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					                                              QI LING
                  2218 Engineering Building, East Lansing, MI 48824  (517) 432-6215
        Cell phone: (517) 410-8161, Email: lingqi@egr.msu.edu, URL: http://www.msu.edu/~lingqi

                                               OBJECTIVE
To obtain a challenging full-time R&D position in electrical engineering, specializing in the design of wireless
communication systems.

                                              EDUCATION
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Dec. 7, 2007
Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.
    Dissertation: Secure Communication System Design for Wireless Networks
    GPA: 3.96/4.0
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Dec. 8, 2006
Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.
    GPA: 3.96/4.0
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Jul. 2, 2003
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Hefei, Anhui, China
    GPA: 3.94/4.0; Rank: top 1 out of 148; Graduated with honors

                                     EXPERTISE AND SKILLS
    Wireless Communications: in-depth understanding of multiple access techniques (CDMA/OFDMA)
     and channel estimation/equalization algorithms, knowledge of WCDMA, WiFi, WiMAX, Bluetooth,
     SIP, RSVP, TCP/IP.
    Information Theory and Coding Theory: in-depth understanding of Turbo codes, Reed-Solomon codes,
     convolutional codes, LDPC codes, space-time codes.
    Network Security and Cryptography: thorough knowledge of WEP, EAP, AES, DES, RSA, MD5,
     SHA-1, ECC.
    Programming Skills: proficient in C, MATLAB, C++, HTML, LaTeX; familiar with Assembly
     language (DSP, Microprocessors), Perl, J2ME, VHDL, PSpice, OPNET, MAX+PLUS II.

                                 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant, Aug. 2003 - Present
Broadband Access Wireless Communications Lab, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824

Spectrally efficient anti-jamming air interface design:
    Proposed a message-driven frequency hopping scheme by embedding part of the information stream
     into carrier frequency selection, leading to a multiple-fold increase in spectral efficiency.
    Accomplished an efficient secure communication interface design, with the OFDM framework to make
     full use of the radio spectrum and an AES-based subcarrier assignment algorithm to ensure collision-free

Bandwidth efficiency increase through blind channel estimation and signal detection:
   Designed a structured transmit delay scheme to enable independent information transmission at different
    antennas, resulting in drastically increased efficiency compared to space-time block coding.
   Developed a SOS-based blind channel estimation algorithm and signal detection approach to allow
    higher data rate transmission for MIMO systems without any pilot-aid.

PHY-layer security enhancement for DS-CDMA systems:
  Analyzed security weaknesses for IS-95 systems and innovated the AES-based secure scrambling,
   providing significantly improved information privacy with very limited complexity burden.
  Exploited the time diversity of chip-level interleaving to improve the robustness of CDMA systems in
   adverse environments and enhanced built-in security through the AES-based secure block interleaving.

R&D Engineer (Internship), Nov. 2006 - Apr. 2007
MediaBalance Inc., Wireless Embedded Behavior Mod., East Lansing, MI 48823

Adult Weight Loss project: participated in the development of a Bluetooth-based portable product used to
measure the amount of daily exercise aimed towards supporting behavior modification:
   Fulfilled reading and writing functionalities using C programming for data EEPROM memory of
    dsPIC30F3012 microcontroller.
   Designed a bandpass filter with the Direct Form II transposed structure for data stream collected by
    ADXL accelerator to remove out-of-band noise.
   Developed a mobile Java application using J2ME to communicate with the Bluegiga chip on the board
     through UART interfaces of dsPIC30F3012 over wireless links.

WATCH project: acted as a team leader responsible for refinement of a wireless embedded system with
LCD to realize instantaneous and consistent information exchange between clients and server:
  Analyzed problems, synthesized solutions, allocated tasks, documented software development process.
  Achieved customized UART interfaces and functions for parsing the incoming commands to
   communicate with the Bluegiga device controlled by dsPIC30F3014.
  Created a real-time timer, an animation and the company logo, and displayed them on the LCD along
   with the operation update.

Research Assistant, Jan. 2000 - Jun. 2003
Communication and Electronic System Lab, Univ. of Sci. & Tech. of China, Hefei, Anhui, China
   Designed an instructional software of digital image processing with friendly UI using Microsoft Visual
    C++ 6.0, including most of classic algorithms in image processing.
   Developed an instant messenger (a text-based chat system) used in LAN through Microsoft Visual C++
    6.0. Functions like user management, message forwarding and document transfer were realized.
   Took charge of the project supported by Microsoft Research Asia, Image Inpainting Based On Level
    Lines, as a team leader. Three inpainting algorithms based on level lines were developed to efficiently
    restore damaged texture of images and later extended to image compression.

Software Engineer, Jul. 2002 - Jun. 2003
Anhui Crearo Technology Co., Ltd., Hefei, Anhui, China
    Member of the Adaptive Noise Cancellation project, responsible for checking the feasibility of the
     fixed-point and float-point LMS algorithms in software, and implementing the LMS-based adaptive
     algorithm into TI TMS320VC5410 DSP. The device was designed to generate synthetic sound to cancel
     the environmental noise in real-time.
    Built a server with friendly UI for the Network Video Surveillance System project. Three DLL filters
     were constructed using Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 to display MPEG4 real-time video with DirectShow.

Pending Patents
   "Source-aware non-uniform transmission for minimum distortion in communication systems", filed on
    06/07/2006, with Dr. Tongtong Li and Dr. Huahui Wang.
   "Physical layer built-in security enhancement and analysis of CDMA systems", filed on 03/14/06, with
    Dr. Tongtong Li, Dr. Jian Ren and Dr. Weiguo Liang.
   "Methods and apparatus for determining the central aortic pressure waveform", filed on 03/02/06, with
    Dr. Ramakrishna Mukkamala, Mr. Gokul Swamy and Dr. Tongtong Li.

Technical Reports and Presentations
   "Secure Communication System Design for Wireless Networks", Ph.D. dissertation, MSU, East Lansing,
    MI, Nov. 27, 2007.
   "A Spectrally Efficient Frequency Hopping Scheme", presented at the 41st Conf. Inform. Sci. Syst.
    (CISS), Baltimore, MD, Mar. 14, 2007.
   "Blind Channel Estimation for MIMO Systems with Structured Transmit Delay Diversity", presented at
    the IEEE 2005 Globecom conference, St. Louis, MO, Nov. 29, 2005.
   "Physical Layer Built-in Security Enhancement of Wireless Systems Using Secure Block Interleaving",
    presented at the third MSU CyberSecurity Workshop, MSU, East Lansing, MI, Nov. 20, 2004.
   "Physical Layer Built-in Security Analysis and Enhancement of CDMA Systems", presented at the
    second MSU CyberSecurity Workshop, MSU, East Lansing, MI, Nov. 15, 2003.

                                  SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
    Qi Ling and Tongtong Li, "Blind Channel Estimation for MIMO Systems with Structured Transmit
     Delay Scheme", IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, accepted for publication.
    Qi Ling and Tongtong Li, "Message-Driven Frequency Hopping - Design and Analysis", submitted to
     IEEE Transaction on Wireless Communications.
    Tongtong Li, Qi Ling and Jian Ren, "Physical Layer Built-in Security Analysis and Enhancement of
     CDMA Systems", EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, vol. 2007, 7 pages.
    Tongtong Li, Qi Ling and Zhi Ding, "Transmit Delay Structure Design for Blind Channel Estimation
     over Multipath Channels", EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, vol. 2007.
Please refer to http://www.msu.edu/~lingqi/publications.htm for more information

                                    AWARDS AND HONORS
Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Summer Graduate Fellowship, Klomparens Fellowship, Excellent
Undergraduate of Anhui Province, Outstanding Graduate Scholarship, Guo Moruo Scholarship, Dean of
Microsoft Research Scholarship, Hua Wei Scholarship.

				
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