• Guido Carlo Ferrante (MIT), Capacity of Timing Channels with Random Arrivals, 4 Jan. 2017, 11am, Room 1004. 
  • C. Emre Koksal (Ohio State), Securing Massive MIMO at the Physical Layer, 16 Mar. 2016, 11am, Room 611. 
  • Osvaldo Simeone (NJIT), Cloud Radio Access Networks: Challenges and (Some) Solutions,18 Nov. 2015, 11am, Room 611.
  •  Lalitha Sankar (Arizona State University), Designing Incentive Schemes for Privacy-Sensitive Users, 5 Nov. 2015, 11am, Room 503.
  •  Albert Guillen i Fabregas (UPF), Hypothesis Testing and Error Probability in Information Theory, 4 Nov. 2015, 11:30am, Room 503.
  • Maria-Gabriella Di Benedetto (Sapienza University of Rome), Closed Form Asymptotic Expression of a Random-Access Interference Measure, 16 Oct. 2015, 11am, Room 611.
  • Mohamed-Slim Alouini (KAUST), Addressing Spectrum Scarcity through Optical Wireless Communications, 10 Oct. 2015, 3pm, Room 611.
  • Fernando Rosas (KU Leuven), The Art of Redundancy: From Energy Efficient Coding Schemes to High-Order Correlation Decomposition, 30 Jun. 2015, 11am, Room 503.
  • Marco Di Renzo (CNRS), On System-Level Analysis and Design of 5G Mobile/Wireless Networks: The Magic of Stochastic Geometry, 11 Feb. 2015, 3pm, Room 611.
  • Yony Murin (Ben-Gurion University), On Transmission of Correlated Gaussian Sources over Broadcast Channels with Feedback, 1 Dec. 2014, 3pm, Room 611.
  • Mete Ozay (University of Birmingham), Structural Information Processing in Dynamic Complex Systems, 23 Oct. 2014, 11am, Room 503.
  • Pablo Piantanida (SUPELEC), On the Multiterminal Interactive Lossy Source Coding Problem, 17 Sep. 2014, 11am, Room 503.
  •  Amos Lapidoth (ETH Zurich), Encoding Tasks Revisited: Sources with Memory, Mismatch, and a Divergence, 6 Aug. 2014, 3pm, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • András György, (University of Alberta), Online Learning in Markov Decision Processes with Changing Reward Sequences, 4 Aug. 2014, 11am, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  •  H. Vincent Poor (Princeton University), Feedback in wireless networks: Recent results and discoveries, 14 Jul. 2014, 11am, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • Ramji Venkataraman (Cambridge University), Communication and compression via sparse regression, 16 Apr. 2014, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • Miguel Rodrigues (University College London), Classification of a mixture of Gaussians from noisy compressive measurements: Fundamental limits, designs and geometrical interpretation, 29 Jan. 2014, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • Gerhard Kramer (TUM), Effective Secrecy: Reliability, Confusion and Stealth, 20 Jan. 2014, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  •  Joseph Cavallaro (Rice University), Rapid Prototyping of Embedded VLSI Systems, 9 Dec. 2013, 4pm, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611) (as part of IEEE Circuits and Systems Distinguished Lecture Series).
  • Matthew Nokleby (Duke University), Limits on the classification of Gaussian signals: Classification on the Grassman Manifold, 9 Oct. 2013, 11am, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  •  Apostolos Georgiadis (CTTC), Autonomous wireless sensors and RFIDs: Energy harvesting, material and circuit challenges, 19 Sep. 2013, 11am, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • Maria Gorlatova (Columbia), Energy harvesting active networked tags for ubiquitous object networking, 2 Jul. 2013, 2pm.
  •  Inaki Esnaola (Princeton)Estimation with incomplete state information in the smart grid, 19 June 2013, 2pm, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • Angel Lozano (UPF), Interference near-sightedness: Fading strikes back, 29 May 2013, 11am, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  •  Albert Guillen i Fabregas (UPF), Mismatched decoding, 28 May 2013, 2pm, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).
  • Rodrigo de Lamare (University of York), Knowledge-aided wireless communications: An idea whose time has come, 30 Jan. 2013, 11am, Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611).