CHORTI Arsenia (Ersi)


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Arsenia (Ersi) Chorti is a Professor at the École Nationale Supérieure de l’Électronique et de ses Applications (ENSEA), co-head (joint with L. Luzzi) of the Information, Communications and Imaging (ICI) Group of the ETIS Lab UMR 8051 and a Visiting Scholar at Princeton and Essex Universities. Her research spans the areas of wireless communications and wireless systems security for 5G / 6G, with a particular focus on physical layer security. She is a Senior IEEE Member, member of the IEEE INGR on Security and of the IEEE P1951.1 standardization workgroup (Smart Cities) and Chair of the IEEE Focus Group on Physical Layer Security. She is also Associate Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Communications Society Best Readings.

Research Activities

  • Context aware security for 6G, physical layer security, anomaly detection, privacy
  • Machine learning for communications, interference prediction, localization, detection
  • Resource allocation, low latency systems, QoS delay constraints, scheduling

Ongoing Projects

  • 2021-2022 Coordinator PHC PROCOPE project Physical Layer Security for the IoT and B5G Systems, travel funding for research exchanges with the Barkhausen Institute, with M. Chafii, G. Fetweiss, A.N. Barreto, S. Kopsel, 2021-2022, 20k€
  • 2021-2022, Coordinator IEA CNRS travel grant for research exchanges with Princeton University, project PEGASUS (Context Aware Physical Layer Security for 6G) with M. Chafii and H.V. Poor, 14k€
  • 2020-2024, Co-investigator (co-I) project PHEBE (Physical layer security for beyond fifth generation communications), Paris-Seine Excellence Initiative, 400k€
  • 2019-2022 Principal Investigator (PI), Project SAFEST (Physical layer security for future generations of wireless networks), DIM RFSI, France, Industrial Collaboration Project with Nokia Bell Labs (Saclay), 27k€
  • 2019-2023 Co-I Project ELIOT (Enabling technologies for IoT), Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), France, PRCI International collaboration with the University of Sao Paolo and the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, 390k€
  • 2019-2022 PI, Project eNiGMA (NOMA schemes for 5G and beyond under security and delay constraints), CY Initiative of Excellence, France, 112k€