Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Academic Career and Research Areas

Professor Boche`s research topics are Theory of Wireless Networks and Applied Mathematics, like Approximation Theory, Optimization and Game Theory and Quantum Information Theory, among others.

Professor Boche (born 1966) studied Information Technology and Mathematics at the University of Dresden, and received a doctorate in Engineering from TU Dresden as well as a doctorate in Mathematics from TU Berlin. In 2002 he assumed a professorship at TU Berlin. He was Head of Broadband Mobile Communications Department at HHI and Director of the Fraunhofer German-Sino Lab for Mobile Communications (FhG-MCI). Since 2010, Professor Boche has been TUM Professor of Theoretical Information Technology. He is a member of the National Academy of Science and Engineering, the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Science and the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.


  • Fellow IEEE (2011)
  • Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize of the DFG (German Research Foundation) (2008)
  • Vodafone Innovation Award (2006)

Key Publications (all publications)

Boche H, Mönich UJ: "Sampling of Deterministic Signals and Systems". IEEE Trans- actions on Signal Processing. 2011; 59: 2101-2111.


Boche H, Mönich UJ, Kortke A, Keusgen W: "No-Go Theorem for Lin- ear Systems on Bounded Bandlimited Signals". IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. 2010; 58: 5639-5654.


Boche H, Mönich UJ: "Behavior of the Quantization Operator for Bandlimited, Nonoversampled Signals". IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. 2010; 56: 2433-2440.


Boche H, Jorswieck EA: "Channel capacity and capacity-range of beamforming in MIMO wireless systems under correlated fading with covariance feedback". IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. 2004; 3: 1543-1553.


Boche H, Schubert M: "Solution of the multiuser downlink beamforming problem with individual SINR constraints". IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. 2004; 53: 18-28.