Current research topics
- Communications and information theory for wireless networks
- High spectra efficiency techniques for 5G networks
- Distributed algorithms in cooperative wireless networks
- Cognitive radio
Current research interests
- David Gesbert heads EURECOM's Mobile Communication Department and Communication Theory Group
- His research activities are in the area of theory and design of communication systems, multi-user MIMO systems, cooperative transmission
- At the MAC layer focus is on scheduling algorithms with full and partial channel state information
- Finally, at the network level, major interest is on distributed multi-cell scheduling and resource allocation, self-organizing wireless networks
Current research memberships
- He co-edited five special issues of journals in wireless communications
- He served two terms in the IEEE Signal Processing for Communications Technical Committee
- He's an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking
- He was co-organizer and technical chair of several research symposia
- D. Gesbert is a Fellow Member of the IEEE
D. Gesbert has published over 200 papers and several patents all in the area of signal processing, communications, and wireless networks.
Prof. David Gesbert is included in the Thomson Reuters list of "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds for 2014"
- Has received the Fellow distinction from IEEE (2011)
- Best Paper Award 2012 of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine
- He authored or co-authored papers winning the 2004 IEEE Best Tutorial Paper Award (Communications Society) for a 2003 JSAC (Journal on Selected Areas in Communications) paper on MIMO systems,
- 2005 Best Paper (Young Author) Award for Signal Proc. Society journals.