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Dr Yi Hong

PhD, Fellow of IET
Senior Lecturer
Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Monash University (Clayton VIC3800)
Email: Yi dot Hong at Monash dot Edu

Brief Biography

I received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications from University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). I am a Senior lecturer at Monash University. I was Director of Graduate Research (2016-2/18) of the ECSE Department at Monash. Currently I serve on the Australian Research Council College of Experts. I am a Fellow of IET, a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Information Theory Soceity, and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society. I will be the Tutorial Chair of 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, Melbourne. I was the General co-Chair of 2014 IEEE Information Theory Workshop at Hobart, Tasmania; the Technical Program Committee Chair of the 2011 Australian Communication Theory workshop, Melbourne; the Publicity Chair of 2009 IEEE Information Theory Workshop at Taromina, Sicily; and Technical Program Committee Member of various IEEE leading conferences. I was Associate Editor of IEEE Wireless Communications Letters (WCL) and Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies (ETT). I received the NICTA-ACoRN Early Career Researcher award at AUSCTW Adelaide 2007. I lead a group of research students and postdocs working on topics in communications technology, wireless security, and coding techniques for wireless communications and networking as well as SSD storage.

* News

-- *NEW* Orthogonal Time Frequency Space (OTFS) .
-- I am elected to Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
-- 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory will be held in Melbourne, where I will serve as Tutorial Chair.
-- I will deliver a tutorial on high mobility modulation in IEEE VTC'18, Chicago (together with Cholks and Viterbo).
-- I have postdoc openings in coding and modulation techniques. Candidates with excellent publication record and a PhD (or close to PhD completion) are invited to contact me.

Research Projects

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Research Team

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Publications

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Recent Research

Please find the link on Polar codes .

Professional Activities

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For Postdocs and Postgraduate Applicants

I am looking for self-motivated Postdocs and Postgraduate students to participate in my projects.

Relevant backgrounds include advanced communications technologies, channel coding, and information theory with applications to wireless communications, networking, and SSD sotrage. For potential PhD candidates, the relevant information of Monash Scholarship is available at: Applying for a Postgraduate Research Scholarship.

You can contact me by email and send your latest resume, academic transcripts, English language certificates and the research of your interest.

If you are a holder or candidate of China Scholarship Council (CSC) Award for CSC Doctoral Program, you are invited to contact me. Monash can provide tuition fee remission (TFR) scholarship for successful CSC scholarship recipients. Details are provided at: Monash-CSC PhD Program. and CSC-Monash PhD Scholarship.

Final Year Projects

Please find below some project topics you may be interested in.

1. Coding for SSD storage.

2. Wireless secret communications.

3. Efficient polar coding for data transmission.

4. Software-defined radio projects.

5. Coding/decoding for TV broadcasting.

6. Precoding for 5G mm-wave communications.