Honggang Wang, IEEE Fellow, AAIA Fellow
Professor and Founding Chair
Department of Graduate Computer Science and Engineering
Katz School of Science and Health
EiC of IEEE Internet of Things (IoT) Journal (2020-2022) IF: 10.238
Dr. Honggang Wang is the Founding Department Chair and Professor of the Department of Graduate Computer Science and Engineering, Katz School of Science and Health, Yeshiva University in New York City. He was a professor and the “Scholar of The Year” (2016) at UMass Dartmouth (UMassD). He was early promoted to full professor at UMassD in 2020. He is an alumnus of NAE Frontiers of Engineering program. He has graduated 30 MS/Ph.D. students and produced high-quality publications in prestigious journals and conferences in his research areas, winning several prestigious best paper awards. His research interests include Internet of Things and its applications in health and transportation (e.g., autonomous vehicles) domains, Machine Learning and Big Data, Multimedia and Cyber Security, Smart and Connected Health, Wireless Networks and Multimedia Communications. He is an IEEE distinguished lecturer and a Fellow of IEEE and AAIA (Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association). He has also been serving as the Editor in Chief (EiC) for IEEE Internet of Things Journal (5 Year Impact Factor: 11.7) since 2020. He was the past Chair (2018-2020) of IEEE Multimedia Communications Technical Committee and the IEEE eHealth Technical Committee Chair (2020-2021).