Kon Max Wong
BSc (Eng) PhD DSc (Eng) (Lond) DIC (Imperial College) PEng CEng CPhys LifeFIEEE FIEE FInstP FSS FCAE FRSC
Canada Research Chair Professor of Signal Processing
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Leader, Advanced Signal Processing for Communications
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA L8S 4K1
Tel: 905 525 9140 ext 24098
905 521 2922
BSc (Eng) in electrical engineering, University of London, England.
DIC in signal processing, Imperial College, University of London, England.
in signal processing, University
of London, England.
DSc (Eng) in signal processing, University of London, England.
MEMBERSHIPS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES AND PROFESSIONAL BODIES:
FIEE Fellow, Institution of Electrical Engineers, UK
FInstP Fellow, Institute of Physics, UK
FSS Fellow, Royal Society of Statistics, UK
LifeFIEEE Life Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
FCAE Fellow, Canadian Academy of Engineering
FRSC Fellow, Royal Society of Canada
CEng Chartered Engineer, UK
PEng Professional Engineer, Canada
CPhy Chartered Physicist, UK
For more information on my background, please click here.
I have taught a variety of courses within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering including Circuit Analysis and Design, Signal and Systems, Probability and Random Processes, Digital Signal Processing, Communication Systems, and Digital Communications at the undergraduate level, and Stochastic Processes, Digital Signal Processing, Signal Space Theory, Detection and Estimation Theory, Information Theory at the graduate level. For the year 2013 − 2014, I will be giving the undergraduate courses EE4TK4 Digital Communications in Term I and EE3TR4 Communication Systems in Term II. For graduate course, I will be giving ECE763 Signal Space Theory (course notes, Assignment1 and Assignment2) in Term I.
My research interests are in the areas
of signal processing and communications. For further details of research
projects, please click here.
VISITING RESEARCH FELLOW:
My main research funds come
from Canadian government agencies and Canadian industries. Current research
funding sources include:
NSERC, CFI, CITO, DREO, DREV, Mitel,
Ontario Hydro, and various other governmental agencies and industrial partners
PUBLICATIONS / LECTURES / PATENTS / THESES:
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hobbies, please click here.