On September 11, 2020, Lieneke Kusters defended her PhD theses entitled “Helper Data Schemes for Secret-Key Binding with SRAM PUFs: Bias & Multiple Observations”. The TU/e coverage about her work can be found on Home stretch | Fingerprint for the Internet of Things.


We are an academic research group in the Signal Processing Systems Group (Department of Electrical Engineering) at Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands. Our main research interest is in information and communication theory, and its applications. Our mission is to study information processing in a broad sense…


In 1972 J.P.M. (Piet) Schalkwijk was appointed as full professor in the field of Information Theory in the Electrical Engineering Department at Eindhoven University of Technology. Together with his staff (Joop de Brouwer, Jan Rooijackers, and Han Vinck) Piet Schalkwijk founded the Informatie en Communicatietheorie Group (EI)…

Frans M. J. Willems

Professor of Information Theory and Its Applications, TU Eindhoven

Wim van Houtum

Digital Wireless Communication Systems Fellow, TU Eindhoven

Alex Alvarado

Associate Professor, TU Eindhoven

R. Firat Tigrek

Post Doc Researcher, TU Eindhoven

Hamdi Joudeh

Assistant Professor, TU Eindhoven

Bin Chen

Post Doc Researcher, TU Eindhoven

Francesco Laghezza

Guest Researcher, TU Eindhoven

Gabriele Liga

Research Fellow, TU Eindhoven

Alireza Sheikh

Post Doc Researcher, TU Eindhoven

Lieneke Kusters

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Yunus Can Gültekin

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Amir Ashkan Farsaei

PhD student, TU Eindhoven

Vinícius Oliari Couto Dias

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Franz Lampel

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Astrid Barreiro

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Kaiquan Wu

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Sebastiaan Goossens

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

Mehrangiz Ensan

PhD Student, TU Eindhoven

All members

In this project the architecture and signal processing of distributed massive MIMO systems is explored. This project is based on the multi-user information theory and the application of coding techniques for reliable transmission.

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The goal of this project is to redefine the way signal shaping techniques have been used so far in linear channels to operate at information rates never achieved before in fibre-optic communications.

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The enumerative shaping for optical communications project studies sphere shaping of multidimensional constellations employing enumerative techniques.

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This project studies fundamental questions regarding data transmission in the nonlinear optical channel, including for example, the maximum amount of information that optical fibres can carry in the highly nonlinear regime.

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You may also find all publications of our group here.

Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)

Proceedings of the 2018 Symposium on Information Theory and Signal Processing in the Benelux (SITB)

Proceedings of the IEEE 28th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC)

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TU/e is growing faster than ever and we are seeking talented candidates at all levels.

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Are you a student interested in doing an awesome project or taking a course with us? Check our opportunities!

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Eighth Van Der Meulen Seminar having as topic “Neural Networks in Communication Systems”

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Welcome to the Eindhoven Workshop on Optical Communications (EWOC), 8-10, April, 2018

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PUF Seminar at TUe - 27, March, 2018

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Tjalling Tjalkens

Associate Professor, TU Eindhoven

Chigo Okonkwo

Assistant Professor, TU Eindhoven

Onur Günlü

Dr.-Ing. Researcher, TU Berlin

Tobias Fehenberger

Visiting Senior Researcher, TU Eindhoven

Abdelkerim Amari

Post Doc Researcher, TU Eindhoven

Yi Lei

Visiting PhD, TU Eindhoven

Hami Rabbani

Visiting Researcher, TU Eindhoven

All collaborators


  • Signal Processing Systems Group, Eindhoven University of Technology, Groene Loper 19, Flux Building, 5600MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands