Elvin Isufi
                                             Ph.D. Student
                                                           Circuits and Systems
                                                              Delft University of Technology

Office: HB 17.130,
Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD,
Delft, The Netherlands.
Phone: +31 152782259

Short bio

I was born in Albania in 1989. I received my Master degree (cum laude) in Telecommunications and Electronic Engineering from University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy in 2014. I was co-supervised by Prof. Paolo Banelli and Prof. Geert Leus.

From Nov. 2013 to Aug. 2014 I was a visiting member at Circuits and Systems group, Delft University of Technology.

Since Nov. 2014 I'm pursuing my Ph.D. degree on signal processing on graphs under the supervision of Prof. Geert Leus. My primarily interest are on ARMA graph filters, graph-time analysis of network signals, network anomaly detection and stochastic analysis of graph processes. I have also particular interest in network coding and underwater routing.

In Nov. 2016 I have been granted by the Erasmus+ project for short exchange programme. In Nov. 2013 I have been granted by the Erasmus Placement project for mobility exchange. In May 2013 I have been awarded as student of excellence (the award recognises distinguished students in their academic career) by the Faculty of Engineering, University of Perugia. From Sep.2008 to Apr. 2014 I was continuously among the beneficial of AdisuPG scholarship (the scholarship had a yearly extension based on the study performance).

In my spare time I enjoy cooking, playing chess, semi-professional photography and watching football.

Professional Activities

Supervisor Activities: Since Sep. 2016 I'm co-supervising the MSc student Ashvant Mahabir working on his master thesis on network anomaly detection.

Reviewer Activities: Elsevier Signal Processing, IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, EUSIPCO 2017, CAMSAP 2017.

Teaching Activities: Fall 2015, Teaching assistant for Estimation and Detection class.