David Burth Kurka
I am a PhD student at Intelligent Systems and Networks Group, under supervision of Prof. Jeremy V. Pitt and Dr. Deniz Gunduz. My current main research focus is in Intelligent Systems, applied to multi-agent systems, self-organisation, computational social science and collective intelligence.
I received my Eng and Msc degrees in Computer Engineering from University of Campinas - Brazil. During my Master's studies, I worked with applying machine learning for Social Network Analysis and in the investigation of using social information to predict behaviour in Complex Systems.
My research interests include Socially Inspired Computing, Machine Learning, Multi-Agent Systems, Distributed Intelligence, Social Network Analysis and Complex Systems.
You can follow my publications and citations on my Google Scholar page.
Below is a list of his publications.
→ E. Bourtsoulatze, D. Burth Kurka, and D. Gunduz, Deep joint source-channel coding for wireless image transmission-journal, submitted for publication, Feb. 2019.
→ D. Burth Kurka, D. Gunduz, Successive refinement of images with deep joint source-channel coding, under review, Mar. 2019.
→ E. Bourtsoulatze, D. Burth Kurka, D. Gunduz, Deep joint source-channel coding for wireless image transmission, in IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Brighton, UK, 2019.
→ D. Burth Kurka, J. V. Pitt, P. R. Lewis, A. Patelli, and A. Ekárt, , in 2018 IEEE 12th International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO), Trento, Italy, pp. 1-10, Sep 2018.
→ D. Burth Kurka, A. Godoy, and F. J. Von Zuben, , in Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on World Wide Web Companion (WWW17), Republic and Canton of Geneva, Switzerland, pp. 1485–1491, Apr 2017.