Canfeng-David ChenResearch Leader
NRC Radio Systems lab - Radio Prototyping team (Beijing)
Canfeng Chen's main research interests cover IoT (Internet of Things) systems and protocols, mobile Internet applications, embedded computing and wireless communications. He has 8+ years experience in managing prototyping projects, and 4+ years experience in managing research teams. He is the author of 100+ technical papers in international conferences & journals, 6 book/chapters, and 30+ patent applications.
Canfeng Chen has been working in Nokia since July 2005. He has been appointed to establish and lead the Radio Prototyping team since January 2011. He had been acting Research Leader for Context Sensing & Orchestration team since June 2009. He received his Bachelor and Ph.D degrees from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) in 2000 and 2005, respectively.(Last update in Nov.2013.)
Canfeng Chen is a member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), a member of CCF (China Computer Federation), Deputy Secretary in CIE Internet-of-Things Expert Committee, a member of CCF Technical Committee on Sensor Networks, and Nokia Representative in Chinese IoT Standardization working groups WGSN and CCSA TC10.
Canfeng Chen has served for many academic conferences as TPC member, incl. Globecom, ICC, VTC, MASS, SENSORCOMM, HPCC, CWSN, etc.
Canfeng Chen is now serving as guest supervisor for master students in BUPT, Beihang University and USTC. For internship, please send your CV to CANFENG DOT CHEN AT IEEE DOT ORG.
IoTP: Internet of Things Protocols
We implemented and demonstrated the world 1st end-to-end IPv6 solution in March 2012 based on Bluetooth Low Energy (BT-LE), which is also known as BT4.0. BT-LE devices/sensors can operate for months or even years on tiny coin-cell batteries. BT-LE is emerging in applications like healthcare, sports and fitness, security, and home entertainment.
- Bluetooth Core Spec V4.0 is available here. The devices that support BT-LE can be found here. Transmission of IPv6 Packets over Bluetooth Low Energy IETF draft can be found here.
HAIP: High Accuracy Indoor Positioning
provides the highest level of accuracy (<1m) with the lowest power consumption and installation cost in the world. It is based on Bluetooth Low Energy (BT LE) or BT4.0 technology and AoA (Angle of Arrival) or AoD (Angle of Departure) principle. We implemented the world first Mobile Centric mode indoor positioning system demo, which has been demonstrated in In-Location Alliance plenary in June 2013.
- HAIP video introduction is here.
- HAIP is being standardized in BT-SIG, and expected to appear in next release of Bluetooth Spec.
uSD entry: universal Sensor Data entry
a universal mobile gateway solution for accessing wireless sensor networks. Without need for drivers, you can expand hardware through general memory interface; an example is to enable mobile devices access wireless sensors in surroundings using a special SD card (namely, uSD card: universal Sensor Data card). We kicked off a public uSD card trial in 10+ China universities in Dec.2009. One paper is accepted by MobiCom'10 which uses uSD card to discover Wifi hotspot.
mWSN: mobile enabled Wireless Sensor Networks
leverage mobile user base as collectors for sensor data, realize large scale data gathering wireless sensor networks through mobile sinks.
- Jia Liu, Canfeng Chen and Yan Ma, "Modeling Neighbor Discovery in Bluetooth Low Energy Networks," IEEE Communications Letters, Vol. 16, No. 9, September 2012
- Yu Yang, Yongjun Xu, Xiaowei Li and Canfeng Chen, "A Loss Inference Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks to Improve Data Reliability of Digital Ecosystems," IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, VOL. 58, NO. 6, JUNE 2011
- Chunxiao JIANG, Nengqiang HE, Yong REN, Canfeng Chen and Jian MA, "uSD: Universal Sensor Data Entry Card," IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, Volume 56, Issue 3, pp. 1450 - 1456, August 2010
- Jian Ma, Canfeng Chen and Jyri Salomaa, "mWSN for Large Scale Mobile Sensing," Journal of Signal Processing Systems, Vol. 51, No.2, May 2008
- Biao Ren, Jian Ma and Canfeng Chen, "The Hybrid Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks for Data Gathering," in Proceedings of Int’l Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, Vancouver (IWCMC2006), pp. 1085 - 1090, Canada, July 3 - 6, 2006
- Canfeng Chen, "Principles and Applications of Bluetooth Low Energy," Beihang Press, September 2013 (ISBN 978-7-5124-1246-0)
- Chapter 7, "Key Technologies of Internet of Things," edited by Yongjun Xu, Yu Liu and Feng Wang, Publishing House of Electronics Industry, June 2012 (ISBN 978-7-121-17559-6)
- Chapter 4, "Introduction to Internet of Things," edited by Jian Ma, China Machine Press, March 2011 (ISBN 978-7-111-33323-4)
- Chapter 12, "Wireless Sensor Networks," Edited by Suraiya Tarannum, Published by InTech, June 2011 (ISBN 978-953-307-325-5)
- Chapter 5, "Mobile Learning," Edited by Ronghuai Huang and Jyri Salomaa, Science Press, May 2008 (ISBN 978-7-03-021660-1)
- Canfeng Chen, "Broadband Mobile Wireless Internet," BUPT Press, October 2005 (ISBN 7-5635-1054-0)
- Jia Liu and Canfeng Chen, "Energy Analysis of Neighbor Discovery in Bluetooth Low Energy Networks," (pdf) June 2012
- BT 4.0 based High Accuracy Indoor Positioning system, a talk at 2013 China Internet-of-Things conference organized by Chinese Institute of Electronics, Apr. 24, 2013.
- Bluetooth Low Energy and its Convergence with Lightweight IPv6, a talk at ‘Wireless Connectivity Technologies for Embedded Systems’ organized by Embedded Systems Association at Beihang University, Apr. 22, 2012
- Bluetooth Low Energy for Mobile IoT Applications, a talk at Short-range Radio Connectivity Technology Salon
organized by Chinese Institute of Electronics, Oct. 22, 2011
- Mobile gateway to access heterogeneous WSNs, a presentation at workshop in International Conference on Mobile Internet Architecture Evolution of Post-LTE (MIRACLE 2010) organized by China Mobile, Nov. 5, 2010
managed 10+ joint projects with top China universities and research institutes, incl. Tsinghua University, BUPT, Beihang University, Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc.
participated in 3 China National Science Foundation (NSFC) Projects and 2 China National High-tech R&D ("863") Programs.
Some posters demonstrating conceptual mobile applications/systems at the 10th Anniversary ceremony of NRC Beijing, December 10th, 2008