Current Research Projects
Coding for relay-assisted down-link cellular networks: We study the effect of cooperation for general down-link system where the base station is assisted by LTE-style relays. We show that cooperation, in the form of superposition coding, rate splitting and interference cancellation outperforms non cooperative strategies in both overall throughput and energy efficiency.
Code Design for Multi-Terminal Networks: We investigate the problem of code design for multiterminal systems by seeking fundamental design guidelines and devised examples of code constructions that approach the theoretical optimum. While many codes are known to perform well on simple point-to-point channels, the problem of designing codes for networks with a larger number of users is still an open challenge.
Random Coding For General Multiterminal Networks: We focus on the problem of obtaining a general achievable region based on random coding arguments for a channel with any number of transmitters an receivers. Thought the use of graphical Markov models, we define a compact representation of any scheme combining coded time-sharing, rate-splitting, superposition coding and binning. From this representation it is also possible to readily obtain the corresponding achievable region.
Information of Speech by Other Professor
Quantum Information Theory
Professor Min-Hsiu Hsieh
11/02 13:20-16:20 & 11/03 09:00-11:50
Engineering Building 4 Room 824, NTCU
Here is the link to the speech lecture.
Information-theoretic Methods in Security
Professor Nicola Laurenti
Part I: Communication Aspects
12/29 13:20-16:20 @ ED203 & 12/30 09:00-12:00 @ ED103 & 12/31 13:20-16:20 @ ED203
Part II: Network Aspects
1/5 13:20-16:20 @ ED203 & 1/6 09:00-12:00 @ ED103 & 1/7 13:20-16:20 @ ED203
Here is the link to the short course information.