Yi Tan

PhD Student & Research Associate

Advanced Wireless Technologies (AWiTec) Lab

Institute of Sensors, Signals and Systems

Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
School of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh EH14 4AS, UK

Office: EM 2.31; Lab: EM 1.30

Phone: +44-131-451 4187
Fax:     +44-131-451 4155
E-Mail: yi.tan@hw.ac.uk
URL: http://www.eps.hw.ac.uk/~yt13/   

 


Biography

Mr. Yi Tan received his MSc degree in Wireless Communication from Lund University, Sweden, in 2012. Before and after his MSc studies, he worked in the industry for a few years related to embedded systems, mobile phone antenna, and firmware of Radio chip. He worked as a Research Assistant in Lund University in 2010 and Aalborg University from September 2014 to June 2015. Since September 2015, he has been a PhD student at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, under the supervision of  Prof. Cheng-Xiang Wang (personal website) and Prof. George Goussetis.

Research

Research Interests:

Wireless channel modelling and simulation

Millimeter wave communications

Wireless MIMO communications

5G wireless communication

Research Projects:

Measurement-based Statistical Channel Modelling of MM‑Wave Communications, Sep. 2015- Sep. 2018.

Publications

Refereed Conference Papers:

 

1.        Y. Tan, C.-X. Wang, J. Ø. Nielsen, and G. F. Pedersen, Comparison of stationarity regions for wireless channels from 2GHz to 30 GHz, in Proc. IWCMC17, Invited Paper, Valencia, Spain, Jun. 2017.

2.        Y. Tan, J. Huang, R. Feng, and C.-X, Wang, A study of angular stationarity of 5G millimeter wave channels, in Proc. ISWCS18 Workshop, Bologna, Italy, Aug. 2017.

3.        Y. Tan, C. -X. Wang, Q. Zhu, Z. Zhang, Z. Wang, J. Huang, and R. Feng, A novel beamforming scheme for mobile-to-mobile millimeter wave communications, in Proc. WSA18, Bochum, Germany, Mar. 2018.

 

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