• Research Achievements in AI Accepted by Top Conferences
    Recently, many papers from SIST’s Intelligent Vision Center have been received by four top international artificial intelligence conferences. 2019 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) received seven articles, 2019 Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) received three articles, 2019 International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML)...
  • Shao Ziyu’s Group Publishes Papers in IEEE ICC 2019
    Recently, the 53th IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE ICC 2019) was held in Shanghai, China, attracting almost 3,000 participants including talented scientists, researchers, and industry practitioners from all over the world. With the theme of “Empowering Intelligent Communications,” this flagship conference aims to provide a platform for sharing and demonstrating cutting-edge...
  • Novel Q-Switched Semiconductor Laser Proposed
    IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics
    SIST Assistant Professor Wang Cheng’s group proposed a Q-switched quantum-dot semiconductor laser based on a new physical mechanism in a recent issue of the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, with the title of “Intensity Noise and Pulse Oscillations of an InAs/GaAs Quantum Dot Laser on Germanium.” This laser doesn’t require an absorber section which are required byt conven...
  • Graduation Ready: Xie Zhiqiang, Following Passion
    As one of just the second undergraduate class to graduate from ShanghaiTech, Xie Zhiqiang feels the immense influence he and his classmates have had on the development of the university. “We students shaped something here at the school,” he says with pride. His four years here were about constantly challenging himself and discovering new things. Entering as a freshman, Xie started out as a ...
  • Three Papers Accepted by PESGM 2019
    Recently, three papers from SIST Assistant Professor Liu Yu’s research group were accepted by the 2019 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM), the most prestigious and the largest conference sponsored by IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES).First year graduate student Wang Binglin adopted the dynamic state estimation method to protect the VSC-HVDC transmission lines in the paper ‘V...
  • Rescue Robot Demo Shown at MWC
    Shanghai Institute of Fog Computing Technology ((SHIFT), in cooperation with Intel and iExec, demonstrated smart city service powered by 5G and blockchain at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 on February 25th to 28th in Barcelona. The demo presented a unified and decentralized smart city service platform based on 5G connection and blockchain technology. The robot rescue service developed by SHI...
  • Strain-Mediated Magnetoelectric Coupling Reviewed
    MRS Bulletin
    Recently, SIST Assistant Professor Wu Tao, along with Virginia Tech Professor John Domann, National Chiao Tung University Professor Tien-kan Chung, and UCLA Professor Gregory Carman were invited to write a review paper on strain-mediated magnetoelectric coupling effects. Their paper was published in the MRS BULLETIN journal, with the title ‘Strain-mediated magnetoelectric storage, transmissi...
  • GaN-Based DC/DC Module Proposed
    IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
    Recently, SIST Assistant Professor Fu Minfan proposed a 300W 110V/24V digital DC/DC module based on gallium nitride (GaN) devices. The proposed module can achieve 95.8% peak efficiency and 195 W/inch3 power density, which are much better than the state of the art (Synqor’s module: 91% peak efficiency and 80 W/inch3 power density). Recently, his work on magnetic design and high-frequency digital c...
  • Fog Computing Lab Invited to Speak in UAE
    The IEEE Global Communications Conference, a major event in the network and communications was recently held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with the theme of “Gateway to a Connected World,” attracting 3,000 top scientists, researchers and industry practitioners from all over the world.Two members of Dr. Luo Xiliang’s research group belonging to the Fog Computing Laboratory in the School of ...
  • Personalized Saliency Prediction Map Proposed
    IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
    Recently, School of Information Science and Technology Professor Yu Jingyi and Assistant Professor Gao Shenghua’s research group’s work on personalized saliency detection problem was published online in IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI) in an article titled, ‘Personalized Saliency and Its Prediction.’Nearly all existing visual saliency models so far have fo...
  • E-Vehicle Advanced Power Electronic Converter Proposed
    IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
    Recently, School of Information Science and Technology Assistant Professor Wang Haoyu’s research group proposed a highly efficient LLC resonant topology for plug-in electric vehicle charging applications. Their work, “A Five-Switch Bridge Based Reconfigurable LLC Converter for Deeply-Depleted PEV Charging Applications,” was recently published in IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics.This ...
  • ShanghaiTech Students Win at Hackathon
    Recently Shanghai hosted BitRun Hackathon 48H, a national contest for blockchain technology developers and enthusiasts. Undergraduate and graduate students competed on the blockchain hackathon, and nearly one hundred technology enthusiasts from Zhejiang University, Fudan University, Tongji University and Central University of Finance and Economics, and others took part. After several days, Pyxis, ...
  • SIST Hosts AI Forum at Global VR Conference
    The 2018 World VR Industry Conference was held in Jiangxi from October 19-21. Jointly sponsored by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Jiangxi Province Government, the conference featured 14 sub-forums, including one hosted by SIST on Artificial Intelligence. Ma Yun, chairman of the Board of Directors of 阿里巴巴 Group and George Smoot, Nobel Laureate in Physics, and academician...
  • ShanghaiTech Team Takes Second at AI Competition
    Recently, the Baidu Star Developer Competition, a deep learning algorithm competition for global AI technology enthusiasts was held in Beijing, and a team from ShanghaiTech took the second place to the team from South China University of Technology who won the first prize; competing alongside teams from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Northwestern Polytechnical U...