举行新加坡国立大学Rui Zhang教授(IEEE Fellow)学术报告会的通知

发布者:卢志芳发布时间:2017-12-15浏览次数:879

报告人:Rui Zhang教授(IEEE Fellow

时间20171218(星期一)10:30~11:30

题目无人机通信:机遇和挑战

地点逸夫科学馆405会议室

主持:刘元020-87112490

报告人简介:RuiZhang教授于20002001在新加坡国立大学分别获学士和硕士学位,2007在斯坦福大学获博士学位,20072010在新加坡信息通信研究院任高级研究员,2010加入新加坡国立大学,现任该校副教授。RuiZhang教授获IEEE通信社区亚太杰出青年奖、IEEE马可尼奖、IEEE信号处理社区最佳论文奖、IEEE通信社区最佳论文奖、IEEE赫兹奖、IEEE信号处理社区青年作者最佳论文奖。Rui Zhang教授也是汤森路透高被引科学家(2015~2017)、IEEEFellow2017)。Rui Zhang教授现担任IEEE Trans. Wireless CommunicationsIEEE Trans. CommunicationsIEEE Trans. Signal ProcessingIEEE Trans. Green Communicationsand NetworkingIEEEJSACIEEE JSTSP等期刊的编委。Rui Zhang教授现在感兴趣的研究领域包括无人机通信、无线能量传输、多天线技术、认知无线电和优化方法。

报告摘要:The integration of unmanned aerial  vehicles (UAVs) into wireless 5G calls for a paradigm shift on the design of cellular systems, to enable a highly heterogeneous network architecture with not only terrestrial users and BSs, but also aerial users and communication platforms at altitude varying from a few meters to even dozens of kilometers. In particular, both frameworks of cellular-connected UAV communications and UAV-assisted 5G communications are new and significantly different from the conventional terrestrial communications, due to the high altitude and mobility of UAVs, the unique channel characteristics of UAV-ground links, the asymmetric quality of service (QoS) requirements for downlink command and control (C&C) and uplink mission-related data transmission, the stringent constraints imposed by the size, weight, and power (SWAP) limitations of UAVs, as well as the additional design degrees of freedom with joint UAV mobility control and communication resource allocation. Significant research efforts from both academia and industry have been devoted to exploring this exciting new field, with remarkable progress made, especially in the past couple of years. The aim of this talk is thus to provide a comprehensive overview of the potential applications, networking architectures, and the latest research findings and key enabling technologies for integrating UAVs into 5G and beyond. Major challenges and promising future directions for research will also be highlighted.


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