Prof. Ishibashi and our lab members attended 41st Symposium on Information Theory and its Application (SITA) at Fukushima, Japan.
Prof. Ishibashi gave an invited talk titled “Theory and Practice of Wireless Communications with Stochastic Power Source” for “Lectures for Young Researchers”.
Our members, Shun, Kazuya, Tatsuhiro, and Takanori also presented their recent works.
Manato’s paper entitled “Repeat-Accumulate Signal Codes” has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Communications (IF 4.671). Congrats.
高井くんの論文「Repeat-Accumulate Signal Codes」のIEEE Transactions on Communications (IF 4.671) への採録が決定しました．おめでとうございます．
Our member, Takanori, has presented our recent results on International Symposium on Turbo Codes & Iterative Information Processing (ISTC) held at Hong Kong, China.
Title: Low-Complexity Generator Polynomial Search for Turbo-Trellis-Coded Spatial Modulation Using Symbol-based EXIT-Charts
Prof. Ishibashi has presented our recent results on Asia Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association (APSIPA) held at Honolulu, Hawaii.
Title: A Simple Message Passing Detector Based on QR-Decomposition for MIMO Systems
Our member, Tatsuhiro, has presented our recent results on 5th International Workshop on Smart Wireless Communications (SmartCom) held at Bangkok, Thailand.
Title of the poster presentation was “Empirical Model of Distributed Photovoltaics for Energy-Harvesting Wireless Communications”.
Our member, Shun, gave a presentation at Asilomar Signals, Systems, and Computers.
Title of the presentation was “ZigZag Decodable Frameless ALOHA”.
Prof. Ishibashi gave an invited keynote talk titled “Machines Talk Freely: Graph-based Design for Distributed Wireless Communications” at 15th Workshop on Positioning, Navigation and Communications (WPNC) held at Bremen, Germany.
Our members, Shun, Kazuya and Masaru also presented their recent results.
Title: Coded Frameless ALOHA
Title: Aggregate-Compression-Aided Subcarrier IQ Index Modulation
Title: ZigZag Decodable Coded Slotted ALOHA
We moved to room 423 in E-10 building.