Please Note: There are NO opportunities for internships as such schemes do not fit at all well with our academic year as they fall right in the middle of examinations and marking. Also, there is no funding for such a placement here.
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MARK LEESON'S RESEARCH
For the Mathematicians out there:
Erdös Number = 6 (Mark S Leeson -> Ioan Grosu -> E. Atlee Jackson -> Alfred W. Hübler -> Michael Baym -> Douglas B. West -> Paul Erdős)
Less formal route = 4 (Mark S Leeson -> Sadie Creese -> A. W. Roscoe -> Mary Ellen Rudin -> P. Erdös)
Mark is a member of the ComSys Laboratory.
His current major research interests are:
Optical Wireless, Optical Networks, Coding Schemes, Modulation Formats, Emergent Behaviour, Body Area Networks, Biomimetic Approaches, Applications of Machine Learning.
Communication between nanoscale devices is an exciting area of great interest in which I was awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering/Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship.
An exciting EPSRC project (EP/F033591/1 Network Coding via Evolutionary Algorithms) produced some interesting and significant results [Hu et al., Computers and Operations Research, 39(5), 952-963, 2012].
The EU Outgoing International Fellowship Project (PIOF-GA-2011299725), Integrated Risk Governance via Spatial Complexity Inspired Models and Algorithms (IRGSCIMA) (Engineering web page) supported Dr Xiaobing Hu working with the State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology at Beijing Normal University.
Current Research Supervision
PhD -First Supervisor
|A Umar.||Underwater Optical Wireless Communications for Nigeria's Oil and Gas Industry||1st||N/A||Petroleum Technology Development Fund|
|Y Li||Coherent Optical Wireless for Underwater Applications
||Visiting (July 2017 - June 2018)||N/A||CSC/School of Engineering|
|L Zhang||Body Area Networking||1st||N/A||Self|
|B Shao||Delay Tolerant Networking||3rd||N/A||Self/School of Engineering|
PhD -Second Supervisor
|M Phillpott||Mathematical Modelling for Clinical Outcome Prediction in Kidney Transplantation||1st||Univerity Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire/School of Engineering|
||Energy System Data Analytics||1st||EPSRC|
|N Gunes||Stochastic Resonance in Communication Systems||4th||Home Government|
Previous Research Supervision as First Supervisor (and as Second Supervisor)
|Zichao (Enzo) Rong||PhD||Awaiting viva||
Terahertz Communications at the Nanoscale
|Jennifer Jackson||PhD||Making corrections||
A Biodiversity Approach to Cyber Security
|Yangzhe (Roy) Liao||PhD||2017||
System Design and Performance Analysis of Wireless Body Area Networks
|Chenyao Bai||PhD||2016||Error Control in Bacterial Quorum Communications|
|Alaa Al Sebae||PhD
||2016||Network Coding for Computer Networking|
|Tony Mo||PhD||2015||Deterministic Ethernet for Safety Critical Applications|
|Joe Yu||PhD||2014||Urban VANET Performance Optimisation|
|Lalith Karunarathne||PhD||2013||Network Coding via Evolutionary Algorithms|
|Ade Awoye||PhD||2013||Predistortion as a Cost-Effective Means to Tackle Nonlinearity in Radio over Fibre Links|
|Hüseyin Kusetoğullari||PhD||2012||Network Routing Optimization and Effective Multimedia Transmision to Enhance QoS in Communication Networks|
|Shaobo Sun*||PhD||2011||Coding and Modulation for Spectral Slicing|
|Kai Cui+||PhD||2010||Performance Enhancing Codes for Spectral Amplitude O-CDMA|
|Pingfan Wang||MPhil||2007||Optimization of AP Placement and Channel Assignment in Wireless LANs|
|Ioannis Pavlosoglou||PhD||2006||Emergence in the Security of Protocols for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks|
|Ridha Rejeb||PhD||2006||Fault and Attack Management in All-Optical Networks|
|Lei Xue||PhD||2005||Internet Connection Method for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks|
|Dimitrios Delivasilis||PhD||2004||Data Security for Third Generation Telecommunication Systems|
|Mike Handley||PhD||2002||Dynamic Wavelength Assignment in WDM Passive Optical Networks|
|Yousif Jamro||PhD||2001||Wavelength Conversion Technologies for All-Optical WDM Networks|
As one of the UK's premier research-led universities Warwick has access to some funding mechanisms for students from all over the World but competition is tough and early application is advised.
If you are interested in researching for a PhD in the areas above please contact me:
School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Gibbet Hill Road, Coventry CV4 7AL, United Kingdom
(Tel: +44 24 7652 3908 +44 24 7652 3908 )