Track 9

Intelligence of System Communication, Control and Reliability

1. Track Chairs:
Prof. Junzhi Yu, Peking University Institute of Ocean Research, China
Assoc. Prof. Li Zhang, University of Leeds, UK
Assoc. Prof. Zhen Li, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, China

2. Track Topics:
Potential topics of interest include but are not limited to:

▪ Intelligent Robot
▪ Intelligent Control
▪ Embedded Vision
▪ Intelligent Electromechanical System
▪ Wireless Communications and Signal Processing
▪ Massive MIMO
▪ mmWave Communications
▪ Heterogeneous Network
▪ D2D Communications
▪ 5G Communications
▪ UAV Network
▪ Internet of Things
▪ Communications of Intelligent UAV Network
▪ Modeling of Intelligent UAV Network with Situation
▪ Interference and Confrontation of UAV Network
▪ System Performance of UAV Network Under Interference and Confrontation
▪ Reliability and Performance of Intelligent UAV Network
▪ Testing of Intelligent UAV Network
▪ Intelligent Analysis of System Reliability
▪ Intelligent Analysis of Software Reliability
▪ Software Testing and Reliability
▪ Intelligence Application in System and Software Reliability
▪ Control Theory and Application
▪ Reliability and Systems Engineering
▪ Signal and Information Processing

3. Introduction of Track Chairs

Track Chair 1: Prof. Junzhi Yu, Peking University Institute of Ocean Research, China
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JunZhi Yu is Boya Distinguished Professor, School of Engineering, Peking University and Head Researcher in State Key Laboratory of Complex System Management and Control, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was Hamburg Scholar of University of Hamburg, Germany. His main research interests include Intelligent Robot, Intelligent Control, Embedded Vision, Intelligent Electromechanical System. He now is IEEE fellow, winner of national fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, leader in scientific and technological innovation of national ten thousand talents program, and selected into the national ten million talents project. He was served as the editorial board of several international journals, including IEEE Transactions on robotics, IEEE / ASME transactions on Mechatronics, biointelligence & biomimetics. He has published more than 100 papers in internationally renowned SCI journals in the field of robotics and automation, including more than 70 papers in IEEE Transactions, won the first prize of Beijing Institute of science and technology (2019), the second prize of the national science and Technology Institute of China, and the second prize of the national science and Technology Institute of China in 2013.

Track Chair 2: Assoc. Prof. Li Zhang, University of Leeds, UK

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Li Zhang is an Associate Professor and leads the Wireless Communication Group at the school of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds, UK. Her research interest is focused on wireless communications and signal processing techniques, such as massive MIMO, mmWave communications, Heterogeneous Network, Device to Device communications and 5G/5G beyond systems etc. She has served on the Technical Programme Committees of most major IEEE conferences in communications since 2006 and is an associate editor of IEEE journal. She has been selected as a member of the prestigious UK EPSRC Peer Review College since 2006, and regularly helps reviewing grant applications for Research councils in a number of European countries and book proposals for different publishers. She has been PhD examiner for numerous Universities. In 2005, she received a Nuffield award for a newly appointed lecturer. In 2006, she became a fellow of Higher Education Academy. In 2011, she was awarded as IEEE exemplary reviewer and in 2012 she was promoted as senior IEEE member.

Track Chair 3: Assoc. Prof. Zhen Li, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, China

Zhen Li received the M.S. degrees in signal and information processing from Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, in 2006 and the Ph.D. degree in aerospace system engineering from Beihang University, Beijing, in 2011. Since 2014, he has been an Assistant Professor. He is the author of more than 20 articles, and has 6 inventions. His research interests include reliability and system engineering, safety engineering, swarm intelligence, resilience and software testing.