Hasan Basri Celebi
I was a Ph.D. student at the Department of Information Science and Engineering at KTH between 2017 and 2021 working under the supervision of Prof. Mikael Skoglund and Antonios Pitarokoilis. Before starting my Ph.D., I worked for 7 years as a research engineer and senior embedded software developer. I received my M.Sc. degree from the University of South Florida in 2010 and my B.Sc. from Istanbul Technical University in 2007.
My research interests are in the area of wireless channel modeling, ultra-reliable low-latency communications for future wireless systems, and finite blocklength coding for wireless communication systems.
- Nov. 2021: I received my Ph.D. and started working at ABB as a data scientist and R&D software engineer.
- Oct. 2021: Our paper entitled "Goodput Maximization with Quantized Feedback in the Finite Blocklength Regime for Quasi-Static Channels" is submitted for possible journal publication.
- Sep. 2021: Our paper entitled "A Multi-Objective Optimization Framework for URLLC with Decoding Complexity Constraints" has been accepted in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. (Submitted in Feb. 2021) Link
- Jan. 2021: I am supervising the master thesis "Multipath Detection for Ground-Based Radar Systems with Machine Learning".
- Dec. 2020: Our entitled paper "Latency and Reliability Trade-off with Computational Complexity Constraints: OS Decoders and Generalizations" has been accepted in IEEE Transactions on Communications. Link
- Oct. 2020: Our conference paper entitled "A learning-based approach to address complexity-reliability tradeoff in OS decoders" has been accepted in IEEE Asilomar 2020. Link
- Aug. 2020: Our book chapter entitled "Wireless Communication for the Industrial IoT" is published in Industrial IoT: Challenges, Design Principles, Applications, and Security, Springer Verlag 2020. Link
- Aug. 2019: I received the best student paper award at IEEE ISWCS'19 for the paper "Low-latency communication with computational complexity constraints". Link
- May. 2019: Our conference paper entitled "Low-latency communication with computational complexity constraints" has been accepted in IEEE ISWCS 2019. Link
- May. 2018: Our conference paper entitled "Training-assisted channel estimation for low-complexity squared-envelope receivers" has been accepted in IEEE SPAWC 2018. Link