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Dr. Tolga M. Duman

Professor

Department of Electrical and

Electronics Engineering

Bilkent University

TR-06800, Bilkent, Ankara

Turkey

Tel: +90 (312) 290-3394 
Fax: +90 (312) 290-4192
For e-mail click here
Office: EE-406

Biography:

 

Tolga M. Duman is a Professor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department at Bilkent University and he is on leave from the School of ECEE at Arizona State University. He received the B.S. degree from Bilkent University in Turkey in 1993, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from NortheasternUniversity, Boston, in 1995 and 1998, respectively, all in electrical engineering. Prior to joining Bilkent University in September 2012, he has been with the Electrical Engineering Department of Arizona State Universityfirst as an Assistant Professor (1998-2004), then as an Associate Professor (2004-2008), and starting August 2008 as a Professor. Dr. Duman's current research interests are in systems, with particular focus on communication and signal processing, including wireless and mobile communications, coding/modulation, coding for wireless communications, data storage systems and underwater acoustic communications.

 

Dr. Duman is a Fellow of IEEE, a recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award and IEEE Third Millennium medal. His publications include a book on MIMO Communications (by Wiley in 2007), and close to two hundred journal and conference papers. He served as an editor for IEEE Trans. on Wireless Communications (2003-08), IEEE Trans. on Communications (2007-2012) and IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2002-07). He is currently the coding and communication theory area editor for IEEE Trans. on Communications (2011-present) and an editor for Elsevier Physical Communications Journal (2010-present). 

 

 

 

For more details, please visit my groupís website: Communication Theory and Applications Research (CTAR) at Bilkent.

 

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BOOK: "Coding for MIMO Communication Systems" by Tolga M. Duman and Ali Ghrayeb (Publisher: Wiley, 2007)

To see the list of typos we have found after the publication of the book, please download the Errata (updated on 9/4/08).