Yonathan Murin

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Postdoctoral Scholar,
Department of Electrical Engineering
Stanford University
Address: Packard EE Building, Room 372,
350 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
email: moriny@stanford.edu

About me

I am a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University, working with Professor Andrea Goldsmith

I received my PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, Israel, in August 2015, under the supervision of Dr. Ron Dabora. Prior to that I received my B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Tel-Aviv University, Israel, in 2004, and my M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, Israel, in 2011. From 2004 to 2010 I worked as a DSP and algorithms engineer, and as an algorithms team leader at Comsys Communication and Signal Processing.

Interests

Publications

Journal publications

  1. Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Source-channel coding theorems for the multiple-access relay channel”,
    IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, September 2013.

  2. Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “On joint source-channel coding for the multiple-access relay channel”,
    IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, October 2014.

  3. N. Pe'er, Y. Murin, and R. Dabora, “An improved QRD-QLD algorithm for low complexity MIMO decoding”,
    IEEE Communications Letters, October 2014.

  4. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, and R. Dabora, “On the Ozarow-Leung scheme for the Gaussian broadcast channel with feedback”,
    IEEE Signal Processing Letters, July 2015.

  5. A. Sharon, Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and O. Keren, “A new approach to UEP-HARQ via convolutional codes”,
    IEEE Communications Letters, December 2015.

  6. Y. Murin and R. Dabora, “Low complexity estimation of CFO and SFO in burst-mode OFDM systems”,
    Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 2016.

  7. N. Shlezinger, D. Zahavi, Y. Murin, and R. Dabora, “The secrecy capacity of Gaussian MIMO channels with finite memory”,
    IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2017.

  8. Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith, “Time-slotted transmission over molecular timing channels”,
    Elsevier Nano Communication Networks, 2017.

  9. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Finite-length linear schemes for joint source-channel coding over Gaussian broadcast channels with feedback”,
    IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2017.

  10. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “On the energy-distortion tradeoff of Gaussian broadcast channels with feedback”,
    Entropy, Special issue on network information theory, 2017.

  11. Y. Murin, J. Kim, J. Parvizi, and A. Goldsmith, “SozRank: A new approach for localizing the epileptic seizure onset zone”,
    submitted to PLOS Comoputational Biology, 2017.

  12. N. Farsad, Y. Murin, A. Eckford, and A. Goldsmith, “Capacity limits of diffusion-based molecular timing channels”,
    submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2017.

  13. Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith, “Optimal detection for diffusion-based molecular timing channels”,
    submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications, 2017.

  14. N. Farsad, Y. Murin, W. Guo, C-B. Chae, A. Eckford, and A. Goldsmith, “Communication system design and analysis for asynchronous molecular timing channels”, submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications, 2017.

Conference publications

  1. Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Source-channel coding for the multiple-access relay channel”,
    IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS), Aachen, Germany, November 2011.

  2. Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Joint source-channel coding for the multiple-access relay channel”,
    IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Boston, MA, July 2012.

  3. Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Mixed joint source-channel coding schemes for the multiple-access relay channel”,
    IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS), Paris, France, August 2012.

  4. Y. Murin, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “On necessary conditions for multiple-access-relay channels with correlated sources”,
    IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Istanbul, Turkey, July 2013.

  5. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Uncoded transmission of correlated Gaussian sources over broadcast channels with feedback”,
    Information Theory and Applications Workshop (ITA), San Diego, CA, February 2014.

  6. Y. Murin and R. Dabora, “Efficient estimation of carrier and sampling frequency offsets in OFDM systems”,
    IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), Istanbul, Turkey, April 2014.

  7. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Uncoded transmission of correlated Gaussian sources over broadcast channels with feedback”,
    IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP), Atlanta, GA, December 2014.

  8. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “On the transmission of a bivariate Gaussian source over symmetric Gaussian broadcast channels with feedback”,
    IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), Jerusalem, Israel, April 2015.

  9. N. Shlezinger, D. Zahavi, Y. Murin, and R. Dabora, “The secrecy capacity of MIMO Gaussian channels with finite memory”,
    IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Hong-Kong, China, June 2015.

  10. N. Farsad, Y. Murin, A. Eckford, and A. Goldsmith, “On the capacity of diffusion-based molecular timing channels”,
    IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Barcelona, Spain, July 2016.

  11. Y. Murin, Y. Kaspi, R. Dabora, and D. Gunduz, “Energy-distortion tradeoff for the Gaussian broadcast channel with feedback”,
    IEEE to International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Barcelona, Spain, July 2016.

  12. Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith, “On time-slotted communication over molecular timing channels”,
    ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication (NanoCom), New York City, NY, September 2016.

  13. N. Farsad, Y. Murin, M. Rao, and A. Goldsmith, “On the capacity of diffusion-based molecular timing channels with diversity”,
    Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, November 2016.

  14. Y. Murin, J. Kim, and A. Goldsmith “Tracking epileptic seizure activity via information theoretic graphs”,
    Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, November 2016.

  15. Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith, “Communication over diffusion-based molecular timing channels”,
    IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Washington, DC, December 2016.

  16. N. Farsad, Y. Murin, W. Guo, C-B. Chae, A. Eckford, and A. Goldsmith, “On the impact of time-synchronization in molecular timing channels”,
    IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Washington, DC, December 2016.

  17. Y. Murin, M. Chowdhury, N. Farsad, and A. Goldsmith, “Diversity gain of one-shot communication over molecular timing channels”,
    to be presented at the IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Singapore, December 2017.

Technical Reports

Talks and seminars

Patents