ACCESS Distinguished Lecture Series on Video

As scientists and citizens we feel a particular need to be better informed, and to learn the larger picture. ACCESS Distinguished Lecture Series brings eminent speakers from prestigious universities to KTH from around the world. As part of ACCESS mission to interface with society many of these lectures extend to broader popular areas of interest, such as the sub-prime crisis, the roles that popularity and novelty play in eliciting attention in the Web or systems for intelligent buildings and environmental monitoring.

DLS seminars 2019:

"The Deep Learning in Physical Layer Communications", April 11th 2019

Professor Dr Geoffrey Ye Li, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology

ACCESS DLS 2019-04-11, Professor Dr Geoffrey Ye Li

DLS seminars 2018:

"Reconfigurable Distributed MIMO for Physical-layer Security in Mobile Networks", Sep 13th 2018

Professor Zygmunt Haas, University of Texas Dallas

ACCESS DLS 2018-09-13, Prof Zygmunt Haas

"How to Measure Network Flexibility? A Proposal for Evaluating Softwarized Networks", June 20th, 2018

Professor Wolfgang Kellerer, Technical University Munich, Germany

ACCESS DLS 2018-06-20, Prof Wolfang Kellerer

"The Time-Traveling Networking Researcher: Witnessing the consolidation and fragmentation of the Internet?", June 11th, 2018

Professor Mostafa H. Ammar, School of Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

ACCESS DLS 2018-06-11, Prof Mostafa Ammar

"Information and Graph Theoretical Machinery for Neuro-engineering", May 30th, 2018

Professor Behnaam Aazhang, RICE University Electrical and Computer Engineering, Houston, Texas USA

ACCESS DLS 2018-05-30, Prof Behnaam Aazhang

"Optimal Power Flow: Online Algorithm and Fast Dynamics"

Professor Steven Low, Computing & Mathematical Sciences, Electrical Engineering, Caltech, USA

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"Life long learning in computer and robot vision"

Associate Professor Barbara Caputo, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy 

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Cloud Radio Access Networks: Capacity, Optimization, and Duality

- Professor Wei Yu, University of Toronto, Canada

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Safe Learning

- Professor Claire Tomlin University of California, Berkeley, USA. 

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Running software in uncertain environments: how diversification and approximation can enhance robustness

Dr. Benoit Baudry from INRIA, France

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Learning Sparsifying Transforms for Signal, Image, and Video Processing

Professor Yoram Bresler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

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Convexity, Sparsity, Nullity and all that….

Professor Hamid Krim, North Carolina State University, USA

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Recent Advances in Embedded Model Predictive Control

Professor Alberto Bemporad

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Formal methods and continuous change: towards a happy marriage

Professor Carlo Ghezzi

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50 years after the software crisis: what did we learn

Professor Giuliano Antoniol, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada

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Optimal Control of Wireless Networks: From Theory to Practice

Professor Eytan Modiano, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

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Scalable Software Testing and Verification Through Heuristic Search and Optimization: Experiences and Lessons Learned

Professor Lionel C. Briand, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

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Impact of Clustering on the Performance of Network De-anonymization

Professor Emilio Leonardi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

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From Automatic Verification to Code Synthesis

Professor Doron Peled, Bar Ilan University, Israel

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Biological Communication Channels: Engineered and Natural

Professor Urbashi Mitra, USC, USA

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Stochastic Network Calculus: A System Theory for the Internet

Professor Markus Fidler, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

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"MOOCs, seriously"

Professor Pierre Dillenbourg, EPFL, Switzerland

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A Journey Towards Model-based Engineering for Manufacturing

Dr. Vijay Srinivasan, NIST, USA.

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Random Matrix Theory for 5G Systems: how complexity leads to simplicity

Professor Merouane Debbah, Supelec, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

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Synchronization and Intervention in Flocks with Large Population

Professor Lei Guo, The Chinese Academy of Science, China

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Sensing everywhere: on quantitative verification for ubiquitous computing

Professor Marta Kwiatkowska, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK

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Low-Complexity Scheduling Policies for Achieving Throughput and Delay Optimality in Multi-channel (OFDM) Downlink Systems

Professor Ness Shroff, The Ohio State University, USA

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Network Layer Trust in Content-Centric Networking

Professor Gene Tsudik, University of California Irvine, USA

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Dancing with the Adversary: a Tale of Wimps and Giants

Professor Virgil Gligor, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

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Randomized Methods in Game Theory with Applications to Network Security

Professor João Hespanha, University of California Santa Barbara, USA

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Online Learning and Adaptation over Networks

Professor Ali H. Sayed, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

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Robust Estimation in Signal Processing

Professor Abdelhak Zoubir, TU Darmstadt, Germany

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Spectrum - From Mining to Recycling

Professor Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University, USA

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Games, Privacy and Distributed Inference for the Smart Grid

Professor H. Vincent Poor, Princeton University, USA

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There is more to Internet measurement than meets the eye

Dr. Walter Willinger, Chief Scientist, Niksun Inc., Princeton, USA

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Community Detection and the Labeled Stochastic Block Model

Dr. Laurent Massoulie, Director of the Microsoft Research - Inria Joint Centre, Paris, France

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Early Developent of Automatic Control in Sweden 

Professor Karl Johan Åström, Lund University, Sweden

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Paper (pdf 330 kB)

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Cyber-Physical Systems Challenge for Model-based Design

Professor Janos Sztipanovits, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA

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Statistical Physics of Compressed Sensing 

Professor Marc Mézard, Ecole normale supérieure and LPTMS - Univ. Paris Sud, CNRS, France

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Monitoring Policy Compliance

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Cyber-physical systems with Human in the loop

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From Transistors to the Smart Earth, the evolution of design methods and tools in the last 35 years

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Caching in an information-centric network: exploring the memory bandwidth tradeoff

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Defying Nyquist in Analog to Digital Conversion

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Massive MIMO and Dense Deployment of Small Cells: How to Achieve a 100-fold Capacity Increase in Wireless Networks

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Mean Field Methods for Computer and Communication Systems

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Foundation of Digital Signal Processing: Signal Spaces, System Representation, and Quantization Effects

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Information Gradients and the Acquisition of Knowledge from Data 

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The increasing role of verification in software development 

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Robust Communications through Decentralized, Backhaul Limited, Wireless Networks

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Stability & Selection in Game Theoretic Learning

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On Synchronization and Security in Power Networks

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The marriage between random access and codes on graphs: Coded slotted ALOHA does not need retransmissions

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Coordinated Aggregation of Demand-side Distributed Resources

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Some Perspectives on Scaling Wireless Capacity

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Algebraic Structure in Network Information Theory

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Info Randomness and Coherence in Large Networks: dimension-dependent and multi-scale effects of feedback

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Information Networks and Cooperative Communications

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Kalman and Kalman Bucy @ 50: Distributed and Intermittency

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A Statistical Mechanical Approach to Compressed Sensing

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Living in the WAM Continuum: Unified Design and Operation of Wireless and Mobile Networks

Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

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Control Challenges in Powertrain, Combustion and Drilling Control

Keith Glover, Cambridge University, U.K

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Geography and Communities in Complex Networks

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The max-pressure controller for arbitrary networks of signalized intersections

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Signal processing for systems biology

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Exploiting information to improve control of large-scale manufacturing systems [2011-02-17]

Dawn Tilbury, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

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The Development of Raptor Codes [2011-01-31]

Amin Shokrollahi from EPFL, Switzerland

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Some models of information aggregation and consensus in networks [2011-01-18]

John Tsitsiklis, MIT

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Cloud Computing: Foundation Technologies and Research Challenges [2010-10-12]

Giovanni Pacifici, IBM Research, USA

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Back to the roots: Solving polynomial systems with numerical linear algebra tools [2010-11-12]

Bart De Moor, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

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Stable throughput, rate control, and delay in multi-access channels [2010-09-27]

Professor Anthony Ephremides from University of Maryland in College Park, USA

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Spatially Coupled Codes -- A New Paradigm for Code Design [2010-06-28]

Speaker: Professor Rüdiger Urbanke, EPFL, Schweiz

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Opportunistic Vehicle Routing [2010-05-31]

Speaker: Mario Gerla, UCLA, USA

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Statistical data mining law and some applications [2010-05-18]

Speaker: Professor Peter Stoica, Uppsala University, Information Technology Department, Division of Systems and Control.

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Multi-Channel Wireless Networks: Theory to Practice [2010-05-07]

Speaker: Professor Nitin Vaidya, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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Bringing network coding into the network [2010-03-05]

Speaker: Muriel Médard from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

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The Third Generation of Control Systems [2010-02-02]

Speaker: Professor P. R. Kumar, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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Software verification for ubiquitous computing [2010-01-28]

Professor Marta Kwiatkowska, Oxford University Computing Laboratory, United Kingdom

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