2023 Member-at-Large - Asia/Pacific Region Candidate
Over 15 years, I have been serving ComSoc and its Members in various functions including as Editor-in-Chief, TPC Co-Chair of conferences, and Member of the ComSoc Fellow Evaluation Committee. I would like to use the experience to build stronger and more inclusive ComSoc. If elected, I will dedicate my effort to
- Provide additional venues for new disruptive technology initiatives (e.g. new conference tracks, special issues/sections, journals) and incorporate social media as tools to disseminate technological and professional information for ComSoc members
- Further improve industry involvement and support to conferences, publications, committees, and boards (e.g., industry perspectives, technology panels, and conference organizers)
- Promote diversity (including age, gender, and region) within ComSoc
- Improve the high-quality standard of ComSoc technical events, conferences, and publications, and make them more accessible by encouraging open access and facilitating low-cost online participations
- Introduce more venues for interdisciplinary researches and bridges among ComSoc and other IEEE societies.
Dusit Niyato is currently a President's Chair Professor in Computer Science and Engineering in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Manitoba, Canada in 2008. Dusit's research interests are in the areas of distributed collaborative machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), edge intelligent metaverse, mobile and distributed computing, and wireless networks. Dusit won IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize Paper Award and a number of best paper awards including IEEE WCNC and ICC. Currently, Dusit is serving as Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, editor of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, associate editor of IEEE Wireless Communications, and IEEE Network. Dusit is serving as the ComSoc Fellow Evaluation Committee member. He was ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer. He was named the 2017-2022 highly cited researcher in computer science.