T. Ratnarajah is currently with the Institute for Digital Communications, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, as a Reader in signal processing and communications.
Since 1993, he has held various positions with the Queen’s University Belfast, University of Ottawa, Nortel Networks - Canada, McMaster University - Canada and Imperial College London.
He is currently the coordinator of the FP7 Future and Emerging Technologies project “HIATUS” £2.7M in the area of interference alignment and FP7 project “HARP” £3.2M in the area of highly distributed MIMO. Previously, he was the coordinator of FP7 Future and Emerging Technologies project “CROWN” £2.3M in the area of cognitive radio networks.
Dr. Ratnarajah is a member of the American Mathematical Society and Information Theory Society and Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
- Random Matrices Theory
- Information Theoretic Aspects of MIMO channels and Ad hoc Networks
- Wireless Communications
- Signal Processing for Communication
- Statistical and Array Signal Processing
- Biomedical Signal Processing
- Quantum Information Theory
He has published over 175 publications in these areas and holds four U.S. patents.