Fall 2023 CWC Research Review


Radhika Mohan,  ramohan@ucsd.edu



 Center for Wireless Communications at UC San Diego presents 

Fall 2023 Research Review

We invite you to join the Center For Wireless Communications for our annual Research Review, featuring faculty presentations that highlight research and progress on our latest projects as well as student lightning talks and a 1-hour poster session.

This is an invitation-only event. CWC member companies, UC San Diego faculty, staff and students, and a limited number of invited guests can register below. If you do not have a current CWC member company or UCSD association, and would like to participate, please email the Center Coordinator.

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Center for Wireless Communications Fall Research Review 

Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Atkinson Hall, UC San Diego

Time Description Presenter
8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration and Light Breakfast Atkinson Hall Courtyard/Lobby
9:00 am - 9:10 am Welcome and Overview Sujit Dey, Director, Center for Wireless Communications
         Session 1             9:10 am - 11:45 am Circuits and Techniques for Mobile Communications Beyond 5G Towards 6G
9:10 am - 9:35 am Advanced in 7-20 GHz Receivers and Reflect Arrays for 6G Gabriel Rebeiz, Professor
9:35 am - 10:00 am MEMS integration into ultra-low power wake-up receivers Drew Hall, Professor
10:00 am - 10:10 am Welcome Remarks Albert Pisano, Dean
10:10 am - 10:35 am Power Amplifiers for 6G Upper Mid-Band Frequencies Peter Asbeck, Professor
10:35 am -11:00 am A sub-mW Receiver Front-End for NB-IoT Patrick Mercier, Professor
11:00 am -11:25 am 50W Integrated Supply Modulator for 5G Transmitters Hanh-Phuc Le, Associate Professor
11:25am - 11:40 am Student Lightning Talks  
11:40 am - 1:00 pm Lunch and Poster Session Atkinson Hall Courtyard
            Session 2                   1:00 pm - 3:30 pm AI-Centric NextG Wireless
1:00 pm - 1:05 pm Overview Sujit Dey, Director, Center for Wireless Communications 
1:05 pm - 1:30 pm Novel sensing strategies for efficient mmWave beam alignment  Bhaskar Rao, Distinguished Professor
1:30 pm - 1:55 pm Bandits and Beams for Learning Channel-State Information in Low-complexity MIMO systems Piya Pal, Associate Professor
1:55 pm - 2:20 pm Large Scale Federated Learning Across a Huge Diversity of Wireless Devices in Next-Generation Edge Computing Environments Bill Lin, Chair/Professor
2:20 pm -2:35 pm  Break (15 minutes)
2:35 pm -2:55 pm Bringing "everything" From Physical World To Digital World With Ultra Low Power Wireless Sensing Dinesh Bharadia, Associate Professor
2:55 pm - 3:10 pm Asymmetric Communication for Ultra-Low-Power IoT   Xinyu Zhang, Associate Professor
3:10 pm - 3:20 pm 28 GHz Software Radio Testbed for Research Beyond 5G  Xinyu Zhang, Associate Professor
3:20 pm - 3:45 pm Exploring Generative Models as a Shared Knowledge Base for Efficient Multi-Modal Data Transmission Sujit Dey, Professor
  Research Review Ends
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm CWC Board meeting/Planning Session Private/Invitation Only


Poster Presentations
11:45 am - 1:00 pm (during lunch in the Atkinson Courtyard) 

Aditya Sant Insights into Maximum Likelihood Detection for One-bit Massive MIMO Communications Bhaskar D. Rao Bhaskar D. Rao
Agrim Gupta GreenMO: Enabling Virtualized, Sustainable Massive MIMO with a Single RF Chain Sajjad Nassirpour, Manideep Dunna, Eamon Patamasing, Alireza Vahid, Dinesh Bharadia Dinesh Bharadia
Ahmed Afifi High Performance Dual- Channel 140-170 GHz Reciever for Point-to-Point Blackhaul systems in GF45RFSOI NA Gabriel Rebeiz
Hadi Givehchian TBA NA Dinesh Bharadia
Hieu Pham High-Efficiency Power and Envelope Modulator for 5G and 6G Transmitters Applications Don Kimball, Peter Asbeck, Hanh-Phuc Le

Peter Asbeck

Hanh-Phuc Le

Ish Jain Building Programmable Antenna Arrays for Next-Generation Networks Rohith Reddy Vennam, Raghav Subbaraman Dinesh Bharadia
Jiajia Wu Low-Noise 0.001Hz-1kHz Sample-Level
Duty-Cycling Neural Recording System-on-Chip
Abraham Akinin, Min Lee, Akshay Paul, Hongyu Lu, Yongjae Park, Preston Fowler,
Seong-Jin Kim, Patrick P. Mercier, and Gert Cauwenberghs

Gert Cauwenberghs

Patrick Mercier

Jiawen Chen Physics-driven Learned Deconvolution of Multi-spectral Cellular MRI with Radial Sampling Piya Pal, Eric Ahrens Piya Pal
Kai Zheng APAture: Enhancing mmWave Radar Sensing With an Array of Phased Arrays Kai Zheng Xinyu Zhang
Mehmet Can Hucumenoglu Sparse Array Interpolation with Single Snapshot: Applications in Autonomous Sensing Pulak Sarangi, Robin Rajamaki, Piya Pal Piya Pal
Robin Rajamäki Importance of Array Redundancy Pattern In Active Sensing Piya Pal Piya Pal
Samuel Thornton Multi-modal Data and Model Reduction for Enabling Edge Fusion in Connected Vehicle Environment Sujit Dey Sujit Dey
Shihkai Kuo An LTE-harvesting BLE-to-WiFi Backscattering Chip for Single-Device RFID-like Interrogation NA Patrick Mercier
Sina Shahsavari Max-min Hierarchical Codebooks for Millimeter-Wave Channel Sensing with Bandit Algorithms Parthasarathi Khirwadkar, Mehmet Can Hucumenoglu Piya Pal
Xingyu Chen RF Genesis: Zero-Shot Generalization of mmWave Sensing through Simulation-Based Data Synthesis and Generative Diffusion Models NA Xinyu Zhang
Zihao Feng Bridging the Sim-to-Real Gap in AI-Driven Networks Using Hybrid Simulation Timothy Woodford, Xuyang Cao, Wenyuan Zhao, Langtian Qin Xinyu Zhang