Senior University Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Engineering
Wee Gin did his first degree in University College London. He graduated with a 1st class (Hons) in Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 1997. He later pursued his PhD in the Australian National University in Telecommunications Engineering from 2000-2004 after spending a few years in the industry.
Since 2004 I have taught EEE UG and PG modules of various levels, i.e. from year 1 UG to year 4 UG/PG.
I teach primarily computer strand modules, for example Object Oriented Programming. The modules are prepared and delivered with a quality that is recognized and approved by both our external accreditors:- the Engineering Council UK (ECUK) and the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA). I also used to teach several communications based modules as my PhD is based on blind adaptive equalization, that is a topic under telecommunications.
My research activities include PhD student supervision, publishing research articles and participating in grant applications and work.
I am highly interested in the following areas of research, mostly within the umbrella of wireless communications, although I participate in a number of other related and relevant research topics: Blind equalization, Adaptive Optimization, MIMO detection, TURBO decoding and wireless sensor networks.
I have graduated more than 5 PhD students for which I am either the primary or co-supervisor. I have collaborated with two professors in grant application and work, which were both successfully completed. I continue to submit grant applications almost every year. I have authored and co-authored around 20 journal and conference papers.
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