Dr. Jianping He
Center for Intelligent Wireless Networks and Cooperative Control (IWIN-Center)
Department of Automation, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Jianping He (SM’19) is currently an associate professor in the Department of Automation, and also a research affiliate of Center for Intelligent Wireless Networks and Cooperative Control (IWIN Center) at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He received the Ph.D. degree from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, in 2013, supervised by Prof. Youxian Sun and Prof. Jiming Chen, and had been a research fellow at University of Victoria, Canada, from 2013 to 2017, supervised by Prof. Lin Cai. Dr. He serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE Trans. Control of Network Systems, IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology and KSII Trans. Internet and Information Systems. He was also a Guest Editor of the IEEE TAC, IJRNC, etc. He was the winner of Outstanding Thesis Award, Chinese Association of Automation, 2015. He received the best paper award from IEEE WCSP’17, the best conference papers award from IEEE PESGM’17, the finalist best student paper award from IEEE ICCA’17, and the finalist best conference paper award from IEEE VTC20-FALL.
Students who are interested in working with networked systems — in particular, multi-agent cooperation, robot hardware and algorithm design, distributed optimization and learning, privacy and security of networked systems — are warmly encouraged to apply.
The paper titled “Private and Robust Distributed Nonconvex Optimization via Polynomial Approximation” has been accepted by IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems! All efforts will be paid off. Congratulations...Read More
We are delighted to announce the acceptance of the paper titled “Model-Free Nonlinear Feedback Optimization” by IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (full paper)! Zhiyu He received his master’s degree at...Read More
One paper entitled “Submodularity-based False Data Injection Attack Scheme in Multi-agent Dynamical Systems” has been accepted by Automatica, a TOP journal in the control field. Being recognized by Automatica signifies...Read More