Prof. Dr. Dietmar Wenzel
Honorary Professor at TUM since 2014
Multirate Signal Processing
Professor Wenzel (b. 1968) studied electrical engineering and earned his doctorate for his work on digital signal processing in 1999 from the University of Stuttgart. While he was studying for his doctorate he worked in R&D at Bosch Telecom GmbH. He has worked in the field of multirate signal processing ever since. In 2000 he joined Infineon Technologies AG in Munich where he was responsible for specification and algorithm development in the department for wireless modem integrated circuits. Having held various system architect positions, Professor Wenzel served as chief architect and senior principal for the definition of multi-mode mobile platforms. After the acquisition of this department by Intel in 2011, he continued in this role at Intel Mobile Communications GmbH in Munich.
Professor Wenzel is vice chair of the Mobile Industry Processor Interface Alliance Technical Steering Group, holds numerous patents and has been a lecturer at TUM and the University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg, Austria, since 2004.
- Principal Intel Architecture Group, Intel Mobile Communications GmbH, Munich (since 2011)
- Chairman of the Mobile Industry Processor Interface Alliance (since 2008) and vice chair of the Technical Steering Group (since 2012)
- Lecturer at the TUM Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (since 2004)
- System architect and chief architect/senior principal engineer (since 2010), Infineon Technologies AG, Munich (2000-2010)
- System and development engineer, Bosch Telecom GmbH, Backnang, and doctoral student at the University of Stuttgart (1995-1999)
- Richard Hirschmann Foundation Award (1994)