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Yves Teganya of the Faculty of Engineering and Science at the University of Agder has submitted his thesis entitled “Machine Learning Tools for Radio Map Estimation in Fading-Impaired Channels“ and will defend the thesis for the PhD-degree Friday 13 November 2020.
He has followed the PhD Programme at the Faculty of Engineering and Science with Specialization in Information- and Communication Technology (ICT) at the University of Agder.
The research work has been performed at the WISENET Center, Department of ICT, UiA, and was funded by the Research Council of Norway through the FRIPRO TOPPFORSK grant and the IKTPLUSS grant (LUCAT).
The trial lecture and the public defence will take place online, via the Zoom conferencing app (link below)
Director, Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAIR), Professor Ole-Christoffer Granmo, Department of Information and Communication Technology, Faculty of Engineering and Science, will chair the disputation.
Given topic for trial lecture: «mmWave communications for immersive media delivery»
Search for the thesis in AURA - Agder University Research Archive, a digital archive of scientific papers, theses and dissertations from the academic staff and students at the University of Agder.
The Candidate: Yves Teganya (1986, Nyabihu, Rwanda) Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, University of Rwanda - College of Science and Technology UR-CST (former KIST), Rwanda (2012). Master of Science (MSc) in Electronics/ Telecommunications from University of Gävle, Sweden (2016). Present position: PhD Candidate.
First opponent: Associate Professor Olav Tirkkonen, Aalto University, Finland
Second opponent: Associate Professor Suzan Bayhan, University of Twente, Zilverling, NL
Associate Professor Lei Jiao, Department of Information and Communication Technolog, University of Agder, is appointed as the administrator for the assessment commitee.
The disputation is open to the public, but to follow the trial lecture and the public defence, which is transmitted via the Zoom conferencing app, you have to register as an audience member:
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The chair invites members of the public to pose questions ex auditorio in the introduction to the public defense, with deadlines. Questions can be submitted to the chair, Professor Ole-Christoffer Granmo, on e-mail