Jinyuan Chen

That's me 

Jinyuan Chen
Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering Department
College of Engineering and Science
Louisiana Tech University

Email: jinyuan@latech.edu
Office: 219, Nethken Hall
Phone: 318 257 3083

About me

I am an Assistant Professor at Louisiana Tech University. Before joining Louisiana Tech, I was a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University.

My research interests include information theory, communication theory, security and privacy, distributed computing, and machine learning.

News

•   06/2018: Our paper Wireless MapReduce Distributed Computing has been presented at IEEE ISIT 2018.

•   04/2018: Our project on communication security (sole PI) is funded from the Board of Regents Support Fund - Research Competitiveness Subprogram (RCS)!

•   04/2018: Educational Outreach engaged in the Engineering and Science Day.

•   03/2018: New version On the MISO Channel with Feedback: Can Infinitely Massive Antennas Achieve Infinite Capacity? e-print, arXiv:1802.00413.

•   02/2018: New paper Distributed Computing with Heterogeneous Communication Constraints: The Worst-Case Computation Load and Proof by Contradiction, e-print, arXiv:1802.00413.

•   02/2018: New paper Wireless MapReduce Distributed Computing, e-print, arXiv:1802.00894.

•   01/2018: New paper on computing has been submitted for possible publication.

•   08/2017: Several talks given at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Shenzhen University, Hefei University of Technology, and Northeastern University.

•   06/2017: New paper On the Optimality of Secure Communication Without Using Cooperative Jamming, e-print, arXiv:1706.06220.

•   06/2017: I will serve as a technical program committee member at IEEE ICC 2018.

•   06/2017: I will serve as a session chair at IEEE ISIT 2017.

•   04/2017: Paper on massive MIMO has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ISIT 2017.

•   01/2017: Paper on massive MIMO has been submitted for possible publication.

•   12/2016: I am teaching the course of communication systems during the winter quarter.

•   09/2016: Paper on secure capacity of interference channel was presented at Allerton'16, Monticello, IL.

•   09/2016: I served as a session chair at Allerton'16, Monticello, IL.

•   08/2016: I serve as a technical program committee member at IEEE ICC 2017.

•   07/2016: Paper on Heterogeneous Networks with Outdated CSIT appeared in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, July 2016.

Openings

I am looking for motivated graduate students with strong mathematical background to join my research group for PhD. Just shoot me an email with your CV if you are interested.