Yi Qian recognized at 2019 IEEE Conference in Shanghai, China
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Yi Qian, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was recognized at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Communications in May in Shanghai, China for being named an IEEE Fellow in late 2018. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Wireless Communications and was honored for his impactful contributions to the fields of wireless communication networks and smart grid communication architecture.
In August 2018, Qian participated in the IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer Tour, visiting chapters in Chile, Bolivia and Peru. His topics included “Security for 5G Wireless Networks” and “Smart Grid Communication Infrastructures.” The lectures were scheduled to motivate attendees internationally to maintain IEEE involvement in schools and throughout their careers.
He also served as a keynote speaker at the INTERCON 2018 Conference at San Marcos National University in Peru.
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