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Students
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PhD Students
Current PhD Students
Yasin YILMAZ: Event triggered sampling for communications, Department of Electrical Enginee­ring, Columbia University, New York, USA. Expected completion in 2014. (Advisor: Xiaodong Wang, Co-advisor: George V. Moustakides).  Website 
Former PhD Students
Georgios FELLOURIS: Decentralized sequential decision making with asynchronous communication, Stat­istics department, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA. Completed in July 2010. Assistant Professor with the Department of Statistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA.  Website    Thesis 
Xenofon DOUKOPOULOS: Power techniques for blind channel estimation in wireless communication systems, IRISA-INRIA and University of Rennes-1, Rennes, France. Completed in 2004. With Parrot S.A., Paris, France.  Thesis 
Emmanouil PSARAKIS: Design of multidimensional FIR filters with the help of transformations, Computer Eng­ineering and Informatics department, University of Patras, Greece. Completed in 1991. Assistant Prof­essor with the Computer Engineering and Informatics department, University of Patras, Greece.  Website 
Participated in the Supervision of the following PhD Students
Maben RABI: Packet based inference and control, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA. Completed in 2006, (Advisor: John Baras). Assistant Professor with the Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.  Website    Thesis 
Alvaro CARDENAS: Evaluation of classifiers for security applications, Department of Electrical Engineering, Uni­versity of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA. Completed in 2006, (Advisor: John Baras). With Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Sunnyvale, CA, USA.  Website    Thesis 
Olympia HADJILIADIS: Change-point detection of two-sided alternatives in the Brownian motion model and its connection to the gambler's ruin problem with relative wealth perception, Statistics department, Columbia Univer­sity, New York, NY, USA. Completed in 2005, (Advisor: Jan Vecer). Associate Professor with the department of Mathematics, Brooklyn College, CUNY, New York, NY, USA.  Website    Thesis 
Jean-Luc BOTTO: Study of the fast transversal algorithms: application to echo cancellation in audioconferencing, IRISA and University of Rennes-1, Rennes, France. Completed in 1986, (Advisor: Claude Samson). Chief Architect, Purple Labs SA, Tresserve, France.
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Master Students
Current Master Students
Zaharias PSARAKIS: Velocity field estimation, Graduate inter-departmental program: Signal Processing & Communi­cation Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Expected completion in 2014.
Former Master Students
Nikoleta GARINI: Compression techniques for hearing aids, Graduate inter-departmental program: Signal Proc­essing & Communication Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Completed in September 2009.
Panagiotis NIAVIS: Feedback instability removal in hearing aids, Graduate inter-departmental program: Signal Processing & Communication Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Completed in September 2009.
Charalambos ZAROKOSTAS: Audio feedback cancellation in digital hearing aids, Graduate inter-departmental program: Signal Processing & Communication Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Completed in January 2009.
Charalambos STAMATOPOULOS: Detection of attacks in wireless networks, Graduate inter-departmental pro­gram: Signal Processing & Communication Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Completed in September 2008.
Panagiota MATSOUKA: Adaptive compression techniques for hearing aids, Graduate inter-departmental program: Signal Processing & Communication Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Completed in September 2007.
Dimitris CHATZOULIS: Turbo techniques for coding and equalization of telecommunication channels, Computer and Communication Engineering, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece. Completed in 2006.
Amadou Dame SALL: Bit Error Rate estimation in optical communication channels, DEA, University of Rennes-1, Rennes, France. Completed in 2004. (Co-advisor with Frederic Cerou).
Xenofon DOUKOPOULOS: Blind channel estimation in CDMA communication systems, Graduate inter-depart­mental program: Signal Processing & Communication Systems, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. Completed in 2001.
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