Professor Xiaotie Deng is Elected as 2019 IEEE Fellow


Xiaotie Deng, Boya Chair Professor from the Center on Frontiers of Computing Studies, Peking University was elected as 2019 IEEE Fellow for his contributions to computing in partial information and interactive environments.


Photo: Ziran Xia



Professor Deng received his BSc from Tsinghua University, MSc from Chinese Academy of Sciences, and PhD from Stanford University. He taught at the University of Liverpool, City University of Hong Kong and York University. He was an NSERC international fellow at Simon Fraser University. His current research focuses on algorithmic game theory with applications to Internet economics. His work covers online algorithms, parallel algorithms and combinatorial optimization. He was inducted as ACM fellow in recognition of his contribution to the interface of algorithms and game theory.


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