Zhenhui Yuan (袁振珲), Ph.D., MIEEE
Associate Editor, IEEE ACCESS (IF:4.098)
Associate Editor, IEEE Trans. on Consumer Electronics (IF:2.083)
Assistant Professor, Maynooth University, Ireland
#Computer Network #5G #UAV

About Me

Dr Zhenhui Yuan received his B.degree (Software Engineering) at Wuhan University, China, in 2008 and PhD (EE) at Dublin City University, Ireland, in 2012. His research focuses on computer networks for vehiculars. He was the postdoc researcher (2012-2014) funded by Ericsson and Enterprise Ireland. He was the visiting scholar (2014) at Network Research Lab (led by Prof. Mario Gerla), UCLA, U.S. He was 3GPP delegate on 5G (2014-2015) at Huawei (Shanghai) Technologies.Co.Ltd. During 2015-2019, he was the Associate Professor at Key Lab of RF Circuits and Systems (Ministry of Education), Hangzhou Dianzi Univeristy. He was the co-founder of RobSense (Hangzhou) Technology Co.Ltd , a start up that designs UAV solutions for industrial IoT. RobSense has received over 10million RMB from venture capitals since 2015. From 2019 he joined Maynooth University (Ireland) as the Assistant Professor. He won the best paper awards at IEEE ICCRE 2016 and IEEE BMSB 2014. He is the Accocite Editor at IEEE ACCESS and IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics.


  • "Communications Subsystems Design for Drone Swarm", Qianjiang Talented Programme (#QJD1602018), P.R.China, Jan 2017-Dec 2019 (50,000 RMB), PI.
  • "Software Defined Routing for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Swarm", NSFC (#61601159), P.R.China, Jan 2017-Dec 2019 (260,000 RMB), PI.
  • "Drone, Car, Cabinet: Smart 'Last-mile' Delivery", Electronic Science and Technology — Zhejiang Open Foundation of the Most Important Subjects, Oct 2015 - Oct 2016 (50,000 RMB), PI.
  • "Key Research on Drone-based IoT Services", Hangzhou Dianzi University Start-up Research Grant, Sept 2015 - Sept 2018 (80,000 RMB), PI.
  • "Augmented Reality Video Streaming Service: Protocol and Prototype", Dublin City University Performance Enhancing Initiatives, Nov. 2013-Oct. 2014 (2,500 euro),PI.
  • "E-Stream: Innovative Performance Management System for Heterogeneous Network Environments", Ericsson-Enterprise Ireland Innovation Partnership Project, Oct. 2012-Oct.2014, (400,000 euro), Package Leader.



Hope to share my new book here some days...