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Giuseppe Durisi

Giuseppe Durisi, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology, information theory, communication theory, machine learning

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Invited talk at LSIT 2023

Invited talk on short packets over massive random-access channels at the 2023 London Symposium on Information Theory

Setting up a new Mac

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I’ve just got hold of a new Mac laptop to replace my previous one, which has started showing signs of aging. I thought it could be useful for the PhD student...

SSF project approved

The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research has granted a new project to our group

VR project approved

The Swedish Research Council has approved a new research project in our group

3 papers at ISIT 2021

Members of our group will present three papers at this year IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory

Vacancies in my team

I am looking for a PhD student and a Post-doctoral researcher to join my team

Invited presentation at PIMRC

Finite-blocklength information theory is an indispensable toolbox for the design of short-packet communication systems. In an invited presentation at this ye...

To appear in Trans. Inf. Theory

W. Yang, A. Collins, G. Durisi, Y. Polyanskiy, and H. V. Poor, “Beta-beta bounds: Finite-blocklength analog of the golden formula,” IEEE Tran. Inf. Theory, 2...

Paper at ISIT 2018

R. Devassy, G. Durisi, G. C. Ferrante, O. Simeone, and E. Uysal-Biyikoglu, “Delay and peak-age violation probability in short-packet transmission,” in Proc. ...

Welcome to my new blog!

Welcome to my new website–now hosted by github. I decided also to start a blog to help me summarizing regularly what I have been learning. This is the first ...

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