Giuseppe Durisi

Biträdande professor, Elektroteknik

Giuseppe Durisi är biträdande professor i kommunikationssystem och informationsteori. Dr. Durisis forskningsintressen ligger inom kommunikations- och informationsteori samt compressed sensing. Ett av målen med hans forskning är att utveckla nya kommunikationsstrategier som klarar kraven från framtida trådlösa kommunikationsnätverk. Dr. Durisi är Senior Member i IEEE.
  • SSY210- Information theory (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017)
  • LET271-Electrical measurements: systems and methods (2014-2018)
  • SSY270-Advanced topics in communication theory (2013)
  • Network Information Theory (PhD, course, 2012)
  • MVE251-Probability and random processes (2016)
  • SSY135-Wireless communications (guest lecturer, 2012-2017)



PhD student positions

Post-doctoral positions

  • Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships within the European H2020 framework program. If you are interested to apply to one of these fellowships to join my team, get in touch as soon as possible. Next deadline: September 12, 2018.
Master theses
  • I am permanently looking for mathematically inclined candidates interested in pursuing a master thesis in the general areas of information theory, communication theory, and machine learning. Note: you need to be a master student at Chalmers to apply for a master thesis. 
Post-Doctoral Students​​
  • Guido Ferrante: finite-blocklength information theory, machine learning
Ph.D. Students
  • Johan Östman (September 2015-present): Ultra-reliable low-latency communications [co-supervised with Prof. Erik Ström]
  • Sven Jacobsson (March 2015-present): Massive MIMO with low precision converters [industrial PhD student at Ericsson Research]
  • Kamran Keykhosravi (March 2015-present): Information theory for fiber-optic channels [co-supervised with Prof. Erik Agrell]
  • Rahul Devassy (August 2013 - present): fading networks at finite blocklength
  • Yasaman Ettefagh (October 2017 - present): Next-generation multiantenna wireless architecture
Master Students
  • None currently
Former Ph.D. Students
  • Wei Yang (Chalmers, 2015), now with Princeton University, NY, USA [PhD thesis]
  • Patrick Kuppinger (ETH Zurich, 2011, co-supervised with Prof. Helmut Bölcskei), now with Bank Vontobel, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Veniamin I. Morgenshtern (ETH Zurich, 2010, co-supervised with Prof. Helmut Bölcskei), now with Stanford University, CA, USA
  • Ulrich Schuster (ETH Zurich, 2009, co-supervised with Prof. Helmut Bölcskei), now with Ubitricity, Berlin, Germany

Publicerad: må 04 jun 2012. Ändrad: lö 09 jun 2018