Alejandro Lancho Serrano

Post doc at Communication Systems

Alejandro Lancho is a postdoctoral researcher in the Communication Systems group working with Professor Giuseppe Durisi. His research focuses on information theory and its applications to upcoming problems in next generations of wireless communication systems. He is involved in a project that aims to study and design secure, private, and lowlatency cloud connectivity protocols for IoT applications. Specifically, he is involved in the development of theoretical bounds that allow to characterize the minimum communication latency and the maximum energy efficiency that is compatible with a given level of security and privacy.


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Short-Packet Transmission over a Bidirectional Massive MIMO link

Johan Östman, Alejandro Lancho Serrano, Giuseppe Durisi
Conference Record - Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers
Paper in proceedings

Saddlepoint Approximations for Noncoherent Single-Antenna Rayleigh Block-Fading Channels

Alejandro Lancho Serrano, Johan Östman, Giuseppe Durisi et al
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory - Proceedings. Vol. 2019-July, p. 612-616
Paper in proceedings

Finite-Blocklength Approximations for Noncoherent Rayleigh Block-Fading Channels

Alejandro Lancho Serrano, Johan Östman, Tobias Koch et al
Conference contribution

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