Research Focus:

       Modeling, Design and Analysis of Wireless Systems and Networks

Fields of Research:  

  • Cognitive Radio
  • Cooperative and Distributed Communications
  • Cross-layer Design and Optimization
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Harvesting
  • Error Resilient Coding and Error Control
  • Full Duplex
  • Green Communications
  • Medium Access Control  
  • MIMO and Diversity Systems
  • Multi-carrier and OFDM   
  • Performance Analysis and Evaluation
  • Radio Resource Management
  • Resource Allocation
  • Spectrum Sharing
  • Wireless Communications
  • Wireless Power Transfer


Main Course: TEL-260 Wireless Communications (2000-present)
Syllabus: Characterization of the radio propagation channel. Large-scale and Small-scale variations. Cellular concept. Interference. Digital communication techniques for wireless systems. Diversity techniques. Equalization. Performance analysis (capacity, BER, outage,...). Multiple access techniques. Spectrum Sharing. Mobile, cellular and personal communication systems.

Other Courses:
  • Tel-300 PS I: Advanced MIMO communication systems
  • Tel-300 PS I: Wireless ad hoc networks 
  • Tel-301 PS II: Cross-layer design and optimization  
  • Tel-302 PS III: Wireless networking 
  • Tel-350 LD I: Cognitive radio networks 
  • Tel-350 LD I: Performance analysis 
  • Tel-351 LD II: MIMO communication systems 
  • Tel-352 LD III: Radio resource management 
  • Tel-352 LD III: Modeling and analysis of wireless networks