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Three alumni elected as IEEE Fellow in 2024


    On November 22, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) released the list of new IEEE Fellows, and three alumni of the School of Computer Science of Zhejiang University, Li Jie, Xu Wenyuan, and Shen Jianbing, were selected as 2024 IEEE Fellows.

Li Jie

In recognition of his contribution to network system performance and management


Li Jie, who graduated from the College of Computer Science and Technology at Zhejiang University with a bachelor's degree, is currently a chair professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, director of the Blockchain Research Center at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and a foreign academician of the Japanese Academy of Engineering. His main research areas include big data, AI, blockchain, cloud computing, information system architecture, and security. He is the Co-Chair of the International IEEE Big Data Technical Committee, the Founding Chairman of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Big Data, a member of the IEEE Big Data Standards Committee, and an editorial board member for multiple IEEE Trans and Journals.

Research outcomes have been published in over 400 academic papers in international journals and conferences such as IEEE Trans. on Computers, IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Internet of Things (IoT) Journal, IEEE Trans. on Cloud Computing, and Big Data Mining and Analytics. He has edited five English academic monographs. He has been honored with the Best Paper Award from the 2017 IEEE Systems Journal, the Outstanding Paper Award from the 2019 Big Data Mining and Analytics Journal, the Best Paper Award from the 2020 International Conference on Mobile, Perceptual, and Networking Systems, the Leading Figure Award for Big Data Science and Technology Communication from the China Association for Science and Technology in 2020, the Excellent Achievement Award from the Second China AI Awards in 2021, and the First Prize from the 2023 Shanghai Science and Technology Awards.


Xu Wenyuan

In recognition of her contribution to automotive security embedded systems


Xu Wenyuan, a graduate with a master's degree from the College of Computer Science and Technology at Zhejiang University, currently holds the position of professor of the College of Electrical Engineering at Zhejiang University and serves as the head of its Department of Systems Science and Engineering. She is a recipient of the 18th China Young Female Scientist Award and the National Outstanding Youth Fund. Xu Wenyuan previously held a tenure-track position at the University of South Carolina in the United States. She is an editorial board member for international academic journals such as IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing and ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security, specializing in the field of Internet of Things (IoT) and information security. Xu Wenyuan co-chaired top four conferences in the field of information security, including USENIX Security 2024, NDSS 2022, and 2023, as well as ACM CCS 2021. Her primary research focuses on IoT security and intelligent sensing system security. She has achieved numerous research results in IoT terminal security, industrial control security, and sensing security. Xu Wenyuan has published over 130 papers in top international journals and conferences in the field of network security, garnering three Best Paper Awards, including the ACM CCS 2017 Best Paper Award. She has received scientific research awards, such as the first prize of the Technological Invention Award of the Chinese Institute of Electronics and the first prize of the Zhejiang Province Science and Technology Progress Award.


Shen Jianbing

In recognition of his contribution to computer vision in the video analysis and visual understanding


Shen Jianbing, a Ph.D. graduate of the College of Computer Science and Technology at Zhejiang University, is currently a professor at the School of Science and Technology at University of Macau. His primary research interests encompass computer vision, smart healthcare, deep learning, medical image analysis, visual language models, computer graphics, and related fields. His research has been published in over 100 papers in internationally renowned conferences and journals, with a single paper receiving over 900 citations (IEEE Trans. Medical Imaging), and numerous papers selected for ESI's highly cited papers. He has conducted visiting research at the University of California, Los Angeles, Purdue University, ETHZ Zurich, Australian National University, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University and other universities. He has served as an editorial board member of many international SCI journals, including IEEE TIP (IF=10.60), a class A journal recommended by CCF, and IEEE TNNLS (IF=10.40).

About IEEE Fellow

IEEE is the United States' Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, an international society of electronic technology and information science engineers. IEEE Fellow, the highest-ranked member of IEEE, is also the highest honor bestowed by IEEE on its members and is recognized as a prestigious accolade and significant career achievement in the academic community. The elected individuals must have made significant contributions to the advancement or application of engineering science and technology, thereby bringing significant value to society. The number of elected members does not exceed 0.1% of the total number of IEEE members in a given year. In recent decades, approximately 300 individuals have been elected as Fellows each year worldwide.

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