2014 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the spatial modeling and analysis of wireless networks
2009 - ACM Senior Member
Martin Haenggi mainly investigates Wireless network, Computer network, Topology, Poisson point process and Point process. The study incorporates disciplines such as Aloha, Throughput, Wireless ad hoc network and Fading in addition to Wireless network. His Computer network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Distributed computing, Diversity gain and Spectral efficiency.
The Poisson point process study combines topics in areas such as Stochastic process, Graph theory and Stochastic modelling. His Point process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Poisson distribution, Probability density function and Stochastic geometry. His research in Stochastic geometry intersects with topics in Network model and Random graph.
Martin Haenggi focuses on Wireless network, Computer network, Topology, Poisson distribution and Cellular network. His biological study deals with issues like Distributed computing, which deal with fields such as Wireless sensor network. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Communication channel, Fading, Wireless ad hoc network and Aloha, Throughput.
His Poisson distribution research includes themes of Stochastic process, Point process and Stochastic geometry. In his work, Signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio is strongly intertwined with Stochastic geometry models of wireless networks, which is a subfield of Stochastic geometry. Martin Haenggi studied Cellular network and Telecommunications link that intersect with Decoding methods.
Martin Haenggi mainly focuses on Cellular network, Topology, Poisson distribution, Base station and Point process. His Cellular network study incorporates themes from Transmission, Signal-to-noise ratio, Spectral efficiency, Algorithm and Telecommunications link. His work deals with themes such as Wireless network, Beamforming, Stochastic geometry and Path loss, which intersect with Topology.
Martin Haenggi interconnects Transmitter, Wireless ad hoc network and Reliability in the investigation of issues within Wireless network. His Poisson point process and Cox process study in the realm of Poisson distribution interacts with subjects such as Performance metric. Martin Haenggi has researched Base station in several fields, including Discrete mathematics, Mathematical optimization and Fading.
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Stochastic Geometry for Wireless Networks
Stochastic geometry and random graphs for the analysis and design of wireless networks
M. Haenggi;J.G. Andrews;F. Baccelli;O. Dousse.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2009)
Interference in Large Wireless Networks
Martin Haenggi;Radha Krishna Ganti.
Stochastic Geometry for Modeling, Analysis, and Design of Multi-Tier and Cognitive Cellular Wireless Networks: A Survey
Hesham ElSawy;Ekram Hossain;Martin Haenggi.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2013)
Wireless sensor networks: applications and challenges of ubiquitous sensing
D. Puccinelli;M. Haenggi.
IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine (2005)
On distances in uniformly random networks
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2005)
A primer on spatial modeling and analysis in wireless networks
J G Andrews;R K Ganti;M Haenggi;N Jindal.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2010)
Design of a wireless assisted pedestrian dead reckoning system - the NavMote experience
Lei Fang;P.J. Antsaklis;L.A. Montestruque;M.B. McMickell.
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement (2005)
Interference and Outage in Clustered Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
R.K. Ganti;M. Haenggi.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2009)
Bandwidth- and power-efficient routing in linear wireless networks
M. Sikora;J.N. Laneman;M. Haenggi;D.J. Costello.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2006)
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