In 2021, I have presented my research in several conferences. Due to the covid-19 pandemic, all of these conferences turned virtual/hybrid. On the bright side, this was a chance to have my presentations recorded and ready to be shared afterward. Please find them below.
A short presentation of my Ph.D. thesis “Noncoherent Wireless Communications: Fundamental Limits and System Design”:
K.-H. Ngo, A. Lancho, G. Durisi and A. Graell i Amat, “Massive Uncoordinated Access With Random User Activity,” IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), 2021, pp. 3014-3019. PDF
K.-H. Ngo, G. Durisi, and A. Graell i Amat, “Age of information in prioritized random access,” 55st Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, CA, USA, Oct. 2021. PDF
K.-H. Ngo, N. T. Nguyen, T. Q. Dinh, T. -M. Hoang and M. Juntti, “Low-Latency and Secure Computation Offloading Assisted by Hybrid Relay-Reflecting Intelligent Surface,” International Conference on Advanced Technologies for Communications (ATC), 2021, pp. 306-311. PDF
K.-H. Ngo and S. Yang, “A Generalized Gaussian Model for Wireless Communications,” IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), 2021, pp. 3237-3242. PDF
K.-H. Ngo, F. Zhang, S. Yang and A. Nosratinia, “Two-User MIMO Broadcast Channel with Transmit Correlation Diversity: Achievable Rate Regions,” 2021 IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2021.
K.-H. Ngo, S. Yang, and M. Guillaud, “The Optimal DoF for the Noncoherent MIMO Channel with Generic Block Fading,” IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2021. PDF
K.-H. Ngo, S. Yang, M. Guillaud and A. Decurninge, “Noncoherent MIMO Multiple-Access Channels: A Joint Constellation Design,” IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2021. Extended PDF