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.
MyWave: Energy efficient signal processing techniques for distributed massive MIMO systems
In this project the architecture and signal processing of distributed massive MIMO systems is explored. This project is based on the...
Signal Shaping Tailored to the Optical fibre Channel
Data rates in optical fibre communication systems are fundamentally limited by nonlinear effects associated with light propagation. Adapting...
Fundamentals of the Nonlinear Optical Channel
The FUN-NOTCH project copes foundational questions around the emerging phenomena of transceivers operated near the nonlinear regime of...
SHY-FEC: Shaped Hybrid Forward Error Correction
This project studies the technical feasibility of our previously-introduced hybrid decoding and low-complexity shaping algorithms based on...
i-CAVE P4 - Radar Communication
The i-CAVE project P4 - Radar Communication aims to combine communications and radar capabilities for the automobile radars, with emphasis...
Silicon-based Ka-band massive MIMO antenna systems for new telecommunication services SPS
This project aims to explore and optimize signal-processing techniques for coordinated transmission from a massive MIMO transmit antenna...
Increasing the Capacity of Optical Nonlinear Interfering Channels
Optical fibers are strands of glass with the thickness of human hair that carry nearly all the world's Internet traffic. However, the...
RESCURE: Retrofit Security for Critical infrastructures
RESCURE retrofits security in large scale IoT Critical Infrastructures (CIs). Therefore, within RESCURE, we aim to deliver a low-cost IoT...
Meet some of our Researchers
Wim van Houtum
Astrid Barreiro Berrio
Vinicius Oliari Couto Dias
Work with us!
TU/e is growing faster than ever and we are seeking talented candidates at all levels. Full career track opportunities are available. The Information and Communication lab posts new positions throughout the year in the general areas of Information and Communication Theory (ICT). Check our projects and publications for our current scope of research.
All scientific as well as non-scientific vacancies are centrally cataloged by the Electrical Engineering department and can be found here. Please contact Alex Alvarado for opportunities within the ICT lab.
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Multiple Access Channel SimulationIEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2022)
Dispersion Compensation for Phase-Coded FMCW Radars23rd International Radar Symposium, IRS 2022 (2022)
High-Cardinality Geometrical Constellation Shaping for the Nonlinear Fibre ChannelJournal of Lightwave Technology (2022)
On Optimum Enumerative Sphere Shaping Blocklength at Different Symbol Rates for the Nonlinear Fiber Channel27th Optoelectronics and Communications Conference, OECC 2022/ International Conference on Photonics in Switching and Computing, PSC 2022 (2022)
Log-CCDM: Distribution Matching via Multiplication-free Arithmetic Coding2022 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, ISIT 2022 (2022)