Presentation on theme: "Communications and Networking Research Winston Seah School of Engineering and Computer Science Victoria University of Wellington."— Presentation transcript:
Communications and Networking Research Winston Seah School of Engineering and Computer Science Victoria University of Wellington
Research Scope Spanning Physical to Transport layers Key interest areas: Cognitive radio networks Mobile/wireless multihop and sensor networks network measurement and traffic analysis NGN/4G/5G MIMO systems wireless channel modeling Other areas of expertise: Communications signal processing such as signal separation, multichannel systems and tracking Underwater networking Theoretical approaches to networking based on game theory, queueing theory, etc.
Multiple Antenna Systems Timing Synchronisation in MIMO receivers. Effects of spatial correlation on system performance Cognitive Radio Interference Modelling and Mitigation Strategies. Impact of imperfect channel knowledge on system capacity Research Areas (Pawel Dmochowski)
Green Communications System Optimisation Fundamental Information Theoretic implications Software Defined Radio Implementations Research Areas (Pawel Dmochowski)
Research Areas (Winston Seah) Robust e2e wireless multi-hop protocols for harsh environments, e.g. Powered by ambient energy harvesting where energy source is irregular and unpredictable Underwater with acoustic communications ; Presence of strong interference from metallic objects (construction sites, warehouses,...); Adverse weather conditions (heavy rain, snow, sleet, etc);
Application Areas (Winston Seah) Green wireless technology for: Structural health monitoring Agriculture and farming Environmental monitoring Logistics Healthcare Monitoring and surveillance for Homeland security
Research Areas (Qiang Fu) Network congestion control and QoS provisioning Transport layer protocols in high bandwidth-delay- product (BDP), wireless and harsh environments. Parallel data transmissions (including multipath transmission). Clean-state design of the Internet.
Research Areas (Qiang Fu) Network measurement and traffic analysis Correlation between network flows. Difference between Internet core networks and wireless access networks. Measurements revealing user and application behaviours and security implications. Cross-layer coordination Cross-layer coordination using software-defined radio (SDR).
Research Focus (Paul Teal) Signal Processing for Communications, Acoustics and Biomedical Devices Blind Source Separation Bayesian Tracking Machine Learning Nonlinear System Modelling Convex Optimization
Application Areas (Paul Teal) Signal Processing for: Mobile MIMO channel prediction Foetal heart beat detection Seziure Detection Cochlear modelling Sonar Acoustic holography Radioisotope identification for Homeland security Seismic tremor detection
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