Welcome to the Information theory and systems laboratory at UCLA!
Broadly our research can be described as the understanding of the fundamentals of information: learning, security/privacy, communication, processing, and storage. Towards these broad goals, our research is in Information theory with applications to learning, cyber-physical systems, security & privacy, bio-informatics, wireless networks, epidemics, and neuroscience.
Selected ongoing and recent research projects
Representative projects that illustrate our recent research interests can be found below.
- Communication efficient distributed machine learning
- Privacy in distributed machine learning
- Robust and secure distributed machine learning
- Encoded distributed optimization
- Bioinformatics: Nanopore DNA sequencing
- Cyber-physical systems
- Epidemics and testing
- Wireless backscatter and imaging
Selected past research projects
Representative projects that illustrate our past research interests can be found below.
- Hardware security
- Content-centric wireless networks
- Non-coherent wireless networks
- Approximate characterizations in network information theory
- Wireless network information flow
- Wireless network secrecy
- Approximate characterization of the multiple description rate region
- Source channel separation in networks