Yuanwei Liu is an Associate Professor with the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London. His research interests are NOMA, RIS, Integrated sensing and communications, and machine learning. He received several research awards, including Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher 2021 and 2022, the 2020 IEEE ComSoc Outstanding Young Researcher Award for EMEA, the 2020 Early Achievement Award of the IEEE ComSoc Signal Processing and Computing for Communications (SPCC) Technical Committee, the 2020 Early Achievement Award of IEEE Communication Theory Technical Committee, the 2021 IEEE ComSoc Best Young Professional Outstanding Nominee, 2022 International Union of Radio Science Young Scientist Award, the co-recipient of the Best Student Paper Award in IEEE VTC2022-Fall, the Best Paper Award in ISWCS 2022 and IEEE SPCC Best Paper Award. Yuanwei Liu received several research recognization, including listing among the World's Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University from 2020 to 2022, 2022 AI 2000 Most Influential Scholar Honorable Mention in Internet of Things. Yuanwei Liu is an IEEE Communication Society Distinguished Lecturer and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Distinguished Lecturer, the academic Chair for the Next Generation Multiple Access Emerging Technology Initiative, vice chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Cognitive Networks (TCCN). He serves as a Senior Editor of IEEE Communications Letters, an Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and the IEEE Transactions on Communications.
He serves as the Guest Editor for IEEE JSAC on Next Generation Multiple Access, IEEE JSTSP on Signal Processing Advances for Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access, IEEE Network on Next Generation Multiple Access for 6G. He has served as the Publicity Co-Chair for VTC 2019-Fall, Symposium Co-Chair for Cognitive Radio & AI-Enabled Networks for IEEE GLOBECOM 2022 and Communication Theory for IEEE GLOBECOM 2023. He serves as the chair of Special Interest Group (SIG) in SPCC Technical Committee on signal processing Techniques for next generation multiple access, the vice-chair of SIG WTC on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces for Smart Radio Environments.
- STAR: Simultaneous Transmission And Reflection for 360◦ Coverage by Intelligent Surfaces
- Evolution of NOMA Toward Next Generation Multiple Access
- Integrated Sensing and Communication: A Multiple Access Perspective
- Semantic Communications in Multi-user Wireless Networks
- Integrated Sensing and Communications: A Mutual Information-Based Framework