Mario Alberto Diaz Torres
Joint Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Arizona State University & Harvard University
My areas of interest are the information theoretical and statistical aspects of privacy, random matrix theory, free probability theory, and their applications to multiantenna communications.
Publications and Preprints
On the CLT for the linear statistics of random matrices and second-order non-commutative probability spaces. With J. Mingo. To be submitted.
On the global fluctuations of block Gaussian matrices. With S. Belinschi and J. Mingo. To be submitted. arxiv:1711.07140
Estimation efficiency under privacy constraints. With S. Asoodeh, F. Alajaji and T. Linder. Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. arXiv:1707.02409
On the capacity of block multiantenna channels. With V. Pérez-Abreu. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2017. DOI:10.1109/TIT.2017.2712711
Privacy-aware guessing efficiency. With S. Asoodeh, F. Alajaji and T. Linder. International Symposium on Information Theory, 2017. DOI:10.1109/ISIT.2017.8006629
On the symmetries and the capacity achieving input covariance matrices of multiantenna channels. International Symposium on Information Theory, 2016. DOI:10.1109/ISIT.2016.7541464
Information extraction under privacy constraints. With S. Asoodeh, F. Alajaji and T. Linder. Information, 2016. DOI:10.3390/info7010015
PhD Thesis: Global Fluctuations of Random Matrices and the Second-Order Cauchy Transform. Supervisors: S. Belinschi and J. Mingo.
MSc Thesis: Analysis of the Asymptotic Spectra of Multiantenna Channels via Free Probability. Supervisor: V. Pérez-Abreu. Written in Spanish.
BEng Thesis: Analysis of the Asymptotic Ergodic Spectral Efficiency of MIMO Systems with Kronecker Correlation. Supervisor: V. Pérez-Abreu. Written in Spanish.
Last update: September, 2017.