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Current Projects

ERC Advanced Grant, TRANCIDS: Transmission over Channels with Insertions and Deletions
Sponsor: European Commission;  Period: October 2022 – September 2027.

Study of Machine Learning Based Source Compression Architecture, co-PI.
Sponsor: Huawei;  Period: November 2023 – October 2026 (Phase II).

Sustainable Computing and Communication at the Edge (SONATA). Sole PI for the Turkiye portion.
Sponsor:  EU CHIST-ERA Program, Turkish partner funding from TUBITAK;  Period: April 2022 – March 2025.

Completed at Bilkent University

Study of Machine Learning Based Source Compression Architecture, co-PI.
Sponsor: Huawei;  Period: September 2020 – September 2023 (Phase I)

Massive Access Solutions for Next Generation Wireless Communication Systems
Sponsor: TÜBİTAK; Period: July 2020 – July 2023

5G Platform Development
Sponsor: ASELSAN; Period: June 2018 – June 2021

Coding and Modulation for Interference Channels
Sponsor: TÜBİTAK; Period: April 2015 – April 2018

Coding for Multi-User Channels for Next-Generation Wireless Networks
Sponsor: European Commission Marie Curie CIG; Period: April 2013 – March 2017

Code Design and Signaling for Physical Layer Security
Sponsor: TÜBİTAK; Period: September 2013 – August 2016

Enabling Interference Tolerant Wireless Communication Networks: Principles of Synchronization, Channel Estimation, and Coding
Sponsor: Qatar Foundation National Priorities Research Program; Period: May 2012 – May 2015

Enabling Cooperative Diversity Techniques for Underwater Acoustic Communications
Sponsor: Qatar Foundation National Priorities Research Program; Period: December 2010 – November 2013

Completed at Arizona State University (1999-2015)

A Novel Underwater Acoustic Communications Paradigm Exploiting Biological Sounds
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: May 2011 – April 2015

Advancing State of the Art of Coding/Modulation for Wireless Networks
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: August 2011 – July 2015

Insertion/Deletion Channels: Achievable Information Rates and Coding
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: September 2008 – August 2012

MURI: Capacity and Transmitter Receiver Design for UWA Channels
Sponsor: US Office of Naval Research; Period: May 2007 – September 2012

Bit Patterned Media Recording with Insertion/Deletion and Other Non-Idealities
Sponsor: Seagate Research, LLC; Period: August 2007 – August 2009

Superposition Coding Using LDPC Codes
Sponsor: US Air Force Labs (with Leaf Networks); Period: March 2009 – November 2009

STTR: MIMO Signaling for Underwater Acoustic Communications (Phase I and II)
Sponsor: US Office of Naval Research (with Heat, Light and Sound Research, Inc.); Period: August 2005 – July 2008

Multi-rate Coding Designs for Ka-band Channels
Sponsor: Jet Propulsion Laboratories (SURP Program); Period: August 2007 – August 2008

Channel Modeling, Signal Processing and Coding for Bit Patterned Recording Media
Sponsor: Seagate Research, LLC; Period: August 2005 – October 2007

MIMO Systems for Underwater Acoustic Communications
Sponsor: US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR); Period: February 2004 – October 2006

Combined Research Curriculum Development in Signal Processing for Communications
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: September 2004 – August 2006

NSF CAREER: Coding for Wireless Communications
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: May 2000 – April 2005

US-UAE Cooperative Research: Space-Time Coding with Antenna Selection
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: August 2002 – July 2005

Coding and Capacity for Magnetic Recording Channels
Sponsor: Seagate Research, LLC; Period: September 2000 – December 2005

PAR Reduction for Single and Multi-Antenna Systems
Sponsor: Connection One Center (at Arizona State Univ.); Period: August 2003 – July 2004

On-line Undergraduate Laboratories in Signal and Image Processing, Communications & Controls
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: January 2001 – January 2004

A Complete Wireless Communication System for the Next Generation Information Technology
Sponsor: Arizona State University – IT 301 Initiative; Period: May 2002 – May 2003

Smart Antennas for Future Wireless Communication Networks
Sponsor: US National Science Foundation; Period: October 1999 – September 2001

Turbo Codes for Magnetic Recording Channels
Sponsor: Arizona State Univ (OVPR); Period: January 1999 – January 2000