Foto von Mohammad Javad Salariseddigh

M.Sc. Mohammad Javad Salariseddigh

Technische Universität München

Lehrstuhl für Nachrichtentechnik (Prof. Kramer)

Postadresse

Postal:
Theresienstr. 90
80333 München

Biografie

  • Doctoral Researcher / Chair of Communications Eng. / TUM / 2019 -
  • M.Sc. / Communication and Multimedia Eng. / FAU / - 2018
  • B.Sc. / Electrical Eng. / Department of Communications / KNTU / - 2014

Forschung

  • Information Theory and Coding
  • Identification Theory

Publications

Journal Papers

  1. S., Pereg, Boche, and Deppe, Deterministic Identification Over Channels With Power Constraints. In IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, DOI: 10.1109/TIT.2021.3122811, 2021.

Conference Proceedings

  1. S., Pereg, Boche, Deppe, and Schober, Deterministic Identification Over Poisson Channels.
    Accepted in IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), 2021.
  2. S., Pereg, Boche, and Deppe, Deterministic Identification Over Channels With Power ConstraintsProc. of IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 2021.
  3. S., Pereg, Boche, and Deppe, Deterministic Identification Over Fading Channels.
    Proc. of IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2020.

Preprints

  1. S., Pereg, Boche, Deppe, and Schober, Deterministic Identification Over Poisson Channels.,
    SubmittedarXiv, 2021.
  2. S., Pereg, Boche, and Deppe, Deterministic Identification Over Channels With Power Constraints.,
    SubmittedarXiv, 2021.
  3. S., Pereg, Boche, and Deppe, Deterministic Identification Over Fading Channels.,
    Submitted, arXiv, 2020.

Thesis

  • Master. Impact of Flow on The Channel Impulse Response of Molecular Communication Systems. Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, 2018.
  • Bachelor. Analysis and Simulation of Beamforming in Multiple P2P Communications Using a Network of Relays. Khajeh Nasir Toosi University of Technology (KNTU), 2014.

Talks

  1. S., Bounds For Deterministic Identification Capacity in Power-Constrained Poisson Channels,
    Munich Doctoral Seminar on Communications, Nov 17, 2021, Hybrid, Slides
  2. S., Deterministic Identification Over Poisson Channels,
    Workshop on Coding, Cooperation, and Security in Modern Communication Networks (COCO), July 19, 2021, Virtual, Slides.
  3. S., Deterministic Identification,
    New Communications Workshop (NEWCOM), Nov 23, 2020, Virtual, Slides.
  4. S., Deterministic Identification,
    Munich Doctoral Seminar on Communications, Nov 11, 2020, Hybrid, Slides.
  5. S., Identification Without Randomization,
    Workshop on Coding, Cooperation, and Security in Modern Communication Networks (COCO), July 16, 2020, Virtual, Slides.
  6. S., An Introduction to Identification,
    New Communications Workshop (NEWCOM), Feb 04, 2020, Virtual, Slides.
  7. S., An Introduction to Identification,
    Workshop on Coding, Cooperation, and Security in Modern Communication Networks (COCO), Oct 29, 2019, In-Person, Slides
  8. S., Impact of Flow on the Channel Impulse Response of Molecular Communication Systems,
    Munich Doctoral Seminar on Communications, Oct 23 2019, In-Person.

Angebotene Abschlussarbeiten

BAMAFPIPSEM
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Deterministic K-Identification For The Slow Fading Channel With Power Constraint

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Deterministic K-Identification For The DMC With Power Constraint

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Anticode (Intro.)

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Quantum Identification (Intro.)

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Generalized Shannon Capacity (Intro.)

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Graph Capacity (Intro.)

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On the Equivalence of Identification and Authentication

Laufende Abschlussarbeiten

BAMAFPIPSEM
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Complexity of The Identification

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Deterministic Identification For The Binary Symmetric Channel

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Supervised Items

Master Seminar

  1. Introduction to Zero-Error Identification,
    Student: Anmoal Porwal,
    Comleted Date: 05.02.2021.
  2. Universal Hashing and Binary Constant WeightCodes for Identification via Channels,
    Student: Mohamed Zied Belkhiria,
    Comleted Date: 09.07.2020.

Bachelor Thesis

  1. Identification of Zeros of a Function,
    Student: Feriel Fendri,
    Comleted Date: 02.11.2020.
     
  2. Simulation and Analysis of Finite Block-length Wiretap Codes by Autoencoders
    Student: Souleima Abdelghani,
    Comleted Date: 08.09.2020.

Internship

  1. Realization of Identification via Reed-Solomon Codes,
    Student: Mahmoud Kallel,
    Comleted Date: 18.06.2020.