Intelligent Wireless Communications Lab.

About us

Our lab is Intelligent Wireless Communications Lab. Our primary research interest is to develop and analyze future wireless systems (beyond 5G and 6G) with information/communication theory, signal processing, and machine learning. Our current research directions include, but not limited to: advanced wireless system for B5G, machine learning for wireless, information security, and cell-free massive MIMO.


Openings

  • Intelligent Wireless Communications Lab. (IWCL) is now seeking prospective interns & graduate students who are interested in 6G communications and machine learning algorithms.

  • Please contact us (jinseokchoi@unist.ac.kr) with a brief introduction of yourself and Resume/CV.


News

[Feb. 2021] Min-Taek Oh has joined IWCL as a MS+PhD student. Welcome!

[Feb. 2021] Our paper "Block Orthogonal Sparse Superposition Code" is submitted to IEEE Int. Symp. on Inform. Theory (ISIT) 2021

[Jan. 2021] Our paper "Robust Learning-Based ML Detection for Massive MIMO Systems with One-Bit Quantized Signals," is accepted to IEEE Global Commun. Conf. (GLOBECOM) 2021

[Jan. 2021] Our paper "Sum Spectral Efficiency Optimization for Rate Splitting in Downlink MU-MISO: A Generalized Power Iteration Approach" is accepted to IEEE WCNC Workshop 2021

[Dec. 2020] Our new paper "Sum Spectral Efficiency Optimization for Rate Splitting in Downlink MU-MISO: A Generalized Power Iteration Approach" is submitted.

[Dec. 2020] Our paper "MIMO Design for Internet-of-Things: Joint Optimization of Spectral Efficiency and Error Probability in Finite Blocklength Regime" is submitted.

[Dec. 2020]. Our paper "Sum Secrecy Spectral Efficiency Maximization in Downlink MU-MIMO: Colluding Eavesdroppers," is accepted to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2020

[Nov. 2020]. Our paper, "Quantized Massive MIMO Systems with Multicell Coordinated Beamforming and Power Control," is accepted to IEEE Transactions on Communications, 2020


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