Π-CoLab
Privacy, Inference,
and Communications Labratoary

Ongoing Research Projects and Activities:


Project 1: An Information Theoretic Framework for Network Privacy

Internet users reasonably expect their online identities and web browsing activities to remain private. Unfortunately, this is far from the case in practice;in reality, users are constantly tracked on the internet.  As web tracking... Read More


 

 


Project 2: Optimal Code Structures in Network Communications

In this work, we investigate the structure of optimality achieving codes in multiterminal communications.  We divide these structures into two main categories:  Read More


 

 


Project 3: Multi-user Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks

Multi-user scheduling techniques such as non-orthogonal multiple-access (NOMA) have emerged as one of the key enabling technologies for 5G wireless networks.  The objective of the scheduler is to maximize the system utility... Read More


 

 


Project 4: Energy Efficient Communication over MIMO Channels

In this project, we investigate the rate-loss due to low resolution quantization in MIMO communications. We propose... Read More


 

 


Project 5: Feature Selection and Function Approximation

In this project, we propose a feature selection process based on the concept of dependency spectrum introduced in Project 2. At a high level, the process can be described as follows. We first start by finding the decomposition of the... Read More