Weisi Guo (alumni)
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Position:PhD Approved
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Overview and Interests

Weisi Guo joined the University of Cambridge in 2001 as an undergraduate in Engineering.  He continued to do his masters degree in computer vision for robotics, before joining Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile International in 2005 as a 2/3G Engineer in the Air Interface. 

In 2007, Weisi returned to Cambridge to start a PhD in cooperative wireless communications.  Cooperation between users to exploit spatial diversity to combat channel fading was considered.  This has applications in both new standards for mobile and fixed wireless communications, as well as sensor networks.  He completed his PhD in 2010 and joined Swansea University to carry out joint industrial and academic research on energy efficient mobile networks.  Funded by Mobile VCE and EPSRC, the Green Radio project investigates how current and future mobile networks can reduce power consumption, whilst improving the quality of service. 

Weisi is also a winner of the EPSRC Young Millennium Scientist of the year.


[Academic Research]

Cooperative Communication: How to characterize and optimize the performance of multiple cooperative users, using feasible channel codes and modulation schemes.  Methods of optimization include partner selection in the presence of cooperation cost, user behaviour in evolutionary game theory, and adaptive power allocation.  Comparison is drawn between this work and those that assume idealized Gaussian inputs.

Green Radio: How to use novel resource management and cell deployment strategies to minimize the total energy consumption of a cellular network. 

[Industry Experience]

Weisi is experienced in 2G/3G/HSDPA's Terminal & Air Interface.  He was technical accountable (TA) for 2G Automated Validation, 2G European Roaming, and all SIM Card development and integration at T-Mobile International.  He was also Technical Accountable for Nokia & T-Mobile UK's terminal validation relationship.

[Charity Work]

Weisi is extensively active in the philothanthropy field.  In 2010, he ran the Sahara Marathon in Algeria for Saharawi Refugees and in 2008, he ran the London Marathon for St.Johns Ambulance Services.  Furthermore, he is involved in Crisis Commons to assist natural disaster relief through the use of technology, as well as involved a PLAN International project, which tackles child poverty in remote regions of Pakistan.  Weisi is also active with Amnesty International, which raises awareness of exploitation.  In 2007, he setup his own research network to rethink the fundamental challenges to reducing global poverty, and hope to use 21st century methods to make the world a better place for all.


Weisi is also active in sports, having been part of the Tennis, Badminton and Archery teams for University of Cambridge.  He also practices Tae Kwon Do, Kung-Fu and enjoys Mountain Climbing, having solo climbed 2 of the highest sub-continent mountains.

[Sideline Research]

Modelling human behaviour human society on a global level with the aim of finding a sustainable way of reducing poverty on a global and lasting scale.  This is an inter-disciplinary pursuit involving:  Mathematics, Philosophy, Anthropology, Geography and Computer Science.  The requirement is a motivation to make a large and positive impact on the poorer half of humanity, but to do so on a very imaginative and intelligent way. 


Publications - Show all

1. W Guo, I J Wassell, "Capacity-Outage-Tradeoff (COT) for Cooperative Networks," IEEE Journal on Selected Areas of Communications (JSAC), vol. 30, no. 9, pp. 1641-1648, Oct 2012

2. Weisi Guo, Ian Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Evolution Game Theoretic Optimization of Realistic Cooperative Networks using Power Control with Imperfect Feedback," IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2011), Kyoto, Japan, Jun 2011

3. Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Weisi Guo, Ian Wassell, Roland Carrasco, "Exact and Asymptotic Outage Probability Analysis for Decode-and-Forward Networks," IEEE Transactions on Communications, pp. 376-381, Feb 2011

4. Weisi Guo, Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Survey and Analysis of Power Control for Cooperative Networks," IEEE 7th International Symposium on Communication Systems, Networks and Digital Signal Processing (CSNDSP), Newcastle, UK, Jul 2010

5. Weisi Guo, Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Power Control for Turbo Coded Symmetrical Collaborative Networks," IEEE 11th International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC), Marrakech, Morocco, Jun 2010

6. Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Weisi Guo, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Error probability analysis of unselfish cooperation over quasi-static fading channels," IEEE 71st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC 2010-Spring), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2010

7. Weisi Guo, Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Partner selection and power control for asymmetrical collaborative networks," IEEE 71st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC 2010-Spring), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2010

8. Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Weisi Guo, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Packet error probability for decode-and-forward cooperative networks of selfish users," 10th International Symposium on Communication Theory and Applications (ISCTA), Ambleside, UK, Jul 2009

9. Weisi Guo, Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco,, "Performance analysis and adaptive power control for block coded collaborative networks," 5th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), Leipzig, Germany, Jun 2009

10. Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Weisi Guo, Ian J. Wassell, Rolando Carrasco, "Comparison of Cooperative Schemes using Joint Channel Coding and High-order Modulation," 3rd International Symposium on Communications, Control and Signal Processing (ISCCSP'08), St Julians, Malta, Mar 2008