Wee Gin did his first degree in University College London, UK. 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 2000-2003 after spending a few years in the industry.
My teaching interests are within the area of software engineering and communication engineering, both of which are important strands in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
I consider myself very privileged to have taught a number of very interesting EEE modules over the years. The tremendous support that I receive from the faculty admin, UK counterparts, and the department is very appreciated.
My research activities include PhD student supervision, publishing research articles, attending conferences and participating in grant applications and work.
I am interested in the following areas of research, mostly within the umbrella of wireless communications: ACE (adaptive channel equalization), selected MIMO and TURBO topics, WSN (wireless sensor networks), and radio propagation.
I have graduated more than 5 PhD students for which I am either the primary or the 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 around 20 journal and conference publications/papers.
C. K. LIM, S. Y. LIM, D. W. G. LIM, Z. YUN and M. F. ISKANDER, 2017. Further propagation investigation of a low density urban environment with drains Progress in Electromagnetics Research C. 79, 31-38