Tian Wang is currently
working as a full professor at Huaqiao University. He is also a guest researcher
at Waseda University (Japan), and a visiting fellow at the “National Key
Laboratory – (Smart City Internet of Things)” in the University of Macau. He
received his PhD degree in computer science from City University of Hong Kong
(2017-2018 ranked 49th in the World, QS). He received the B.E. and M.E. degrees
from Central South University, Changsha, China, in 2004 and 2007 respectively. In
particular, his master thesis was awarded the title of “Outstanding Master's
Thesis of Hunan Province”.

He is a senior member
of China Computer Federation (CCF), and also a CCF specialized committee member
for both Internet of Things and Pervasive Computing. He is the chair of CCF
YOCSEF (Xiamen) from 2018-2019. He is also the “Outstanding Young Scientists in
Colleges and Universities” in Fujian Province, “High-quality Overseas Professionals”
in Xiamen, and “High-level Talents” in Quanzhou. In 2006, he was selected
through the “Mainland Talents Program” in Hong Kong and worked as a research
assistant at City University of Hong Kong for 2 years. His current research
interests include Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, and Fog Computing. He has
14 patents and has published more than 200 papers in high-level journals such
as IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE
Transactions on Vehicular Technology, ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, ACM
Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems, Computer Networks, Information
Sciences, etc., and some well-known international conference such as ACM
MobiHoc, IEEE RTSS, IEEE MASS, IEEE ICC, IEEE WCNC, etc.. Among these papers,
more than 60 are indexed by SCI. He has more than 2200 citations, according to
Google Scholar. His H index is 22 and the i10 index is 53. He has managed 5
national natural science projects (including 2 sub-projects) and 4
provincial-level projects. He won the second prize of the natural science award
of Hunan Province for his contribution on “The Trustworthy Theories and Methods
for New Network Computing” in 2014. He also won the third prize of the Fujian
Provincial Natural Science Excellent Paper, in 2016.

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