About

Professor Jiangzhou Wang (王江舟) is a professor and the former Head of the School of Engineering and Digital Arts at the University of Kent. He has published over 300 papers in international journals and conferences in the area of wireless mobile communications. He has written/edited three books. His awards and honours include: 

  • Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering (英国皇家工程院院士)
  • Fellow of IEEE
  • Fellow of IET
  • IEEE Distinguished Lecturer (2013 - 2014)
  • Recipient of the Best Paper Award at IEEE Globecom2012, California
  • Conference organizing chair, including Executive Chair of IEEE ICC2015, London, and Technical Program Chair of IEEE ICC2019, Shanghai
  • Editor or guest editor for a number of international journals, including IEEE Transactions on Communications (1998 - 2013)

Research interests

Professor Wang's research interests are in the area of wireless mobile communications, including

  • Massive MIMO and beamforming technologies
  • Cloud radio access networks (C-RAN) and distributed antenna systems (DAS)
  • Multiple access techniques, including NOMA and OFDMA
  • Device to device communications (D2D)
  • Vehicular communications (V2X)
  • Emergency communications
  • Machine learning for mobile communications
  • Drone communications   

Teaching

  • EL677 Digital Communications
  • EL827 Advanced Communications Theory
  • EL872 Wireless Mobile Communications
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