|Yang Yang, Professor(IEEE Fellow)|
Fog Computing Networks
Service-Oriented Collaborative Intelligence
Wireless Sensor Networks and IoT Applications
Dr. Yang Yang is a full professor at ShanghaiTech University, China, and is currently the Executive Dean of School of Creativity and Art and the Co-Director of Shanghai Institute of Fog Computing Technology (SHIFT). Prior to that, he has been serving the University and Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) as Vice Dean of School of Information Science and Technology (2012-13), Director of Shanghai Research Center for Wireless Communications (2012-18), Director of Office of Academic and Student Affairs (2013-16), and Director of CAS Key Lab of Wireless Sensor Network and Communication (2016-18). Before joining ShanghaiTech University, Yang has held faculty positions at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Brunel University (UK), University College London (UCL, UK), and SIMIT, CAS (China). He received the Bachelor and Master degrees from Southeast University, China, in 1996 and 1999 respectively, and the PhD degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, in 2002. Yang is a Fellow of the IEEE.
“Multi-tier Computing Networks for Intelligent IoT”, Nature Electronics, Jan. 2019.
“DOTS: Delay-Optimal Task Scheduling among Voluntary Nodes in Fog Networks,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Dec. 2018.
“DATS: Dispersive Stable Task Scheduling in Heterogeneous Fog Networks,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Dec. 2018.
“FEMTO: Fair and Energy-Minimized Task Offloading for Fog-Enabled IoT Networks,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Dec. 2018.
“DECCO: Deep-Learning Enabled Coverage and Capacity Optimization for Massive MIMO Systems,” IEEE Access, Dec. 2018.
“FA2ST: Fog as a Service Technology,” IEEE Communications Magazine, Nov. 2018.
“MEETS: Maximal Energy Efficient Task Scheduling in Homogeneous Fog Networks,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Oct. 2018.
“Parallel Channel Sounder for MIMO Channel Measurements,” IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, Oct. 2018.
“DEBTS: Delay Energy Balanced Task Scheduling in Homogeneous Fog Networks,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Jun. 2018.
“FEMOS: Fog-Enabled Multi-tier Operations Scheduling in Dynamic Wireless Networks,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Apr. 2018.
“5G Wireless Systems: Simulation and Evaluation Techniques,” ISBN: 9783319618692, Springer, 2017.
“Heterogeneous Cellular Networks: Theory, Simulation and Deployment”, ISBN: 9781107023093, Cambridge University Press, 2013.