Dennis Ogbe portrait

E-mail: [email protected] (PGP: B9274377)


CV: cv.pdf


I am a PhD candidate at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. I am advised by David J. Love and Chih-Chun Wang.

My research work broadly revolves around the field of wireless communications. I am specifically interested in signal processing for wireless communications, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communications, and information theory. I am especially excited about my opportunity to connect engineering science and practice using software-defined radios.

Before my stint at Purdue, I studied electrical engineering and played Power Forward at Tennessee Tech University. Prior to that, I played Power Forward (and Small Forward) in N├╝rnberg as well as in Munich, my beautiful home town.

For more information and an extended bio, see About Me.


For an exhausive list of publications, see Publications.

For a more in-depth overview of my work, see Research.


  • July 31 2019 Presented a poster on our work in the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge at the Facebook Connectivity Labs summer research workshop.
  • July 12 2019 Gave a talk on our paper On the Optimal Delay Amplification Factor of Multi-hop Relay Channels at ISIT 2019.
  • July 02 2019 Presented a poster on our work in delay-constrained relaying at NASIT 2019.
  • April 23 2019 Received the 2019 Purdue College of Engineering Outstanding Graduate Student Service Scholarship.
  • December 14 2018: Our team secured a finalist spot in Phase 3 of Spectrum Collaboration Challenge with a with a top 5 finish out of 15 teams! (Update January 29 2019: Passed payline criterion and awarded a $375,000 prize. See here.)
  • November 29 2018: Our paper Efficient Channel Estimation for Aerial Wireless Communications was accepted to the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems! Preprint here.
  • October 31 2018: Presented the talk Characterizing and Adapting to the Structure of Millimeter Wave Channel Covariance Matrices at Asilomar 2018. Preprint here.
  • May 24 2018: I attended the 2018 North American School of Information Theory at Texas A&M University and presented a poster on our work on Transcoding.
  • May 17 2018: I attended the IEEE Communications Theory Workshop 2018 in Miramar Beach, Florida and presented a poster on our work on Transcoding.
  • April 20 2018: I co-instructed a workshop on the basics of using git. Intro slides on Overleaf.
  • April 11 2018: I co-instructed an introductory \(\LaTeX\) workshop for graduate students at Purdue. Find the slides on Overleaf.
  • April 07 2018: The website was re-designed