Naveen Goela      



2013 PhD from University of California, Berkeley
2012 Visiting scholar at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland
2004 M. Eng. Computer Science, M.I.T. CSAIL
2004 B.Sc. Mathematics, M.I.T.
2003 B.Sc. in Computer Science, M.I.T.
Instructor M.I.T. African Internet Technology Initiative
Instructor U.C. Berkeley Signal and Systems
Instructor M.I.T. Software Design

Recent News

8.2018 Senior Data Scientist, Tanium.
6.2017 Technicolor Visionary Award.
2.2017 Invited Talk, DNA Storage, ITA-UCSD 2017.
4.2015 Research Scientist In Machine Learning, Statistics.
8.2014 Qualcomm ImpaQt Innovation Award.

Journal Publications

[1] H. H. Lee*, R. Kalhor*, N. Goela*, J. Bolot, G. M. Church, "Terminator-free Template-Independent Enzymatic DNA Synthesis for Digital Information Storage," 2018. [bioRxiv]

[2] N. Goela and M. Raginsky, "Channel Polarization Through The Lens Of Blackwell Measures," 2018. [arXiv]

[3] C. Suh, N. Goela, M. C. Gastpar, "Computation in Multicast Networks: Function Alignment and Converse Theorems," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 62, no. 4, pp. 1866-1877, April, 2016. [Journal-Ref] [arXiv]

[4] N. Goela, E. Abbe, M. C. Gastpar, "Polar Codes For Broadcast Channels," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 61, no. 2, pp. 758-782, February, 2015. [Journal-Ref] [arXiv]

[5] N. Goela, M. C. Gastpar, "Reduced-Dimension Linear Transform Coding of Correlated Signals in Networks," IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 60, no. 6, pp. 3174-3187, June 2012. [Journal-Ref] [arXiv]

Recent Conference Paper Highlights

Accepted paper to be presented in Naha, Okinawa, Japan.

Infrastructure-less Indoor Localization using High-Frequency Light Fingerprints

Patent Technologies

13+ Patents Filed [Google Patents]

Thesis Publications

[1] N. Goela, "Modern Low-Complexity Capacity-Achieving Codes For Network Communication," PhD Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of EECS, December, 2013. [Thesis-PDF]

[2] N. Goela, "Visual Hull Motion Graphs: Matching and Compressing Sequences of Visual Hulls," M. Eng. Thesis, Massachusetts Instit. of Technology, Dept. of EECS, June, 2004. [Thesis-PDF]