IGOR KADOTA


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Here you can find my Academic CV, Research Statement and Teaching Statement.

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

  • Theory: network modelling and optimization, scheduling algorithms with performance guarantees, age-of-information, machine learning, regret analysis, multi-armed bandits, Lyapunov optimization, renewal theory, and stochastic coupling.
  • Systems: design and implementation of beyond-5G networks, Internet-of-Things (IoT), embedded networking solutions, full-duplex, millimeter-wave (mmWave), Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA), 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: Awards, Publications, Teaching, Talks, and Service.

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News


  • Upcoming talk "Wireless Networks for Future Applications: from Networks of Drones to Adaptive Control of Integrated Circuits" at Northwestern University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • Upcoming talk "Wireless Networks for Future Applications: from Networks of Drones to Adaptive Control of Integrated Circuits" at New York University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • Upcoming talk "Wireless Networks for Future Applications: from Networks of Drones to Adaptive Control of Integrated Circuits" at Virginia Tech, Department of Computer Science.
  • Jan 2023: talk "Wireless Networks for Future Applications: from Networks of Drones to Adaptive Control of Integrated Circuits" at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering.
  • NSF
  • Dec 2022: grateful to the National Science Foundation for supporting our research on "Spectrum Sharing via Consumption Models and Telemetry - Prototyping and Field Testing in an Urban FCC Innovation Zone" with an NSF SII-NRDZ grant. WiMNet news item here.
  • Dec 2022: our paper on Time-Sensitive Wireless Networking for Collaborative Teams of UAVs has been accepted to IEEE INFOCOM 2023. Video with UAV flight tests below. [Acceptance rate 19.2%] [link to the paper here]
  • INFOCOM 2023

  • Dec 2022: talk "Spectrum Sharing via Consumption Models" at Rutgers University, WINLAB Research Review.
  • Dec 2022: our paper on Large-Scale Dynamic Spectrum Access using SCMs has been accepted to IEEE WCNC 2023.
  • Oct 2022: our paper on Predictive Weather-Aware Rerouting and Admission Control for mmWave x-haul Networks has been accepted to ACM SIGMETRICS 2023. [Acceptance rate 18.3%] [link to the paper here]
  • Igor Kadota
  • July 2022: selected as a member of the 2022 cohort of LATinE Trailblazers in Engineering Fellows by Purdue's College of Engineering. Columbia University news item here.
  • July 2022: our paper on Outdoor-to-Indoor mmWave Wireless Measurements has been accepted to ACM MobiHoc 2022. [Acceptance rate 19.8%] [link to the paper here]
  • May 2022: served as a panelist in the Career Day at Columbia Secondary School.
  • April 2022: serving on the TPC of IEEE INFOCOM 2023. Please consider submitting your best work!
  • NSF
  • April 2022: grateful to the National Science Foundation for supporting our research on "Enabling Wireless Edge-cloud Services via Autonomous Resource Allocation and Robust Physical Layer Technologies" with an NSF-RINGS grant. WiMNet news item here.
  • Mar 2022: talk "Wireless Networks for Emerging Time-Sensitive Applications: Theory and Systems" at University of Washington, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • Feb 2022: talk "Wireless Networks for Emerging Time-Sensitive Applications: Theory and Systems" at Cornell Tech and Cornell University, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • Feb 2022: online talk "Wireless Networks for Emerging Time-Sensitive Applications: Theory and Systems" at Columbia University, CS Systems Seminar.
  • Feb 2022: online talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), Morocco , UM6P-CS Research Seminars, hosted by Prof. El Mehdi Amhoud and Prof. Karima Echihabi
  • Dec 2021: US Patent Application No. 17/551,643 entitled "Predictive weather-aware communication network management".
  • Dec 2021: online talk "WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation" at Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey, EE Graduate Seminar, hosted by Prof. Elif Uysal Biyikoglu
  • July 2021: our paper on Regret Analysis of Aging Bandits has been accepted to WiOpt Conference.
  • Virtual conference presentation below.

    WiOpt 2021

  • July 2021: our Survey Paper on Full-Duplex Systems has been accepted to IEEE Open Journal of the Communications Society, Special issue on Full-Duplex Transceivers for Future Networks: Theory and Techniques.
  • July 2021: our paper on Dynamic Spectrum Access using SCMs has been accepted to ACM WiNTECH workshop.
  • June 2021: invited to represent the MIT LIDS graduating class of 2021 during the commencement ceremony.
  • Apr 2021: our WiFresh Paper has been accepted to IEEE ICCCN. Virtual conference presentation below.
  • IEEE ICCCN 2021

  • Mar 2021: talk "Wireless Networks for Emerging Time-Sensitive Applications: Theory and Systems" at Yale, Dept of Electrical Engineering Seminar, hosted by Prof. Steve Morse, 2021.
  • Jan 2021: serving on the TPC of WiOpt 2021. Please consider submitting your latest work!


Igor Kadota


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