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Giuseppe Durisi, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology, information theory, communication theory, machine learning
My PhD student Fredrik Hellström successfully defended his PhD thesis
Two papers from our team at NeurIPS 2022 on information-theoretic generalization bounds
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research has granted a new project to our group
Our funding proposal on information-theoretic generalization bounds for learning and metalearning has been approved
Joint detection and decoding for short-packet transmission
4 papers at this year’s Asilomar conference from our team
The Swedish Research Council has approved a new research project in our group
Plenary talk at the 2021 Information Theory Workshop
Members of our group will present three papers at this year IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
We have just uploaded the matlab code to reproduce the results reported in two recently published papers
Two postdoctoral researchers in our team received prestigious individual fellowships
A general approach to derive bounds on the generalization error of randomized learning algorithms—to appear in the Journal on Selected Areas in Information T...
How should one design a massive MIMO system so that it can support URLLC? In a recent article, we provide guidelines based on nonasymptotic information theory
I am looking for a PhD student and a Post-doctoral researcher to join my team
A survey of good coding schemes for the transmission of short packets
Interview on massive machine-type communications for the Cognitive Networks Technical Committee Newsletter
Slides of our Globecom tutorial—short-packets communications: fundamentals and practical coding schemes
I am looking for 2 postdoctoral researchers and 1 PhD student who would like to join my team
A new research project in our team sponsored by WASP
A new research project in our team sponsored by VR
Finite-blocklength information theory is an indispensable toolbox for the design of short-packet communication systems. In an invited presentation at this ye...
Fredrik Hellström has joined our team as new Ph.D. student
The following two papers will soon appear in the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory:
Fourth part of my series of posts about the design of URLLC through finite-blocklength information theory: the metaconverse theorem.
Third part of my series of posts about the design of URLLC through finite-blocklength information theory: the random-coding union bound with parameter s.
Presentation at the TUM-COM workshop on URLLC communications
Second part of my series of posts about the design of URLLC through finite-blocklength information theory: the binary-input AWGN channel and its fundamental ...
R. Devassy, G. Durisi, G. C. Ferrante, O. Simeone, and E. Uysal-Biyikoglu, “Reliable transmission of short packets through queues and noisy channels under la...
Over the last eight months, I have been working together with many colleagues in the Information and Communication Technology Area of Advance at Chalmers on...
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...
An updated version of these notes can be found here
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 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 ...