Prof. Khaled BEN LETAIEF and Prof. Vincent LAU were recognized as AI 2000 Internet of Things (IoT) Most Influential Scholars Honorable Mention. Prof. Ming LIU and Prof. Shaojie SHEN were recognized as AI 2000 Robotics Most Influential Scholars Honorable Mention.
AI 2000 Internet of Things Most Influential Scholars
AI 2000 Robotics Most Influential Scholars
Prof. Khaled BEN LETAIEF has contributed to the advances of wireless technologies, including several major developments in OFDM, MIMO, and cooperative cooperation along with multiuser resource allocation, which are considered as the core technologies for 4G cellular systems and other advanced wireless networks. In his field, he has over 600 journal and conference papers and given invited keynote talks as well as courses all over the world.
Prof. Vincent LAU has been working on various research interests, such as stochastic optimization, massive MIMO systems, 5G wireless systems, content-centric wireless networks, IoT for mission critical control systems and machine learning for wireless networks. He is the founder and director of Huawei-HKUST Innovation Lab. Prof. LAU has published over 300 papers, including around 200 IEEE Transaction papers, 100 IEEE conference papers, 15 Bell Labs Technical Memorandum and contributed to 50 US patents on wireless systems.
Prof. Ming LIU is a founding member of Shanghai SWing Automation Ltd. Co. He has published over 70 papers in major international journals and conferences. Prof. LIU's research interests include dynamic environment modeling, 3D mapping, machine learning and visual control. He’s particularly interested in the investigation of novel, real-time online approaches in solving mobile robot mapping and navigation.
Prof. Shaojie SHEN is the founding director of the HKUST-DJI Joint Innovation Laboratory (HDJI Lab). His research interests are in the areas of robotics and unmanned aerial vehicles, with focus on state estimation, sensor fusion, localization and mapping, and autonomous navigation in complex environments. Prof. SHEN is currently serving as associate editors for T-RO and AURO.
AI 2020 Most Influential Scholars
"The AI 2000 Most Influential Scholar Annual List will name 2,000 of the world’s top-cited research scholars from the fields of artificial intelligence over the next ten years (2020–2029).AI 2000 is an online e-magazine. The list is conferred in recognition of outstanding technical achievements with lasting contribution and impact." (Extracted from https://www.aminer.cn/ai2000)
"The 2021 AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars in Internet of Things are the top 10 most cited scholars from the top venues of this field over the past 10 years (2011–2020). The top 11–100 most cited scholars are recognized as AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars Honorable Mention. The identified top venues of this field are IEEE Internet of Things Journal(IoT-J) and IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications(TWC), which published 9509 papers authored by 9876 scholars between 2011 and 2020." (Extracted from https://www.aminer.org/ai2000/iot)
"The 2021 AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars in Robotics are the top 10 most cited scholars from the top venues of this field over the past 10 years (2011–2020). The top 11–100 most cited scholars are recognized as AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars Honorable Mention. The identified top venues of this field are IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation(ICRA) and IEEE\RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems(IROS), which published 18299 papers authored by 19948 scholars between 2011 and 2020."
(Extracted from https://www.aminer.cn/ai2000/robotics)
- Khaled BEN LETAIEF
- Prof. Vincent LAU
- Prof. Ming LIU
- Prof. Shaojie SHEN