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M. Sc.

Roland Moch

Research Assistant

Institute of High Frequency Technology
RWTH Aachen University
Melatener Straße 25
52074 Aachen
Room 420, 1st floor
Telephone +49 241 80-27941
Fax+49 241 80-22641


January 2016 now Research Assistant, Institute of High Frequency Technology, RWTH Aachen University
May 2015 November 2015 Master Thesis in Cooperation with HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co., Optimization and Realization of a High Resolution Source Separation Method for Radar Signals on an Embedded Multi Core System
October 2014 May 2015 Internship in the region of advanced driver assistance systems at HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co.
October 2009 November 2015 Studies of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Computer Engineering with Major Field of Study in Computer Engineering, RWTH Aachen University

Main Research and Projects

Robot-based measurements
Spherical near-field antenna measurements
General antenna measurement techniques
Tomographic 3D radar imaging
Radar cross-section measurements


Moch, R.; Gemmer, T. M.; Heberling, D.
Spherical Antenna Measurements Performed in a Robot-Based mm-Wave Test Range
15th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) , page 1-5.
Düsseldorf (Germany)
Moch, R.; Heberling, D.
Height Profiles of Typical Automotive Landmarks Using Tomographic Compact-Range Measurements
14th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) , page 1-5.
Moch, R.; Heberling, D.
Robot-Based Antenna and Radar Measurement System at the RWTH Aachen University
AMTA 42nd Annual Meeting and Symposium , page 1-5.
Newport, RI (USA)
Moch, R., Gemmer, T. M.; Heberling, D.
Amplitude and Phase Uncertainty Analysis due to Cable Flexing in Robot-Based Measurement Systems
AMTA 42nd Annual Meeting and Symposium , page 1-5.
Newport, RI (USA)
Wang, X. Y.; Dallmann, T.; Moch, R.; Heberling, D.
ISAR Tomography for Full-Polarimetric 3-D Radar Cross-Section Measurements
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 67(4):2853-2858
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Exercises, Laboratories, Projects
Communications Engineering Laboratory
Hochfrequenztechnisches Praktikum
Supervised Theses
Master Thesis Development of a Motion-Capable Model for a Robot-Based Antenna Measurement System to Asymptotically Simulate Scattering-Induced Interference in the Millimeter-Wave Range
Master Thesis Polarimetric Evaluation of Scattering Mechanisms of Automotive Landmarks
Master Thesis Modelling and Experimental Verification of Radar Measurements Affected by Thin Waterfilms
Master Thesis Analysis of Correlated Signals onto the Source Separation Performance of Estimations Techniques
Master Thesis Evaluation of a 24 GHz FMCW radar module and range optimization for use as a weather radar
Master Thesis (external) Setup and Evaluation of a MIMO Radar Sensor Network together with a Signal-Theoretical and Experimental Validation
Master Thesis (external) Development and realisation of a MATLAB based radar controller for a coherent MIMO radar with an integrated digital beamforming processor
Master Thesis (external) MRI-Compatible Multi-Gigabit Data Link for Digital PET-MRI
Master Thesis (external) Implementation and Analysis of a Smartphone and Vehicle Sensor Fusion
Master Thesis (external) Evaluation of Interference Mitigation Algorithms in 77 GHz Radar Systems