Wireless Foundations is a communications research center dedicated to providing the theory and algorithms for tomorrow's wireless systems. The center is comprised of 6 core faculty members, 26 graduate students, and 3 postdocs in the EECS Department at UC Berkeley whose interests include information theory, communications, signal processing, and coding theory. We are located in 264 Cory Hall in The Eugene and Joan C. Wong Center for Communications Research, a newly renovated space that facilitates discussion and interaction between graduate students and faculty. Our facility's renovation was partially funded by a very generous grant from Qualcomm Inc.
- Congratulations to Krish Eswaran, Anand Sarwate, June Wang, Salman Avestimehr, Alex Dimakis, Lenny Grokop, Animesh Kumar, and Rahul Tandra for passing their quals!
- Dr, Mukund Thattai, faculty member at The National Center for Biological Sciences gave two talks, "Gene networks in theory and practice" and "Encoding evolvability," during his visit this summer.
- Rajiv Laroia, senior vice president of engineering for Qualcomm Flarion Technologies, visited in June and gave a talk on "Lessons Unlearned in Wireless."
See what is coming up this week in the NetCommDSP Seminar.