UCLA Engineering Faculty and Students Present Research at Annual Broadcom Technical Conference
By UCLA Samueli Newsroom
Broadcom invited students and their professors from universities receiving unrestricted research grants from the Broadcom Foundation to present their work in a poster session during the opening reception. Rick Wesel and Babak Daneshrad, professors of electrical engineering at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Ph.D. candidates Tsung-Yi Chen, Chung-Yu Lou, Chao-Yi Wang, and Eren Eraslan were among the participants. Wesel and Chen presented research on “A Sphere-Packing Analysis of Incremental Redundancy with Feedback,” while Lou, Wang, Eraslan, and Daneshrad presented, “Self-Adaptive MIMO Radio.”
Broadcom’s Technical Conference was held at the Fairmont Hotel in Irvine.
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Main Image: UCLA Engineering Ph.D candidates Chung-Yu Lou, Chao-Yi Wang, and Eren Eraslan presented research at a poster session held during the opening session of Broadcom Corporation’s annual Technical Conference. Pictured left to right: Chung-Yu Lou, Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor, Vice President for Antenna & RF Research and University Relations Nick Alexopoulos, Chao-Yi Wang, and Eren Eraslan. Inset Image: UCLA Engineering Professor Rick Wesel presented research at a poster session held during the opening session of Broadcom Corporation’s annual Technical Conference. Pictured left to right: Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor, UCLA Engineering Professor Rick Wesel and Vice President for Antenna & RF Research and University Relations Nick Alexopoulos.