The University of Southampton

Yichuan Li

Postgraduate research student

Yichuan Li received B.Sc. degree in Optics Information Science and Technology from China University of Petroleum (East China), Qingdao, China, in 2012, and M.Sc. degree in wireless communications from the University of Southampton, Southampton, UK., in 2014
Currently, He is working toward the Ph.D. degree with the University of Southampton.  
His research is focused on the the radio over fiber for backhaull, front-haul and indoor communication network.
His research interests are millimeter wave over fiber, opticalfiber aided analogue beamforming technique and mode division multiplexing in multimode fiber (both glass multimode fiber and plastic optical fiber).

  • Experience as demonstrator in computing lab:

ELEC6238 for approximately 50 MSc (09.2015-10.2015)

PHYS6017 for approximately 100 UG (01.2016-05.2016)

PHYS2022 for approximately 100 UG (10.2016-12.2016)

Training for mentor:

ITSPG1 (20.JUL.2015)

For further information, please check my linkedin profile:

Yichuan LI(Linkedin)


Research interests

C-Ran, Fronthaul, Backhaul, Millimeter-Wave, MIMO, Plastic Optical Fiber,  AnalogueBeamforming, Multimode Fiber, Mode Division Multiplexing, Radio Over Fiber



BSc in Optics Information Science and Technology, China University of Petroleum, China, 2012.

MSc (Distinction) in Wireless Communications, University of Southampton, 2014.

PHD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Southampton, 03. 2015~.

Conferences attended

5G NORMA Summer School, Kings College London, London (2016.06.20-06.22)

International Conference on Communication (2015 London)


University Examination Invigilator (2016)

Laboratary Demonstrator for Course Module PHYS2022 (2016.10-2016.12)

Laboratary Demonstrator for Course Module PHYS6017 (2016.1-2016.5)

Laboratory Demonstrator for ELEC6238 (2015.9-2015.10)


Kimura, Tomomi E., Merritt, Anita J., Lock, Francesca R., Eckert, Judith J., Fleming, Tom P. and Garrod, David R. (2012) Desmosomal adhesiveness is developmentally regulated in the mouse embryo and modulated during trophectoderm migration Developmental Biology, 369, (2), pp. 286-297. (doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2012.06.025).


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