Our group is recruiting talented crypto natives or video game enthusiasts (perfect if you are both) for M.Phil. and Ph.D. programs. P.S. make sure to enclose your ETH address or ENS in your CV if you are crypto person.
Dr. Wei Cai is currently an assistant professor of Computer Engineering, School of Science and Engineering at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. He is serving as the director of the Human-Cloud Systems Laboratory, as well as the director of the CUHK(SZ)-White Matrix Joint Metaverse Laboratory. Wei received Ph.D., M.Sc. and B.Eng. from The University of British Columbia (UBC), Seoul National University and Xiamen University in 2016, 2011 and 2008, respectively. Before joining CUHK-Shenzhen, he was a postdoctoral research fellow in Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems (WiNMoS) Laboratory at UBC. He has completed research visits at Academia Sinica (Taiwan), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and National Institute of Informatics, Japan. Dr. Cai has co-authored more than 70 journal and conference papers in the area of interactive multimedia, distributed computing, and decentralized systems. His recent research interests are mainly in the topic of human factors in metaverse, including blockchain, digital game, human-computer interaction, Web 3.0, DeFi/GameFi, UGC/AIGC, and computational art. He is serving as an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, Committee Members of China Computer Federation (CCF) Computational Art Committee, Technical Committee on Human-Computer Interaction, and Technical Committee on Blockchain. He was a recipient of the 2015 Chinese Government Award for the Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad, the UBC Doctoral Four-Year-Fellowship from 2011 to 2015, and the Brain Korea 21 Scholarship. He also received the best student paper award from ACM BSCI2019 and the best paper awards from CCF CBC2018, IEEE CloudCom2014, SmartComp2014, and CloudComp2013.
Thesis: On Optimizing Gaming Service Delivery with Cloud
Thesis: A Genetic Algorithm Approach to Multi-Agent Itinerary Planning in Wireless Senor Networks
Thesis: Multi-Interface and Multi-Path Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector Routing Protocol in Wireless Mesh Networks