Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences
Current research topics
His latest publications (2009-2011) deal with information theoretic limits and coding in cooperative communications, fundamental performance-complexity limits in communications, MIMO decoders, two-way relaying, isolation and connectivity in dense networks, queueing theory, crosslayer design, and soft-biometrics.
Current research interests
He seeks to provide practical algorithms and mathematical machinery that improve and analyze the speed-reliability performance and the complexity of different communication networks.
This is motivated by the fact that, just like performance (rate and reliability), implementation/computation complexity is a fundamental bottleneck with exponential costs, and in need of meaningful exposition.
A recent research interest also includes developing theory, techniques and algorithms for analyzing, designing and deploying large-scale cooperative surveillance networks, revealing the necessary resources and methods that render such systems useful, but also clearly and rigorously differentiating these from the resources that render such future systems an unacceptable intrusion on ordinary citizens.
Current research memberships
He has given invited talks, and recently a tutorial at the Crowncom conference 2010
He has served as a co-chair of WNC3 at Wiopt-2007, and has organized sessions such as at CROWNCOM-2010 and ISCCSP-2010
He has invited papers such as at Journal of "Comm-Software-Systems" (2006), MILCOM 2006, IZS-2008, 4th IEEE ASPWCS Workshop 2009, ITA 2010, EuWIT 2010