T. Ratnarajah (S'94, A'96, M'05, SM'05) holds B. Eng. (Hons), M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. He is an internationally renowned scholar with a strong commitment to excellence, creativity, and visionary thinking. He has been active in the area of wireless communications, signal processing, information theory and random matrix theory research for the past 23 years and has an outstanding international track record and reputation for his research in this field, as recognized by over 300 peer reviewed papers and four US patents. His papers received over 3000 citations.
He is currently with the Institute for Digital Communications, the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, as a Professor in Digital Communications and Signal Processing and Head of Institute for Digital Communications.
He was the coordinator of the FP7 ADEL (3.7M€) in the area of licensed shared access, FP7 Future and Emerging Technologies projects "CROWN" (http://www.fp7-crown.eu/, 2.3M Euros) in the area of cognitive radio networks, "HIATUS" (http://www.fp7-hiatus.eu/, 2.7M Euros) in the area of interference alignment and FP7 project "HARP" (http://www.fp7-harp.eu/, 3.2M Euros) in the area of highly distributed MIMO.
Dr. Ratnarajah is a member of the American Mathematical Society and Information Theory Society and Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
Dr Ratnarajah was born and educated up to secondary school level in Sri Lanka. He left Sri Lanka in December 1989 to pursue his higher education (BEng (Hons), MSc and PhD) and has been working in various places in United Kingdom and Canada. He is a naturalized citizen of Canada since 2000 and a naturalized citizen of United Kingdom since 2010.