Dr. Zhensheng Zhang received his Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from UCLA. He has over twenty five years’ experience in design and analysis of network architecture, protocols and control algorithms, of the communication networks. He has worked at Cubic Corporation, Boeing, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, and Columbia University, respectively, focusing on research and development in wireless networks. He has published over 100 technical papers in IEEE Journals and key IEEE conferences (one paper was listed as the top 10 most reading articles from IEEE Communications Society website in 2007). He was one of the IEEE LATINCOM Keynote Speakers (2013); received the IEEE Regional/Area Outstanding Engineer award in 2011, IEEE Fellow 2018.
Director, Membership Service (Comsoc BoG) 2016-2017,
IEEE 5G summit San Diego 2019 General co-Chair,
Member of Comsoc Education and Service Board 2018-2019,
IEEE ICC 2021, Publicity/Marketing Chair,
IEEE San Diego Section Vice chair, Publicity, 2019,
IEEE Region 6 Award Committee Member, 2019,
IEEE Comsoc Distinguished Speaker Program (DSP) talks at DC chapter, Tucson chapter, Chengdu Chapter 2018-2019,
Comsoc Distinguished Lecturers Selection Committee Member (2016-2017),
Globecom 2012 TPC Chair; Globecom 2015 Executive Vice Chair;
Board Member, North America Region (NAR), 2008-2015; 2018-2019;
ICC 2015 TPC vice Chair;
Editor, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2000-2004).
Invited Presentations, Tutorials, Keynotes, etc
Keynote Speaker, IEEE LatinCom 2013
Distinguished Speaker Progam (DSP) talks: San Diego Chapter (8/2018), DC chapter (11/2018), Tucson chapter (1/2019), Chengdu chapter (6/2019) and Phoenix chapter (10/2019).
IEEE ICC 2011, IEEE Globecom 2011, IEEE MILCOM 2011-2014
IEEE MILCOM 2010, San Jose, November 2010
IEEE MILCOM, November, 2008 San Diego, California
NSF Secure Internet Workshop, Leigh University, May 2007
IEEE WCNC07, March 2007, Hong Kong
IEEE MILCOM06, October 2006, Washington DC
ACM Mobicom September 2006, Los Angeles
IEEE MILCOM 2005, October 17, 2005, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
- Cloud computing, fog/edge computing, IoT
- Machine learning based Cognitive radio/networks
- 5G and beyond
- Dynamic spectrum allocation
- Artificial intelligence (AI) based on Delay Tolerant Networks (DTN)