Opening postdoctoral fellow position at CentraleSupélec, Paris area, France

  • The research project lies in the frontier between machine learning and wireless communications for large networks
  • 18 months (renewable) from Jan. 2019 or later
  • Complete CV, two references, and statement of research interests to 
  • Full description here


New preprints:

  • Z. Li, S. Yang, and S. Shamai (Shitz), "Linearly precoded rate splitting: Optimality and non-optimality for MIMO broadcast channels," submitted, available on Arxiv.
  • Q. Yan, S. Yang, and M. Wigger, "Storage, Computation, and Communication: A Fundamental Tradeoff in Distributed Computing," submitted, available on arXiv:1806.07565.

Recently accepted papers:

  • R. Combes, A. Ghorbel, M. Kobayashi, and S. Yang, "Opportunistic Content Delivery in Fading Broadcast Channels," accepted to IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, May, 2018.
  • R. Combes, A. Ghorbel, M. Kobayashi, and S. Yang, "Utility Optimal Scheduling for Coded Caching in General Topologies", arXiv:1801.02594, to be presented at ISIT 2018
  • Q. Yan, M. Wigger, and S. Yang, Placement Delivery Array Design for Combination Networks with Edge Caching", arXiv:1801.03048, to be presented at ISIT 2018

I am interested in information theory and wireless networking in general. Some recent and past research directions are:

  • Multi-antenna (MIMO) communication networks
  • Phase noise channels
  • Wireless networks with state feedback
  • Content delivery with caching
  • Distributed computing
  • Machine learning for wireless communications