" Nature uses only the longest threads to weave
her patterns, so each small piece of her fabric reveals the organization of the entire tapestry. "
I am a PhD candidate in Wireless Information
Laboratory (WINLAB) at ECE Department,
Rutgers University. My advisors are
Prof. Roy Yates
Prof. Larry Greenstein. My
major research interests are algorithms and implementations involved in PHY/MAC design for wireless/wired communication systems.
I am now on the job markets, looking for full-time positions in research labs
and IT industry.
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A Glance at My Research Experiences
So far, I have twenty-five papers
published in leading IEEE journals and conferences (as first author) ; four US patents pending (as principle investigator)
and one Best Paper award. I am the co-recipient of NSF's Schwarzkopf Prize for Technological Innovation and the recipient of
JSPS Fellowship for "Young and Talented Researchers." To name a few, I have worked on the following projects:
Communications -- Design of Energy-Aware Transmission Policy for Rechargeable Networks;
PHY/MAC Design for Multi-Gigabits WPAN/WLAN Operating at
LDPC Coded Modulation for Second-Generation Digital Video Broadcasting Systems;
(4) Large-Scale Link SNR Matrix Mapping and Calibration for Indoor Testbed.
Code Design for Fading Broadcast Channels;
(6) Distributed and Collaborative Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radio Networks;
Synchronization and Channel Estimation for CDMA/OFDM Systems;