David Grace MEng, DPhil (York), Senior MIEEE, MIET
Professor (Research), Head of Communications Technologies Research Group
Director of Centre for High Altitude Platform Communications
Research Lead Communications, Institute for Safe Autonomy
Dept of Electronic Engineering,
University of York
Heslington, York YO10 5DD
Tel: +44 (0)1904 32 2396
Fax: +44 (0)1904 32 2335
Web Pages: Communications Technologies Research Group
Communications from High Altitude Platforms and other forms of aerial platform.
Wireless communications for Connected Autonomous Networks
Artificial intelligence applied to wireless networks.
Radio resource management in general including, dynamic spectrum sharing and coexistence, application of economics to spectrum assignment, and distributed dynamic channel assignment, including specialist knowledge of wireless ad hoc networks.
Wireless communications system level design, interference studies and mitigation techniques for mixed wireless systems, incorporating current and future wireless standards.
David Grace (Editor) and Honggang Zhang (Editor)
John Wiley and Sons
Hardcover 512 pages
David Grace and Mihael Mohorcic
John Wiley and Sons
Hardcover 398 pages
Outside Positions of Responsibility
Chair of WUN Cognitive Communications Consortium 2008 - 2013
Member of IEEE Comsoc Technical Advisory Council 2013/14
Former Chair of COST 297 - HAPCOS WG1 'Radio Communications'
MATLAB, OPNET modelling, C, Maple, UNIX system administration.
1999: DPhil on Distributed Dynamic Channel Assignment for the Wireless Environment, University of York.
1989 - 1993: MEng Electronic Systems Engineering, University of York. First Class Honours, sponsored by BT.
Oct 2011 - present: Guest Professor Zhejiang University, China
Oct 2009 - present: Professor (Research), formerly known as Senior Research Fellow (Senior Staff Grade), University of York
Oct 2004 - Sept 2009: Senior Research Fellow, University of York
June 1999 - Sept 2004: Research Fellow, University of York
1994 - June 1999: Research Assistant, University of York
1989 - 1993: Placements with BT, including 6 months at BT Labs.
2001 - 2009: Director of SkyLARC Technologies Ltd.