Dr Na Yi
I am saying "Communication is sharing the past with the future." (Well, until spooky action at a distance has been successfully employed...)
She received M.Phil. degree from University of Liverpool, U.K., and Ph.D. degree from CCSR, University of Surrey, all in Electrical Engineering, in 2005 and 2009, respectively. Since 2009, she has been a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Communication Systems (formerly the Centre for Communication Systems Research, CCSR), University of Surrey.
Her main research interests include physical layer resource allocation, optimization, information theory and wireless communications.
Current Project Student
- Juan Carlos de Luna Ducoing, "Novel Transmission Techniques for Large-Scale MIMO Systems" (2013).
Previous Project Students
- Farman Ullah, "Node Cooperation in Wireless Passive Sensor Networks" (2010).
- Turki N Yosef, "Coverage Optimization for Wireless Passive Sensor Networks" (2011)..
- Vijay Bhaskar, "Joint Rate Access and Power Control in Wireless Passive Sensor Networks" (2011).
- Janice George, "Best Relay Selection for DF Relaying with Limited Feedback" (2012).
- WHERE2 (EU-FP7)
- ACROPOLIS (EU-FP7)
- C2POWER (EU-FP7)
- WHERE 1 (EU-FP7)
- Mobile VCE-Core 4 (EPSRC)
Words to my little hero
- Your life may not be perfect, but it can be full of fun.
- Wearing your smile, when you are racing with destiny.
Conference Papers (Selected)
Na Yi, Cooperative communication for future cellular networks, Doctoral Thesis, 2009.