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Song-Wen Huang
 Ph.D. Candidate and Research Assistant

 Signals, Communications, and Networking Research Group
 Department of Electrical Engineering
 University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY at Buffalo)

 238 Davis Hall,
 State University of New York at Buffalo,
 Buffalo, NY 14260
 Phone: (716) 429-6530
 Email: songwenh@buffalo.edu                                        GS RG Linkedin

 








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Biography


I am Song-Wen Huang, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate majoring in Electrical Engineering at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, advised by Prof. Dimitris A. Pados.
I received M.S. degree in 2011 and B.S. degree in 2009 both from Eleectronics Engineering at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan, where M.S. thesis is supervised by Dr. Feng-Tsun Chien.
Currently, I am student member of IEEE Communications, Signal Processing and Energy & Power societies.

My updated curriculum vitae can be found here.

Education

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, in process.
M.S. in Electronics Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2011.
B.S. in Electronics Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2009.

Research 

5G, DSP, MIMO, OFDMA, CDMA
Software Defined Radio (SDR) Networking
RF and Underwater Acoustic Communications
Cognitive Radio (CR) Networks
Chirp Spread Spectrum
Optimization Theory

Publications

Journal:
[1] S.-W. Huang, and D. A. Pados, "M-ary Orthogonal Chirp Modulation for Coherent and Non-coherent Underwater Acoustic Communications," in IEEE Communications Letters, 2017. (prepared)

Conference:

[1] S.-W. Huang, and D. A. Pados, "Multicarrier Chirp-Division Multiplexing for Wireless Communications," in IEEE International Conference on Communications, May 2018. (submitted)

[2] S.-W. Huang, G. Sklivanitis, D. A. Pados, and S. N. Batalama, "Underwater Acoustic Communications Using Quasi-Orthogonal Chirps," to appear in Proceedings of 51st  Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Oct. 2017.

[3] S.-W. Huang, Y.-W. Chan, F.-T. Chien, and Y.-C. Chung, "Efficient resource allocation in cooperative cognitive radio networks: A coalitional game approach," in IET International Communication Conference on Wireless Mobile and Computing (CCWMC), pp. 133-138, Nov. 2011.

Thesis:
[1] S.-W. Huang, "Coalitional Game Theoretic Power Control and Time Allocation in Cooperative Cognitive Radio Networks," Master Thesis, Department of Electronics Engineering, NCTU, July 2011.

Honors and Awards

2nd Place, Erie Hack Finals, Cleveland Water Alliance, 2017.
Teaching Assistantship, SUNY at Buffalo, 2014-2017.
Rank 11th, Undergraduate Score in the Class of EE, NCTU, 2009.


Work Experiences

Research Assistant, SUNY at Buffalo, 2014 - present.
Teaching Assistant, SUNY at Buffalo, 2014 - present.
Senior Engineer, Macronix International Co., Ltd., Taiwan, 2013 - 2014.
Research Assistant, NCTU, 2009 - 2011.

Teaching

EE 202 Circuit Analysis                                                                        2014 Fall, 2015 Fall, 2017 Fall
EE 205 Signals and Systems                                                               2015 Spring
EE 383 Communication System I                                                         2016 Spring, 2017 Spring
EE 478 HDL Based Digital Design with Programmable Logic              2016 Fall

Social Activities

Student member of IEEE Communications, Signal Processing and Energy & Power societies.
Senator of Taiwanese Graduate Student Association, SUNY at Buffalo, 2015- 2016.
Lecturer of Heart Chan Meditation Class, SUNY at Buffalo, 2015- present.
President of Chan Meditation Club, NCTU, 2008- 2009.
Director of General Affairs of Student Association of Dept. of EE, NCTU, 2007- 2008.


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Webpage updated on 10/17/2017.
CR 2017 S.-W. Huang