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I am currently a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Melbourne, Australia and Deputy Dean (Academic) in the Melbourne School of Engineering. My main research interests are in communications theory, information theory and statistical signal processing with emphasis on applications to wireless communications systems. At parties I tell people that I am a ski instructor from Sweden and I am very very good at stacking dishwashers.

Contact Details

Room G05, Old Engineering (Building 173)
Melbourne School of Engineering
University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC 3010, Australia

Phone: +61 3 8344 1571
Email: jse at unimelb dot edu dot au
Twitter: @slacademic

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Random News

  • Congratulations to my student Meng Wang for winning the Best Student Paper award at AusCTW 2014 for his paper "Multi-cell opportunistic beamforming in interference-limited networks," by M. Wang, T. Samarasinghe, and J. S. Evans.
  • Our latest effort to finish the semester with a bang is a version of The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?). If only my papers could get as many views.
  • My ex-PhD student John Papandriopoulos has attracted some good press recently for his brilliant iPhone app SnappyCam Pro. I wish I could say that I taught him everything he knows.
  • Our paper "Optimal SINR-based coverage in Poisson cellular networks with power density constraints," by T. Samarasinghe, H. Inaltekin, and J. S. Evans was shortlisted for the Best Paper Award at the IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, Sept. 2013.
  • Our paper "Opportunistic beamforming with precoder diversity in multi-user MIMO systems," by M. Wang, F. Li, and J. S. Evans won the Best Paper in the Multiple Antenna Systems and Space-Time-Frequency Processing Track at the IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Dresden, Germany, June 2013.
  • Congratulations to my student Rajitha Senanayake for winning the Best Student Paper award at AusCTW 2013 for her paper "Optimal multiuser detection in a cooperative two-cell network," by R. Senanayake, P. L. Yeoh, and J. S. Evans.

Author: Jamie Evans
Last Updated: February 19, 2016

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