If you have comments or questions to the project please contact Jacek Pierzchlewski at: (jap [[a]] es . aau . dk ) !

Project researcher: Jacek Pierzchlewski, Ph.D., M.Sc. E.E.

Jacek Pierzchlewski

Jacek Pierzchlewski

Jacek Pierzchlewski was born in Polczyn Zdroj, Poland in 1984. After completing a high school in 2003, he was enrolled into Faculty of Computing and Management (now Faculty of Computing) at Poznan University of Technology (PUT), Poland. He completed 5 years M. Sc. program in 4 years and graduated from PUT in 2007.

Since 2007 until 2009 Jacek was a research assistant at Chair of Computer Engineering, PUT. In November 2009 he joined Technology Platforms Section at Aalborg University, Denmark. In May 2013 he had successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis: “Compressed Sensing Methods in Radio Receivers Exposed to Noise and Interference”. Shortly after he started to work on the postdoctoral project “Interference Reduction for Direct Conversion Receiver Using Compressed Sensing” at Aalborg University.

Jacek’s research interest includes wireless systems, Compressed Sensing, scientific computing (with accent on GPU computing ), applied math, circuts and systems, and much more. You can find Jacek’s CV on his website.


Project mentor: Torben Larsen, Dr. Techn.

Torben Larsen

Torben Larsen

Professor Torben Larsen (SM’04) received the M.Sc. and dr.techn. degrees from Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, in 1988 and 1998, respectively. Since 2001, he has been a Full Professor at Aalborg University.

He has industrial experience with Bosch Telecom and Siemens Mobile Phones. He was member in 2005–2010 and vice-chairman in 2009–2010 of the Danish Research Council for Technology and Production Sciences. In 2011 he was appointed director of the doctoral school at The Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers. Prof. Larsen serves on the review board for numerous journals and conferences. He received the Spar Nord research prize in 1999 for excellent research.

His research interests include scientific computing, compressive sensing, GPU computing, RF system modeling and simulation, wireless communication, and transceiver design.

He is the author of 2 books and 2 book chapters, several dozens of journal papers and conference papers. He has successfully supervised more than 15 PhD students.


Aalborg University

At the AAU Campus

At the AAU Campus

Aalborg University (AAU) is a public university located in Aalborg , northern Denmark. AAU is a relatively young academia, it was established in 1974, but it is already among the world’s top 400 universities. It constists of 4 faculties: Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering and Science, Faculty of Health Sciences. All the faculties of Aalborg University are research oriented.

Aalborg University is well known for it’s special approach to education called “The Aalborg Experiment”. The Aalborg Experiment is a Problem Based Learning model of teaching in which students are focussed on practical projects. This system has been successfully introduced at AAU since the beginning of the University.

Read more about AAU at it’s website and Wikipedia .