BiographyDr. Jinsong Wu is the founder and founding chair of Technical Subcommittee on Green Communications and Computing (TSCGCC), IEEE Communications Society. He is the Vice-Chair, Track on Green Communication Systems and Networks, the Selected Areas in Communications Symposium, IEEE GLOBECOM 2012. Dr. Wu was the proposer and moderator of Panel on Green Communications and Compuing of IEEE INFOCOM 2012, ICC 2012, and GLOBECOM 2012. He is one of the Technical Program Committee Co-Chairs, 2012 IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications. He is the leading editor of the comprehensive CRC Press book, entitled “Green Communications: Theoretical Fundamentals, Algorithms, and Applications”. He obtained Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. Since 2010, he has worked as a Research Scientist in Bell Laboratories, Shanghai, China. He has held research and development positions relevant to communications engineering in Nortel Networks Canada, Philips Research USA, and Sprint-Nextel USA. His recent research interests lie in general communications theory, signal processing and networking, green communications and computing, virtulization, cognitive networks, space-time-frequency processing and coding, cooperative communications, multimedia communications and quality of service, iterative decoding or processing, communication optimization, and network protocols with applications. He has served as technical program committee members in 33 main international conferences relevant to communications engineering, such as IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE ICC, IEEE VTC, IEEE WCNC, IEEE CCNC, IEEE PIMRC, IEEE ISCIT, iCOST, WAC, and FutureTech. He currently is an IEEE Senior Member.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Green communications and computing, smart grids communications, software defined networking, cloud computing and communications, cyber-physical systems, communications/information theory and signal processing, cooperative (relay) communications, multi-hop/mesh wireless networks, cognitive radio, space time MIMO processing/coding, multicarrier communications (OFDM/OFDMA), CDMA, optimization for communications systems, protocol design for wireless and wireline networks, channel coding, network coding, communications quality of service.