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

Past Research Funding

  1. Harry Diamond Labs ($35,000), "Optical Triple Correlators," October 1988–November 1989.
  2. Univ. of Virginia: Dean's Research Initiation Grant, ($9,000 no overhead), "Adaptive algorithms for neural networks," October 1989–September 1990.
  3. Harry Diamond Labs ($40,000), "Signal and image detection and classification using higher-order statistics," October 1989–July 1990.
  4. Army Research Labs ($50,000), "Channel equalization and array processing using higher-order correlations," November 1989–October 1990.
  5. Army Research Labs ($91,000), "Research in higher-order spectral analysis," January 1991–December 1991.
  6. Dept. of Pediatrics, Health Sciences Center, Univ. of Virginia, ($15,000), "Signal processing architectures for neonatal heart rate variability tests," January 1992-December 1992.
  7. Army Research Labs ($45,000), "Canceling platform noise and detection of helicopter acoustic signals," January 1992–December 1993.
  8. Office of Naval Research, ($20,000), "Intl. Workshop on Higher-Order Statistics," (November 1992–August 1993; ONR/Math. Div. N00014-93-1-0065.
  9. Army Research Office, ($7,000), "Intl. Workshop on Higher-Order Statistics," May 1993–September 1993; DAAH04-93-G-0180.
  10. National Science Foundation, ($90,000), "Optimal multiresolution analysis in statistical signal processing," July 1992–July 1995; NSF/MIPS–Research Initiation Award.
  11. Office of Naval Research, ($179,000), "Polyspectral algorithms for optimal processing of cyclostationary acoustic signals," July 1993–October 1995; ONR Grant No. N00014-93-1-0485.
  12. Army Research Office, ($10,000), "8th Intl. Workshop on Statistical Signal and Array Processing," May 1, 1996–April 30, 1997; ARO Grant No. DAAH04-96-1-0171.
  13. Office of Naval Research, ($10,000), "8th Intl. Workshop on Statistical Signal and Array Processing," May 1, 1996–April 30, 1997; ONR Grant No. N00014-96-1-0725.
  14. Harbor Branch, Oceanographic Inst., Inc., ($20,000), "Propagation modeling, characterization, and equalization of underwater acoustic channels," December 1, 1996–November 30, 1997.
  15. National Science Foundation (CISE/MIPS), ($171,242), "Estimation and equalization of time-varying channels," July 1995–May 1999; NSF Grant No. MIP 9424305.
  16. Office of Naval Research (AASERT), ($191,614), "Applications of cyclostationarity in communications and signal analysis," May 1, 1995–September 30, 1998; ONR Grant No. N00014-95-1-0908.
  17. Office of Naval Research, ($296,347), "Parametric modeling of nonstationary signals and identification of nonlinear time-varying channels," October 1995–October 1999 ONR Grant No. N00014-93-1- 0485.
  18. DURIP/ONR, ($145,429), "Instrumentation for Research in Wireless Communications," 1997-1998; co-PI with Dr. H. Liu (PI).
  19. Office of Naval Research, ($60,000), "PARAFAC Space-Time Processing for Circular Ring Arrays," May 1999–December 1999; ONR Grant No. N00014-99-1-0693; PI with co-PI N. Sidiropoulos.
  20. Army Research Lab, ($25,000), "Multipath mitigation in frequency-hopping systems," April 1999–May 2001; DOD Grant no. ARL-7850-98.
  21. Army Research Office, ($297,346), "Algorithm Development and Experimental Evaluation of Blind Equalizers for Rapidly Varying Channels with Antenna Arrays," April 1998–May 2001; ARO Grant no. DAAG55-98-1-0336.
  22. National Science Foundation — CISE/CNRS (Communications and Networking) , ($255,000), "Design of User Codes and Low-Complexity CDMA Receivers for MUI Elimination in Unknown Multipath," July 1, 1998–June 30, 2001; NSF CCR grant no. 9805350.
  23. General Dynamics, MN, ($25,000), "Frequency-Hopped Generalized Multi-Carrier Transceivers for Multi-User Communications," October 1, 2001–May 31, 2002.
  24. National Science Foundation — Electrical and Communications Systems Div. ($925,000), "Mobile Communications and Networking: Low Power and Low Complexity Transceivers for Wireless Multimedia Transmissions," September 1, 1999–August 31, 2002; NSF Wireless Initiative grant no. 9979443; PI with 4 co-PIs: S. Alouini, M. Kaveh, J. Kieffer, and A. Tewfik.
  25. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($250,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2001–September 2002; PI with N. Sidiropoulos co-PI.
  26. ETRI, Korea, ($50,000), "Space-Time-Frequency Coding for MIMO OFDM," May 1, 2002–March 31, 2003.
  27. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($350,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2002–September 2003; PI.
  28. National Science Foundation — CISE/SPS (Signal Processing) , ($350,000), "Chip-interleaved Block- Spread Code Division Multiple Access," May 1, 2001–April 30, 2004; NSF SPS grant no. 0105612.
  29. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($344,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2003–September 2004; PI.
  30. ETRI, Korea, ($100,000), "Multicarrier MIMO Communications for High-Speed Mobile Cellular Access," May 1, 2005–December 31, 2006.
  31. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($344,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2004–September 2005; PI.
  32. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($325,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2005–September 2006; PI.
  33. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($300,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2006–September 2007; PI.
  34. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($280,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2007–September 2008; PI.
  35. National Science Foundation — FMF Regular, ($450,906) "Waveform Diversity for Wireless Communications," August 1, 2005–July 30, 2008; co-PI with M. Zoltowski, Purdue Univ.; Giannakis' part 71K/yr.
  36. Army Research Office, ($272,000), "Energy-Efficient Protocols and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Sensor Networks," June 1, 2005–May 31, 2008 (sole PI).
  37. National Science Foundation — Medium ITR Grant, ($1,599,980) "Multi-Robot Emergency Response," September 1, 2003–August 31, 2008; co-PI with 5 co-PIs; Giannakis' part 70K/yr; multi-institutional proposal: UMN (lead), UPenn, and Caltech.
  38. National Science Foundation — MRI, ($500,000) "Development of Miniature Search/Rescue Robots," September 1, 2004–August 31, 2008; co-PI with 5 co-PIs; Giannakis' part 50K/yr; multi-institutional proposal: UMN (lead), Berea College.
  39. ARL Collaborative Technology Alliance, ($275,000), "Precoding, Space-Time Coding, and Turbo- Decoding in FH Communications," October 1, 2008–September 30, 2010; PI.
  40. National Science Foundation — ECCS Regular, ($300,000) "A Stochastic Framework for Robust Wireless Networking," Sept. 1, 2008–August 31, 2011 (sole PI).
  41. National Science Foundation — CCF Regular, ($300,000) "Theoretical Foundations for Wireless Communication Networks," Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2011 (sole PI).
  42. National Science Foundation — CISE CCF, ($100,000) "CIF: Exploiting Sparsity for Dimensionality Reduction," Sept. 1, 2010–Aug. 31, 2011 (sole PI).
  43. European Commission, CORDIS — Marie Curie Fellowship, ($81,871) "Distributed Estimation in Sensor Networks," March 1, 2009–Feb. 28, 2011 (co-PI with K. Berberidis, Greece).