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Title: Molecular Communications
Dr. Weisi Guo, New York University
Date & Time: August 28, 2014 11:00
Venue: Conference Room, C Block, 01st Floor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kanwal Rekhi (KReSIT) Building
Dr. Weisi will be excited to talk about recent work over the past year on molecular communications. A brief introduction of Warwick and its smart city research agenda will be presented. The focus in part one of the technical talk will be on characterizing the stochastic channel and defining the noise and interference models. The effect of these new empirical models on the error rate and channel capacity will also be discussed. Part two will compare performances of molecular and radio frequency communications in tunnel/maze channels. The focus in part three will be on finding transmit pulse shaping methods for chemical signals. People with a general interest in science and engineering are welcome. Dr. Weisi especially looks forward to collaboration from people working in error correction coding theory, signal processing, and thermodynamics.
Speaker Profile:
Dr. Weisi Guo graduated from the University of Cambridge with MEng, MA, PhD (2011) degrees. He is currently the joint-coordinator of the Cities Research Theme at Engineering and holds exchange/visiting positions at CUSP, and New York University. Weisi has published over 50 papers and is the winner of academic awards. He has served as guest editors for top IEEE journals, and as chairs for flagship IEEE conferences. His research on energy efficient networks (2012) and molecular communications (2014) has been recently covered by the Royal Society, IEEE, IET, the Economist, TED, and Wired. During the last decade, Weisi has spent a number of years working in industry, including knowledge transfer with MVCE partners: NEC, Fujitsu and Vodafone. He is the main author of a copyrighted cellular network simulator (VCEsim). More details available at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/eng/staff/wg/.
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