About Me

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My research relies on methods from Information Theory, Discrete Geometry and Number Theory to build reliable and secure data transmission schemes.

As of Oct/2016 I will be with Imperial College London.

On the left: A fauvist version of myself made with convolutional neural networks. Here is a more professional photo.

Here is why I think research in mathematics should be funded.

News: Talks/Conferences

  • Jan/2018: The paper ``Non-existence of perfect Lee codes with packing radius 2 for infinitely many dimensions'' has been accepted to the Transactions on Information Theory, Special Issue in memory of S. Golomb
  • Oct/2017: Co-organised, together with Patricia Arias and Vint Cert, the workshop ``Mathematical Foundations of Cyber Security'' at the HLF.

    Here is a WIKI-page with the content of the workshop, which includes Differential Privacy, Digital Authentication and Post-Quantum Crypto, and here are two pictures.

  • Oct/2017: Invited academic guest at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland (01/08-07/08).
  • Sept/2017: One of young researchers selected to the Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
  • July/2017: This Spring we will be reading Cassel's Introduction to Diophantine Approximations in our reading group at Imperial College. Drop me an e mail or just pop in if you want to participate.
  • July/2017: Two papers accepted for presentation at ISIT 2017
  • Week on Coding and Information choosen as an official sattelite event of the International Congress of Mathematicians 2018 (official announcement)
  • Jan/2017: Invited talk on ``Capacity-Achieving codes for MIMO and fading channels'' at Huawei Research Lab, France (23/01)
  • 2016: Invited talk on Random Algebraic Lattices at the Optimization Seminar, CWI, the Netherlands