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18 January 2021
Prof. Dr. Xianbin Wang Appointed Section Editor-in-Chief of “Communications” in Sensors

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Xianbin Wang has been appointed as Section Editor-in-Chief of the “Communications” Section of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).

Dr. Xianbin Wang is a Full Professor and Tier-1 Canada Research Chair in 5G and Wireless IoT Communications at the Western University (The University of Western Ontario), Canada. His current research interests are focused on 5G and beyond/6G, intelligent wireless communications, wireless security, machine-learning, and the Internet-of-Things. The activities of his research team have led to the publication of more than 400 highly cited publications and over 30 patents.

Dr. Wang is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the Engineering Institute of Canada, and the of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He has served as Editor/Associate Editor/Guest Editor for over ten journals, including IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting and IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. He was involved in numerous conferences including IEEE ICC, GLOBECOM, WCNC, VTC, CCECE, CWIT and PIMRC, assuming roles such as the technical program co-chair, symposium chair, track chair, tutorial instructor, session chair and keynote speaker. Dr. Wang has been nominated as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer several times during the last ten years.

We warmly welcome Prof. Dr. Xianbinin Wang in taking up his role as Section Editor-in-Chief and we look forward to him leading Sensors to achieve many more milestones.


Name: Prof. Xianbin Wang

Email: [email protected]

Affiliation: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Western University, London, Ontario CANADA N6A 5B9

Interests: 5G/6G; IoT; intelligent wireless communications; communication security; AI/machine learning; NOMA/MIMO/OFDM; locationing technologies; collaborative computing


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