Chair in Wireless Communication, University of Sheffield
Tim is Chair Professor in Wireless Communication at the University of Sheffield, UK. He is internationally known for his research expertise in software-defined radio, waveform design for wireless communications systems and energy-efficieny in radio access networks. He has led over 26 major research projects, published extensively in inetrnational journals and conferences, and cofounded a start-up company. Tim led the UKRI Research Strategy Community Organisation in Communications, Mobile Computing and Networking (CommNet2), which promoted energy efficient networking as a key research theme. He recently won an UKRI award to establish the UK’s first National 6G Radio Systems Facility and he is participating in the DCMS funded YO-RAN project as part of the Future Open Networks Research Challenge Programme. He is a director of the mVCE and a member of the DCMS (now DSIT) College of Experts.