2023-Q1: team updates
During this quarter, the following papers from my team have been accepted for publication:
A. O. Kislal, A. Lancho, G. Durisi, and E. Str ̈om, “Efficient evaluation of the error probability for pilot-assisted URLLC with Massive MIMO,” IEEE J. Sel. Areas Commun., 2023, to appear. [arXiv]
K.-H. Ngo, A. Lancho, G. Durisi, and A. Graell i Amat, “Unsourced multiple access with random user activity,” IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, 2023, to appear. [arXiv]
K.-H. Ngo, A. G. i. Amat, and G. Durisi, “Irregular repetition slotted ALOHA over the binary adder channel,” in Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Commun. (ICC), Rome, Italy, May 2023. [arXiv]
A. Lancho, G. Durisi, and L. Sanguinetti, “Cell-free massive MIMO for URLLC: A finite- blocklength analysis,” IEEE Trans. Wireless Commun., 2023, to appear. [arXiv]
Furthermore we have submitted for publication and posted on arXiv the following papers:
A. Munari, F. Lazaro, G. Durisi, and G. Liva, “The dynamic behavior of frameless ALOHA: Stability, throughput, and age of information,” Jan. 2023. [arXiv]
K.-H. Ngo, G. Durisi, A. G. i. Amat, P. Popovski, A. E. Kalor, and B. Soret, “Unsourced multiple access with common alarm messages: Network slicing for massive and critical IoT,” Feb. 2023. [arXiv]
Fredrik Hellström has successfully defended his PhD thesis on January 19, 2023 and remained in the group as a post-doctoral researcher during this quarter. He has been recently awarded a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship from the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program and will join Benjamin Guedj’s group at University College London in May as postdoctoral fellow.
Jayadev Naram has joined our team in January as PhD student working on information-theoretic generalization bounds. He received his Master of Science—Dual Degree in Computer Science and Engineering—from the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India. His PhD project is supported by a grant from the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program.
We will soon announce another PhD student vacancy within our SAICOM project on machine learning for wireless communication.
I’ve participated to the Information Theory and Tapas Workshop organized by Prof. Tobias Koch in January 2023, Madrid, Spain. There, I presented a talk entitled “Seeking information-theoretic bounds that explain generalization”. The slides of the talk are available on the workshop website.
I became director of Chalmers Master Program in Information and Communication Technologies (MPICT)