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An endeavor to explore the next generation wireless communications -- Our research activities

Source: School of Communication Engineering
The reporter Professor Hsiao-Hwa Chen 时间 11月22日14:30
地点 Tencent Conference Live Time of report

Lecture Title:An endeavor to explore the next generation wireless communications -- Our research activities

Speaker:Professor Hsiao-Hwa Chen

Lecture Time:11月22日14:30

Venue:Tencent Conference Live (ID: 546 279 426)

About the speaker:

Prof. Hsiao-Hwa Chen, Distinguished Professor, Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, IEEE Fellow, IEEE Fellow, Institute of Electrical Engineering, UK IET Fellow。He has published more than 400 papers in top international journals or conferences, and authored six academic works in the field of communication。At the same time, he was invited to serve as Chairman of the General Assembly/Chairman of the Procedural Committee/Adviser at several international conferences/seminars。He has served and is serving as editor in chief and guest editor of several academic journals and is the founding editor in chief of Wiley's Journal Security and Communication Networks。Received the 2021 IEEE Systems Journal Best Paper Award,“2020 IEEE ComSoc CISTC Technical Recognition Award”以及“2018 IEEE ComSoc Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks Technical Achievement/Recognition Award”。He received the IEEE 2016 Jack Neubauer Memorial Award in 2016。He previously served as editor-in-chief of IEEE Wireless Communications magazine。



Lecture Content:

In the past a few years we have been actively involved in the research to explore the next generation wireless communications. In this talk, a brief and yet informative summary will be given to showcase our unique ways to do the research in next generation wireless communications. In particular, it will start with an introduction on complementary coded CDMA systems and its foundation, i.e., REAL approach to design perfect orthogonal complementary codes with its extremely robust performance against multipath and multiuser interferences. If time is allowed, the talk will continue to discuss about the NOMA based CDMA technique, which makes use of complementary codes to offer a high overload ratio for non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA), which is important in beyond 5G wireless applications.

Organizer:School of Communication Engineering


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