Research Output per year
Dr Y. Hong received her Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering and telecommunications from University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) in Oct. 2004. She is an Associate Editor of European Transactions on Telecommunications. She is a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of Communication Theory and Information Theory soceities. She is Technical Program Committee Chair of the 2011 Australian Communication Theory workshop at Melbourne; Publicity Chair of 2009 IEEE Information Theory Workshop at Taromina, Sicily, Italy; and Technical Program Committee Members of many IEEE leading conferences. She was awarded the NICTA-ACoRN Earlier Career Researcher award for a paper coauthored with A. Grant and E. Viterbo, at AUSCTW 2007. Anyone who is interested in the following research can contact Dr. Hong at Room 224, Bld 72, Email at Yi.Hong at Monash.edu.
For Postgraduate Applicants
I am looking for self-motivated graduate students with good mathematical background and good understanding in signal processing, communication and information theory with applications to wireless communications. You can contact me via email and send your latest resume, academic transcripts, English language certificates and the research of your interest. The relevant information is at: Applying for a Postgraduate Research Scholarship.
If you are a holder or candidate of China Scholarship Council (CSC) Award for CSC Doctoral Program, you are also invited to contact me. Monash can provide tuition fee remission (TFR) scholarship for successful CSC scholarship recipients. Details are at: Monash-CSC PhD Program. and CSC-Monash PhD Scholarship.
Research area keywords
- Communication and information theory
- Electrical engineering
- Signal processing
- Wireless communications
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper › Research › peer-review
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper › Research