Prof. Wong Wing Shing 黃永成教授
Dean of the Graduate School
Professor of Information Engineering (FIEEE, FHKIE, FHKAES)
Education: BA, MS (Yale), MS, PhD (Harvard)
Research Area: Wireless Communications and Networking
Tel: (852) 3943-8378
Fax: (852) 2603-5032
Address: Rm 810 SHB
Email: wswong [@] ie.cuhk.edu.hk
- Wireless Communication: Power Control; protocol sequences and their applications
- Information-based Control
- Nonlinear filtering
- Wireless Communication
- Performance Evaluation Methodology
- Computer Network
- Science and Technology Appreciation
- Probability Models and Applications
Wing Shing graduated from Yale University with a combined M.S. and B.A. degree and obtained an M.S. degree and a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University. He is an IEEE Fellow, a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (FHKIE), and a Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences (HKAES).
He joined AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1982. From 1987 to 1992 he managed a group of technical staff working on a number of research and development projects and consulting activities. He joined the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1992 and is now a Professor of Information Engineering. He was the Chairman of the Information Engineering Department from 1995 to 2003. He served as Science Advisor at the Innovation and Technology Commission of the HKSAR government from 2003 to 2005 and was a Board Director and the Chairman of the Technical Committee of the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) from 2006 to 2008. He has served as the Dean of the Graduate School in the Chinese University of Hong Kong since 2003.
He received more than a dozen of competitive R&D grants from several funding agencies. He had led a project on a Chinese search engine, MoLi & ANSeRS. The search engine was based on innovative ideas that have been patented in the US and China.
He served as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control for 4 years. He has co-founded with other internationally renowned researchers an international journal, Communications in Information and Systems, and is now serving as the co-Editor-in-Chief.
He was a member of the 7th Council of the Chinese Association of Automation. He is a Visiting Professor of Southeast University, Nanjing and Fujian Normal University.
Selected Publications from the last three years
(See Prof. Wong's personal website for a more detailed list.)
- H. Cheng, Y. Chen, W. S. Wong, Q. Yang and L. F. Shen, "Protocol Sequence Based Wireless Media Access Control in Networked Control Systems," 12th International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (ICARCV) December 5-7, 2012 in Guangzhou, China.
- W. S. Wong. and J. Baillieul, "Control Communication Complexity of Distributed Choices,"IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol 57, No. 11 (Nov 2012), pp. 2731-274.
- H. Cheng, Y.-S. Chen, W. S. Wong, Q. Yang, L.-F. Shen and J. Baillieul, "Stabilizing an Tracking Control of Multiple Pendulum-Cart Systems over a Shared Wireless Network," Proceedings of the Chinese Control Conference, July 25-27, 2012 in Hefei, AnHui, China.
- W. S. Wong and H. Cheng, "Invariant Distributions of Linear Systems under Finite Communication Bandwidth Feedback", Int. J. Systems, Control and Communications, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2011.
- Y. Zhang, K. W. Shum and W. S. Wong, "Strongly conflict-avoiding codes," SIAM J. on Discrete Math, 25(3), (July 2011), pp. 1035-1053.
- Zhang, Y. J., K. W. Shum and, W. S. Wong, "Completely Irrepressible Sequences for the Asynchronous Collision Channel Without Feedback," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 60(5) (May 2011) pp. 1859-1866.
- Y. Chen, S. Yang and W. S. Wong, "Exact non-Gaussian Interference Model for Fading Channels," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Jan 2013), pp. 168-179.
- Y. Chen and W. S. Wong, "Power Control for non-Gaussian Interference," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 10(8), (Aug 2011) pp. 2660-2669.
- W. S. Wong, " Concavity of the Feasible Signal-to-Noise Ratio Region in Power Control Problems", IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 57(4), (April 2011), pp. 2143-2150.