Robin Klose pursues research in the field of ultra-reliable low-latency wireless communications. In emerging cyber-physical systems, like autonomous driving, it becomes increasingly important to enable autonomous machines to coordinate and react fast, anywhere and anytime. Robin Klose works on novel solutions to deliver messages quickly and reliably by means of synchronized relays using concurrent cooperative transmissions with broadband physical layers. With this, messages can reach recipients across multiple hops at very high reliability, at very low latency, and at high data rates, without involving centralized infrastructure.