ZHAGN Qinyu
Address:
C210, HIT Campus, Shenzhen University Town, Shenzhen, China (518055)
Email:
zqy@hit.edu.cn
Phone:
+86-755-26033786
PERSONAL PROFILE
 
RESEARCH INTEREST
 
Deep Space Communications、Cognitive Radio and Networks、Soft Defined Radio、Biomedical Electronics
EDUCATION  
1996-2003
The University of Tokushima, Dept. of Elect. & Electro. Eng., Ph.D.
1990-1994
Harbin Institute of Technology, Department of Radio Engineering, B.E.
RESEARCH & WORK EXPERIENCE  
2003-present
Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School, Professor
1996-2003
The University of Tokushima, Assistant Professor
1994-1996
Harbin Institute of Technology, Research Fellow
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION & ACADEMIC SERVICE
 
2008-present
IEEE Communication Society, Shenzhen Chapter, Chair
2012-present
IEEE Senior Member
2012-present
Science China, Editorial Board Member
2012-present
KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, Editorial Board Member
2006-present
Journal of Communications, Editor
RESEARCH PROJECTS
2011-2014
The Key Program of NSFC: "Communications theory and key technologies for deep space exploration", 61032003.
2009-2013
973 program: "Research on multi-domain cognitive theory and system for wireless networks", 2009CB320402
2012-2014
National Science and Technology Major Projects: Research on the LTE coverage enhancement networking technology, 2012ZX03001027-002
2011-2013
National Science and Technology Major Projecs: Research on multimedia optimization Technology for Broadband wireless mobile communication network, 2010ZX03004-003-02.
RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT & AWARDS
2011
University Science and Technology Award in Heilongjiang: Theory and verification platform of high speed UWB wireless access
2011
University Science and Technology Award in Heilongjiang(Natural): Theory and verification platform of high speed UWB wireless access
2008
Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University of Ministry of Education of China
PATENT
   
Chinese Patents (Selected, approved )

1. A two-step signal acquisition scheme for energy-detection based IR-UWB systems
2. An IR-UWB based ranging method and system
3. An average BER performance evaluation method for non-coherent IR-UWB systems under modified S-V channel model of IEEE 802.15.3a standard
4. A BER performance optimization scheme for non-coherent energy-detection based IR-UWB receivers
5. A spectrum sharing method and system for cognitive radios
6. Oblique projection based blind adaptive polarization filtering
7. An oblique projection based blind adaptive CDMA receiver
8. A method for an OC-CDMA spread spectrum system based on oblique projection
9. Intelligent recognition method for songs based on audio features
10. Mobile remote monitoring system based on wireless video transmission
11. Integrated development board of the baseband IF
12. Cash register and its hardware and circuit with a function of prefix number identification
13. A device for Ultra narrow bandwidth of Gaussian pulse generator and modulation
14. Polarization filtering method based on oblique projection
15. Cooperative spectrum sensing method with limited control channel cognitive radio
16. Cognitive radio intelligent spectrum access with unknown environment model characteristics
17. Cascade coding and decoding, and signal transmission and reception method based on ldpc code and the constellation rotation quasi-orthogonal space-time codes
18. Adaptive interference separation transceiver device based on fractional fourier transform
19. A hide communication method based on general signal sequence hide weighted signal
20. A confidentiality of communications and decryption methods based on four weighted score fourier transform
21. A multi-band biorthogonal direct sequence spread spectrum frequency hopping mixed-signal generation and reception method
22. A low sampling rate signal recovery method based on weighted fractional fourier transform domain
PAPER & BOOK PUBLICATIONS
Publications(Selected)

1. Qinyu Zhang*, Bin Cao, Ye Wang, Xiaodong Lin, Limin Sun, Naitong Zhang. On Exploiting Polarization for Energy-harvesting Enabled Cooperative Cognitive Radio Networking. IEEE Wireless Communications (to appear). .
2. Bin Cao, Hao Liang, Jon W. Mark, Qinyu Zhang*. Exploiting Orthogonally Dual-polarized Antennas in Cooperative Cognitive Radio Networking, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (to appear).
3. Bin Cao, Qinyu Zhang*, Jon W. Mark, Lin X. Cai, and H. Vincent Poor, Towards Efficient Radio Spectrum Utilization: User Cooperation in Cognitive Radio Networking, IEEE Network, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 46–52, July, 2012.
4. Ye Wang, Qinyu Zhang* and Naitong Zhang, Resource allocation based on subcarrier exchange in multiuser OFDM system. SCIENCE CHINA Information Sciences, 2013. 56(1).
5. Ye Wang, Qinyu Zhang*, Yalin Zhang and Peipei Chen, Adaptive Resource Allocation for Cognitive Radio Networks with Multiple Primary Networks. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2012. 2012(1): 252.
6. Ye Wang, Yalin Zhang, Qinyu Zhang*, Shaohua Wu, Optimal Selection of False Alarm Probability for Dynamic Spectrum Access. IEEE Communications Letters, 2013.
7. Jun Shi, Xuejun Sha, Qinyu Zhang* and Naitong Zhang, Extrapolation of Bandlimited Signals in Linear Canonical Transform Domain. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 2012. 60(3): p. 1502-1508.
8. Peipei Chen and Qinyu Zhang*, Joint Temporal and Spatial Sensing Based Cooperative Cognitive Networks. IEEE Communications Letters, 2011. 15(5): p. 530-532.
9. Peipei Chen, Qinyu Zhang*, Yalin Zhang and Ye Wang, Performance analysis of spectrum sharing mechanisms in cognitive radio networks. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2011.
10. Jian Jiao, Guol Qing and Qinyu Zhang, Packets interleaving CCSDS file delivery protocol in deep space communication. IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, 2011. 26(2): p. 5-11.
11. Zhihua Yang, Qinyu Zhang*, Naitong Zhang and Ye Wang, The performance of ultra wideband acquisition system based on energy detection over IEEE 802.15.3a channel. SCIENCE CHINA Information Sciences, 2011. 54(2): p. 360-370.
12. Zhiyong Liu, Qinyu Zhang*, Naitong. Zhang and Xingpeng Mao, Adjustable observation window length equalisation receiver based on H∞ criterion for ultra-wideband in non-gaussian noise. IET Communications, 2011. 5(13): p. 1860-1867.
13. Bin Cao, Qinyu Zhang* and Lin Jin, Polarization division multiple access with polarization modulation for LOS wireless communications. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2011.
14. Shi Zheng, Weiqiang Wu and Qinyu Zhang*, Energy and Link-State Based Routing Protocol for MANET. IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems, 2011. E94.D(5): p. 1026-1034.
15. Ruhai Wang*, Xuan Wu, Qinyu Zhang, Tarik Taleb, Zhengsheng Zhang and Jia Hou. Experimental Evaluation of TCP-Based DTN for Cislunar Communications in Presence of Long Link Disruption. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2011.
16. Ruhai Wang*, Zhiguo Wei, Dave Vivek, Bin Ren, Qinyu Zhang, Jia Hou and Liulei Zhou, Which DTN CLP is best for long-delay cislunar communications with channel-rate asymmetry? IEEE Wireless Communications, , 2011. 18(6): p. 10-16.
17. Bin Cao, Qinyu. Zhang*, Lin Jin and Naitong Zhang, Oblique Projection Polarization Filtering-Based Interference Suppressions for Radar Sensor Networks. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2010.
18. Tingting Zhang, Qinyu. Zhang*, Naitong. Zhang and Hongguang Xu. Weighted Acquisition of UWB Signals Based on Energy Detection. IEICE Transactions on Communications, 2010. E93B(3): p. 560-570.
19. Wei Li*, Qinyu Zhang, Xiaochuan Ma and Chaohuan Hou, Active Sonar Detection in Reverberation via Signal Subspace Extraction Algorithm. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2010.
20. QinYu Zhang*, Bin Cao, Jian Wang and Naitong Zhang, Polarization filtering technique based on oblique projections. SCIENCE CHINA Information Sciences, 2010. 53(5): p. 1056-1066.
21. Tingting Zhang, Qinyu Zhang*, Naitong Zhang and Hongguang Xu, Performance analysis of an indoor UWB ranging system. Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics, 2009. 20(3): p. 450-456.
22. Yalin Zhang, Qinyu. Zhang* and Shaohua Wu. Entropy-based robust spectrum sensing in cognitive radio. IET Communications, , 2010. 4(4): p. 428-436.
23. Yalin Zhang, Qinyu Zhang* and Tommaso Melodia, A Frequency-Domain Entropy-Based Detector for Robust Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks. IEEE Communications Letters, 2010. 14(6): p. 533-535.
24. Hui Li*, Qinyu Zhang and Naitong Zhang, Autonomous navigation of formation flying spacecrafts in deep space exploration and communication by hybrid navigation utilizing neural network filter. Acta Astronautica, 2009. 65(7–8): p. 1028-1031.
25. Hui Li*, Qinyu Zhang and Naitong Zhang, Constructing space-based continuous navigation and communication system utilizing formation flying satellites on GEO orbit in deep space exploration. Acta Astronautica, 2009. 65(9-10): p. 1185-1189.
CONFERENCE PAPERS/TALKS
 
Conference Paper(Selected )

1. Bin Cao, X. Cai Lin, Liang Hao, Jon W. Mark, Qinyu Zhang, H. Vincent Poor and Weihua Zhuang. Cooperative cognitive radio networking using quadrature signaling. in IEEE Conference on Computer Communications, INFOCOM 2012, March 25, 2012 - March 30, 2012.
2. Bin Cao, Qinyu Zhang, Dong Liang, Shouming Wen, Lin Jin and Yanqun Zhang. Blind adaptive polarization filtering based on oblique projection. in 2010 IEEE International Conference on Communications, ICC 2010, May 23, 2010 - May 27, 2010.
3. Bin Cao, Qinyu Zhang, Yanqun Zhang, Shouming Wen and Dong Liang. Polarization filtering based interference suppressions for cooperative radar sensor network. in 53rd IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2010, December 6, 2010 - December 10, 2010.
4. Ye Wang and Qinyu Zhang. Capacity analysis for secondary user in cognitive radio network. in 2011 International Conference on Wireless Communications and Signal Processing, WCSP 2011, November 9, 2011 - November 11, 2011.
5. Yalin Zhang, Bijan Golkar, Elvino S. Sousa and Qinyu Zhang. Efficient user selection for downlink zero-forcing based multiuser MIMO systems. in IEEE 74th Vehicular Technology Conference, VTC Fall 2011, September 5, 2011 - September 8, 2011.
6. Yalin Zhang, Yang Yang Li, Elvino S. Sousa and Qinyu Zhang. Pilot power minimization in HSDPA femtocells. in 53rd IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2010, December 6, 2010 - December 10, 2010.
7. Yalin Zhang, Elvino S. Sousa, Liang Song, Qinyu Zhang and Dimitrios Hatzinakos. Adaptive sensing cycle for multichannel cognitive radio networks based on packet statistics. in 2010 IEEE Globecom Workshops, GC'10, December 5, 2010 - December 10, 2010.
TEACHING/SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE
Course: Modern Communication Technologies and Methodologies
The potential impact of wireless networks is enormous and many studies have estimated that these will change the way information is accessed, managed, and stored. In this course, many recent, current and emerging developments will be discussed. We will provide in-depth coverage of advances in wireless and mobile networks, key techniques and challenging issues. Fundamentals and future of wireless communications, satellites, wireless Internet, local and wide area networks, quality of service, mobile devices, and dynamic spectrum accessing will be included.
SUPERVISING
1-2 PHDs and 5-10 graduates will be recruited in wireless communication field anniversary, the research including: deep space communication , cognitive radio and its network, Integration of air and space network, UWB ,biology medical electronic , etc.
For cultivating PHDs, the mainly aspect facing to is above issues in wireless communication and providing necessary theory steady for building and realizing of new organization in future wireless communication. Career choices for PHD includes: National Defense Science and Industry group , research member in overseas and national colleges, World Top 500 companies, etc.
For cultivating graduates. The content is facing to existing and future key technology research in the field of wireless communications, focus on training graduate students problem-solving skills and engaged in research work in the future. Graduates’ career choice includes National Defense Science and Engineering Group, PHD in national or oversea colleges, World Top 500 companies,etc..
Updated:2017-10