About Me 📃 CV
Dr. Haoxin Wang (王昊鑫) received his B.S. degree in Control Science and Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, and Ph.D. degree in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of North Carolina-Charlotte.
Dr. Wang is currently a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgia State University (GSU). Prior to joining GSU, Dr. Wang was a research scientist at Toyota Motor North America R&D - InfoTech Labs, leading the Edge Computing Roadmap. Dr. Wang’s current research interests include:
- Mobile Augmented Reality (AR)/ Virtual Reality (VR)
- Sustainable AI
- Digital Twins
- Connected and Automated Vehicles
- Holographic Communication
Our Advanced Mobility & Augmented Intelligence (AMAI) lab is actively looking for high-motivated Ph.D. students. Please refer to this page for details.
[2023-3] Call For Paper Paper submissions are now welcome for our ACM/IEEE Workshop on Digital Twins!
[2023-1] Our paper titled “Metamobility: Connecting Future Mobility with Metaverse” accepted by IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine. Pre-print version
[2023-1] Two papers accepted by IEEE ICC 2023, congrats team!
[2023-1] Call For Paper Paper submissions are now welcome for our IEEE IV 2023 workshop!
[2023-1] Dreamers toward Ph.D. Xiaolong Tu and Hongyu Ke joined AMAI Labs as Ph.D. students. Welcome on-board!
[2023-1] Our paper FAIR: Towards Impartial Resource Allocation for Intelligent Vehicles with Automotive Edge Computing is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles (IF: 5.009).
[2022-12] My PhD student, Yueyang Liu, presented our poster at IEEE/ACM SEC 2022 in Seattle, WA.
[2022-11] Received one-year research fund (Single-PI) from Toyoto Motor North America, Thanks Toyota!
[2022-11] I was invited to give a guest talk on Applying Artificial Intelligence at the Edge: From the Energy Efficiency Perspective at University of Nevada - Las Vegas.
[2022-11] I was invited to give a talk on the weekly seminar of Georgia State University CS Reducing AI’s Carbon Footprint: Edge AI Technologies and Applications.
[2022-11] Our paper Time Efficient Offloading Optimization in Automotive Multi-access Edge Computing Networks Using Mean-Field Games is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (IF: 6.239).
[2022-11] Our paper Love of Variety based Latency Analysis for High Definition Map Updating: Age of Information and Distributional Robust Perspectives is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles (IF: 5.009).
[2022-10] I start to serve as Associate Editor of IEEE Internet of Things Journal (IF: 10.238).
[2022-08] I start to serve as the TPC in IEEE INFOCOM 2023, IEEE MASS 2022, and ICCCN 2023.
[2022-08] I offically join CS department at GSU as an Assistant Professor. Thank you Toyota InfoTech Labs!
- About Me 📃 CV
- ✈️ Travel ✈️
- 🍜 Noodles & Ramen 🍜
- To Be Continued ▶️
✈️ Travel ✈️
Life is about the adventures you take and the memories you make.
🚩 A small goal 🚩 explore 20% of the world with my family 👪 by 2030. 🌎
Travel map - explored 8.82% of the world (updated by June 2022).
Georgia Aquarium - Atlanta, GA.
Musée du Louvre - Paris, France.
Yosemite National Park - CA.
Kart racing wearing a traditional Japanese Kimono - Tokyo, Japan.
🍜 Noodles & Ramen 🍜
As a Lanzhou native, beef noodle is my “Soul Mate”. I tried some Lanzhou noodle restaurants in the USA and Japan. I found some of them are authentic and would love to share with you if you want to give it a shot.
- 👍 馬子禄牛肉面 神保町店: 1 Chome-3-18 Kanda Jinbocho, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0051, Japan
- 👍 Highland Noodles 金城兰州拉面: 1720 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA 95035
I’ve started loving Ramen since I travelled in Japan. Also, it is much easier to find a good Japanese Ramen restaurant in the USA, especially in CA. Two of my best-loved Ramen restaurants:
- 👍 Ramen Hajime: 5229 Stevens Creek Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95051
- 👍 Orenchi Ramen: 3540 Homestead Rd, Santa Clara, CA 95051
Left - Lanzhou beef noodles 🆚 Right - Japanese Ramen