I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Electrical Engineering Department of Northwestern University, working with Professor Dongning Guo. I finished my Ph.D. in UCLA under the supervision of Professor Richard Wesel, Communication System Laboratory .
My primary research interests include channel coding and information theory for communications and storage. My dissertation studies non-asymptotic analysis for feedback communication and the design of rate-compatible LDPC codes. I am also interested in channel coding techniques for flash memory storage.
Engineering-IV Room 66-124,
Department of Electrical Engineering,
University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Office: (310) 206-0956
Email: tsungyi DOT chen AT engineering DOT ucla DOT edu
or tsungyi DOT chen AT northwestern DOT edu
Some related courses that I have taken:
EE 231A Information Theory.
EE 231E Channel Coding.
EE 236A/B Linear and Convex Optimization
EE 232E Graph Theory and Network Flow
MATH 245A Real Analysis.
MATH 218A Probabilistic Method for Combinatorics.
MATH 275A Probability Theory
MATH 275B Martingales and Brownian Motion
MATH 275C Stochastic Processes