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Wireless Engineering Pioneer Joins NYU-Poly and NYU
Date:12/15/2011

s authored numerous books, including the most popular textbook in the wireless engineering field. In 1990 at Virginia Tech, he founded the Mobile and Portable Radio Research Group (MPRG), a center that became a leading producer of research and young engineers for the booming cellular telephone industry. In 2002, he founded UTA's Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG), an interdisciplinary center with strong industry support and more than 140 students and 15 faculty members dedicated to wireless communications research.

"I love start-ups – and to be invited to build this world-class academic wireless engineering program is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," said Rappaport. "I am thrilled to be on the ground floor at this transformative time in the history of NYU and NYU-Poly, and look forward to bringing the world's best researchers and corporations to New York City. The strengths of the New York ecosystem to support innovation are enormous, and I am eager to work across campus and with local industry to solve big problems in wireless communications, medicine, and urban engineering."

Zhouyue (Jerry) Pi, director of research of Samsung Telecommunications America, Dallas, stated: "Rappaport's research in massively broadband wireless communications and propagation is truly cutting edge, and it is paving the way for future generations of wireless networks in the coming decades.  He will have a big impact at NYU and NYU-Poly."

"Ted Rappaport's research, including his work on devices that support massive data transmission rates and enable new applications of wireless for biosensors, medical and paperless office technologies, holds exciting potential for being a game-changer in the field of healthcare," said Robert I. Grossman, MD, dean and CEO at NYU Langone Medical Center. "We are excited that he is now a part of the NYU family and are looking forward to working collaboratively with him."

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