I received the B.E.
degree from the Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 2007, as well
as the M.S. degree from Wright State University, Dayton, OH, in 2008. I
am currently a Ph.D. candidate under Professor Zhiqiang Wu in the
Department of Electrical Engineering at Wright State University. I am
working as graduate research assistant in Broadband, Mobile, and Wireless Networking Laboratory in Wright State University.
My research interests cover a wide variety of disciplines
from wireless and statistics communication (e.g., interference
approximation, spectrum sensing and waveform design) to multimedia
coding (e.g., image/video compression), from image and signal
processing (e.g., dynamic texture processing and seamless image
combination) to sensor networks (e.g., target search for distributed
sensor networks), as well as algorithms design/optimization (e.g.,
intercarrier interference cancellation algorithms, compressed
/compressive sensing) and hardware implementation (e.g., software
dened radio implementation via USRP).
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Tel: (937) 286-7208
Address: Joshi 482
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH, 45435