Dr Zhiguo Ding
Reader (Marie Curie Fellow)

Introduction

Zhiguo Ding received his B.Eng in Electrical Engineering from the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2000, and the Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College London in 2005. From Jul. 2005 to Sept. 2007, he was with Queen’s University Belfast and Imperial College as a research associate. From Oct. 2007 to Jun. 2010, he was with Department of Comm. Systems, Lancaster University as a Lecturer. Since Jun. 2010 he has been with School of Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering as a Reader. He is a memeber of Communications, Sensors and Signal Processing Research Group, and his profile can be viewed on Google Scholar.

Qualifications

Ph.D.,Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London (2002.9-2005.7),

B.Eng.: Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (1996.9-2000.6)

Research Interests

Information theory and statistical signal processing.

Localization, channel estimation and equalization, detection

Cross-layer design and throughput analysis for wireless senosr networks

Multiple-input multiple-output systems, multicarrier and cooperative wireless systems.

Funding

Dynamic Transmission Protocols and Advanced Signal Processing Techniques for Wireless Sensor Networks with Cooperative Diversity, supported by EPSRC, 2008-2011, Principle Investigator.

Study of Cross Layer Ad-hoc Network Systems, supported by MoD & Ultra Electronics, 2008-2009, Co-Investigator

Novel Integrated Wireless e-HEALTH System for Life Style Management, supported by DC-KTN & Rinicom, 2008-2010, Principle Investigator.

Projects

Undergraduate Teaching

At Lancaster University
Advanced Communication Technologies 2009-2010

Postgraduate Teaching

At Lancaster University
Digital Communications 2009-2010
Wireless Broadband Systems, WiMAX and LTE 2007-2010