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University of Minnesota Twin Cities
College of Science and Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

PI: Georgios B. Giannakis

Signal Processing for Networking and Communication Systems

This group’s research interests lie in the areas of statistical signal processing, wireless communications and networking, detection and estimation, time-series analysis, and system identification. Past areas have included (poly)spectra, wavelets, cyclostationary, and non-Gaussian signal analysis with applications to equalization, sensor array, and image processing. Current research topics focus on sparsity in signals and systems, cognitive radios, network coding, cross-layer designs, wireless sensor networks, smart grid, mobile ad-hoc networks, and social networks. The group uses MSI resources for performing intensive simulations to verify analytical findings and innovative algorithmic solutions.

Group Members

Daniele Angelosante, Research Associate
Brian Baingana, Graduate Student
Juan Andres Bazerque, Graduate Student
Alfonso Cano, Research Associate
Emiliano Dall’Anese, Graduate Student
Shahrokh Farahmand, Graduate Student
Pedro Andrés Forero, Graduate Student
Nikolaos Gatsis, Graduate Student
Vassilis Kekatos, Research Associate
Seung-Jun Kim, Research Associate
Guobing Li, Visiting Researcher
Morteza Mardani, Graduate Student
Antonio Garcia Marques, Staff
Gonzalo Mateos, Graduate Student
Eric Msechu, Graduate Student
Ketan Rajawat, Graduate Student
Javier Ramos, Visiting Researcher
Nasim Yahyasoltani, Undergraduate Student
Hao Zhu, Graduate Student