Axe « Systèmes communicants et interactifs », 12 juillet 2023, 11h

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Date(s) - 12/07/2023
11 h 00 - 12 h 00

Accès 17, deuxième étage, salle 7


Detection Schemes for Wireless Physical Layer Network Coding

Le 12 juillet 2023, à 10h l’axe 1 vous propose un exposé du Prof. Berna Özbek sur le thème “Detection Schemes for Wireless Physical Layer Network Coding”.

Short CV:
Prof.Dr. Berna Özbek is currently a Professor in telecommunication engineering with the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Izmir Institute of Technology, Türkiye, and working in the field of wireless communication systems for more than 20 years. Her research interests include interference management, resource allocation, limited feedback links, device-to-device communications, physical layer security, massive MIMO systems, and mmWave communications. She has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles, one book, one book chapter, and two patents. Under her supervision, 15 master’s thesis and three Ph.D. dissertations have been completed. She has been awarded as the Marie-Curie Intra European (EIF) Fellow by the European Commission for two years, in 2010. She has coordinated one international and four national projects, worked as a Consultant for three Eureka-Celtic projects and two national industry driven projects. She is also supervising two Ph.D. and one master’s students, conducting one international project under H2020-MSCA-RISE, from 2018 to 2023, and coordinating an international project under Horizon Europe MSCA-DN, from 2022 to 2027.


Beyond 5G wireless networks will undoubtedly have greatly increased density and scale compared to current networks, resulting in massive interaction between nodes. In this context, the conventional networking paradigm will be severely limited by interference in these scenarios, greatly reducing efficiency.  It has already been shown in both theory and practice that wireless physical-layer network coding (PNC) is nevertheless capable of resolving this situation because it can allow the access points  to extract useful information from all combined received signals, rather than treating them as deleterious interference. In this talk, in the framework of RECENT (Ultra-Dense Unsupervised Heterogeneous Wireless Cloud Coded Networks for 5G/B5G) project funded by H2020-MSCA-SE programme, we will present detection schemes for the PNC based NOMA and PNC based cell-free to further increase  the performance of MIMO systems in next generation wireless communications.