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

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.