Recent Update: 03/15/2017
I am an engineer by weekday, a photographer by weekend.
2014 FALL - 2016 SUMMER:
Since I first touched the engineering filed in my high school, I have matured into an engineer, who can not only use methods offered in school but also acquire new techniques to solve real-world problems. Several issued patents explain my ambition that I am eager to absorb any innovative stuffs and make use of them. I received my bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering from Zhejiang University, China, in 2014. At the beginning, I worked on wireless communication, information theory and coding theory. After I came to USA, my focus was shifted to:
My Resume is Available HERE
4. Research Assistant in University of California, Davis, USA (2016-now)
5. Teaching Assistant in University of California, Davis, USA (2017-now)
6. Data Analyst for "Data Mapping of 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Twitter Activity" project. (2017-now)
7. Session Chair for Emerging Technologies, Architectures and Services, WCNC 2017 (March, 2017)
4. Adaptive Pipeline Method for Physical Layer Rateless Code Transmission (CN 201410136267)
5. Pipeline Method for Physical Layer Rateless Code Transmission (CN 201410135621)
6. Information Sharing System based on Bar Code Identification (CN 202677457)
7. Learning Assistant based on Wireless Networking and Radio Frequency Identification (CN 201220430153)
8. Schoolbag Intelligent Management Device (CN 200720008541)
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2. Q. Yu, E. L. Xu, and S. Cui, "Submodular maximization with multi-knapsack constraints and its applications in scientific literature recommendations," in 2016 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing(GlobalSIP),. IEEE, 2016.