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Klaus-D. Hackbarth
University Professor
+34 942 201 494
+34 942 201 488
Laboratorios de I+D de Telecomunicaciones
Office S203
April 1980
Ph. D. Computer Science. Polytechnic University of Berlin.
June 1980
Telecommunication Engineer. Polytechnic University of Berlin.
  Proffesional Experience
Since 1980
Participant as company delegate for operators in several European projects in the field of studies of telecommunication services and networks.
Since 1980
Development of telecommunication equipment and studies about the design, dimensioning and analysis of services and telecommunication networks (ANT, SEL, Deutsche Telekom DTAG, Telefónica I+D).
  Research Lines
  • Design, Dimensioning and Planning of Telecommunication Networks and Services (fixed, mobile, NGN, IMS,…).
  • Service Cost Models and Studies.
  • Telecommunication Services Regulatory Issues.
  Research Projects
  • DIDERO. 3th Generation Mobile Networks Planning Tool. (CYCIT project).
  • Next Generation Networks under the integration of PSTN/ISDN services (studies for the Networks Federal Agency, Bonn, Germany; EETT, Atenas, Greece).
  • Design of a broadband networks planning tool (CYCIT project).
  • REPOSIT, Real Time Dynamic Bandwidth Optimisation in Satellite Networks Proyecto IST 2001-2004.
  • Cost Model for terminating call services in 2nd and 3th generation mobile networks (studies for e-plus/KPN Duesseldorf, Germany , ACCC-Melbourne, Australia, OSIPTEL, Lima, Perú).
  • Integration of the optical layer design in broadband networks (CYCIT project).
  • Network of Excellence Euro-NGI / Euro-FGI, Design and Engineering of the Next Generation Internet.
  • IP Multimedia System, IMS, and its influence in the convergence of fixed- mobile networks.
  • Broadband Access Networks and its influence in Bitstream services (studies for the Networks Federal Agency, Bonn, Germany; EETT, Atenas, Greece).

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