Salim El Rouayheb
Taught ECE 511: Analysis of Random Signals in Fall 2015. Check out the course Piazza website.
Will be teaching ECE520: Information Theory And Applications in Spring 2016.
I am an assistant professor at the ECE Department at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT).
I was an associate research scholar at the EE Department at Princeton University (2012-2013) and a postdoc at the EECS department at the University of California, Berkeley (2010-2011). I received my Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station, in 2009. During Summer 2006, I was an intern at the Mathematics of Communication Research Department at Bell Labs. I was awarded the Charlie S. Korban award for outstanding graduate student, and the Texas Telecommunication Engineering Consortium (TXTEC) Graduate Fellowship.
My research interests lie in the area of communications with a focus on network coding, distributed data storage and information-theoretic security.
S. El Rouayheb, S. Goparaju, H. M. Kiah and O. Milenkovic, Synchronizing Edits in Distributed Storage Networks, arxiv:1409.1551, September 2014.
S. El Rouayheb, E. Soljanin and A. Sprintson, Secure Network Coding for Wiretap Networks of Type II, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 56, No. 9, March 2012.
S. Pawar, S. El Rouayheb and K. Ramchandran, Securing Dynamic Distributed Storage Systems against Eavesdropping and Adversarial Attacks, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, October 2011.
S. El Rouayheb and K. Ramchandran, Fractional Repetition Codes for Repair in Distributed Storage Systems, Allerton, September 2010.
S. El Rouayheb, A. Sprintson and C. N. Georghiades, On the Index Coding Problem and its Relation to Network Coding and Matroid Theory, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, July 2010.
S. El Rouayheb, M.A.R. Chaudhry and A. Sprintson, On the minimum number of transmissions in single-hop wireless coding networks, IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), September 2007.
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