Mugen Peng received his B.S. degree in electronics engineering from Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications, China, in 2000, and his Ph.D. degree in radio resource management from the Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications (BUPT) in 2005. In 2005, he joined BUPT, and now he is a Full Professor with the school of information and communication engineering, BUPT, China. He is leading a research group focusing on wireless networks and communication technologies in Wireless Signal Processing & Network (WSPN) Lab. His main research interests include adaptive signal processing, cooperative communication, green communications, wireless network coding, self-organizing network, heterogeneous networks, and cloud radio access networks. He is currently on the Associate Editorial Board of the IEEE access and International Journal of Communications System and was the Guest Leading Editor of International Journal of Antennas and Propagation and International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks and was the guest editor of IET Communications. Dr. Peng is Coinventor of over 50 patents and author or coauthor of over 150 journal and conference papers. He edited more than 10 Chinese books and translated 4 English books and contributed more than 30 proposals to 3GPP and CCSA standards. Dr. Peng was honored with the best paper award in ICCTA 2011, IC-BNMT 2010, and IET CCWMC 2009. He was awarded the first grade award of technological invention award in ministry of education of China for his excellent research work on the hierarchical cooperative communication theory and application in heterogeneous wireless networks and the second grade award of scientific & technical progress from China institute of communications for his excellent research work on the coexistence of multiradio access networks and the spectrum management for the 3G licenses in China.
Biography Updated on 1 September 2014