Chun-Hung Liu, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Chiao Tung University
Hsinchu Taiwan
E-mail: chliu at utexas dot edu

Brief Bio
Dr. Liu is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at National Chiao Tung University. He received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University, an M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX, USA. His research interests include Wireless Communication, Information Theory, Stochastic Geometry and Random Graph, Networked Control and Optimization, and Machine Learning, etc. He was a recipient of the Best Paper Award from IEEE Globecom in 2014 and a recipient of the Excellent Young Scholar Grant Award from the Ministry of Science and Technology of Taiwan in 2015. He is a Senior Member of IEEE.

Research Interests
  • Modeling and Analysis of Heterogeneous and Small Cell (5G) Networks
  • Green Wireless Communication and Networking in 5G Cellular Networks
  • Network Economics
  • Control and Optimization of Networked Systems
  • Big data information processing, computing and decision over networks
  • (Network) Information Theory
Publications

Journal Papers and Book Chapters

Submitted/Accepted/Published:

Working Drafts

  • C.-H. Liu et al., "MmWave Heterogeneous Cellular Networks with Uplink-Downlink Decoupling: Coverage and Throughput Limits".
  • C.-H. Liu, "Optimal Deployment for Heterogeneous Cellular Networks with Load-Aware Coordinated Multi-point Joint Transmission".
  • C.-H. Liu et al., "Stochastic Power Control for Heterogeneous Cellular Networks with Interference Cancellation".
  • C.-H. Liu, "Energy-Aware Traffic Management for Green Heterogeneous Cellular Networks".

Conference Papers

Submitted/Accepted/Published

Working Drafts

  • C.-H. Liu et al., "On the Secrecy Rate Limit of Stochastic Heterogeneous Networks".
  • C.-H. Liu and H.-M. Hu, "Throughput Analysis for Full-Duplex Heterogeneous Networks with Downlink and Uplink Decoupling".

Patents

  • H. H. Asada, C.-H. Liu, E. Cem and K.-Y. Siu, "Source Coding for Interference Reduction", US patent number 7,376,105, issued on May 20, 2008. [pdf]

Networking and Information Decision Laboratory


Current Students at NCTU

Heng-Ming Hu
Ph.D. Candidate (2013)
Research Topic: Full-Duplex Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

Di-Chun Liang
Ph.D. Candidate (2014)
Research Topic: Physical-Layer Security in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

Jie-Ru Yang
M.S. Student (2016)
Research Topic: Secure Communication in mmWave Heterogeneous Networks

Chi-Sheng Hsu
M.S. Student (2016)
Research Topic: Green Communications in Heterogeneous Networks

Hank Shen
M.S. Student (2016)
Research Topic: Green Communications in Heterogeneous Networks

Jia-Wei Lin
M.S. Student (2017)
Research Topic: TBD

Lab Alumni

Yi-Chen Tsai
B.S. Engineering, NCKU, Jun. 2013
M.S. in EE, Stanford University, Mar. 2015

Jui-Hsun Peng
M.S. in Engineering, NCKU, Jun. 2014
M.S. Thesis: Distributed Scheduling and Power Control in Large-Scale Ad Hoc Networks

Chin-Ting Kuo
M.S. in ECE, NCTU, Oct. 2015
M.S. Thesis: Green Kalman Filtering with Opportunistically Scheduled Observations



Hung-Chen Tsai
M.S. in ECE, NCTU, May 2016
M.S. Thesis: Coexisting Performance Analysis for Multi-RAT Ultra-Dense Heterogeneous Networks

Kai-Chieh Chang
M.S. in ECE, Oct. 2016
M.S. Thesis: Full-Duplex Heterogeneous Cellular Networks: Ergodic Rate Analysis with Practical Limitations

Jin-Zhou Wu
M.S. in ECE, Jan. 2017
M.S. Thesis: Stochastic Power Control for Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

Jie Chen
M.S. in ECE , Jun. 2017
M.S. Thesis: Fundamentals of User Association, Coverage and Throughput in mmWave Heterogeneous Networks

Po-Chia Chen
M.S. Student, Jun. 2017
M.S. Thesis: Load-Aware Coordinated Multi-point Transmission in Heterogeneous Networks

Kai-Hsiang Ho
M.S. in ECE (expected, Dec. 2017)
M.S. Thesis: Kalman Filtering over MIMO Fading Channels