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University of Cambridge (Computer Laboratory)

Address: William Gates Building, 15 JJ Thomson Ave., Cambridge, CB3 0FD
URL: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/

The Computer Laboratory is the University of Cambridge's Computer Science department. It consists of about 37 academic staff, 25 support staff, 40 affiliated research staff, and 154 research students. Professor Andy Hopper is the Head of Department. The Laboratory undertakes research in a broad range of subjects within the disciplines of Computer Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics. Current research areas include bioinformatics, computer architecture, computer vision, distributed systems, graphics and human-computer interaction, logic and semantics, machine learning, natural language processing, networking and wireless communication, operating systems and virtualization, programming, security, and sustainable computing.

Dr. Ian James Wassell

Position: Senior Lecturer
URL: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/research/dtg/www/people/ijw24/
E-Mail: ijw24 [AT] cam.ac.uk
Telephone: 01223 767026

Dr Ian Wassell joined the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory as a Senior Lecturer in January 2006. Prior to this appointment, he was with the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering for approximately six and a half years.

He received the PhD degree from the University of Southampton in 1990, where he investigated Viterbi Equalisation for wireless and mobile systems, and the BSc., BEng. Degrees from the University of Loughborough in 1983. He has in excess of 15 years experience in the simulation and design of radio communication systems gained via a number of positions in industry and higher education. He has published more than 170 papers concerning wireless communication systems since joining the University of Cambridge in May 1999, and has successfully supervised 15 PhD students and 6 MPhil students. He is now leading the research on wireless communications within the Digital Technology Group at the Computer Laboratory.

He is also a fellow of Churchill College and has supervised second year linear systems and communication topics to Churchill engineering students for a number of years. He is a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and has also served on the local Cambridge committee of the IET. His current research interests include:

�Broadband fixed wireless access (FWA)
�Sensor networks
�Cooperative and relay networks
�Propagation measurement and empirical modelling
�Electromagnetic (EM) based propagation modelling
�Turbo and convolutional coding
�Bit interleaved coded modulation and iterative detection
�Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems
�Signal processing for MIMO detection

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