Multimedia Communications Laboratory


The Multimedia Communications Laboratory (MCL) is affiliated with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. The central theme of our research is the application of information theory and coding theory to various challenges in the fields of communication and signal processing. Lately our research has concentrated on the areas of wireless networks (relay and cooperative networks) and medical imaging (functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI). Interestingly, certain tools and insights from statistics and information theory are applicable to both these areas. We invite you to read about some of our past research projects below. If you are interesting in joining MCL for your PhD studies, please follow this link for more information.

Research Assistantships are available on an intermittent basis for highly qualified applicants. Please follow the link for more information.

Group Meetings and Seminars

We have regular group meetings that are open to all interested parties. If you are interested in joinging MCL, we invite you to participate in our group meetings and learn more about our activities and interests. A list of meeting topics are given here .

Some Recent Discoveries

Past Projects

Membership:

MCL Alumni

We are very proud of the MCL alumni, all of whom have quickly moved on to successful and productive professional careers. They keep in touch with the MCL and act as a source of inspiration for our newer students. We wish them even more success in the years to come.

Sponsors of MCL:

Publications

The UTD LTE Group

The multimedia communications laboratory is a participating member of the wireless long term evolution technology group.

Resources for Graduate Students

MCL Photo Album


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Last modified June 2009