Award for Dr. Dominik Stöger

Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Prize for excellent dissertation

6 April 2020
Dr. Dominik Stöger - Portrait


We are proud to announce that Dr. Dominik Stöger, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, was awarded the Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Prize 2020 by GAMM (Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik/Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics).

Bilinear inverse problems arise in wireless communication designs when no prior channel calibration is feasible.

Dr. Stöger was honoured for his excellent dissertation on "Bilinear Compressed Sensing", completed at TUM in August 2019 under the supervision of Felix Krahmer, Professor for Optimization and Data Analysis at the Department of Mathematics. His thesis is concerned with analyzing algorithms for bilinear inverse problems such as blind deconvolution, which appear, for example, in imaging and wireless communications.

The Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Prize is awarded annually in order to honour young scientists who have authored an excellent doctoral thesis in the field of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. Its goal is to highlight outstanding achievements of four young scientists up to the age of 35 years at the start of their scientific careers.