personal profile Shahzad Gishkori

PhD student

PhD thesis: Compressive Sampling for Wireless Communications

Promotor: Geert Leus

Expertise: Signal processing for communication

Themes: Signal processing for communication

Alumnus of CAS

Left in 2014

Now: postdoc, Imperial College London (UK)

Personal webpage

List of publications

My general area of research is signal processing for communications. I have focused on the application of compressive sampling (compressed sensing) especially for ultra-wideband signals along with developing the relevant theoretical frameworks. I have also worked with different optimization algorithms as well as the tools for statistical learning. My work cuts across various fields of research, e.g., wireless sensor networks, mobile communications, cognitive radios, image processing, remote sensing, etc. I have also worked as a teaching assistant for the course on signal processing for communications.

Projects history

Signal Processing for Self-Organizing Wireless Networks

Mathematical foundations to develop large self-organizing networks based on cognitive radio devices that are capable of sensing the radio spectrum and adapt accordingly.

Last updated: 29 Jan 2015