Paulus Guter

Paulus Guter, M.Sc.


FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Lehrstuhl für Elektrische Smart City Systeme

Room: Raum 01.029
Cauerstraße 7
91058 Erlangen

About Me

In June 2023, Paulus completed the consecutive Master’s programme in “Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology” at FAU. He had also previously completed the Bachelor’s degree at FAU. In addition to his studies, Paulus was active in the ETG Kurzschluss, where he managed the CONTACT fair in 2014-2016, among other things, and in the student council, where he was the lead author of the student climate protection concept 2019, among other things. Since October 2023, he has been working as a research assistant at the Chair of Electric Smart City Systems, where he previously also wrote his master’s thesis. He is particularly interested in the topic of “Green Safe Smart City”, in which sustainability, safety and digitalisation come together. He is also interested in interdisciplinary collaboration and science communication. The focus is currently on setting up a “6G Future Lab”, which is taking place as part of the “6G Platform Germany” project.

Academic CV

since 10/2023 Researcher
Chair of Electrical Smart City Systems
Department Elektrotechnik-Elektronik-Informationstechnik (FAU)
04/2018-06/2023 M.Sc. in Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Master Thesis: “Analyzing the requirements and impact of vehicular telecommunications on Green and Safe Smart Cities”
Stay abroad at the “Universidade Federal do Paraná” in Curitiba (Brazil) in 2018
10/2013-04/2019 B. Sc. in Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Bachelor Thesis: “Decodierung von Multilevel-Codes für MIMO-Übertragungssysteme mit Entzerrung durch Lattice Basis Reduktion”
Stay abroad at the “Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina” in Buenos Aires in 2017


Research Interests

  • Green Safe Smart City
  • Interdisciplinary cooperation and science communication
  • Establishment of a 6G Future Lab within the context of the 6G Platform Germany


6G Future-Lab







Student Theses