Portrait of Hans-Andrea Loeliger

Prof. Hans-Andrea Loeliger

Office:            ETF E101
Office phone:      +41 44 632 2765

E-mail:            loeliger@isi.ee.ethz.ch
    
Address:           Institut für Signal- und
                   Informationsverarbeitung (ISI)
                   ETF E101
                   ETH Zentrum
                   Sternwartstrasse 7
                   CH-8092 Zürich
                   Switzerland 

My research interests lie in the broad areas of signal processing, statistical models, information theory, error correcting codes, communications, system theory, and electronics.

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-> Current PhD Students
-> Completed PhD Theses (all ISI)


I receive more email than I can handle. Please forgive me if I fail to reply to your message.

Publications

The list is not exhaustive, but nearly so. Some favorite older papers are marked blue. See also the copyright notice at the bottom of this page.

Index terms on this page: factor graphs, signal processing, information theory, error correcting codes, communications, dynamical systems, circuits, analog-to-digital conversion, digital-to-analog conversion.

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