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Dr. Yuanwei Liu named Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA)

This January, Dr. Yuanwei Liu, Senior Lecturer in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, was named as an AAIA Fellow

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Dr Yuanwei Liu was recently named Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA). The AAIA is an academic, non-profit and non-governmental organisation comprised of more than 1,500 academicians worldwide. AAIA fellows are the top researchers, scientists, and entrepreneurs working in AI-related fields. As fellows, they work to promote the development and application of AI through academic research, academic exchanges, science education, science exhibitions, academic conferences, academic publications, summer/winter camps, and other activities.

Commenting on his fellowship, Dr Liu stated: "I am honoured to be recognized as an AAIA fellow. The fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning have proven to be pivotal in advancing next-generation wireless communications, which is the main motivation to launch my SmarT communicAtions Research (STAR) lab. Moving forward, my team and I are eager to persist in the development of cutting-edge and intelligent wireless solutions for 6G and beyond."

Dr Liu is Principal Investigator of STAR LAB@QMUL and a Fellow of the IEEE

The full list of AAIA Fellows can be found at: https://aaia-ai.org/fellows 

 

 

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