King’s Communications, Learning and Information Processing (kclip) lab is a research group hosted at King’s College London led by Prof. Osvaldo Simeone. Our main areas of research include digital communications, information theory, machine learning, optimization and signal processing.

kclip’s blog provides a medium for researchers from the group to to share results and ideas in the research fields of interest. Posts are written by PhD students, Post-Docs and faculty and are intended both for specialists and the general audience.


Osvaldo Simeone, Professor

Hari Hara Suthan Chittoor, Post-doctoral fellow
Dongzhu Liu, Post-doctoral fellow
Yusha Liu, Post-doctoral fellow
Ivana Nikoloska, Post-doctoral fellow
Sangwoo Park, Post-doctoral fellow
Rahim Taheri, Post-doctoral fellow
Sharu Theresa Jose, Post-doctoral fellow

Jiechen Chen, PhD student
Kfir Cohen, PhD student
Nicolas Skatchkovsky, PhD student
Yunchuan Zhang, PhD student

Hong Xing, Visiting fellow (Shenzhen University, China)

Former members

Hyeryung Jang, Post-doctoral fellow, now Assistant Professor at Dongguk University
Jingjing Zhang, Post-doctoral fellow, now Associate Professor at Fudan University

Rahif Kassab, PhD student, Fog-aided wireless communications and machine learning
Arsham Mostaani, PhD student, now at University of Luxembourg

Seungjae Jung, Visiting student (KAIST, South Korea)
Sukjong Ha, Visiting student (KAIST, South Korea)
Jin-Hyun Ahn, Visiting student (KAIST, South Korea)
Jizhe Zhou, Visiting student (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)