Alexandra Duel-Hallen



Dr. Duel-Hallen's current research interests are in wireless communications and optimization. Her recent and current projects focus on game theory and machine learning for communications and power systems and wireless channel characterization and prediction.


  • Ph.D. 1987
    Electrical Engineering
    Cornell University, Ithaca
  • Master's 1983
    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Bachelor's 1982
    Math and Computer Science
    Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland

Awards & Honors

  • 2022 - Fellow of Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA)
  • 2011 - IEEE Fellow, for contributions to equalization and wireless communications
  • 2007 - Author of a paper selected for The Best of the Best: Fifty Years of Communications and Networking Research (56 papers in Communications and Networking), IEEE Press, 2007
  • 2006 - Highly Cited Researcher,
  • 2002 - Author of a paper included in the IEEE Communications Society 50th Anniversary Journal Collection as one of 41 key papers in physical and link layer areas, 1952-2002.
  • 1995 - ORAU Junior Faculty Enhancement Award
  • 1994 - NSF Research Initiation Award
  • 1982 - CWRU Award to the Outstanding Upperclassman in Mathematics

Recent News

The Future of 6G in North Carolina

Posted on December 29, 2022 | Filed Under: Research

6GNC at NC State utilizes research teams to cover an incredible number of areas and technologies that will play a key role in 6G.

Brain Power

Posted on March 14, 2019 | Filed Under: News

Ziad Ali aspires to combine electrical engineering and neuroscience to treat disorders such as epilepsy and Parkinson’s. The NC State senior heads to California in the fall to pursue a Ph.D. at Stanford thanks to a Knight-Hennessy Scholarsh …

Developing Economical Controllers for Next-Generation Power Systems

Posted on October 20, 2015 | Filed Under: News and Research

Dr. Aranya Chakrabortty and Dr. Alexandra Duel-Hallen (Sasha) have been awarded $600,000 from the Division of Computer and Network Systems (CNS) of the US National Science Foundation to develop an advanced design architecture that will enab …


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