Cesar Vargas-Rosales is currently a professor at Tecnologico de Monterrey, in Monterrey Mexico, and the Leader of the Strategic Research Group on Telecommunications. He received the Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering with a major in Communications and Signal Processing, from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.
Dr. Vargas-Rosales is a member of the Mexican National Researchers System (SNI level II), the Academy of Engineering of Mexico (AIM) and the Mexican Academy of Sciences (AMC). He has been the IEEE Communications Society Monterrey Chapter Chair and the Faculty Advisor of the IEEE-HKN Lambda-Rho Chapter. He has also been the Technical Program Chair of the IEEE WCNC. He serves on several editorial boards and program committees of prestigious IEEE journals and conferences.
His research interests are personal communications, 5G, cognitive radio, MIMO systems, stochastic modeling, intrusion/anomaly detection in networks, position location, interference, error correcting codes and reconfigurable networks.
- 5G, A spectral efficiency perspective using MIMO
- Localization for ad-hoc and sensor networks
- Connectivity in wireless networks
- Stochastic modeling for networking
- Error correcting codes for communications and storage