Recent Results

The conference will host an informal Recent Results Poster Exhibition, in parallel to the main conference program. All conference participants are welcome to bring a poster and present it in the exhibition. The poster may include research results in the conference subject scope (see call for paper) that have not been submitted or that have been recently published elsewhere. It may also present preliminary findings, research in progress, curious new open problems etc. A dedicated slot will be allocated on the evening of Monday June 6 for conference attendees to visit the exhibition and discuss with the poster authors.

The posters presented in the exhibition are not peer-reviewed and will not be included in the conference proceedings. We will minimize the formality of the poster exhibition to allow researchers, particularly students, to freely chat, discuss, exchange ideas, and obtain feedbacks. The poster has no specific formatting requirement, except that it should be no wider than 42 inches.

If you would like to present a poster in this exhibition, please sign up with Ziqiao Wang ( no later than May 25 June 1 to book your spot. In your email, please specify your name, affiliation, and your poster title.

Presented Posters

  • User Scheduling Using Graph Neural Networks For Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface Assisted Multiuser Downlink Communications
    Zhongze Zhang, Tao Jiang and Wei Yu (University of Toronto)

  • Coded Categorization in Massive Random Access
    Ryan Song, Kareen M. Attiah and Wei Yu (University of Toronto)

  • Joint Uplink-Downlink Resource Allocation for Multi-User IRS-Assisted Systems
    Mahmoud Saad Abouamer and Patrick Mitran (University of Waterloo)

  • PCA Initialization for Approximate Message Passing in Rotationally Invariant Models
    Marco Mondelli (Institute of Science and Technology, Austria) and Ramji Venkataramanan (University of Cambridge)

  • Nonlinearity Tolerant Probabilistic Shaping with Sequence Selection
    Mohammad Taha Askari, Lutz Lampe (University of British Columbia) and Jeebak Mitra (Huawei Technologies Canada)

  • Preamble/Payload Approach to MIMO URA with Iterative MUD and Channel Estimation
    Roshanak Soltani, Ehsan Nassaji and Dmitry Trukhachev (Dalhousie University)

  • Molecular communications in vacuum
    Taha Sajjad and Andrew Eckford (York University)

  • Interference Nulling Using Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface
    Tao Jiang and Wei Yu (University of Toronto)

  • Detection Interval Optimization for Diffusion-based Molecular Communication
    Xuan Chen (York University), Miaowen Wen, Fei Ji (South China University of Technology), Yu Huang (Guangzhou University), Yuankun Tang (South China University of Technology) and Andrew W.Eckford (York University)

  • Precoding for the Gaussian Dirty Paper Channel under a Peak-Amplitude Constraint
    Zhenyu Zhang and Anas Chaaban (University of British Columbia)

  • On the Generalization of Models Trained with SGD: Information-Theoretic Bounds and Implications
    Ziqiao Wang and Yongyi Mao (University of Ottawa)