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SUMMARY:The Math in Wireless
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Arogyaswami Paulraj\nStanford University\nInformation
Systems Laboratory (ISL)\n232 David Packard Electrical Engineer\n\nAbstrac
t: \nThe theory (and practice) of wireless systems use a variety of math t
ools ranging from linear and multi-linear algebra\, tensor algebra\, Cliff
ord algebra\, Galois fields\, lattice reduction\, sphere decoding\, messag
e passing iterative methods\, random matrix methods\, etc. The math is oft
en used to model behavior and determine fundamental limits to performance.
Real modems reduce everything to add/subtract\, multiply/divide and xor t
ype operations. This talk (by an engineer) is aimed at giving mathematicia
ns an imperfect peep into the world of wireless.\n\nSPEAKER'S PROFILE: Pro
fessor Arogyaswami Paulraj is a pioneer of MIMO wireless communications\,
a technology break through that enables dramatically improved wireless per
formance. MIMO is now incorporated into all new wireless standards includi
ng WiFi\, 3G and 4G. Paulraj is the author of over 400 research papers\, t
wo text books and a co-inventor in 51 US patents. He founded two companies
- Iospan Wireless that laid the foundation for 4G wireless technologies a
nd was acquired by Intel Corp.in 2003\, and Beceem Communications that bec
ame a leader in 4G wireless semiconductors and was acquired by Broadcom Co
rp. in 2010. Paulraj received the IEEE Alexander Graham Bell award given t
o pioneers of mass impact telecom technologies. He is a member of the US N
ational Academy of Engineering\, the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering
Sciences among others. Paulraj spent about 20 years in India building sona
r systems and founded several labs for which he received the Padma Bhushan
award.\n
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