Georgios B. Giannakis

Professor, ADC Chair in Wireless Telecommunications
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota



Giannakis

Contact Information

Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engr.
University of Minnesota
200 Union Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Tel: (612) 626-7781
Fax: (612) 625-4583
georgios@umn.edu

Current Research Funding

  1. National Science Foundation — ECCS Regular, ($391,707) "IHCS: Sparsity-Aware RF Cartography for Cognitive Networks," June 1, 2010–May 31, 2013 (sole PI).
  2. Qatar National Research Fund, ($1,100,000) "Spectrum Cartography for Cognitive Radio Sensing," Oct. 1, 2010–Sept. 30, 2013 (PI with 3 co-PIs; Giannakis' part 120K/yr; multi-institutional proposal: UMN (lead), Texas A&M, Qatar; and Qatar Univ.).
  3. Australian Research Council, ($520,000) "Cross-layer design in wireless communication systems with channel uncertainty," Oct. 1, 2010–Sept. 30, 2013 (PI with 3 co-PIs; Giannakis' part 60K/yr.).
  4. AirForce — MURI (with U. of Pennsylvania; UofMn sub-award $1,350,000 with co-PI S. Roumeliotis); "CHASE: Control of Heterogeneous Autonomous Sensors for Situational Awareness," Sept. 1, 2010–Aug. 31, 2015; Giannakis' part 120K/yr.
  5. National Science Foundation — ECCS, ($416,340) "Modeling, Monitoring, and Optimization of Cognitive Networks," May 1, 2012–April 30, 2015 (sole PI).
  6. Greek Research Council — Thales Program, ($790,848) "Secure Wireless Nonlinear Communications at the Physical Layer," Jan. 1, 2012–Dec. 31, 2015; total of 12 co-PIs; Giannakis' part 24K.
  7. Greek Research Council — Thales Program, ($790,848) "Energy-ecient Designs of Communication Networks," Jan. 1, 2012–Dec. 31, 2015; total of 12 co-PIs; Giannakis' part 24K.
  8. National Science Foundation — EARS Program, ($499,379) "Spectral Tweets: A Community Paradigm for Spatio-temporal Cognitive Sensing and Access," Sept., 2012–Aug. 31, 2015 (co-PI with J. Haupt, and N. Sidiropoulos (PI); Giannakis' part 60K/yr for 3 years).
  9. National Institutes of Health — Forwarded from Joint NIH-NSF-DMS Program on Computational Biology, ($1,840,214) "High-Dimensional Sparse Structural Equation Modeling for Inference of Gene Networks and Optimized Chemical Genomics," September 1, 2012–August 31, 2017 (co-PI with Chad Meyers (Minnesota), and two co-PIs from U. of Miami; PI: X. Cai; Minnesota part $896,461; Giannakis' part 95K/yr for 5 years.).