Sebastian Cammerer is a Senior Research Scientist at NVIDIA working on the intersection of wireless communications and machine learning. Before joining NVIDIA, he received his PhD in electrical engineering and information technology from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, in 2021. He is one of the maintainers and core developers of the Sionna open-source link-level simulator. His main research topics are machine learning for wireless communications and channel coding. Further research interests include accelerated computing for wireless signal processing and information theory. He is recipient of the VDE ITG Dissertationspreis 2022, the IEEE SPS Young Author Best Paper Award 2019, the Best Paper Award of the University of Stuttgart 2018 & 2021, the Anton- und Klara Röser Preis 2016, the Rohde&Schwarz Best Bachelor Award 2015, and third prize winner of the Nokia Bell Labs Prize 2019.