My area of research is information transfer. My main research interest is the characterization of fundamental limits for reliable and spectrally efficient communication. This website provides a finer look at the nature of my interests and contributions.
My official website at RUB is under construction.
(All publications can be found here.)
- Two-way communication
- A. Sezgin, A. Salman Avestimehr, M. Amin
Khajehnejad, and Babak Hassibi, "Divide-and-conquer:
Approaching the capacity of the two-pair bidirectional Gaussian relay
network", IEEE Transactions on Information
Theory, September 2011, accepted.
- A.S. Avestimehr, A.Sezgin, and D. Tse. "Capacity of the two-way relay channel within a constant gap", European Transactions in Telecommunications, 2010
- Interference Networks/ Interference Alignment
- A. Sezgin, S. A. Jafar, and H. Jafarkhani. “Optimal Use of Antennas in Interference Networks: A Tradeoff between Rate, Diversity and Interference Alignment”, Globecom 2009 in Honululu, HI, USA, Nov 30 - Dec 4, 2009
- B. Bandemer, A. Sezgin, and A. Paulraj. “On the Noisy Interference Regime of the MISO Gaussian Interference Channel”, Asilomar CSSC 2008, Pacific Grove, CA, USA , October 26-29, 2008
- F. Knabe and A. Sezgin. Achievable Rates in Two-user Interference Channels with Finite Inputs and (Very) Strong Interference. Asilomar SSC 2010 , Pacific Grove, CA , USA , November 7-10, 2010
- A. Chaaban and A. Sezgin. Interference Alignment and Neutralization in a Cognitive 3-User MAC-Interference Channel: Degrees of Freedom. IEEE CWIT 2011, BC, Canada, May 17-20, 2011
- M. Charafeddine, A. Sezgin, Z. Han, and A. Paulraj. Achievable and Crystallized Rate Regions of the Interference Channel with Interference as Noise. IEEE Trans. on Wireless Comm., vol.11, no. 3, pp.1100-1111, March 2012
- Information Theoretic Secrecy
- S. Al-Sayed and A. Sezgin. Secrecy in Gaussian MIMO Bidirectional Broadcast Wiretap Channels: Transmit Strategies. Asilomar SSC 2010 , Pacific Grove, CA , USA , November 7-10, 2010
- R. Wyrembelski, A. Sezgin, and H. Boche. Secrecy in Broadcast Channels with Receiver Side Information, Asilomar CSSC 2011, Pacific Grove, CA, USA, November 6-9, 2011
- A. Sezgin, E.A. Jorswieck, B. Bandemer, and A.Paulraj. “Tile based MIMO OFDMA systems: Impact of outdated feedback”, Asilomar CSSC 2008, Pacific Grove, CA, USA , October 26-29, 2008
- E.A. Jorswieck, A.Sezgin, B. Ottersten, and A.Paulraj, ''Feedback Reduction in Uplink MIMO OFDM Systems by Chunk Optimization'', EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, Special Issue ''MIMO Transmission with Limited Feedback'' , vol. 2008, Article ID 597072, 14 pages, 2008. doi:10.1155/2008/597072
- Antenna Selection
- C.-Y. Chen, A.Sezgin, J.M. Cioffi and A.Paulraj, ''Antenna Selection in Space-Time Block Coded Systems: Performance Analysis and Low-Complexity Algorithm'', IIEEE Transcactions on Signal Processing, vol.56, no. 7, pp. 3303-3314, July 2008
- A.Sezgin, E.A. Jorswieck and E.Costa, “LDC in MIMO Ricean Channels: Optimal transmit strategy with MMSE detection”, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol.56, no.1, pp. 313-328, January 2008
- A. Sezgin, E.A. Jorswieck and E.Costa, "Lattice-Reduction Aided Detection: Spatial Multiplexing versus Quasi-Orthogonal STBC", VTC 2004-Fall, Los Angeles, CA USA, September 26-29, 2004
- Signal Design/Space-Time Codes
- A.Sezgin and T.J. Oechtering, "Complete Characterization of the Equivalent MIMO Channel for Quasi-Orthogonal Space-Time Codes", IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.54, no. 7, pp. 3315-3326, July 2008
Aydin Sezgin received the Dipl.-Ing. (M.S.) degree in communications engineering and the Dr.-Ing. (Ph.D.) degree in electrical engineering from the TFH Berlin in 2000 and the TU Berlin, in 2005, respectively.
From 2001 to 2006, he was with the Heinrich-Hertz-Institut (HHI), Berlin.
From 2006 to 2008, he was a Post-doc and Lecturer at the Information Systems Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University.
From 2008 to 2009, he was a Post-doc at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California Irvine.
From 2009 2011, he was the Head of the Emmy-Noether-Research Group on Wireless Networks at the Ulm University.
In 2011, he was full professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at TU Darmstadt, Germany.
He is currently a full professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
His current research interests are in the area of information theory, communication theory, and signal processing with focus on applications to wireless communication systems.
He is currently serving as Editor for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and Area Editor for Elsevier Journal of Electronics and Communications.
- Conference paper with A. Chaaban received the best poster award at the IEEE Comm. Theory Workshop 2011.
- Conference paper  is finalist in the student paper contest at the Asilomar Conference on SSC in 2010.
- Nomination of journal paper  for the IEEE Signal Processing Young author best paper award.
- Recipient of the ITG-Förderpreis 2006, an award for outstanding dissertations in the area of information technology from the German Information Technology Society (ITG) .
- Recipient of the ``Ehrenurkunde'' of the TFH Berlin 2000, an certificate for outstanding performance in the diploma examination.
- Acceptance to the Siemens Student Program (now TOPAZ) in 1998 (Support program for the development of additonal qualifications for highly dedicated and qualified interns and student trainees. Proposed by Siemens superior)
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