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Paper Accepted – Convex Optimization of Distributed Cooperative Detection in Multi-Receiver Molecular Communication

Our paper “Convex Optimization of Distributed Cooperative Detection in Multi-Receiver Molecular Communication” (link to arXiv version) has been accepted to appear in IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications. Congratulations to our lead author Yuting Fang for her first journal paper, and to the other co-authors Nan Yang, Andrew Eckford, and Rodney Kennedy!

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Paper Accepted – Maximum Likelihood Detection for Cooperative Molecular Communication

The paper “Maximum Likelihood Detection for Cooperative Molecular Communication” (link to arXiv version) was accepted for presentation at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE ICC 2018). This paper was co-authored with Yuting Fang, Nan Yang, Andrew W. Eckford, and Rodney A. Kennedy. The conference will be in Kansas City from May 20-24, 2018.

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Paper Accepted – Timing Control of Single Neuron Spikes with Optogenetic Stimulation

Our paper “Timing Control of Single Neuron Spikes with Optogenetic Stimulation” (link to arXiv version) was accepted for presentation at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE ICC 2018). This paper was co-authored with Shayan Monabbati, Dimitrios Makrakis and Andrew W. Eckford. The conference will be in Kansas City from May 20-24, 2018.

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Special Session on “Nanoscale Communications and Networking” at ITC-CSCC 2018

I am organizing a special session on “Nanoscale Communications and Networking” at ITC-CSCC 2018 with Michael T. Barros (WIT, Ireland). The conference will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, from July 4-7, 2018. You can find the full CFP at the conference website. The deadline for abstract submission is April 1, 2018. Please consider submitting a paper or sharing this message with colleagues who may be interested. Participation from the Asia-Pacific region is particularly encouraged.

PhD Studentship – Real-Time Behavioral Dynamics in Microscopic Populations with Noisy Signalling

With the support of the University of Warwick’s School of Engineering, I am pleased to offer a PhD studentship for a student to begin in October 2018 (target). The student will work on microscopic behavioral dynamics, which was the subject of a recent paper that we submitted, as well as a paper that we presented at ITW in November 2017. The studentship is fully funded for a UK/EU student for 3 years. Applications can be submitted by following the link on this page. You can also contact me directly for informal inquiries. The deadline for guaranteed consideration is April 30, 2018.

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