Dr. Zhou's research interests are in the general areas of statistical signal processing and communications. Specific current interests include power efficiency improvements for communication systems, linearization, nonlinear systems analysis, and various applications areas.
Since 2005, Dr. Zhou has played an instrumental role in establishing Georgia Tech's collaborative education programs in China with partners from Shanghai, Tianjin, and Shenzhen. She was honored with the inaugural Steven A. Denning Award for Global Engagement at Georgia Tech in 2012.
Georgia Tech - Shenzhen: Georgia Tech has been offering its existing Masters of Science (MS) degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) in Shenzhen, China since August 2014. Students from China, the USA, and other countries around the world are welcome to study at Georgia Tech - Shenzhen. Georgia Tech courses are taught by Georgia Tech faculty on rotational assignment to Shenzhen. Students receive the same MS ECE degree as in Atlanta. Graduate co-op (internship) as well as international exchange options are available. Non-Georgia Tech students from other US universities can apply to study abroad at Georgia Tech - Shenzhen for one term and transfer credits back to their home institution. A high tech city, Shenzhen has the 4th largest GDP among Chinese cities, and the highest GDP per capita among large and medium-sized cities in China. Situated immediately next to Hong Kong, Shenzhen is a well planned city with clean air and high green coverage ratio. Georgia Tech is the first US university to have a major presence in Shenzhen.
China Summer Program - A Georgia Tech faculty-led study abroad program open to students from all U.S. colleges and universities.
China Mentor Club - A service to the Georgia Tech community.
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