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Professor (Kit) Kai-Kit Wong (繼傑)
IEEE Fellow, IET Fellow
Full Professor and Chair in Wireless Communications
Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Wireless Communications Letters (2020-present)


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Kai-Kit Wong received the BEng, the MPhil, and the PhD degrees, all in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), Hong Kong, in 1996, 1998, and 2001, respectively. His PhD research, under the supervision of Professor Ross Murch (Primary Supervisor) and Professor Khaled Ben Letaief (Co-Supervisor), focused on the optimisation of multiuser MIMO antenna systems in the downlink. His paper in WCNC 2000 (Chicago, USA) marked the first ever research work on multiuser MIMO in the field. After graduation, he worked closely with Professor Tung-Sang Ng at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Hong Kong (HKU) as a Research Assistant Professor, to continue his multiuser MIMO research. From July 2003 to December 2003, he paid a visit to the Wireless Communications Research Department of Lucent Technologies, Bell-Labs, Holmdel, NJ, U.S., to learn and collaborate with Dr. G. J. Foschini and Dr. R. Valenzuela. After that, he spent time in the Smart Antennas Research Group of Stanford University as a Visiting Assistant Professor conducting research on overloaded MIMO detection, under the supervision of Professor Arogyaswami Paulraj. His life in the UK began in December 2004 when he joined the Department of Engineering, University of Hull, to work as a Lecturer. Since August 2006, he has been with University College London (UCL), first at the Adastral Park Campus in Martlesham Heath and then from July 2009 the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in Bloomsbury, where he has become Chair in Wireless Communications (i.e., Chair Professor) since October 2015.

Professor Wong is Fellow of IEEE and Fellow of IET. He is Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Wireless Communications Letters and the Subject Editor-in-Chief for IET Electronics Letters - Wireless Communications. He also served as Senior Editor for IEEE Communications Letters from 2012-2019, Editor for IEEE ComSoc/KICS Journal of Communications and Networks from 2010-2017, IET Communicationsfrom 2009-2016, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications from 2005-2011 and IEEE Signal Processing Letters from 2009-2012.

His current research interests center around:

  • 5G+, 6G, ...
  • Fluid antenna systems and multiple access using fluid antennas
    1. N. Waqar, K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, A. Sharples, and Y. Zhang, “Deep learning enabled slow fluid antenna multiple access,” IEEE Communications Letters. See link.
    2. K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, Y. Chen, and Y. Zhang, “Fast fluid antenna multiple access enabling massive connectivity,” accepted in IEEE Communications Letters. See link.
    3. J. O. Martínez, J. R. Rodríguez, Y. Shen, K.-F. Tong, K. K. Wong, and A. G. Armada, “Toward liquid reconfigurable antenna arrays for wireless communications,” IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 12, pp. 145-151, December 2022. See link.
    4. K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, Y. Chen, and Y. Zhang, “Extra-large MIMO enabling slow fluid antenna massive access for millimeter-wave bands,” IET Electronics Letters, Vol. 58, No. 25, pp. 1016-1018, December 2022. See link.
    5. A. Shojaeifard, K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, Z. Chu, A. Mourad, A. Haghighat, I. Hemadeh, N. T. Nguyen, V. Tapio, and M. Juntti, “MIMO evolution beyond 5G through reconfigurable intelligent surfaces and fluid antenna systems,” Proceedings of IEEE, Vol. 110, No. 9, pp. 1244-1265, September 2022. See link.
    6. K. K. Wong, and K. F. Tong, “Fluid antenna multiple access,” IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Vol. 21, No. 7, pp. 4801-4815, July 2022. See link.
    7. Z. Chai, K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, Y. Chen, and Y. Zhang, “Port selection for fluid antenna systems,” IEEE Communications Letters, Vol. 26, No. 5, pp. 1180-1184, May 2022. See link.
    8. K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, Y. Chen and Y. Zhang, “Closed-form expressions for spatial correlation parameters for performance analysis of fluid antenna systems,” IET Electronics Letters, Vol. 58, No. 11, pp. 454-457, April 2022. See link.
    9. K. K. Wong, K. F. Tong, Y. Shen, Y. Chen, and Y. Zhang, “Bruce Lee-inspired fluid antenna system: Six research topics and the potentials for 6G,” Frontiers in Communications and Networks, section Wireless Communications, 3:853416, March 2022. doi: 10.3389/frcmn.2022.853416. See link.
    10. K. K. Wong, A. Shojaeifard, K. F. Tong, and Y. Zhang, “Fluid antenna systems,” IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 1950-1962, March 2021. See link.
    11. K. K. Wong, A. Shojaeifard, K. F. Tong, and Y. Zhang, “Performance limits of fluid antenna systems,” IEEE Communications Letters, Vol. 24, No. 11, pp. 2469-2472, November 2020. See link.
    12. C. Borda-Fortuny, L. Cai, K. F. Tong, and K. K. Wong, “Low cost 3D-printed coupling-fed frequency agile fluidic monopole antenna system,” IEEE Access, Vol. 7, pp. 95058-95064, July 2019. See link.
    13. C. B. Fortuny, K. F. Tong, A. Al-Armaghany, and K. K. Wong, “A low-cost fluid switch for frequency-reconfigurable Vivaldi antenna,” IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol. 16, pp. 3151-3154, November 2017. See link.
  • Metasurface signal processing (including RIS) and surface wave communications
  • Multi-agent AI synergising machine learning and game theory
  • Other emerging/traditional topics such as UAV, MIMO, physical-layer security, etc.

This page was last modified 28 July, 2022 by [Kit Wong]

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