Christian Motz was born in Vöcklabruck, Austria in 1990. From 2010 till 2015 he studied at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria in Hagenberg where he obtained his Bachelor degree in Hardware Software Design with distinction in 2013. In 2015 he finished his Master degree in Embedded Systems Design with distinction. He wrote his Master thesis in cooperation with the Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH in the field of pattern matching. His thesis deals with the efficient implementation of Weyl’s Discrepancy Measure for 2D image data. From June to December 2016 he was working for the Research Center for Non Destructive Testing GmbH (RECENDT). His research concentrated on LASER induced ultrasound based non destructive material testing. Since January 2017 Christian Motz has been a member of the Institute of Signal Processing at the Johannes Kepler University where he is working towards his PhD in cooperation with DMCE GmbH (Intel Linz) as a member of the CD laboratory for Digitally Assisted RF Transceivers for Future Mobile Communications., focusing his research on Receiver Interference Cancellation by means of adaptive signal processing methods.