Professor He Named 2018 ACM Fellow

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January 15, 2019

Professor Tian He has been named a 2018 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Fellow.  He has been selected his contributions to wireless networks, sensing systems, and Internet of Things (IoT), areas in which he has made many influential and landmark contributions.

Professor He’s work focuses on effectively and efficiently expanding the current Internet—and its billions of tiny computers that can sense, communicate, control the physical world autonomously. His research helps build the foundation for “smart environments,” which are being used across industries, such as transportation, construction, power and energy, agriculture, and manufacturing.

Professor He joins a distinguished list of ACM members who have been elevated to the Fellow member grade. As the official release states, all 2018 Fellows have helped to “underpin the technologies that define the digital age and great impact our professional and personal lives.”

Professor He will be formally recognized with the honor at ACM’s annual Awards Banquet on June 15, 2019. For a complete list of this year’s ACM Fellows, please visit the ACM website.

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