CPCC Student Seminar

CPCC Student Seminar Series

Quarter: Winter/Spring 2011
Time: Tuesdays 10:00-11:00 am (refreshments will be served at 9:50am).

Location: EH 2430

Winter/Spring 2011 Schedule



About the Talk

January 4

Sean O Rourke 

Closed-Loop Tracking Using Multimodal RF/EO Sensors

January 11

Prof. Mihaela van der Schaar, UCLA


Design Principles for Networked Communities

January 18

Prof. Animashree Anandkumar, UCI

 Learning Tree Structures: Analysis of Error Exponents

January 25

Jing Huang

Secure Communications via Cooperative Jamming in Two-hop Relay Systems

February 1

Maciej Kurant

Sampling Massive Online Graphs: Challenges, Techniques, and Applications to Facebook

February 8

No talk, ITA Workshop at UCSD!


February 15

Erdem Koyuncu

Beamforming in Wireless Networks using Quantized Channel State Information

February 22

Feng Jiang

Dynamic UAV Relay Positioning for the Ground-to-Air Uplink

March 1

Roberto Pagliari

Biologically Inspired Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks

March 8

Hulya Seferoglu

I2NC: Intra and Inter-Session Network Coding for Unicast Flows in Wireless Networks

March 15

No talk, Spring Break!


March 29

Serhat Nazim Avci

Hitless Recovery From Link Failures in Networks with Arbitrary Topology

April 5

Przemyslaw Pawelczak, post-doc at UCLA

System-Level Performance of Opportunistic Spectrum Access Networks

April 12

Liangbin Li

When Almouti Codes Meet Interference Alignment: Transmission Schemes for Multi-Antenna 2-User X Channel

April 19

Chenwei Wang

Degrees of Freedom of Layered Multi-hop X Networks

April 26

Boyu Li

Applications of the Golden Code in Multiple Beamforming Techniques

May 3

Konstantinos Nikitopoulos, CPCC post-doc

Algorithmic Design & Architectures for Future, Flexible, Many-Processor-System-on-Chip (MPSoC) Wireless Communications

May 10

Ali Fakoorian

Solutions for the MIMO Gaussian Wiretap Channel with a Cooperative Jammer

May 17

Muhammed Sayed Khairy

Statistical Approaches to Designing Reliable Communication Using Unreliable Components

May 24

No talk, room occupied by EECS!


May 31

Anh Le

11:00am-1:00pm, free pizza available!

Defense Against Pollution Attacks in Network Coding


This seminar is organized by graduate students: Serhat Nazim Avci, Pegah Sattari, Sanaz Barghi, and Ali Fakoorian.


This seminar is sponsored by CPCC. Special thanks to Prof. Hamid Jafarkhani and Prof. Lee Swindlehurst.

Last updated: May 2011