As founders of Creonic we, Dr. Matthias Alles and Dr. Timo Lehnigk-Emden, stand for high quality and state-of-the art products. We offer years of experience in the field of simulation and implementation for ASICs and FPGAs. Our list of selected publications gives a comprehensive overview.
 

Matthias Alles, PhD

 
2001 - 2006 Studies of information technology "with distinction" at University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, reinforcing information processing with main focus on digital circuit design and digital signal processing.
2005 Thesis: "A flexible IRA LDPCC Decoder Architecture for FPGAs".
2006 Diploma thesis: "Synthesisable IP Cores for Irregular LDPC Code Decoding Based on Highly Flexible Architecture Templates".
2006 - 2010 PhD at the research group "Microelectronic Systems Design", University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. Focuses: Implementation of standard-compliant channel decoders for LDPC codes and turbo codes, multi-standard decoder architectures. Contributions to five research and five industry projects.
2006 - 2010 Working as a freelancer in the field of RTL design.
2010 PhD thesis: "Implementation Aspects of Advanced Channel Decoding", grade "with distinction".
since 2010 Managing Partner of Creonic.
 

Timo Lehnigk-Emden, PhD

 
1999 - 2005 Studies of electrical engineering at University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, reinforcement of communications technology.
2004 Thesis: "Rekonstruktion der Höhe von topographischen Objekten mit Hilfe der digitalen Bildverarbeitung".
2004 Internship at Alcatel Lucent in Stuttgart, Germany in the field of fiber optic.
2005 Diploma thesis: "LDPC Decoding Algorithms under Quantization Effects".
2010 Internship at Xilinx headquarters in San Jose, California in the field of high-level synthesis for FPGA (AutoESL).
2005 - 2010 Scientific employee at the research group "Microelectronic Systems Design", University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. Focuses: analysis and simulation of non-binary LDPC codes and non-binary turbo codes. Contributions to five research and five industry projects.
2011 PhD thesis: "Implementation and Simulation Aspects of Advanced Non-Binary Iterative Coding Schemes".
since 2010 Managing Partner of Creonic.