Board of Directors

 Dr.-Ing. Ingo Viering, CEO and Founder

Before founding Nomor Research, Ingo was working for Siemens as a consultant in all air interface related areas. Located directly on the interface between research and reality, he coordinated many collaborations between universities and Siemens. Furthermore, he acted as backoffice for the 3GPP standardization where, among others, he was the driving force for several work item launches. He was also involved in detailed early evaluation of alternative technologies such as Flash-OFDM, WiMAX, LTE and others. He is still consulting Nokia Siemens Networks in research, standardization, as well as strategic matters. Ingo got his Dr.-Ing. from University of Ulm in 2003. During this time, he collaborated with Siemens in particular on Smart Antenna technologies. He spent a research stay with the “Telecommunications Research Center  Vienna (FTW)”, where he conducted early measurements of the MIMO channel. He graduated 1999 at Darmstadt University of Technology. He has filed around 40 patents and published more than 30 scientific papers. Since 2007 he is Senior Lecturer at Munich University of Technology.


Dipl.-Ing. Eiko Seidel, CTO

Eiko Seidel received his Electrical Engineering degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in Information Technology at the University of Technology Dresden in 1995. After a temporal employment at Honeywell Inc., Arizona in the field of Satellite Communication, he joined Panasonic R&D Center Germany GmbH in the field of UMTS research and led the Mobile Radio Network research team. Eiko has been involved in many internal projects and EU research projects and contributed actively to UMTS and LTE standardisation since the establishment of 3GPP, where he attended different Radio Access Network working groups mainly RAN1 and RAN2. Besides his numerous 3GPP contributions, he contributed to several books, has published more then 20 articles at international conferences and in magazines, and has filed over 100 patents and patent applications.  Some of his patents deem to be essential to UMTS, CDMA2000 and WiMAX. He is still engaged in research on future mobile communication systems such as 3GPP LTE and LTE Advanced, specific topics include radio resource management, scheduling, self-organizing networks, QoS as well as future radio network architectures. Eiko is active lecturer for LTE and LTE Advanced for several international training institutes and is regularly invited to speak at European industry conferences.