Dr. Nitin Jonathan Myers

I am a tenure track Assistant Professor in the Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft. My research interests lie in robust signal processing and data-driven optimization, with applications to communications and sensing. My resume is available here.

If you are a student at TU Delft and my research interests you, please feel free to reach out to me at N.J.Myers@tudelft.nl.

Short background: I received a PhD in ECE, under the supervision of Prof. Robert W. Heath Jr., from the University of Texas at Austin in 2020. I obtained a Dual degree (B.Tech, M.Tech) in Electrical Engg. from IIT Madras in 2016.

Until recently, I worked as a Senior Engineer in the 5G Modem R&D team of Samsung Semiconductor Inc., San Diego. And before starting my PhD, I worked at Samsung Research Institute-Bangalore in their Advanced Technology Labs.

Latest posts

  • InFocus is now accepted to the IEEE Trans. on Wireless Commun. (Aug '21)[Codes]

  • Paper with Samsung San Diego on machine learning-aided channel estimation for 5G NR accepted in IEEE Globecom (Aug'21)

  • Paper on secure beamforming with low resolution phased arrays submitted to IEEE Trans. on Wireless Communications (Jul'21) [Video]

  • Paper on waveform design for joint communication-radar accepted in IEEE JSTSP Spl. issue on Recent Adv. in Automotive Radar Signal Process. (April '21)

  • Our team comprising my three GLUE undergraduate mentees is a First-runner up in the ICASSP '20 Video contest [Video]

  • Interested in quaternions and PCPs? Read our paper in IEEE Comm. Letters

  • Paper with my GLUE undergraduate mentee in ICASSP '20 [Video]

  • My internship at Qualcomm, San Diego led to four invention disclosures in the area of radar signal processing