RESEARCH TOPICS
 

Mathematical Tools in Large Dimensions

At the core of the LANEAS research are theoretical advances in large dimensional random matrix theory, free probabiliy theory, game theory and mean field games, stochastic geometry and point processes, communication/ information theory.
 

Antenna Array and Network Signal Processing

Applications of our theoretical tools are made in the discipline of signal processing for large antenna arrays, such as improved detection and localization schemes, robust estimation methods, estimation under stationary noise.
 

Data Mining

A growing activity on BigData is taking place in the LANEAS group, with in particular research in random matrix methods for machine learning and sparse principal component analysis, along with distributed storage and caching techniques in networks.
 

Wireless Networks

Multi-cellular multi-user multi-antenna are at the core of the application-oriented research in the LANEAS group, with the performance analysis, precoder design, and topology improvement of multicell massive MIMO, small cells, and heterogeneous networks for the design of 5G.

VIDEO

Professor Mérouane Debbah for a lecture dedicated to 5G:

 

Teaching

The group has been actively providing courses in various academic institutions (all) around the world:
 

  • Inference Methods for Science and Engineering Applications (Master and PhD level: University of Oslo).
  • Statistical Signal Processing for Communications (Master level: Coltech, Vietnam).
  • Multi-Antenna Technologies (graduate level: ENSEIRB Bordeaux, Université of Avignon, Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie).
  • Random Matrix Theory and its applications to Wireless Communications (Master and PhD level: University of Oslo, University of Aalborg, INRIA, CentraleSupélec, Orange-Labs, Cambridge University).
  • Game Theory and its applications to Wireless Communications (Master and PhD level: University of Oulu, University of Oslo, CentraleSupélec, University of Modena).
  • Channel Modelling (Master SAR at CentraleSupélec).
  • Theoretical Foundations of Mobile Flexible Networks (Master SAR: CentraleSupélec).

Latest submissions

Pre-submission / Working document
06/18/2020
Article in a review
07/22/2019
Article in a review
05/23/2019
Smart radio environments empowered by reconfigurable AI meta-surfaces: an idea whose time has come
Marco Renzo, Merouane Debbah, Dinh-Thuy Phan-Huy, Alessio Zappone, Mohamed-Slim Alouini, Chau Yuen, Vincenzo Sciancalepore, George Alexandropoulos, Jakob Hoydis, Haris Gacanin, Julien de Rosny, Ahcène Bounceur, Geoffroy Lerosey, Mathias Fink
Communication on a congress
05/20/2019
Deep Learning for UL/DL Channel Calibration in Generic Massive MIMO Systems
Chongwen Huang, George Alexandropoulos, Alessio Zappone, Chau Yuen, Mérouane Debbah
Communication on a congress
04/15/2019
QoS-aware Power Allocation and Relay Placement in Green Cooperative FSO Communications
Ganesh Prasad, Deepak Mishra, Kamel Tourki, Ashraf Hossain, Merouane Debbah
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