In brief, my current research work addresses sustainability based on computing networks, systems and algorithms.
- Communication Networks and Information Systems for Smart Grid, Smart Buildings and Smart Cities
Cities are expanding rapidly, which are consuming more energy and generating more wastes at an alarming rate. The critical issues of sustainability facing in today’s society call for an emerging new breed of information networks that blend with electricity grid, buildings, and environments. We develop novel solutions for improving smart grid, buildings and environments, utilizing advanced communication networks and sensor information processing systems.
- Algorithms and Optimization for Applications of Sustainability
Our society is tackling the new challenges of sustainability. For instance, how do we balance energy supplies and demands in the presence of future uncertainty? How do we allocate scarce resources effectively, despite the growing complexity? We explore the fundamental side of computer algorithms as well as applying them to solve critical problems, such as for smart grid and sustainable mechanisms. New ideas are to be conceived for making smart decisions for a sustainable society.
- Systems and Networks for Intelligent Vehicles and Transportation
Modern transportation systems and automobiles are experiencing a tremendous transformation. Vehicles are evolving to be highly intelligent, computerized and network-enabled systems. Recently, there emerges an accelerating convergence of electronics, communications, and information processing technology in vehicles. Merging vehicles with advanced computing systems, we develop the next-generation intelligent vehicles and transportation systems based on innovative ICT solutions.
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