CoreLab, which is directed by Dr. Ertugrul Basar under the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Koç University, is conducting highly-active theoretical as well as experimental research towards the physical layer design of next-generation wireless communication systems and has collaboration ties with many international and national institutions.
Recent News (2019-2018):
January 2019: Our Special Issue “Advances in Signal Processing for Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access” at IEEE Access is now open. [CFP]
December 2018: Dr. Basar has received the ODTÜ Parlar Foundation Research Encouragement Award.
October 2018: We expect an open post-doctoral researcher position for the start of 2019.
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October 2018: CoreLab Seminar II – “Activities of IEEE 802 Wireless Groups towards 5G” by Dr. Tunçer Baykaş. [Info]
September 2018: Dr. Basar will moderate the “6G Vision Panel” at 6G Workshop 2018. Date: 25-Sep-2018, Location: İstanbul Medipol University.
August 2018: Our Special Issue on “Chaotic and Index Modulations: Emerging Paradigms for Future Wireless Communications” at Wiley/Hindawi Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing is now open. [CFP]
July 2018: Our website https://corelab.ku.edu.tr is up and running.
July 2018: Dr. Basar joined Koç University!
May 2018: Our Special Issue on “Index Modulation for Future Wireless Networks: A Signal Processing Perspective” at IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing is now open. [CFP]
May 2018: Our first US patent has been granted: “MIMO-OFDM-IM Communications System”, US 9,960,831 B2. [PDF]
April 2018: Dr. Basar has received the Exemplary Reviewer Award of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2017).
April 2018: Dr. Basar has joined the Editorial Board of IEEE Transactions on Communications as an Editor. [IEEE TCOM]
March 2018: Dr. Basar has been awarded by Science Academy (Bilim Akademisi) – Outstanding Young Scientist Award Programme (BAGEP). [BAGEP:news]
February 2018: Our Special Section “Index Modulation Techniques for Next-Generation Wireless Networks” at IEEE Access has been closed with a record of 23 accepted articles. [Editorial]
February 2018: We have received a new TUBITAK-1001 Grant for the period of 2018-2021.
January 2018: Our Special Issue on “Radio Access Technologies for Beyond 5G Wireless Networks” at Physical Communication (Elsevier) is now open. [CFP]