My research interests lie in the area of communication theory and
information theory, in particular their applications in
communication systems and networks. Currently, the topics that are
of particular interests to me include:
Distributed Coordination and Learning
Secure and robust communications
X. Yu, S. Wei and Y. Luo, “Finite Blocklength Analysis
of Gaussian Random Coding in AWGN Channels under Covert
Constraints,” accepted by IEEE Transactions on
Information Forensics & Security, Oct. 2020
X. Wan and S Wei, “Coupling the reduced-order model and
the generative model for an importance sampling estimator,” J.
Comput. Phys., vol. 408, May, 2020.
M. R. Khalili Shoja, G. T. Amariucai, Z. Wang, S. Wei
and J. Deng, "On the Secret Key Capacity of Sibling Hidden
Markov Models," in IEEE Transactions on Information
Forensics and Security, vol. 14, no. 2, pp.
514-524, Feb. 2019.
B. Li, S. Wei, Y. Wang and J. Yuan, "Chernoff
Information between Gaussian Trees,"Information
Sciences,accepted, April 2018.
F. Bayat and S. Wei, "Non-Adaptive Sequential
Detection of Active Edge-Wise Disjoint Subgraphs Under Privacy
Constraints," in IEEE Transactions on Information
Forensics and Security, vol. 13, no. 7, pp.
1615-1625, July 2018.
J. Wang, J. Mu, S. Wei, C. Jiang, and Beaulieu
N.C., "Statistical Characterization of Decryption Errors
in Block-Ciphered Systems," IEEE Transactions on Communications,
vol.63, no.11, pp.4363-4376, Nov. 2015.
S. Wu, S. Wei. Y. Wang, R. Vaidyanathan, and J. Yuan,
"Asymptotic error free partitioning over noisy Boolean
channels," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory,
vol. 61, no.11, pp.6168-6181, Nov. 2015.
Ahsan-Abbas Ali, Shuangqing Wei, "Analysis of degrees
of freedom under mixture Gaussian model in cognitive radio
systems," Physical Communication, Volume 16,
September 2015, Pages 1-13.
A. Ali, S. Wei, and L. Qian, "Optimal admission and
preemption control in finite-source loss systems,"Operations
Research Letters, Available online 2 March 2015,
Yahya S. Khiabani and ShuangqingWei, "ARQ Based
Symmetric-Key Generation over Correlated Erasure Channels with
Noisy Feedbacks," IEEE Transactions on Information
Forensics & Security, no.4, pp. 636-645,
Lijun Qian, Xiangfang Li, and Shuangqing Wei,
``Anomaly Spectrum Usage Detection in Multihop Cognitive Radio
Networks: a Cross-layer Approach," Journal of
Communications, Vol. 8, no.4, pp.259-266, 2013.
Y. Khiabani, S. Wei, J. Yuan and J. Wang,
``Enhancement of Secrecy of Block Ciphered Systems by Deliberate
Noise," IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics &
Security, vol.7, no.5, pp.1604-1613, Oct. 2012.
Two research assistantship openings are immediately available in Fall 2022 in Dr. Shuangqing Wei’s research group in the Division of ECE of the
School of EECS at LSU. The students will work on a project developing and implementing neural network-based algorithms to handle distortion and interference in
Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite communication (SATCOM) systems. Candidates are expected to be equipped with strong background in at least one of the following
areas: digital communications, optimization, statistical inference and machine learning, FPGA implementation, as well as proficient programming skills in Matlab
or Python. There will be summer internship opportunities during the project where students work with a local high-tech company in Baton Rouge. Please contact Dr.
Wei email@example.com if you are interested in conducting cutting-edge research in this project.