Assistant Prof. Fu Luoyi Selected into the 2019 N2Women Rising Stars in Computer Networking and Communications

Released Time: 2019-07-03

Assistant Prof. Fu Luoyi Was Selected into the 2019 N2Women Rising Stars in Computer Networking and Communications




N2Women (Networking Networking Women) is a discipline-specific community of researchers in the fields of networking and communications.  N2Women encourages diversity and aims at fostering connections among under-represented women in this computing sub-field.


Founded by Tracy Camp and Wendi Heinzelman, N2Women organized its first meeting at the ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing (MobiHoc) on May 24th, 2006 in Florence, Italy. Camp and Heinzelman led the community for over 10 years, during which time it grew to over 1,400 members. N2Women organizes events at major conferences of the field where members or non-members can meet and get introduced to the research community. N2Women is supported by several major professional associations such as ACM SIGCOMM, ACM SIGMOBILE and IEEE ComSoc. Thanks to this support, N2Women offers fellowships to graduate students and junior researchers to organize N2Women meetings at a selection of flagship conferences in the networking and communications fields. It also organizes full-day professional development workshops with the additional support of CRA-W and the National Science Foundation.


Since 2016, N2Women publishes every year two lists of 10 inspiring women:

“N2Women: Stars in Computer Networking and Communications” list, published yearly on December 10, Ada Lovelace’s date of birth.

“N2Women: Rising Stars in Computer Networking and Communications” list, published yearly in the summer.


Dr.Fu Luoyi is the first Chinese female scholar who wins the honor.




For more info of previous winners:

http://n2women.comsoc.org/10-women-in-networkingcommunications-that-you-should-know/2018-n%c2%b2women-rising-stars-in-computer-networking-and-communications/


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