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Dr. Wu is currently an assistant professor in HKUEEE. He obtained the B.Eng. (EEE) degree in 1998 and the M.Phil. degree in 2001 from The University of Hong Kong (HKU). After graduation from Master degree, he was a research assistant in the same university. He started his Ph.D. degree in 2002 at the Texas A&M University, USA and obtained the Ph.D. degree in 2005. During his study at Texas A&M University, he was fully supported by the prestigious Croucher Foundation scholarship. From Aug 2005- Aug 2006, he was with the Thomson Corporate Research, Princeton, NJ, as a Member of Technical Staff. He joined the University of Hong Kong in Sep 2006.
His research interests are in general area of signal processing for communication systems, and in particular receiver algorithm design, synchronization techniques, channel equalization, software radio, OFDM, MIMO, cooperative systems, Bayesian inference, Monte Carlo statistical methods, and low-complexity implementation of DSP algorithms.