IGOR KADOTA


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I am a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Columbia University working on emerging wireless networks. My research interests are:

  • Theory: network modelling and optimization, scheduling algorithms with performance guarantees, machine learning, multi-armed bandits, mathematical optimization, and stochastic processes.
  • Systems: design and implementation of ultra-low latency wireless networks, 5G networks, Internet-of-Things (IoT), Smart-Cities, full-duplex wireless, millimeter-wave systems, spectrum sharing, and Software Defined Radios (SDR).
I am very fortunate to be hosted by Prof. Gil Zussman at Columbia University, and to have been
advised by Prof. Eytan Modiano during the PhD at MIT LIDS.

Here you can find additional information about: Publications, Teaching, Talks, and Service.

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Awards and Honors


RESEARCH: TEACHING AND MENTORING:
  • MIT School of Engineering Graduate Student Extraordinary Teaching and Mentoring Award of 2020 - given annually by the School of Engineering to a graduate student in "recognition of demonstrated extraordinary teaching and mentoring efforts as a teaching or research assistant".
  • MIT AeroAstro Graduate Teaching Assistantship Award of 2018 - given annually by the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics to a graduate student "who has demonstrated conspicuous dedication and skill in helping fulfill a subject's educational objectives". Igor Kadota
FELLOWSHIPS:
  • Thomas G. Stockham Jr. Fellowship of 2019-2020 - awarded to a graduate student at MIT in "recognition of outstanding academic record, exceptional background, and promising future".
  • CAPES Fellowship of 2011-2013 - awarded by the Brazilian federal government for the duration of the SM in ITA / Brazil.
PRESENTATION: Igor Kadota

News


  • Dec, 2020: our paper has been accepted to the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM)
  • Oct, 2020: our paper has been accepted to the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC)
  • Aug, 2020: online talk "Index Policies: Gittins and Whittle Indices" at Carnegie Mellon University, SQUALL Seminar, hosted by Prof. Mor Harchol-Balter
  • Aug, 2020: served as a panelist in the event PhD 101 organized by MIT Graduate Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
  • July, 2020: successful defense of PhD thesis entitled "Age-of-Information in Wireless Networks: Theory and Implementation"
  • June, 2020: received the 2020 School of Engineering Graduate Student Extraordinary Teaching and Mentoring Award
  • Jan, 2020: talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" received the Best Presentation Award at the MIT LIDS Student Conference. Please find the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrfvWxujud8.
  • Dec, 2019: our book entitled Age of Information: A New Metric for Information Freshness has been published
  • Dec, 2019: our paper has been accepted to the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC)
  • Nov, 2019: talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" at MIT, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
  • Nov, 2019: talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" at MIT, LIDS & Stats Tea Talk
  • Oct, 2019: talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" at Harvard University, ISS Seminar, hosted by Prof. Flavio du Pin Calmon
  • Oct, 2019: talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, ECE Graduate Seminar, hosted by Prof. D. Richard Brown
  • July, 2019: launch of CNRG's programmable radio lab. Excited about upcoming experiments in the new platform!


Igor Kadota


Contact

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Columbia University
Office: CEPSR 801
530 W 120th St
New York, NY 10027



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