Recruitment Program of Global Experts

  • Guo Minyi

    Excellent Academic Leaders of Shanghai 2010

    Minyi Guo is a chair professor and Head of Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Dr. Guo received the BSc and ME degrees in computer science from Nanjing University, China, in 1982 and 1986 respectively, and the PhD degree in computer science in 1998 from the University of Tsukuba, Japan.

    Before joined SJTU, Dr. Guo had been a professor and department chair of school of computer science and engineering, University of Aizu, Japan. Dr. Guo received the national science fund for distinguished young scholars from NSFC in 2007. His present research interests include parallel/distributed computing, compiler optimizations, embedded systems, pervasive computing, and bioinformatics. He received 5 best paper awards from international conferences, and has more than 230 publications in major journals and international conferences in these areas, including the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, the IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, the ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems, the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, INFOCOM, IPDPS, ICS, CASES, ICPP, WWW, PODC, etc. He is on the editorial board of IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems and Journal of Computer Science and Technology. Besides Dr. Guo is a senior member of IEEE, member of ACM, IEICE IPSJ, and CCF.

  • Xu Lei

    Lei Xu, Chair professor of Computer Science & Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Also, he is a Chair professor of Computer Science & Eng., Chinese University Hong Kong since 2002,  Chang Jiang Chair Professor of Peking University since 2007. Elected to Fellow of IEEE since 2001; Fellow of International Association for Pattern Recognition since 2002 and of European Academy of Sciences since 2002. He completed his Ph.D thesis at Tsinghua Univ by the end of 1986, and get PhD certificate March 1987. Then, he came to Peking Univ as postdoc and get promoted to associate professor in 1988and professor in 1992. During 1989-93 he was postdoc in Finland, Canada and USA, including Harvard and MIT. He joined CUHK as senior lecturer in 1993, professor in 1996, and chair professor in 2002.
    He has published about 100 Journal papers, given over dozens keynote /invited lectures at various international conferences, and been internationally known with several well-cited contributions on randomized Hough Transform, rival penalized competitive learning, classifier combination, mixture models, adaptive PCA learning, and Bayesian Ying-Yang harmony learning (e.g., up to the early 2014, his papers got thousands SCI-citations and over 10000 Google Scholar citations, with the top-10 papers getting over 2500 SCI-citations and about 6000 Google Scholar citations).
    Prof. Xu is the founding editor-in-chief of Springer OA Journal Applied Informatics, and current or past associate editors for eight academic journals. Prof. Xu has received several national and international academic awards, including 1993 National Nature Science Award, 1995 Leadership Award from international neural network society and 2006 APNNA Outstanding Achievement Award.

  • Deng Xiaotie

    Excellent Academic Leaders of Shanghai 2012

    Xiaotie Deng is a chair professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

    Before joining Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Dr. Deng taught at University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom and City University of Hong Kong and York University. He did his (NSERC international fellowship) postdoc at Simon Fraser University with Tiko Kameda and Pavel Hell, PhD at Stanford University with Christos Papadimitriou, MSc at Chinese Academy of Sciences with Yonjin Zhu, and B.Eng at Tsinghua University.

    His research focus is on Algorithmic Game Theory, which deals with computational issue on fundamental economic problems such as Nash equilibrium, resource pricing and allocation protocols such as auction and market equilibrium, as well as theory and practice in Internet market design. This methodology integrates Algorithms with micro- and macro-economics, information economics, and has become a powerful tool in our understanding of the Internet and the practice of e-Commerce.

    He has taught most computer science classes in algorithm related topics. In addition, he designed and taught graduated courses in web search, Internet market protocols. He gave lectures in special topics at summer schools such as equilibrium computation at Fudan University, sponsored search auctions at Karlsruhe University, online algorithms at Zhejiang University. He also taught short courses in algorithms at visiting institutes such as Kyoto University, Peking University, Tsinghua University, and Xiamen University.

    Besides, he has been an ACM Fellow since 2008, an IFIP TC1 member since 2007, and has been program committee members of major theory conferences such as COCOON, ESA, FSTTCS, ICALP, ISAAC, STOC, and algorithmic game theory related conferences: ACM-EC, SAGT, WINE.

  • Jia Weijia

    Excellent Academic Leaders of Shanghai 2013

    Prof. Weijia Jia is currently a Zhiyuan Chair Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Professor Jia received PhD in Computer Science from Polytechnic Faculty of Mons, Belgium in 1993. He joined German National Research Center for Information Science (GMD) in Bonn (St. Augustine) from 1993 to 1995 as a research fellow. From 1995 to 2013, he joined Department of Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong as an assistant/associate and full professor.

    His research interests include next generation wireless communication, protocols and heterogeneous networks; distributed systems, multicast and anycast QoS routing protocols. In these fields, he has over 400 publications in the prestige international journals (IEEE Transactions, e.g., ToN, TPDS, TC, TMC etc.), books/chapters and refereed international conference proceedings. He (with W. Zhou) has published a book “Distributed Network Systems” by Springer where the book contains extensive research materials and implementation examples. His most recent theoretical and system work on Stable Matching revel Cyclic Stable Matching property for Three-sided Networking Services. He has contributed Vertex Cover problem analysis with a jointly paper that received other citations over 400. He has received many best products awards in the international high-tech exhibitions. He is the guest Professor of Beijing U (ShenZhen Graduate School), University of Science and Technology of China, Beijing Jiao Tong University, Jinan University, Guangzhou, Chengdu University, China. He has served as the editors of IEEE TPDS and ComCom and PC chairs and members/keynote speakers for various prestige international conferences. He is the Senior Member of IEEE and the Member of ACM.

  • Liang Xiaoyao

    Recruitment Program of Global Youth Experts 2012

    Xiaoyao Liang is a professor and the associate dean in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He obtained his Ph.D degree from Harvard University. He has ample industry experience working as a senior architect or IC designer at companies like NVIDIA, Intel and IBM.

    His research interests include computer processor and system architectures, energy efficient and resilient microprocessor design, high throughput and parallel computing, general purpose graphic processing unit (GPGPU) and hardware/software co-design for the cloud and mobile computing. He is also interested in IC design, VLSI methodology, FPGA innovations and compiler technology.

    He has published many papers at top international conferences such as ISCA, HPCA, MICRO, ISSCC and ICCAD. Two of his papers were selected into IEEE Micro Top Picks, awarded annually to 10 best papers from all the top computer architecture conferences. He is also a PC member and reviewer for many top conferences and journals.

  • Yu Kai

    Recruitment Program of Global Youth Experts 2012

    Kai Yu entered the Department of Automation at Tsinghua University,P.R.China in 1994. After obtaining B.Eng. in 1999, he continued his study for M.Sc. in the State Key Laboratory of Pattern Recognition and Intelligence Systems in the same department untill 2002. He then joined the Machine Intelligence Laboratory (MIL), where he obtained his PhD in 2006 under the supervision of Prof. Mark Gales. He worked as a research associate, and later senior research associate in MIL until 2012 with Prof. Phil. Woodland and Prof. Steve Young. He is now a research professor at Computer Science and Engineering Department, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

    He is a senior member of IEEE, a member of ISCA and the IET. He has published over 50 peer-reviewed top journal and conference publications on speech recognition, synthesis and dialogue systems. He was the area chair for speech recognition and processing for NTERSPEECH 2009 and EUSIPCO 2011, the publication chair for IEEE ASRU 2011, and the area chair of spoken dialogue systems for INTERSPEECH 2014. He was selected into the “1000 Overseas Talent Plan (Young Talent)” by Chinese central government in 2012. He was also selected into the Programme for Professor of Special Appointment (Eastern Scholar) at Shanghai Institutions of Higher Learning.

  • Lu Cewu

    Cewu Lu is a Research Professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). Before he joined SJTU, he was a research fellow at Stanford University AI lab. He was a Research Assistant Professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with Prof. Chi Keung Tang . He got the his PhD degree from The Chinese Univeristy of Hong Kong, supervised by Prof. Jiaya Jia. He is one of core technique member in Stanford-Toyota autonomous car project Some of his proposed algorithms have been used as a basic tool function in OpenCV(such as decolor.cpp). He has one Best Paper Award at the Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (NPAR) 2012 and one most cited paper among all papers in SIGGRAPH recent 5 years .He serves as an associate editor for [Journal gtCVPR]and reviewer for Journal TPAMI and IJCV. His research interests fall mainly in Computer Vision, machine learning and robotics vision.

  • Wang Lei

    Lei Wang is a research professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research interests are mainly design and analysis of fundamental cryptographic primitives. Highlights include cross research on Cryptanalysis and Functional Graph, finding security vulnerabilities of international and national standardized cryptographic algorithms, etc. Lei has published many papers in top-tier conferences including CRYPTO, EUROCRYPT and ASIACRYPT. He won the first-prize award from the Streebog Competition held by Russian government. Besides, he has received several best paper awards, and has been invited to serve as PC member in many top conferences and journals and to give invited talks on several international and domestic conferences. 

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