Shenghua Zhou was born in Shandong Province, P.R. China. He obtained his Bachelor Degree in Electronic Engineering, and Ph.D. Degree in Signal and Information Processing from Xidian University, Xi'an, China, in 2005 and 2011, respectively. In 2011, he joined National Laboratory of Radar Signal Processing at Xidian University on Signal and Information Processing and was elected as association professor and graduate tutor at Xidian University. In the graduate period with his tutor Prof. Hongwei Liu, he first studied radar target high range resolution profile (HRRP) simulation for wideband linear frequency modulation (LFM) radar and the micro-Doppler effect of narrowband radar targets with rotating components. Since 2007, he joined the MIMO radar research team and study from different aspects until now, including colocated MIMO radar waveform optimization and signal processing, spatial-frequency jointly diversity of radar targets, distributed target track initiation, game theory in distributed radar, time-frequency-power optimization, and distributed detection. He has published more than forty papers and applied more than 30 patents. He is an IEEE senior member and a CIE senior member.
Technical Areas of Interest:
Radar Systems; Target Tracking; MIMO Radar