Welcome to the seminar archives. To view the list of speakers for a seminar, use the links below. The seminar was sponsored by Cisco prior to Spring 2006, and by Qualcomm Inc from Fall 2006 to Spring 2013.

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Schedule

Mon., Jan. 22 Hierarchical Cooperation Achieves Optimal Capacity Scaling in Ad Hoc Networks

David Tse

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
UC Berkeley

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Mon., Feb. 5 Cooperative Networking - From Logarithms to Algorithms

Mehul Motani

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
National University of Singapore

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Fri., Feb. 16 Optimal Sampling and Reconstruction in Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) Systems

Yoram Bresler

Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

521 Cory (Hogan Room) , 3:10-4:00PM

Tues., Feb. 20 RF-DNA: Making RFIDs Physically Unique and Viral Economies for Digital Content

Darko Kirovski

Microsoft Research

HP Auditorium (Soda 306) , 1:10-2:00PM

Fri., Feb. 23 New Results and Open Problems for Deletion Channels and Related Synchronization Problems

Michael Mitzenmacher

Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Harvard University

521 Cory , 3:10-4:00PM

Mon., Feb. 26 Distributed Algorithms for Optimal Control of Wireless Networks

Edmund Yeh

Departments of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Statistics
Yale University

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Fri., March 2 Run-Length Coding of Biased Data and the Tunstall Source Coding Algorithm

Sharon Aviran

Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UCSD

521 Cory , 3:10-4:00PM

Mon., Mar. 5 Ultra-wideband Communications - the next generation

Stephan ten Brink

Wionics Research -- Realtek Group, Realtek Semiconductors, Irvine, CA

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Mon., Mar. 12 Random multi-access algorithms in networks with partial interaction: A mean field analysis

Charles Bordenave

Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences and Dept. of Statistics
University of California, Berkeley

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Mon., Apr. 2 Scheduling in 3G Wireless Networks: A Security Viewpoint

Sridhar Machiraju

Sprint Applied Research & Advanced Technology Labs

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Mon., Apr. 9 TCP-Aware Resource Allocation in CDMA Networks

Ashwin Sridharan

Sprint Applied Research & Advanced Technology Labs

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Fri., Apr. 20 Information-efficient writing

David JC MacKay

Professor of Natural Philosophy, and Gatsby Senior Research Fellow
Department of Physics, Cavendish Laboratory,
University of Cambridge

521 Cory (Hogan Room) , 3:10-4:00PM

Mon., Apr. 23 Functional Hierarchy: Representation and Modeling of Spatial Patterns of Brain Activation

Polina Golland

Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Fri., Apr. 27 Turbo Synchronization: an iterative solution to 'Code-Aided' parameter estimation

Cédric Herzet

Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley

521 Cory (Hogan Room) , 3:10-4:00PM

Mon., Apr. 30 A New Look at Quadratic Gaussian Network Compression

Aaron Wagner

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cornell University

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Mon., Apr. 30 Parametric Video Coding

David Bull

Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Bristol,UK

521 Cory (Hogan Room) , 4:10-5:00PM

Wed., May 9 On the Compression of Encrypted Sources Using Distributed Source Codes*

Daniel Schonberg

Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley

400 Cory Hall (Hughes Room) , 1:10-2:00PM

Mon., May 14 Rethinking the Minimum Distance: Channels With Varying Sampling Rate and Low Bit Error Rate Performance of LDPC codes*

Lara Dolecek

Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley

400 Cory (Hughes Room) , 2:10-3:00PM

Wed., May 16 Spectrum sharing and sensing: System design perspective

Danijela Cabric

Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley Wireless Research Center (2108 Allston Way #200) , 4:10-5:00PM

*This is the speaker's dissertation talk.
UC Berkeley Networking
Varun Jog and Vasuki Narasimha Swamy
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