YANG Zhihua
Address:
C208,HIT Campus of University Town of Shenzhen, Shenzhen, China (518055)
Email:
yangzhihua@hit.edu.cn
Phone:
0755-26415469
PERSONAL PROFILE
 
RESEARCH INTEREST
 
Satellite Communications, Space Networks, Disruption-Tolerant Networks and VANET.
EDUCATION  
2006-2010
Harbin Institute of Technology, Ph.D
2003-2005
Harbin Institute of Technology, M.S
1996-2000
Wuhan University of Technology, B.S
RESEARCH & WORK EXPERIENCE  
2014.8-now
HIT Shenzhen Graduate School, Associate professor
2012.9-2014.7
HIT Shenzhen Graduate School, Assistant professor
2010.7-2012.8
HIT Shenzhen Graduate School, Postdoc
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION & ACADEMIC SERVICE
 
RESEARCH PROJECTS
2012-2014
On the CCSDS file delivery protocols over Ka-band deep space link with relays collaborations, Sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation of China
2012-2014
On the collaborative-downloading in the VANET using the traffic flow theory, Sponsored by Shenzhen Government
2012-2014
The data delivery in the internet of things based on DTN, Sponsored by Shenzhen Government
2011-2012
Research on the delivery techniques over Ka-band deep space link with relays collaborations, Sponsored by China Postdoctoral Science Foundation
2013-2014
On the bundle delivery in the space DTN using store-and-FORWARD mechanism, Sponsored by HIT.
RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT & AWARDS
PATENT
   
Seven patents
PAPER & BOOK PUBLICATIONS
[1]. Jianling Hu, Ruhai Wang, Xue Sun, Qian Yu, Zhihua Yang, Qinyu Zhang, “Memory dynamics for DTN protocol in deep-space communications”, IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, 2014, 29(2): 22-30.
[2]. Z. Yang, Q. Yu, R. Wang, X. Sun, M. Sanctis, Q. Zhang and J. Hu, “Analytical characterization of Licklider transmission protocol (LTP) in cislunar communications”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 2014, 50(3):2019-2031.
[3]. Zhihua Yang, Hongbing Li, Jian Jiao, Qinyu Zhang, Ruhai Wang , “A CFDP-based Two-hop Relaying Protocol over Weather-Dependent Ka-band Space Channel ”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems. (To appear)
[4]. Shushi Gu, Jian Jiao, Qinyu Zhang, Zhihua Yang, Wei Xiang, and Bin Cao, “A Novel Network-coded Rateless Coding Scheme in Erasure Multiple-Access Relay Enable Communications”, IET Communications, 2014, 8(4): 537-545
[5]. Yang Zhihua, Zhang Qinyu, Li Huiyuan, Qin Jiao, Li Yunhe, Cao Bin, “A Frequency Offset-resisted Concatenated FQPSK Demodulation with LDPC decoding”, IET Communications, 2014, 8(13): 2264-2271
[6]. Zhihua Yang, Qinyu Zhang, Ruhai Wang, Hongbing Li and Athanasios V. Vasilakos, “On Storage Dynamics of Space Delay/Disruption Tolerant Network Node”, ACM/Springer Wireless Networks, 2014, 20(8): 2529-2541.
[7]. Yang Z H, Zhang Q Y, Zhang N T, Wang Y. The Performance of Ultra Wideband Acquisition System Based on Energy Detection over IEEE 802.15.3a Channel. Sci China Inf Sci, 2011, 54(2): 360-370.
CONFERENCE PAPERS/TALKS
 
[1]. Hongbing Li, Zhihua Yang, Jian Jiao, Qinyu Zhang, Ruhai Wang, Xiaodong Lin. Analysis on Dynamic of Node Storage in Space Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking. In Proceedings of IEEE ICC’13, June 11, 2013, pp:6133-6137.
[2]. Jiao Qin, Zhihua Yang, Jian Jiao, Qinyu Zhang. On Symbol Mapping for Physical-Layer Network Coding with FQPSK Modulation. In Proceedings of IEEE WCNC’13, April 08, 2013, pp:1516-1521.
[3]. Shushi Gu, Jian Jiao, Zhihua Yang, Qinyu Zhang, Ye Wang. RCLTP: A Rateless Coding-based Licklider Transmission Protocol in Space Delay/Disrupt Tolerant Network. In Proceedings of WCSP 2013, Hangzhou, China, Oct. 24-26, 2013.
[4]. Huiyuan Li, Zhihua Yang, Jian Jiao, and Qinyu Zhang. ACFDP-based Multi-state Model on Ka-band Weather-dependent Channel. In Proceedings of SPACOMM’12, Chamonix, France, April 29, 2012: 60-66.
TEACHING/SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE
The Fundamentals of Wireless Networks
Architecture: There is a small collection of ingredients that serves to characterize and differentiate wireless communication and networking. Key technology: including frequency band, signal encoding technique, error correction technique, and network architecrure.
Network type: This course covers the important types of wireless networks, including satellite, cellular, fixed wireless access, and wireless LANs.
Design approaches: This course examines alternative design choices and assesses their relative merits.
Applications: A number of key technologies and applications have been developed on top of wireless infrastructures, especially mobile IP and wireless web access.
Updated:2019-04