Information System Laboratory was founded in 2016 as a part of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ajou University. Our research focuses on algorithms for information processing, their mathematical analysis, and a broad range of applications. Core topics include information and coding theory, probabilistic graphical model, optimization, and wireless communications.
We are always on the lookout for highly motivated students interested in our research topics. There are 1~2 open positions for Ph.D./M.S. students starting Fall-2017/Spring-2018. Each student will be supported for full tuition and stipend. If you are interested in, please feel free to contact me.
- S. Kim, N. Lee and S.-N. Hong, "Uplink Massive MIMO Systems with One-Bit ADCs: A Low-Complexity Weighted Minimum Distance Decoding," submitted to GLOBECOM'2017.
- Y.-S. Jeon, S.-N. Hong and N. Lee, "Supervised-Learning-Aided Communication Framework for Massive MIMO Systems with Low-Resolution ADCs," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Oct. 2016. (some part of this paper is accepted to ICC'2017)
- S.-N. Hong, S. Kim and N. Lee, "Uplink Multiuser Massive MIMO Systems with Low-Resolution ADCs: A Coding-Theoretic Viewpoint," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Oct. 2016. (some part of this part is accepted to WCNC'2017)
- S.-N. Hong, I. Maric, D. Hui and G. Caire, "On the Achievable Rates of Virtual Full-Duplex Relay Channel," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Apr. 2016.
- S.-N. Hong, I. Maric and D. Hui, "Capacity-Achieving Rate-Compatible Polar Codes," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Jan. 2016. (under revision)