Huiling Zhu received a BSc Honours degree from Xidian Univeristy, Xi’an, China, and a PhD degree from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. She joined University of Kent in 2006 and is currently a Reader in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom. Her research interests are in the area of broadband wireless mobile communications, covering topics such as radio resource allocation and management, MIMO, OFDMA, cooperative communications, distributed antenna systems, device-to-device communications, small cells and heterogeneous networks. She has participated in a number of European and industrial projects in these topics.
Dr Zhu is currently an Editor of IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. She was a Guest Editor of two special issues on IEEE Communications Magazine, the Publication Chair of IEEE WCNC2013 in Shanghai, China, the Operation Chair of IEEE ICC 2015 in London, UK, a Wireless Communications Symposium Co-Chair in IEEE Globecom 2015 in San Diego, USA and a Track Co-Chair of IEEE 83rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2016-Spring), Nanjing, China.
University of Kent
- User-centric Wireless Local Loop (ULOOP)
- Fibre Optic Networks for Distributed and Extendible Heterogeneous Radio Architectures and Service Provision (FUTON): General
- Low-cost coherent radio over fibre for dense access networks
- Ethernet fibre transport in cloud-radio access networks
- Functional virtualisation in fibre-distributed radio access networks
- Cellular Network based Device-to-Device Wireless Communications (CODEC)
- Massive MIMO technologies
- Device to device communications in cellular networks
- Non-orthogonal multiple access technique
- Distributed antenna systems
- 5G Harmonized Research and Trials for Service Evolution between EU and China (5G-DRIVE)