Naveen Goela      



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

Recent News and Presentations:

6.2017: Technicolor Visionary Award Winner, Top Research & Innovation.
2.2017: Invited talk, DNA Storage, ITA-UCSD 2017.
4.2015: Research scientist in Machine Learning, Statistics at Technicolor, Bay Area, USA.
8.2014: Qualcomm ImpaQt Innovation Award Winner.

Journal Publications:

[1] N. Goela, H. H. Lee, R. Kalhor, J. Bolot, G. M. Church, "{-} DNA," submitted, 60-pages main and supplement text, 2017.
[2] M. Raginsky and N. Goela, "Channel Polarization, Information Density, and Blackwell Measures," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, submitted, 18 double-column pages, 2017 .
[3] 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. [IT Transactions PDF] [arXiv]
[4] 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. [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.
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Recent Conference Paper Highlights:

ICASSP 2017 Infrastructure-less Indoor Localization using High-Frequency Light Fingerprints

Thesis Publications:

[1] Goela, N.; "Modern Low-Complexity Capacity-Achieving Codes For Network Communication," PhD Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, Fall, 2013.  [Thesis PDF]
[2] Goela, N.; "Visual Hull Motion Graphs: Matching and Compressing Sequences of Visual Hulls," M. Eng. Thesis Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of EECS, June, 2004.  [Thesis PDF]