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Academic activities

Current research topics

  • Tensor decompositions & modeling
  • Blind/semi-blind estimation
  • Intelligent reconfigurable surfaces
  • Massive MIMO & mmWave systems
  • Low-rank filtering methods

PhD theses 

  • Gilderlan T. de Araújo –  Channel Estimation for Intelligent Reflective Surfaces (2019-present).
  • Raimundo N. C. da Silva – Tensor Methods for Prediction in Large-Scale Time Series (2018-present).
  • Amarilton L. Magalhães – Multilinear Signaling for MIMO Communication Systems (2018-present).
  • Mikus Grasis – Low-Rank Modeling and Multilinear Filtering (2018-2020). Co-supervised with Prof. Martin Haardt.
  • Bruno Sokal – Tensor-Based Methods for MIMO Systems and Reflecting Surfaces (2017-present). Co-supervised with Prof. Martin Haardt.
  • Christoph Enneking – Multiple Access Interference in Satellite Navigation (2017-2020). Co-supervised with Prof. Felix Antreich.
  • Emanuel Dario Rodrigues Sena – Distributed Optimization Approaches for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks (2015- 2020).
  • Lucas Nogueira Ribeiro – Tensor Methodos for Large-Scale Signal Processing in Multi-Antenna Systems (2016-2019), defended in October 2019 at UFC.
  • Paulo Ricardo Barbosa Gomes – Tensor Methods for Array Processing and Channel Estimation in Wireless Communication Systems, defended in October 2018 at UFC.
  • Samuel Tumelero Valduga – Transceievr Design for Massive MIMO Systems: Approaches Based on Matrix Completion, Beam Selection and Random Pilots, defended in February 2018 at UFC.
  • Leandro Ronchini Ximenes – Tensor-based MIMO Relaying Communication Systems, defended in March 2015 at I3S. Co-supervised with Dr. Gérard Favier.
  • Alex Pereira da Silva – Techniques tensorielles pour le traitement du signal: algorithmes pour la décomposition canonique polyadique, defended in July 2016 at GIPSA-Lab. Co-cupervised with Dr. Pierre Comon.
  • Michele Nazareth da Costa – “Tensor Space-Time Coding for MIMO Wireless Communication Systems” defended in 2014. Co-tutelle UNICAMP-UNS/I3S. Co-supervised with Dr. Gérard Favier.
  • Manuel Binelo – “Analysis and Conception of Robust MIMO Systems for Small Size Mobile Terminals”, defended in 2013 at UFC. Co-supervised with Prof. Rodrigo Cavalcanti.

Post-docs

  • Francisco Hugo Costa Neto – “MIMO Systems Assisted by Intellligent Reflecting Surfaces”, Federal University of Ceará (2020-2021)
  • Paulo R. B. Gomes – “Tensor-Based Channel Estimation for Intellligent Reflecting Surfaces Assisted MIMO”, Federal University of Ceará (2021-present)
  • Daniel C. Araújo – “Machine Learning for Beam Management in 5G Networks”, Federal University of Ceará (2018-2019)
  • Khaled N. R. Ardah – “Hybrid Architectures for mmWave MIMO Systems”, Federal University of Ceará (2018)
  • Leandro R. Ximenes  – “Tensor-based Cooperative MIMO Communications”, Federal University of Ceará (2015-2016)

Teaching

  • Signals and Systems
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Communication Systems
  • Laboratory of Signal Processing for Communications
  • Linear and Multilinear Algebra (post-graduate school)