Alexander Zeh, special Prize of the UFA Jury 2014 for his PhD
Alexander Zeh, PhD student from Polytechnique, receives the special Prize of the Université Franco-Allemande Jury 2014 for his work.
On November 21, Alexander Zeh receives the special Prize of the Université Franco-Allemande (UFA) Jury 2014 for his PhD entitled Algebraic Soft- and Hard-Decision Decoding of Generalized Reed–Solomon and Cyclic Codes, under the supervision of Martin Bossert and Daniel Augot. He worked as a PhD student both at University Ulm in Germany and at Polytechnique from 2008 until 2013.
Alexander Zeh studied electrical engineering at the University of Applied Science in Stuttgart, with the main topic automation technology. He received his bachelor degree in 2004. He continued his studies at University of Stuttgart until 2008, where he received a diploma in electrical engineering while also participating in the double-diploma program with Télécom ParisTech. Alexander Zeh is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Computer Science Department of the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.