(Pictured in Riverside, CA, Nov 2010)
Professor Yingbo Hua (华英波)
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Riverside, CA, 92521, USA
Phone: 951-827-2853, Fax: 951-827-2425, Email: yhua(at)ee.ucr.edu
Yingbo Hua is a senior full professor with University of California, Riverside, where he joined in 2001. During 1990-2000, he held a faculty position with the University of Melbourne, Australia, where he was promoted to the rank of Reader from 1996. He was a visiting professor with Hong Kong University of Science and Technology during 1999-2000 and a consultant with Microsoft Research in summer 2000. He received a Ph.D. Degree from Syracuse University, NY, in 1988, and a B.S. Degree from Southeast University, Nanjing, China, in Feb 1982. His research interests are theories and applications of signal processing, wireless communications and sensor networks. He has published over three hundreds of articles and coedited three volumes of books, with thousands of citations, covering such topics as high resolution signal processing, sensor arrays, reduced rank processing, subspace tracking, source separation, blind de-convolution, channel estimation, channel coding, resource allocation, MIMO relays, full-duplex radios and radio interference cancellation. Since 1994, he has served as Editor and Guest Editor for five premier journals by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, the IEEE Communications Society, and the European Association for Signal Processing. His papers are also published in the premier journals by the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, the IEEE Information Theory Society, the IEEE Neural Networks Society, and the International Federation of Automatic Control. Since 1992, he has helped more than fifty international conferences and workshops on their organizing and/or technical committees. Since 1990, he has advised over 50 Ph.D. students, postdocs, visiting scholars and master-by-thesis students. About 14 of them have been or are now university professors in Australia, Southeast Asia, Europe, USA and China, and many others are with companies like Qualcomm, Broadcom, IBM, AT&T, GE, Apple, VIA, Finisar, etc. He is a Fellow of IEEE from 2002 and AAAS from 2011.