PhD Candidate – INSA-Lyon
Dadja Anade was born in kara, Togo, in 1992. He received a telecom/network engineering degree from Cadi Ayyad University/ENSA-Safi, Morocco in 2016; a M.Sc. in multimedia and networking from Paris-saclay University, France in 2017. Currently, he is a PhD student at CITI lab, located in the INSA de Lyon, France. His thesis deals about non-asymptotic fundamental limits for massive/dense multiple access communications (MAC) using information theory tools. His thesis is supervised by Prof. Jean-Marie Gorce from CITI Lab and Prof. Philippe Mary from IETR, Rennes.
- Probability theory, Information theory;
- Hypothesis testing;