Welcome to my web pages!
I'm an Associate Professor at the School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
I received my BA in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford and my PhD in Systems and Control Engineering from the University of Cambridge.
My broad research interests are in networks, optimisation, pervasive computing, and signals and systems.
Currently, I am working in the following research topics: compressive sensing in wireless sensor networks and nano communication networks. See below for brief description and key recent papers.
I've published more than 100 journal and conference articles in various research topics, you can have a look in my publication page. You can also check out my Google Scholar Citations page .
Postgraduate study with me: I am always looking for good students to work with me in my research. If you are interested, please read this (link to prospective students page) before you email me.
Fun stuff: My Erdos number is 5. A path is Chun Tung Chou - Bernard Hanzon - Martine Olivi - Laurent Baratchart - Vilmos Totik - Paul Erdos.
- Compressive sensing for wireless sensor networks The
aim of the research is to use compressive sensing to improve the
performance of wireless sensor networks. Recent work includes:
- Real-time Classification via Sparse Representation in Acoustic Sensor Networks. Accepted in ACM Sensys 2013.
- Efficient Background Subtraction for Real-time Tracking in Embedded Camera Networks. In Sensys 2012. (pdf)
- Efficient computation of robust average of compressive sensing data in wireless sensor networks in the presence of sensor faults. IEEE Trans Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2013. (pdf)
- Nano molecular communication The aim is to
understand the performance of molecular communication. Recent work
- Molecular communication networks with general molecular circuit receivers. ACM The First Annual International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication (2014) (pdf)
- Extended master equation models for molecular communication networks. IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, 2013. (pdf)
- Noise properties of linear molecular communication networks. Nano Communication Networks, 2013. (pdf)
- Nano sensor networks to improve chemical catalysis
The aim is to use nano sensor networks to improve chemical
- Innovative Approach to Improving Gas-to-Liquid Fuel Catalysis via Nanosensor Network Modulation. Ind Eng Chem Res (Publisher website)
- Power Optimization in Nano Sensor Networks for Chemical
Reactors. ACM The First Annual International Conference on
Nanoscale Computing and Communication (2014) (pdf)
- Nano-scale Sensor Networks for Chemical Catalysis. The 13th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-Nano), 2013. Technical Report (pdf)