University of Southern California WiDeS - Wireless Devices and Systems Group The USC Andrew and Erna Viterbi School of Engineering USC

LATEST DEVELOPMENTS



Best-paper award at Globecom
Dec. 8-12, 2014
A paper describing joint work by Prof. Willner's optics group and WiDeS won a best-paper award at Globecom.
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WiDeS in China
Oct. 13-15, 2014
WiDeS was strongly represented at the IEEE International Conference on Communications in China in Shangai, China.
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WiDeS presenting results of multi-university collaboration at Intel 5G workshop
Sept. 24-25, 2014
Intel Corporate Research is sponsoring multiple projects investigating technologies that will form the basis for the next generation (5G) cellular systems.
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Willner group and WiDeS collaborate to achieve mm-wave OAM multiplexing, present results in Nature Communications

Orbital angular momentum (OAM) describes a helical phase “twist” of electromagnetic waves as they propagate.
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WiDeS celebrates PhD graduates
Sept. 21, 2014
Currentand former WiDeS members met for a celebration dinner to celebrate two recent PhD graduates. 
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Fall semester starts

The fall semester has started, and WiDeS welcomes all the returning students!
NSF grant for WiDeS

The National Science Foundation has granted funding of a project on “Communication Theory Foundations and System Optimization of Femto-Caching and D2D Networkis for Wireless Video”. WiDeS head Andy Molisch will act as Principal Investigator.

WiDeS at IEEE ICC in Sydney
June 10-14, 2014
The WiDeS group was strongly represented at the International Conference on Communications (ICC), the flagship conference of the IEEE in Sydney, Australia.
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WiDeS presents at final VAWN workshop
Jan
Over the past 3 years, WiDeS has been sponsored by the Vide-Aware Wireless Network (VAWN) program funded by Intel, Cisco, and Verizon.
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Visiting scientist finishes stay at WiDeS
Jan
Dr. Tingting Zhang, ass. Prof. at the Harbin University of Technology, had been visiting scientist from October 2012 to January 2014.
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New semester starts

The new semester has started, and WiDeS welcomes all the returning students!


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