Fellow of The Engineering Academy of Japan, IEEE, and IEICE
Nei Kato is a full professor (Deputy Dean) with Graduate School of Information Sciences(GSIS) and the Director of Research Organization of Electrical Communication(ROEC), Tohoku University, Japan. He has been engaged in research on computer networking, wireless mobile communications, satellite communications, ad hoc & sensor & mesh networks, UAV networks, smart grid, AI, IoT, Big Data, and pattern recognition.
Wenjing Lou is the W. C. English Endowed Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Tech and a Fellow of the IEEE. She holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Florida. Her research interests cover many topics in the cybersecurity field, with her current research interest focusing on wireless networks, privacy protection in machine learning systems, and security and privacy problems in the Internet of Things (IoT) systems.
Dr. Hitoshi Kiya is the chair of the Department of Computer Science, and served as the chair of the Department of Information and communications, and as an associate dean of the Faculty of System Design, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.
Professor Lim’s interest in this field stems from the fact that it has made a real impact on all of our lives, as evidenced by the widespread use of wireless communications both in the personal space and in industry. He feels fortunate to have had the privilege of living and working in three wonderful cities on three continents, with excellent colleagues and good friends in all three places, and to have been able to contribute to academic research at the international level for more than 20 years (and counting).
IEEE Fellow, IET Fellow, CS Fellow
Professor Chin-Chen Chang serves as an Honorary Professor at Feng Chia University. He was elected as a Fellow of IEEE and IET in 1998, and a Fellow of CS in 2020 for his contributions to information security.
Dr. Feng is a professor with the National Laboratory of Communications, UESTC. He has extensive research experience and has published widely in wireless networking research, including nearly 60 IEEE journal and transaction papers. A number of his papers have been highly cited. He has received the IEEE ComSoc TAOS Best Paper Award and ICC best paper award in 2019. His research interests include next generation mobile networks, mobile cloud computing, AI-enabled wireless networking, etc. Dr. Feng is a senor member of IEEE.