SU Communication Lab

The Communication Laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of Syracuse University is a research group with a primary focus on statistical signal processing, communication and information theory. Major applications that are of current interest include:

  • Decentralized inference and information fusion
  • Interference channels
  • MIMO communication with airborne platforms
  • Software radio design

Research Assistant Positions

We are looking for Ph.D. students in 1) statistical inference; and 2) wireless communications. Motivated candidates with strong mathematical background are encouraged to send in their CV and transcripts to bichen@syr.edu. Note that due to the large volume of emails, only inquiries that deemed promising will get a response.

Recent News

Feb 2020: A recent work on presence detection using passive RF through deep learning was posted on arxiv. A news article about the work can be found here.

April 2018: Shengyu Zhu is one of the winners of the 2018 All University Doctoral Prizes. Congratulations!

August 2017: Dr. Biao Chen is appointed the John E. and Patricia A. Breyer Professor in Electrical Engineering.

July 2017: Prof. Biao Chen was awarded an NSF grant to research energy efficient spectrum access for wireless systems.

March 2017: Prof. Biao Chen was awarded an NSF EAGER grant to assist the participation of DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge.

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