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[Apr. 2024] I made an invited talk about Art of LaTeX for Thesis Writing (in Chinese) at the Southeast University Library on April 9. [Slides] [Event Notice] [Series Notice]

[Mar. 2024] The paper entitled "Efficient Data Transmission With Compressed Channel Estimation in RIS-Assisted mmWave MIMO Systems" has been accepted by IEEE Wireless Communications Letters (WCL). [Paper]

[Mar. 2024] I made a presentation entitled "Auto-generation System for Baseband Circuits" on IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) 75th Anniversary Nanjing Chapter Symposium, which is attended by the IEEE CASS president. [Event Notice]

[Feb. 2024] The paper entitled "Flexible High-Level Synthesis Library for Linear Transformations" published by IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs (TCAS-II) is now online at IEEE Xplore. [Paper] [DOI] [IEEE Xplore] [PDF] [GitHub] [Website]

[Feb. 2024] mmCEsim v0.3.0 is released! [Release] [GitHub] [Website]

[Jan. 2024] The paper entitled "Automatic Timing-Driven Top-Level Hardware Design for Digital Signal Processing" presented at IEEE ASICON 2023 is now online at IEEE Xplore. [Paper] [DOI] [IEEE Xplore] [PDF]

[Jan. 2024] I have reached the 2,000 reputation milestone on TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange! [TeX.SX Profile]

[Jan. 2024] mmCEsim v0.2.2 is released! [Release] [GitHub] [Website]

[Jan. 2024] I finished the course project entitled "Dual-Mode PSK Transceiver on SDR With FPGA", which supports packet-based transmission (including header configurations) and BPSK/QPSK demodulation. [GitHub] [Paper]

[Jan. 2024] I made a presentation entitled "FLIP-FLOP: Fast pLan & Implementation of Project, Fast Layout & Optimization of Paper -- Hardware Design Techniques for Fast Paper Output" at the group meeting. Have a look at the slides, which should be very interesting! [Slides]

[Dec. 2023] The Christmas tree website (a bit mathematical and JavaScript) is now live! [Website]

[Dec. 2023] I won the Excellent Academic Paper Award of The 16th National College Students Innovation Annual Meeting in China (20 out of 200). [News in Chinese] [Winning Paper]

About my Name

Interesting facts: my name Wuqiong (舞穹) pronounces similar to infinity (∞) in Chinese. Therefore, It seems I was born to play with maths and science. Who knows whether my limit is infinity or not?

I also have a non-official English name Teddy van Jerry (or just Jerry), and have teddy-van-jerry.org redirecting wqzhao.org. I was called "Jerry" due to a random assignment at Grade 1 in the elementary school. I have kept it since then because my favorite cartoon is Tom and Jerry, and I love the creativity of Jerry the mouse. "Teddy" is chosen simply because I love teddy bears. I even propose the Ted Programming Language featuring teddy bears (🧸). The middle name "van" does not represent any kind of origin. Actually, I just want to have the same middle name with one of my favorite composers, Ludwig van Beethoven.

Classical Music and Opera

I am a classical music fan and opera enthusiast. My favorite composer is Richard Wagner (Bach and Tchaikovsky also play an important role in my life). I am especially fond of works rich in acoustics with passion and energy, like Musikdrama of Wagner, symphonies with choir of Beethoven and Mahler.

I started practising the violin at 7, and served as the concertmaster of Wuxi Rococo Youth Orchestra. The music education (many thanks to my teacher) plays an indispensable role in shaping my music preference.

Due to COVID and heavy coursework, I have not been able to attend many concerts. An incomplete list of works I have had the fortune to listen to live: [Bach] Toccata and Fugue, BWV 565; [Beethoven] Symphony No. 7 & 8, Piano Sonata No. 2 & 9 & 15 & 23 & 27; [Brahms] Symphony No. 1 & 2 & 4, Piano Concerto No. 2, Piano Trio No. 1; [Orff] Carmina Burana; [Prokofiev] Piano Concerto No. 2; [Saint-Saëns] The Carnival of the Animals; [Shostakovich] Symphony No. 6, Festive Overture, Piano Trio No. 2; [Stravinsky] The Rite of Spring; [Suk] Symphony No. 1; [Liszt] Réminiscences de Don Juan; [Mahler] Symphony No. 1, Des Knaben Wunderhorn; [Mussorgsky] Pictures at an Exhibition; [Tchaikovsky] Symphony No. 4 & 5, Violin Concerto, Piano Concerto No. 1, Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, Variations on a Rococo Theme, Piano Trio, Waltz of Flowers; [Wagner] Lohengrin, Götterdämmerung.

A list of music venues I have been to: Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, Shanghai Grand Theatre, Jiangsu Grand Theatre (Nanjing), Changzhou Grand Theatre, Jinji Lake Concert Hall (Suzhou), San Diego Rady Shell, The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center (La Jolla), St. Thomas's Church (Leipzig).

Compositions must listen before examinations: The Ring Cycle by Wagner, Symphony No. 9 by Beethoven, and Requiem by Mozart. I am sure these long and complex works will help you to concentrate and relax (maybe excite)!

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