Outreach Video: Research Visit to P.R. China funded by EU-H2020-is3DMIMO Project(2017)
As part of the major EU-H2020-is3DMIMO project, we traveled to P.R. China and Hong Kong for a one month duration. The objective was to foster research collaboration with wireless engineering scholars and experts in the EU that are funded by the European Commission and their counterparts in China. The outcome of the research travel can be summarized as follows:
- Destination: We traveled to 3 major tech. cities: Beijing, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong.
- Research Institutes: We visited 4 key research institutes: Tsinghua University, Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), Harbin Institute of Technology, and Huawei Hong Kong.
- Seminars: We presented 6 research seminars from a choice of 3 technical topics.
- Research: Currently, we have ongoing research collaboration on V2X communications with some of the scholars that we visited.
- Intelligent Transportation System,
- Connected Vehicles,
- Dedicated Short-Range Communication,
- Vehicular Ad hoc Network,
- Path Loss,
- Propagation Model,
- Channel Model,
- Connected Vehicle,
- Autonomous Vehicle,
- Connected and Autonomous Vehicle,
- Outage Probability,
- Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication,
- Stochastic Geometry,
- Meta Distribution,
- Road Safety,
- Traffic Efficiency,
- Urban Intersection,
- Suburban Intersection,
- Smart Intersection,
- Intelligent Intersection,
- Smart City,
- Research Funding,
- Grant Proposals,
- Government Funding,
- European Commission,
- Marie Skłodowska Curie Action,
- Hong Kong,
- Spatial Correlation,
- Small-Cell Network,
Publication DateSummer July 4, 2017
Citation InformationResearch Funding: EU-H2020-is3DMIMO Project, "Indoor Small-Cell Networks with 3D MIMO Array Antennas," Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (MSCA-RISE-2016), Grant No. 734798, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, 2017 — Amount: € 1,309,500.00. Link: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/207066/factsheet/en
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