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Shah rokh Valaee


Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Toronto
10 King's College Road
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5S 3G4

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I am a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto, and the holder of the Nortel Chair in Network Architecture and Services. I am a member of the Communications Group, and my research is on Signal Processing and Wireless Networks. In signal processing, my research focuses on localization of wireless terminals in areas where GPS signal is not available. I am also interested in Machine Learning for Medical Imaging. In wireless networks, we work on scheduling for 5G networks which also includes Vehicular Networks.



Machine Learning with Imbalanced Data

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  • Data Augmentation via Generative Adversarial Networks
  • Synthesized Chest Xray

    X-Ray Generation

    Complexity reduction of Deep Neural Networks with Small Data

    Dropping Saturated Neurons

    Localization of Wireless Terminals

    Indoor Localization

    Vehicular Networks

    Contiguous Scheduling in C-V2X



    We have a vibrant group that concentrates on tackling difficult engineering problems. Our researchers are among the best with strong technical background and great programming skills. We use advanced signal processing and wireless networking techniques to solve challenging problems with a focus on mixing theory and practice. Our analytical strengths span a wide range that includes machine learning, compressive sensing, and network coding. We implement our machine learning algorithms on GPU hardware, and our localization algorithms on the Android planform.

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