Cheng Li

Professor, Ph.D., P.Eng., SMIEEE,
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Memorial University of Newfoundland

B.Eng., M.Eng. - Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), Ph.D. - Memorial University of Newfoundland

Research | Teaching | Publication | Professional Activities | Students | Pictures | Cadence Tools



Research Areas
1. Wireless Sensor/Mesh Networks Architecture and Protocols
2. Multicasting in Wireless Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks
3. Software Defined Radio for Wireless Communications
4. Broadband Switching and Routing
5. Analytical Performance Evaluation for Switching Systems
6. Pulse Shape Design for Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Networks
Teaching
1. Introduction to Programming(Engr.1020)

2. Structured Programming (Engr.2420)

3. Microprocessors (Engr.4862)

4. Digital Systems (Engr.5865)

5. LSI Design (Engr.8863)

6. Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Project (Part I, Engr. 7800)

7. Advanced Digital Systems (Engr.9865)

8. ASIC Design (ENGR-9868)

9. Advanced Data Networks(ENGR-9876)

10. MASCE Design Project (ENGR-980A/B)

11. Advanced Data Networks Guest Lecture (Engr.9876)

12. Computer Engineering Fundamentals (ENGI-9859): Digital Logic Module

Publications
My papers (pdf version of the paper will be available soon)
Professional Activities
My Technical Activities
Student Supervision
My Students
Hot Links
Links of interest.

More about me
My experience, interests, ....

My Baby Photos
Proud dad and cute little Sarah.

Photos
Pictures with ECE2004 class and St. John's scene.

Cadence CAD Tools
Cadence Memorial Website


[Centre for Digital Hardware Applications Research -- CDHAR]
[Computer Engineering Research Laboratories -- CERL]
[Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science]
[Memorial University of Newfoundland]

Office: EN-4012
Lab: EN-4029
Phone: (709) 864-8972
E-mail: licheng AT mun DOT ca


Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
S.J. Carew Building
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
A1B 3X5

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