle, “Establishing decoding order for successive interference cancellation”, EP 2 139 186.

  • Peter Tabery and Joerg Schaepperle, “ Virtual base station and method thereof”, EP 2 180 743.

  • Peter Tabery and Joerg Schaepperle, “Method of transmitting signaling messages”, US 8,125,916.

  • Andreas Rüegg and Joerg Schaepperle, “Method for decoding a composite radio signal and corresponding receiver”, US 8,396,095.

  • Joerg Schaepperle, “Apparatus, method, computer program and base station transceiver for selecting users”, EP 2 566 214.