With research interests that include networking, wireless sensor networks, multimedia communication, network and information security, software engineering and programming, embedded sensory system, biomedical computing, and pattern recognition, over 100 published papers and 30 publication in prestigious IEEE journals, Prof. Honggang Wang is an assistant professor at UMass Dartmouth and is an affiliated faculty member of Advanced Telecommunications Engineering Laboratory at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Prof. Wang will be the General Chair of the 8th International Conference on Mobile Multimedia Communications, MOBIMEDIA 2015. Prof. Wang answers three questions related to the conference itself and the developments in visual computing and mobile computing.
As General Chair of MOBIMEDIA 2015, which big questions about processing and delivery of multimedia contents do you expect to emerge from the conference?
Can multimedia contents be smoothly distributed anytime, anywhere to users to meet their Quality of Experience requirements in an energy efficient manner?
What should we expect from the latest developments in Visual Computing and content sharing?
The development of Visual computing and content sharing will enable many exciting multimedia applications of cloud, Internet of Things and Big Data.
What is the main contribution that research can bring to the current debate on privacy and security in mobile computing?
In recent years, privacy and security issues in Mobile computing have been raised by many mobile applications such as mobile healthcare. The solutions offered by the research target at the minimizing the security risk and maximize the privacy protections to users while keeping the resource and cost efficiency of mobile computing.