Professor, and Interim Department Head
UIC Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Building & Room:
851 South Morgan St.Chicago, IL 60607
- Information Theory: ultimate performance limits of multi-terminal networks.
— Cache-aided networks.
— Distributed Coded Computing and Coded Data Shuffling.
— Index Coding: Pliable, Decentralized and Secure.
— Wireless interactive (cooperative, or cognitive or with feedback) interference networks. — Asynchronous massive access and sensor/IoT systems.
- Communication Theory: co-design of digital communication systems and sensing radar systems, and 5G systems.
— Low-latency high-reliability communications.
— Coexistence of communication and radar systems.
— Fundamental limits of data systems with estimation and control constraints.
- Biomedical AI: design of on-demand / adaptive / closed-loop feedback-controlled Deep Brain Stimulator (DBS) for patients with pathological tremor (i.e., Parkinson’s Disease and Essential Tremor). Potential application to epilepsy, depression, chronic pain, etc.
NSF, CIF: Small: Fundamental Tradeoffs Between Communication Load and Storage Resources in Distributed systems, PI (100%)
NSF, CIF: Medium: Delay, Reliability, Rate Tradeoffs in Wireless Broadcast Channels, co-PI (33.3%)
Editor of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 2010-2014, IEEE
Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 2014-2017, IEEE
Associate Editor of Elsevier Computer Communications Journal 2019-present, Elsevier
Board of Governor member IEEE Information Theory Society 2018-present, IEEE
2002, Best Paper Award, EW2002 (European Wireless)
2006, Career Award 0643954, NSF
2010, COE Faculty Research Award, UIC
2015, University of Illinois Scholar, University of Illinois
2020-2021, Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Information Theory Society
2021 - present, IEEE Fellow, IEEE
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Telecom-ParisTech (former Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications de Paris), Paris, France, 2002
M.S. (Laurea, summa cum laude) Electrical Engineering, specialization Communications Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy, 1998
Research Currently in Progress
Distributed Private Function Retreival; Coded Caching; Coded Distributed Shuffling; Pliable Index Coding; Fading Broadcast Channels in the finite-length regime.
Daniel Graupe, Daniela Tuninetti and Ishita Basu, “Apparatus for managing a neurological Disorder”; US 8,391,986 B2; Filed: 05/12/2009; Issued: 03/05/2013; Est. Priority Date: 05/13/2008.