Shuguang (Robert) Cui, Ph.D (Stanford’05), IEEE Fellow
Child Family Endowed Chair Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
One Shields Avenue, 3131 Kemper Hall
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
Data driven large-scale information analysis and system design, including distributed signal processing, large scale data analysis, data driven wireless system design, and cognitive network optimization.
Major Awards and Honors:
2016: Child Family Endowed Professorship.
2016: Elected to the list of Highly Cited Researchers by Thomson Reuters.
2015: Elected as an IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer.
2015: Elected as a TAMU TEES Fellow for excellence in research, teaching, and service.
2014: Elected to the list of Highly Cited Researchers by Thomson Reuters.
2014: Elected to the list of World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds by ScienceWatch.
2014: Texas A&M University ECE Outstanding Faculty Award.
2014: Texas A&M University Engineering School Contribution Award.
2013: Elevation to IEEE Fellow (within 8 years after Ph.D, one of the quickest in IEEE history).
2013: The prestigious IEEE 2012 Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award.
2005~Present: 8 NSF grant awards; 6 DoD grant awards.
2004~Present: Over 11,000 citations; 8 journal papers as the top 10 most highly cited papers among the ones published over the same periods in the respective journals (one ranked 1st and three ranked 2nd, according to data of 2/16/2014 for Web of Science).
2011: TAMU TEES Select Young Faculty Fellow for outstanding research performance.
2009: The best paper award at the International Conference on Wireless Communications and Signal Processing, Nanjing, China.
2007: The best paper award at the Second International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks and Communications, Orlando, FL.