International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control publishes timely research articles, full-length/ mini reviews and communications on these three strongly related areas, with emphasis on networked control systems whose sensors are interconnected via wireless communication networks.
The emergence of high speed wireless network technologies allows a cluster of devices to be linked together economically to form a distributed system. Wireless communication is playing an increasingly important role in such distributed systems. Transmitting sensor measurements and control commands over wireless links allows rapid deployment, flexible installation, fully mobile operation and prevents the cable wear and tear problem in industrial automation, healthcare and environmental assessment. Wireless networked systems has raised and continues to raise fundamental challenges in the fields of science, engineering and industrial applications, hence, more new modelling techniques, problem formulations and solutions are required.
Yeon Ho Chung Dept. of Information and Communications Engineering Pukyong National University Busan (Korea) Biography
Biography of Yeon Ho Chung
YEON HO CHUNG (email@example.com) is a Professor of the Department of
Information and Communications Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan,
Korea. He obtained an MSc. from Imperial College London, U.K., in 1992 and a
Ph.D. from the University of Liverpool, U.K. in 1996. He was a visiting professor at
Pennsylvania State University, U.S. and also at Chiba University, Japan. He received
the Top 2014 Paper Award from Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications
Technologies, Wiley, and also received the Busan Science and Technology Award for
outstanding research achievements in 2020. He was a keynote speaker for
international conferences, such as 11 th IFIP WMNC and 12 th CSNDSP. He is an
associate Editor of IEEE Access and a senior member of IEEE. His research
interests are visible light communications, UAV wireless communications and
ultraviolet scattering communications.