Tag Archives: Masaru_Oinaga

令和元年度 学生表彰

本研究室の原くん,大比良くん,高橋くん,追永くんが極めて優秀な研究活動を評価され,本学の学生表彰式において表彰されました.

Our members, Takanori, Kazuya, Ryuhei and Masaru were awarded for their outstanding academic performance.

AWARDED FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES.

本研究室のM2追永大くん(右)とB4谷津崚太くん(左)が在学中の極めて優秀な学業成績を認められ,「目黒会賞」を受賞しました.おめでとう.
Our members, Masaru Oinaga (right) and Ryota Yatsu (left) received the Meguro-kai Award for their outstanding academic performances. Congrats.

Presented at IEICE SeMI @ Online

本研究室の追永くんがオンラインで開催されたIEICE SeMI研究会にて発表を行いました。
発表題目は「端末の幾何学的配置構造を利用した非正則フレームレスALOHA」でした。[詳細]

Our member, Masaru, has presented our recent work in the IEICE SeMI conference held online.
The title of the presentation was “Irregular Frameless ALOHA Based on Geometric Structure of Devices.”[more]

 

Presented at ICOIN 2020

Prof. Ishibashi and our lab members attended IEEE International Conference on Information Networking (ICOIN) held at Barcelona, Spain. [link]

Our members, Takanori, and Masaru presented their recent works.

Title: Grant-Free NOMA Using Approximate Message Passing with Multi-Measurement Vector

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Title: Received-Power-Aware Frameless ALOHA for Grant-Free Non-orthogonal Multiple Access

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Presented at SITA 2019

Our members, Takanori, Hiroki, Masaru, and Ryuhei  have presented their recent works in 42nd Symposium on Information Theory and its Application (SITA) at Kirishima, Kagoshima, Japan.

本研究室の原くん、飯盛くん、追永くん、高橋くんが鹿児島県霧島市で開催された第42回情報理論とその応用シンポジウム(SITA)に出席しました。


原くんの発表題目:
近似メッセージ伝搬法に基づいた低計算量グラントフリー非直交多元接続
Takanori’s Presentation Title:
Low-Complexity Grant-Free Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access Based on Approximate Message Passing


飯盛くんの発表題目:
離散入力制約に基づく線形MMSEフィルタ設計
Hiroki’s Presentation Title:
Design of Discreteness-Aware Linear MMSE Filter


追永くんの発表題目:
ZigZag復号器を用いた符号化ALOHAに関する研究
Masaru’s Presentation Title:
On ZigZag-Decoder-Aided Coded Slotted ALOHA


高橋くんの発表題目:
超低電力通信のための OFDM 既知信号を用いた
遅延シフトキーイングとその最適復調法
Ryuhei’s Presentation Title:
OFDM Pilot-Aided Delay-Shift Keying and
Its Optimal Detection for Ultra-Low Power Communications

 

Accepted for Publication in the IEEE Access

Masaru’s paper entitled “Design of Coded ALOHA with ZigZag Decoder” has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Access (IF 4.098).

追永くんの論文「Design of Coded ALOHA with ZigZag Decoder」のIEEE Access (IF 4.098) への採録が決定しました.

Presented at SmartCom 2019

Our member, Masaru, has presented our recent results on 6th International Workshop on Smart Wireless Communications (SmartCom) held at Rutgers University Inn & Conference Center, NJ, USA.

Title of the poster presentation was “Received-Power-Aware Frameless ALOHA for Grant-Free Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access.” [more]

平成30年度 学生表彰

本研究室の尾形くん,大比良くん,川口くん,追永くんが極めて優秀な研究活動を評価され,本学の学生表彰式において表彰されました.

Our members, Shun, Kazuya, Tatsuhiro and Masaru were awarded for their outstanding academic performance.

詳細はこちら

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(左から尾形くん,追永くん,川口くん,大比良くん)

(From left to right: Shun, Masaru, Tatsuhiro, Kazuya)

Presented at WPNC 2018

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.

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Our members, Shun, Kazuya and Masaru also presented their recent results.

Title: Coded Frameless ALOHAIMG_2685.JPG

Title: Aggregate-Compression-Aided Subcarrier IQ Index Modulation
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Title: ZigZag Decodable Coded Slotted ALOHA
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Best Presentation Award at IEICE RCS

大比良和哉くん(左)がIEICE RCS研究会「初めての研究会」にて、最優秀発表賞を、追永 大くん(右)が優秀発表賞(第2位)をそれぞれ受賞致しました。平成30年度の初めての研究会では過去最多の39件の講演があり、10分の口頭発表および90分のポスター発表により審査が行われ、1件が最優秀発表賞、5件が優秀発表賞として表彰されました.学会および表彰の様子はコチラ

Our member, Kazuya Ohira (left), received the Best Presentation Award of Special Session for Beginners at IEICE RCS conference and Masaru Oinaga (right) received the Excellent Presentation Award (2nd position).  This year, 39 papers have been presented in the session. Every papers were evaluated through 10 mins short presentation and 90 mins poster presentation.