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CIE: Wu Huijuan

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name : Wu Huijuan Sex: Female phone: 13699010975
email: office-address: KB211
PH.D  Supervisor: No Master Supervisor: Yes
major: 081000信息与通信工程
Information and Communication Engineering
research interst: 04光纤传感与通信(Optical Fiber Sensing and Communication)
Biography: Huijuan Wu, was born in Henan province, China, in 1980. She received the B. Eng. and Ph. D. degrees in Opto-electronic Engineering from Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, in 2003 and 2009, respectively. During 2007-2008, she studied at Department of Engineering Science in Oxford University as a joint training doctoral student. She joined the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in 2009, as an associate professor and then an associate professor now. Her research interests include sensing signal extraction and processing, and optical fiber sensing systems. Dr. Wu is a member of IEEE and OSA.
Education experience: 2003.9- 2009.6: School of Opto-electronic Engineering, Chongqing University, D.E. ;
2007.11-2008.10: Department of Engineering, Oxford University, Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) PhD Research Program;
1999.9-2003.6: School of Opto-electronic Engineering, Chongqing University, B.E. ;
Selected Publications: [1] David Atubga, Huijuan Wu, et al. A Comparative Study of Lossy and Lossless Data Compression in Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing Systems, Optical Engineering, in revision.
[2] Huijuan Wu, et al. Multi-point disturbance detection and high-precision positioning of polarization sensitive optical time domain reflectometry (P-OTDR), Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2016, 34(23), 5371-5377.
[3] Huijuan Wu, et al. Separation and Determination of the Disturbing Signals in Phase-Sensitive Optical Time Domain Reflectometry (Φ-OTDR), Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2015, 33(15), 3156-3162.
[4] Huijuan Wu, et al. Intelligent detection and identification in fiber-optical perimeter intrusion monitoring system based on the FBG sensor network. Photonic Sensors, 2015, 5(4): 365-375.
[5]Huijuan Wu, et al. Real intrusion detection for distributed fiber fence in practical strong fluctuated noisy backgrounds. Sensor Letters, 2012, 10(7): 1557-1561.
[6]Huijuan Wu, et al. A novel FBG-based security fence enabling to detect extremely weak intrusion signals from nonequivalent sensor nodes. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 2011, A167(2): 548-555.