- IST_presentation
- Throughput and Delay Analysis of MIMO Broadcast Channels with Partial CSI, Intel Workshop on Wireless and Smart Antennas, February 2004.
- Random Matrices, Integrals and Space-time Systems, DIMACS Workshop on Algebraic Coding and Information Theory, December 2003.
- On the Power-Efficiency of Sensory and Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks, Mini-Workshop on the Fundamentals of Sensor Webs, University of California, Berkeley, May 2003
- Wireless Networks: How do Things Scale?, ONR Communications Technology Review, Arlington, VA, May 2003
- On the Asymptotic Capacity of MIMO Broadcast Channels with Partial CSI, IEEE Communication Theory Workshop, Mesa, AZ, April 2003
- Some Asymptotic Results for Wireless Networks, Princeton-Rutgers
Lecture in Communications and Information Theory, March 2003
- Multi-antenna Communications: From Information Theory to Algorithms, Lucent Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Michigan, February 2003
- On the Power-Efficiency of Sensory and Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks,, NSF Workshop on Distributed Communications and Signal Processing for Sensory Networks, Northwestern University, December 2002
- On the Expected Complexity of Integer Least-Squares Problems, DIMACS (Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science) Workshop on Signal Processing for Wireless Transmission, Piscataway, NJ, October 2002
- Applications of Spaces with Indefinite Metrics, Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, University of Notre Dame, August 2002
- A Survey of Input-Output Methods in Robust Estimation, Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, University of Notre Dame, August 2002
- Space-Time Processing for Wireless Communications, EE Department Colloquium, UCLA, May 2002
- Multi-Antenna Communications: Information Theory and Algorithms, Information Theory Workshop, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, CA, February 2002
- Space-Time Processing for Wireless Communications, EE Department Colloquium, UC Riverside, January 2002
- On the Expected Complexity of Integer Least-Squares Problems, Seminar in honor of Tom Kailath's retirement, Stanford University, November 2001
- Space-Time Processing for Wireless Communications, Insitute for
Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) Hot Topics Workshop on Wireless
Networks, Minneapolis, MN, August 2001
- Space-Time Processing for Wireless Communications, NSF/ONR Workshop on Ad-Hoc Networks, Cornell University, June 2001
- Multi-Antenna Differential Modulation: From Fixed-Point-Free Groups to Cauchy Random Matrices, Networking, Communications and DSP Seminar, University of California, Berkeley, April 2001
- Some Problems in Multi-Antenna Communications, Stanford Wireless Seminar, Stanford University, May 2000