Welcome to the Radio Science Lab

V2X @ RSL

Prof. Michelson recently served as a panelist in the Where will V2X communication be in 10 years? session at the IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference in December 2019, which was held on the campus of UCLA. Organized by Jim Lansford, Director of Technical Standards at Qualcomm, it was a great session with some excellent questions from the audience. Jim Misener (Qualcomm), Tim Leinmueller (Denso), Don Grimm (GM), and Mourad Takla (Verizon) also participated.

Prof. Michelson will also present at the Transportation Research Board's TRB 2020 conference in Washington, D.C. in January and the Royal Canadian Navy's invitation-only Naval Architecture Conference in Ottawa in February.



Jim Lansfortd (Qualcomm), Dave Michelson (UBC), Jim Misener (Qualcomm), Tim Leinmueller (Denso), Don Grimm (GM), and Mourad Takla (Verizon)


Research Briefs


Global TV coverage of the AURORA Connected Vehicle Testbed
(2:32)

PropBot - wireless propagation data collection robot.
(0:39)

Our Current Research / Open Positions

Our current research focuses on next-generation wireless and radar systems
that will help to transform

  • land and marine transportation,
  • urban systems,
  • the natural resources sector, and,
  • the national defence sector.

Our research sponsors and collaborators include:

  • NSERC,
  • Canada Foundation for Innovation,
  • Canadian Space Agency,
  • Rogers Communications,
  • MDA,
  • BC Hydro,
  • FPInnovations,
  • the Royal Canadian Navy,
  • VARD, and
  • Lloyd's Registry.

For more information about:

  • our research philosophy, click either here or on the About Us tab on the main navigation bar.
  • our current research, click either here or on the Our Research tab on the main navigation bar.
  • our facilities, click either here or on the Our Facilities tab on the main navigation bar.
  • the AURORA testbed, click either here or on the AURORA tab on the main navigation bar.
  • open positions, click either here or on the Open Positions tab on the main navigation bar.
  • how to contact us, click either here or on the Contact Us tab on the main navigation bar.

More Information

Inquiries from prospective sponsors, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are most welcome.
Please contact Prof. Dave Michelson.


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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

UBC Radio Science Lab
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Tel: 604.822.3544
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E-mail: david.michelson@ubc.ca

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