|vCard Josef Noll|
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| Josef Noll
Phone: +47 6484 4745
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University Graduate Center (UniK)
PObox 70, N-2027 Kjeller, Norway
Prof. stip. Dr. Josef Noll holds a professor stipend from the University of Oslo in the area of Mobile Services. Working areas include Mobile Authentication, Wireless Broadband Access, Personalised Services, Mobile-Fixed Integration and the Evolution to 4G systems. He is also Senior Advisor at Telenor R&I in the Products and Markets group, and Senior Advisor in Movation.
He was project leader of Eurescom's 'Broadband services in the Intelligent Home' and use-case leader in the EU `FP6 'Adaptive Services Grid (ASG)' projects, and has initiated a.o. the EU's 6th FP ePerSpace and several Eurescom projects.
Earlier he was Programme manager for the UMTS++ Mobile Broadband Access programme, co-ordinator for the beyond-UMTS co-operation with the Norwegian Technical University (NTNU), and project leader of the EURESCOM 'Public Bluetooth Access' , the 'Operator's Vision on Systems Beyond 3G' , '4G - the next frontier', the 'Service delivery', and the 'UMTS radio aspects' projects. Prior to that he was head of the 'Mobility and Personal Communications group' at Telenor R&D.
He joined UniK in 2005, and Telenor R&D in 1997, coming from the European Space Agency, where he was staff member (1993-1997) in the Electromagnetics Division of ESA ESTEC. His working areas included modeling of the surface emissivity of snow, ice and vegetation for microwave radiometry for MIRAS and MIMR, synergy of PMR and Scatterometer, and surface atmosphere interactions. He started at ESA in 1991, when he received a Research Fellowship from ESA's Research and Technology Centre, during which he was involved in modeling and measurements of soil moisture related to SAR campaigns (e.g. MAC'91, ERS/JERS'93).
He received his Dipl.-Ing. and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Bochum in 1985 and 1993. He worked as a Integrated Circuit Designer in 1985 with SIEMENS in Munich, Germany and returned to the Institute for Radiofrequency at the University of Bochum as a Research Assistant from 1986 - 1990. His research involved frequency selective antenna reflector modeling, antenna measurements and microwave remote sensing of natural targets.
- Research Issues, main focus on seamless service access, identity, and device communications.
- External references related to my research, including ETSI