Past and Current Project Grants
The research is primarily funded by the following grants.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI), “Big Data Aware High Capacity Wireless Network Architecture Using Caching and Machine Learning” UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI), British Council, Collaboration with Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India, £47K, April 2017-March 2020.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI) and J. Thompson, "A Unified Multiple Access Framework for Next Generation Mobile Networks By Removing Orthogonality (MANGO)," collaboration with Heriot-Watt and Lancaster Universities, EPSRC-EP/P009549/1, (£392K FEC to UoE), May 2017 - April 2020.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI) and J. Thompson, "MIMO Wireless Networks: A Promising Rate Splitting Transceiver Architecture", EPSRC - EP/N014073/1, 288,114.00 GBP, April 2016-March 2019.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI) and J. Thompson, "Massive MIMO for Future Wireless Communication", EPSRC - EP/L025299/1, 250,495.00 GBP, March 2015-Feb. 2018.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI, Project Coordinator), Advanced Dynamic spectrum 5G mobile networks Employing Licensed shared access (ADEL), EU-FP7 (call 11); Partners: University of Edinburgh (UK), Thales Communications & Security SAS (France), EURECOM (France), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), Intel Mobile Communications (France), Darmstadt University of Technology (Germany), Portugal Telecom Inovacao SA (Portugal), Athens Information of Technology (Greece); ADEL-619647, EU contribution 2.6 M Euros [Euros 531K to UEDIN], Dec. 2013-Nov. 2016, see http://www.fp7-adel.eu/.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI) and J. Thompson, “How to reliably count the number of co-channel signals in the presence of spatially correlated noise,” EPSRC IAA Phase II Project Number - EPSRC PII009, £40,049, Mar.-Dec. 2016, with Roke Manor Research Ltd
- T. Ratnarajah (PI, Project Coordinator), High capacity network Architecture with Remote radio heads & Parasitic antenna arrays (HARP), EU-FP7 (call 8); Partners: University of Edinburgh (UK), Athens Information Technology (Greece), EURECOM (France), Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (UK), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway), Technical University of Denmark (Denmark), MTI Radiocomp (Denmark), Alcatel Lucent (France), Orange Labs - France Telecom R&D (France); EU contribution 3.2 M Euros [Euros 500K to UEDIN], Nov. 2012-Oct. 2015, see http://www.fp7-harp.eu/.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI, Project Coordinator), enHanced Interference Alignment Techniques for Unprecedented Spectral Efficiency (HIATUS), EU-FP7 - FET-open scheme; Partners: University of Edinburgh (UK), Athens Information Technology (Greece), KTH (Sweden), Ericsson Research (Sweden), Supelec (France), University Pompeu Fabra (Spain), Vienna University of Technology (Austria); HIATUS- 265578, EU contribution 2.7 M Euros [Euros 476K to UEDIN], March 2011-Feb. 2014, see http://www.fp7-hiatus.eu/.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI), C.F.N. Cowan and M. Sellathurai, "A Systematic Study of Physical Layer Network Coding: From Information-theoretic Understanding to Practical DSP Algorithm Design", EPSRC - EP/I037156/1, 235,459.00 pounds sterling, June 2012-May 2015.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI), "Rural and Remote Ubiquitous Broadband Wireless Access", UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI), British Council, 40,000.00 pounds sterling, Aug. 2012 - Dec 2015, Collaboration with IIT Kharagpur, India.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI, Project Coordinator) "Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks (CROWN)", EU-FP7 - FET-open scheme; Partners: QUB (UK), QinetiQ (UK), Intel Mobile Communications (France), EURECOM (France), Darmstadt University of Technology (Germany) and Athens Information of Technology (Greece); CROWN-233843, EU contribution 2.3 M Euros [Euros 488K to QUB], May 2009-April 2012, see http://www.fp7-crown.eu/.
- C.F.N. Cowan, T. Ratnarajah, (Co-I), L. G. Barbero and M. Sellathurai, "Bridging the gap between design and implementation of soft-detectors for Turbo-MIMO wireless systems", EPSRC - EP/G026092/1, 342,562.00 pounds sterling, Dec. 2008-May 2012.
- M. Sellathurai, T. Ratnarajah (Co-I) and D. C. Wilcox, "Signal Processing Techniques to Reduce the Clutter Competition in Forward Looking Radar", EPSRC EP/H012257/1, 110,864 pounds sterling, Jan. 2010-Oct. 2011, (DSTL-EPSRC Signal Processing).
- C. F. N. Cowan and T. Ratnarajah (Co-I), "Building links with India: "Cognitive wireless systems for universal access", EPSRC - EP/G033528/1, 125,167.00 pounds sterling, Nov. 2008-May 2011, see http://www.interact-uki-cwsua.org/.
- C. F. N. Cowan and T. Ratnarajah (Co-I), "Complex random matrices and MIMO channel capacities", EPSRC - EP/C004132/1, 211,748.00 pounds sterling, Jun. 2005-Nov. 2008.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI) and S. Puthusserypady (National University of Singapore), "Design and implementation of robust signal algorithms for functional magnetic resonance imaging data analysis", Prime Minister's Initiative for International Education 2 (PMI2) - PMI2 is funded by the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) and managed by the British Council - RC73, 32,000 pounds sterling, May 2008 - March 2011, Collaboration with National University of Singapore.
- T. Ratnarajah (PI) and S. Prakriya (IIT Delhi, India), "Signal Processing and Information Theoretic study of Cognitive Radio Networks", UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI), British Council, 50,000.00 pounds sterling, Jan. 2009 - March 2012, Collaboration with IIT Delhi, India.