# Georgios B. Giannakis

Professor, ADC Chair in Wireless Telecommunications

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota

**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

## Advising

## Teaching

### Taught graduate/undergraduate courses on:

- ECE 8581, "Estimation and Detection," S'99, F'99, S'02, S'03,
S'04, S'05, S'07, S'08, 3 credit hrs., 15-25 students (UMN)
- ECE 5542, "Adaptive Signal Processing," S'01, S'07, 3 credit
hrs., 25 students (UMN)
- ECE 5505, "Wireless Communications," S'12, 3 credit hrs., 30 students
(UMN)
- ECE 5501, "Digital Communications," S'00,F'00,F'01,F'03,F'06,F'07,
3 credit hrs., 30 students (UMN)
- EE 814, "Advanced Detection and Estimation," F'87, 3 credit hrs.,
10 students (UVA)
- EE 793, "Spectral analysis and time series," F'88, 3 credit hrs.,
6 students (UVA)
- EE 781, "Pattern Recognition," S'98, 3 credit hours, 8 students
(UVA)
- EE 774, "Statistical Signal Processing," F'88, S'90, S'92, S'96,
3 credit hrs., 12 students (UVA)
- EE 712, "Digital Communications," S'97, 20 students (UVA)
- EE 676, "Multidimensional Signal & Image Processing," S'91,
S'97, 15 students (UVA)
- EE 614, "Estimation Theory," S'90, S'92, 3 credit hrs., 10
students (UVA)
- EE 576, "Digital Signal Processing," S'88,89, F'90,91,92,96,97,
3 credit hrs., 35 students (UVA)
- EE 420, "Communications II," F'89, F'90, 3 credit hrs., 25 students
(UVA)
- EE 324, "Signals and Systems II," S'93, S'94, S'95, 3 credit hrs.,
60 students (UVA)
- EE 323, "Signals and Systems I," F'94, F'95, 3 credit hrs.,
55 students (UVA)
- ENGR203, "Electrical Science I," S'91, 3 credit hrs., 15 students (UVA)

### Introduced new courses/lab on:

- EE 793, "Spectral analysis and time series," F'88 (UVA)
- EE 687, "Wireless Communications (Lab)," F'97 (UVA)
- EE 676, "Multidimensional Signal & Image Processing," F'89
(UVA)
- EE 614, "Estimation Theory," F'89, S'96 (UVA)

### Established Digital Signal Processing as a separate area in the M.Sc. level at UVA, Fall 1988.