Member, IEEE, IEEE Information Theory Society
Editor, IEEE Transactions on Communications
Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
I am interested in research problems which sit at the boundary of Information Theory, Communications, and
In the past fifty years, information theory has been critical in characterizing the fundamental limits of
communications and driving innovations in physical layer processing. Moving up the protocol stack, networking
research for wireline networks is fairly mature but wireless network research has advanced in a somewhat ad-hoc
manner. Just as it did for point-to-point communications, information theory in a network setting would likely
reveal the true capability of wireless networks and suggest mechanisms for efficient operation.
My current research interests are (i) Network Information Theory and (ii) Algorithms and Protocols for Wireless Ad-
hoc \& Sensor Networks. I have also been very active in experimental networking and communications, translating
theory into practice by implementing wireless systems.
To Prospective Students
Thanks for your interest in NUS. All prospective graduate students
apply for admission through the proper channels, by the deadlines set
by the Graduate Studies Office. I do not make admission decisions.
You can find information at:
EE1001 Emerging Topics in EE (1st year Undergraduate)
EE3204 Computer Communciation Networks I (3rd year Undergraduate)
EE2001 Embedded System Design Project (3rd year Undergraduate)
EE4109 Spread Spectrum Communications (4th year Undergraduate)
EE3103 Communications Principles (3rd year Undergraduate)
EE6402 Advanced Topics in Wireless Communications (Graduate)
EE6902 Graduate Communication Networks (Graduate)