Driving the future of information processing
The ICT Lab research focuses on data transmission and compression, modulation and error correction, multi-user information theory, information security, and sensing. We study information processing in a broad sense trying to determine fundamental limits, but also at developing the techniques that approach these limits. We use information-theoretical frameworks to model practical scenarios, and to find the optimal performance-complexity trade-offs. These scenarios result from close interaction with national and international industrial collaborators. Application areas include fiber optical communications, next-generation wireless systems, secret-key generation, and radar processing.
ICT lab is recruiting now!
TU/e is growing faster than ever and we are seeking talented candidates at all levels. Full career track opportunities are available.
The ICT lab, led by Prof. Frans Willems, is now hiring PhDs, PDEngs, Postdocs, Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Full Professors in the general areas of Information and Communication Theory (ICT).
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Meet some of our Researchers
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Fingerprint template protection using minutia-pair spectral representationsEURASIP Journal on Information Security (2019)
Regular perturbation for the weak-dispersion regime21st International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, (ICTON 2019) (2019)
Secret-key capacity regions for multiple enrollments with an SRAM-PUFIEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security (2019)
Inter-frame polar coding with dynamic frozen bitsIEEE Communications Letters (2019)
Partial enumerative sphere shaping2019 IEEE 90th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC-Fall) (2019)
Visiting addressFluxDe Groene Loper 195612 AP EindhovenNetherlands
Postal addressDepartment of Electrical EngineeringPO Box P.O. Box 5135600 MB EindhovenNetherlands
TeamleadFrans Willemsf.m.j.willems@ tue.nl