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Jianwei Huang


Director, Network Communications and Economics Labs (NCEL)
Director, Master of Science Program
Department of Information Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

IEEE Fellow
IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer
Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher in Computer Science

Editor, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
Editor, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
Editor, IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering
Editor, IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking
Chair, IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Cognitive Networks (TCCN)

Email: jwhuang [at] ie dot cuhk dot edu dot hk
Office: Ho Sin-Hang Engineering Building Room 718, CUHK (Directions)

My Profiles: Google Scholar, ResearcherID, DBLP, LinkedIn, Twitter
NCEL WeChat Public Account: ncel_cuhk (QR code)


    Wireless Network Pricing    Economics of Database-Assisted Spectrum Sharing    MAPEL    CVNO Games    Social Cognitive Radio Networks    Economics of Database-Assisted Spectrum Sharing    

  • My half-day tutorials (click images for details). The tutorial on "How Do We Play Games" has been translated into Chinese by NetEase Open Course.

    How Do We Play Games   CVNO Games    MDO   MDO   MDO   MDO


Research Awards

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  • [New] Lead Guest Editor of IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, Special Issue on "Economics of Modern Networks". Extended (hard) submission deadline October 1, 2018.
  • Deliver an invited talk on "Economic Thinking of Communication Networks" in IEEE ICCC in Beijing.
  • Meng Zhang and Zhiyuan Wang received the support of CUHK Global Scholarship For Research Excellence for their 6-month exchange visit at Princeton University and Yale University.
  • Deliver 7 IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lectures in University of Southern California, University of Texas at Dallas, University of Victoria, University of British Columbia, Northwestern University, University of California Berkeley, and IEEE ComSoc San Francisco Chapter.
  • Three papers accepted by ACM Mobihoc 2018 (acceptance rate 17%).
  • Serve as Guest Professor of School of Information Science and Engineering of Southeast University.
  • Serve as an Editor of IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.
  • Call for contributions to Wiley's new book on "Fog and Fognomics". Deadline: Jan. 2015, 2018.

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