Since Feb 2019, I am Director of the KTH Digitalisation Platform.
I am interested in optimal algorithmic designs and fundamental bounds in different areas.
- Information theory, in particular
network information theory and physical-layer security and privacy
- Statistical signal processing, in particular
(distributed) statistical inference, self-learning sensor calibration
- Learning, in particular
re-inforcement learning and privacy-preserving machine learning approaches
- Smart Grid, in particular
smart meter privacy, energy storage models, optimal energy management policies
- Wireless communication, in particular
signal processing & algorithms for transmitter and receiver design
- Networked control, in particular
optimal decision strategies, necessary and sufficient conditions for stability
For the following PhD students I successfully serve/d as supervisor
- Domink Fay (since Jan'20, co-supervisor)
- Sara Saeidian (since Oct'19, main supervisor)
- Amirreza Zamanisiboni (since Oct ’18, co-supervisor)
- Linghui Zhou (since Sept ’18, main supervisor)
- Hamid Ghourchian (since Oct 2017, co-supervisor)
- Yang You (since Oct 2017, main supervisor)
- C V Ramana Reddy Avula (since Feb 2017, main supervisor)
- Minh Thanh Vu (graduated Aug 2019, main supervisor, thesis)
- Phuong Le Cao (graduated Apr 2019, main supervisor, thesis)
- Zuxing Li (graduated Sept 2017, main supervisor, thesis)
- Tan Tai Do (graduated Nov 2015, co-supervisor, thesis)
- Kittipong Kittichokechai (graduated June 2014, co-supervisor, thesis)
- Ali A. Zaidi (graduated Nov. 2013, co-supervisor, thesis)
- Hieu Do (graduated Oct. 2013, co-supervisor, thesis)
- Rafael F. Schaefer (Wyrembelski) (June 2007 - Oct. 2008, co-supervisor at TU Berlin)
I am always looking for motivated and excellent students. If you are a KTH student and you interested in a master thesis project in my research area, please contact me where you describe your interests and strengths. I am also always looking for excellent PhD student candidates (more information).
Tobias Oechtering received his Dipl.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology in 2002 from RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and his Dr.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2007 from the Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany under the supervision of Prof. Holger Boche. In 2012 he became Docent in Communication Theory at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. In November 2008 he joined the Communication Theory Lab at KTH as a Post-Doctoral Researcher, was an Assistant Professor between July 2010 and April 2013, an Associate Professor between May 2013 and October 2018 and has been a Professor since Nov 2018. He served as Associate Editor of the IEEE Communication Letters between Feb 2012 and March 2015. Presently, he is serving as an editor for IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security since June 2015.
- EO3120 From Research to Impact (2018, 2017)
- EO3320 Information Theoretic Security (2013, 2012)
- EO3300 Multi-user Information Theory Course (2018, 2014, 2012, 2010)
- EO3200 Foundations in Digital Communications (2018, 2016, 2014, 2012)
- F2E5634 Detection and Modulation Theory Course (2010)
The course EO3320 is jointly taught with Somayeh Salimi. Below you find an automatically maintained list of currently involved undergraduate courses.