Wenhan Dai (S’12) received the B.S. degrees in Electronic Engineering and in Mathematics from Tsinghua University in 2011, and the S.M. degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2014.
He is pursuing the Ph.D. degree with Wireless Information and Network Sciences Laboratory at MIT. His research interests include communication theory and stochastic optimization with application to wireless communication and network localization. His current research focuses on quantum information science and efficient network localization.
Mr. Dai was honored by the Marconi Society with the Paul Baran Young Scholar Award (2017). He received the Marconi-BISITE Best Paper Award from the IEEE ICUWB (2017), the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Student Abroad (2016), the first prize of the IEEE Communications Society Student Competition (2016), and the Student Paper Award (first place) from the IEEE CWIT (2015). He was recognized as the exemplary reviewer of the IEEE Communications Letters (2014).