Tie Liu

Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and
Center for Bioinformatics and Genomic Systems Engineering
Texas A&M University, College Station

Recent submissions:

Shuo Shao, Tie Liu, Chao Tian, and Cong Shen, "Multilevel diversity coding with secure regeneration: Separate coding achieves the MBR point," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, submitted November 2017.

Chung Chan, Ali Al-Bashabsheh, Qiaoqiao Zhou, and Tie Liu, "Duality between feature selection and info-clustering," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, submitted November 2016.

Research interest:

The main focus of my research has been in understanding the fundamental limits of wireless communication systems via the lens of information theory. In recent years, I have also ventured out into the fields of distributed storage, machine learning, and data structures, again using information theory as the primary exploration tool. My projects and papers provide a finer look at the nature of my research interest and the engineering scope of contributions.

I learned about information theory and how to do research in general from my Ph.D. advisors Prof. Pramod Viswanath and Prof. Pierre Moulin, to whom I am in debt forever.

Contact information:

301FA Wisenbaker Engineering Building
Mail Stop 3128
College Station, TX 77843, USA
Tel: (979) 862-2392
Email: tieliu@tamu.edu

Notes to prospective students:

I work very closely with my students and generally limit the size of my research group to 4-5. I welcome requests for assistantships as they help my recruiting effort. However, due to the large amount of requests that I receive every year, I have not been able to reply to the vast majority of them. I sincerely ask you not to be offended.

Tie Liu,
Sep 24, 2017, 11:22 AM