The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has recently announced the induction of 52 Distinguished Members in recognition of their significant contributions to the field of computer science. Among the honorees is Prof. WANG Dan, our Professor, whose exceptional work in data-driven applications and platforms for cyber-physical energy systems has earned him this prestigious distinction.
Prof. WANG’s work contributes to the conversion of our energy systems into information-based decision-making systems. He tackles the challenge issues in cyber-physical energy systems and improves our understanding on how to capture and optimize the behaviors of physical systems, and how to manage the resources, data, and analytics in a unified and efficient way to support data-driven optimization and control. His work has been adopted by industry such as Henderson, Huawei, IBM, COOS, and many others. He won the industry TechConnect Innovation award. Prof. WANG works closely with Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) of the Hong Kong Government and his work supported the Global AI Challenge event in 2022.
ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, selects Distinguished Members based on their career achievements and participation in ACM. Nominees must possess at least 15 years of professional experience in the field, maintain a professional ACM Membership for at least five years within the last decade, and have demonstrated significant accomplishment or impact in their respective domains.