2020/11: Invited talk by AIRS with title “Buy from your neighbors (slides here)”
2020/09: New research project on federated learning is funded by TL@SUTD.
2020/1: Talk at CUHK-SZ (Slides here)
2019/6: Invited talk at Frontiers of Networks workshop
2019/5: AoI economics talk at Paris University at Sud. [Slides here]
2019/5: UAV economics talk at INFOCOM. [Slides here]
2019/5: Learning economics talk at INFOCOM [Slides here]
2019/3: Economics of AoI paper to appear in MobiHoc 2019
2019/1: facility location paper to appear in AAMAS 2019
2018/12: 2 papers to appear in INFOCOM 2019
2018/11: serve Guest Editor of IEEE TCCN Special Issue
2018/9: CFP: ICC 2019 Cognitive Radios and Networks Symposium
2018/6: 2 papers to present in NetEcon 2018
2018/5: eco-UAV to read in arxiv.org/abs/1805.08357
2018/1: Long Service Award at SUTD
2017/10: 4 papers to present in GLOBECOM 2017
2017/8: Co-Chair of Cognitive Radio and Networks Symposium of IEEE ICC 2019
2017/7: Workshop Co-Chair of IEEE WiOPT 2018
2017/6: IEEE Senior Member elevation
2017/1: Serve Editor of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
2017/1: Received 2016 SUTD Awards – Excellence in Research
2016/12: 2017 VTC Track Chair in Future Trends and Emerging Technologies track.
2016/6: Prof. Kang Shin visited NEOL
2016: Serve Guest Editor of JSAC
2016/5: Serve WCNC 2017 Publicity Co-chair
2016/4: Serve INFOCOM 2017 TPC member
2016/3: Serve Guest editor of IEEE Wireless Communications about special issue about green networking and computing in 5G. [CFP]
2016/1: serve Editor of IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (COMST) with 2015 impact factor 9.22
2016/1: Prof. Nirwan Ansari from NJIT visited NEOL
2015/11: Program co-chair of INFOCOM’16 Green Workshop GSNC
2015/10: Received 10th Asia-Pacific Outstanding Young Researcher Award from IEEE Communications Society
Lingjie Duan is an Associate Professor in the Engineering Systems and Design Pillar at Singapore University of Technology and Design. He received Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2012. During 2011, he was a visiting scholar in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at University of California at Berkeley.
Lingjie Duan has been actively working and contributing to the interdisciplinary research field combining telecommunications and microeconomics. He has used optimization theory and game theory extensively as both modeling languages and solution tools to study the cooperative or competitive interplay among various parties in communications and networking. He received the 2016 SUTD Excellence in Research Award. He received the 10th IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Outstanding Young Researcher Award in 2015. He also received the Hong Kong Young Scientist Award 2014 (Finalist under Engineering Science track). He has many highly-cited top publications including 5 ESI Highly Cited Papers and his works on network economics attract ever-increasing attention from academia and industry. He is in the Editorial Board of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (TWC), IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (COMST), and IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (SWAT Team). He also serves as a Program Co-Chair of IEEE INFOCOM’2014 GCCCN Workshop, a Co-Chair of IEEE ICCS’2014 special session on Economic Theory and Communication Networks, and a Co-Chair of Wireless Communications Systems (WCS) Syposium of IEEE ICCC 2015. He also serves as the guest editor of IEEE Wireless Communications and Mobile Information Systems, and he is a technical program committee (TPC) member of many leading conferences in communications and networking (e.g., ACM MobiHoc, IEEE INFOCOM, SECON, ICC, GLOBECOM and NetEcon). Besides, he is also an Admissions Committee Member of the MIT-SUTD Dual Masters’ Programme.