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Shangguang Wang

Associate Professor, IEEE Senior Member

State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology

Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

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Research Interests: Service Computing, Cloud Computing, Edge Computing, and Service Reliability



Shangguang Wang received his PhD degree at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2011. He is an associate professor at the State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology (BUPT). He has published more than 100 papers, and played a key role at many international conferences, such as general chair and PC chair. His research interests include service computing, cloud computing, and mobile edge computing. He is a senior member of the IEEE, and the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Web Science.


Call for Pappers: Applied Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing

Call for Supporting: QOE Center

Call for Papers: Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks

Call for Papers: IEEE ICAC 2017, Columbus, Ohio, USA

Call for Papers: China Communications

Call for Paper: IEEE SERVICES 2017 Applications Track

12 Jun.,2017: Dr. Yunxin Liu of Microsoft Research Asia visisted my lab      13 May.,2017: Prof. Yun Yang of Swinburne University of Technology visit my lab      16-20 Nov, 2016: Prof. MYUNG HO KIM and Prof. KOK-SENG WONG of Soongsil University, South Korea visit my lab      12 Nov.,2016: IEEE Fellow, Prof. Stephen S. Yau of Arizona State University visit my lab      20 Apr.,2016: IEEE Fellow, Prof.Rajkumar Buyya of University of Melbourne visited my lab      11 Mar.,2016: IEEE Fellow, Huawei CTO Dr. Wu Chou visted my lab      22 Jan.,2016: IEEE Fellow, Prof. Stephen S. Yau of Arizona State University visted my lab      12 Jan.,2016: Prof. Song Guo of University of Aizu Visited my lab      5 Jan.,2016: IEEE Fellow, Prof. Calton Pu of Georgia Institude of Technology visited my lab      4 Dec.,2015: Dr.Chin-Yew Lin of Microsoft Research Asia visited my lab      16 Nov.,2015: Dr.Rong Chang of IBM visisted my lab