Prof. Yingjie Jay Guo is the founding Director of Global Big Data Technologies Centre and Distinguished Professor at University of Technology, Sydney. Jay is an internationally established scientist with over 450 publications and patents. His research interest includes antennas, wireless communications and sensing systems and networks. He is an innovator with strong and sustained industrial impact, and a globally recognised R&D leader with proven track record. Jay is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Engineering (ATSE), a Fellow of IEEE, and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). He is the recipient of Australia Government Engineering Innovation Award (2012), Australia Engineering Excellence Award (2007) and CSIRO Chairman's Medal (2007 & 2012). He was named to one of the most influential engineers in Australia in 2014 and 2015. He joined the College of Experts of the Australian Research Council in 2015.
Jay has over twenty years of international academic, industrial and CSIRO experience. He served as a Reseach Director at CSRO, and successfully directed R&D programs across a number of fields in ICT including 3G network technology development, wireless and networking, broadband applications, robotics, sensor networks and big data technologies. Prior to joining CSIRO in August 2005, Jay held a number of senior positions in the European mobile communications industry including Siemens, NEC and Fujitsu Europe.
Fellow of Australian Academy of Engneeing and Technology (ATSE)
Felllow of IEEE
Fellow of IET
College of Experts of Austraiian Research Council
IoT Advisrory Board, Ausralian Computers Society
International Stering Committee Chair (2009-2010), International Symposium on Antenna and Propagation (ISAP)
Can supervise: YES
Antennas and applied electromagnetics
Wireless communications and 5G
Wireless sensing and IoT
Big data technologies