Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
Dr. Yujie Gu received the Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, in 2008. After graduation, he held several research positions in China, Canada, Israel and the United States. Currently, he works at Aptiv Advanced Engineering Center as a Senior Radar Scientist focusing on research and development of advanced automotive radar system. His main research experience is statistical and array signal processing, including information-theoretic compressive sensing, robust adaptive beamforming, and sparse array processing, with applications to radar, wireless communications, and radio astronomy imaging. Up to now, his most significant contribution to the Signal Processing Society is on solving the signal self-nulling in adaptive beamforming. Microsoft Academic ranked Dr. Gu the most impactful author in the topic of Adaptive beamformer over the past 15 years.
Dr. Gu is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the EURASIP. He is an elected member of the IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel (SAM) Technical Committee. Dr. Gu currently serves as a Subject Editor-in-Chief for Electronics Letters and Associate Editor for Signal Processing. He is the Lead Guest Editor of the Digital Signal Processing 2019 Special Issue on Source Localization in Massive MIMO. Dr. Gu served as a Special Sessions Co-Chair of the 2020 IEEE SAM Workshop. He has also served as TPC member for a number of international conferences including IEEE ICASSP and IEEE RadarConf. Dr. Gu is the recipient of the 2019 IET Communications Premium Award. He is also the corresponding author of the paper received the 2021 IEEE SPS Young Author Best Paper Award.