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Yong Jin Daniel Kim

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. Yong Jin Daniel Kim’s interests include digital communications, information theory, channel and source coding and signal processing. He teaches a variety of courses covering wireless systems, discrete-time signals and systems, communication Systems, continuous-time signals and systems, and circuits and systems.

Teaching Interests

  • Digital communications
  • Information theory
  • Channel and source coding
  • Signal processing

Research Experiences

  • Characterize capacity limits of multi-terminal networks with interference
  • Finding efficient mappings between information and signals in noisy communication channels
  • Design near-capacity coding systems
  • Develop a wireless communication network testbed using software-defined radio

Select Publications & Presentations

  • Kim, Y. J. D., Bajcsy, J. and Vargas, D., “Faster-than-Nyquist Broadcasting in Gaussian Channels: Achievable Rate Regions and Coding,” IEEE Transactions on Communications, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Vol. 64, 1,016-1,030, 2016
  • Vargas, D., Kim, Y. J. D., Bajcsy, J., Gómez-Barquero, D. and Cardona, N., “A MIMO-Channel-Precoding Scheme for Next Generation Terrestrial Broadcast TV Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Vol. 61, 445-456, 2015
  • Kim, Y. J. D., “Properties of Faster-than-Nyquist Channel Matrices and Folded-Spectrum, and Their Applications,” Proceedings of IEEE Wireless Conference and Networking Conference, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Doha, Qatar, 1,982-1,988, 2016
  • Kim, Y. J. D. and Bajcsy, J., “Information Rates of Cyclostationary Faster-than-Nyquist Signaling,” Proceedings of Canadian Workshop on Information Theory, Kelowna, British Columbia, 1-4, 2011

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, McGill University (Montreal, Canada), 2013
  • MS, McGill University (Montreal, Canada), 2007
  • BA, Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada), 2005