Supervision

Post Docs 

  1. Alessandro Chiumento, Internet of Complex Things, 2018, TCD
  2. Indrakshi Dey, Cross-Layer Full-Duplex Design for M2M Communications, 2017-2018, TCD
  3. Harun Siljak, Complexity and Control of Distributed Massive MIMO, 2017-2018, TCD
  4. Adam Narbudowicz , Wireless Security and Privacy for IoT, 2017-2018, Dublin Institute of Technology
  5. Hamid Saeedi-Sourck, Graph Signal Processing, 2017-2018, TCD
  6. Neal McBride, Complex Systems Science for Communication Networks, 2016-2018, TCD
  7. George Ropokis, Cognitive Radio Networks, 2016-2018, TCD
  8. Arman Farhang, PHY Layer Aspects of 5G, 2015-2018, TCD
  9. Majid Butt, Energy Harvesting, Caching, Spectrum Sharing, 2015-2017, TCD
  10. Laura Ingolotti, LSA System Level Simulation, 2014-2015, TCD

Ph.D. students 

  1. Andrea Bonfante, Addressing the future wireless network capacity scaling trough massive MIMO and millimetre Wave technologies and a user centric networking, 2017-2018, TCD & Nokia Bell Labs
  2. Ramy Amer, Caching in 5G Networks, 2016-2018, TCD
  3. Fadhil Firyaguna, System Level Studies in Dense mmWave Networks2016-2018, TCD
  4. Merim Dzaferagic, Application of Complex Systems Science to Communication Networks, 2015-2018, TCD
  5. Conor Sexton, Physical Layer Adaptations to Support Resource Sharing in Next Generation Wireless Networks, 2015-2018, TCD
  6. Parna Sabeti, Waveforms and Multiple Antenna Signal Processing, 2015-2018, TCD
  7. Neal McBride, Monte Carlo Methods on Complex Networks, 2013-2016, TCD
  8. Carlo Galiotto, Scaling Wireless Network Capacity through Ultra-Dense Small-Cell Deployment, 2012-2016, TCD
  9. Francisco Paisana, Spectrum Sharing Techniques for Radar Bands, 2012-2016, TCD
  10. Pedro Alvarez, Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation for Open Access and Long-Reach Passive Optical Networks, 2012-2016, TCD
  11. Arman Farhang, Multiuser Communications for Next Generation Wireless Networks, 2012-2015, TCD
  12. Osama Alrabadi, MIMO Communication Using Single Feed Antenna Arrays, 2008-2010, Aalborg University & Athens Information Technology

Supervision of Master and Bachelor students’ theses

  • 22 Master theses
  • 12 Bachelor theses

Topics: multiple antenna techniques, spectrum sensing, waveform design, flexible spectrum usage, game theory applied to flexible spectrum usage, e-healthcare, cognitive radio networks, complex systems science applied to communication, optical-wireless integration, 5G, LTE-A, IoT

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