Cheng Qi

Cheng Qi received the BSEE (14) and MSEE (15) degrees from Tianjin University and Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2015, he joins the Propagation Group at Georgia Tech as a Graduate Research Assistant, where he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree. His research focuses on antenna design, RFID system design, long-range backscatter communication, space solar power harvesting, and RFID localization technology. He has authored or co-authored more than 7 technical papers and presented his work in multiple international conferences. He has received the best student paper award for the article presented in the IEEE RFID-TA Conference (2018). He is a recipient of William C. Brown Fellowship (2017), a winner of the People’s Choice Award in NSF Innovation Corps program (2018) in San Francisco, and a winner of first place Ph.D. mentor in Opportunity Research Scholar (ORS) program at Georgia Tech (2018). He has served as a poster session chair and a technical program committee member for IEEE RFID conference.