Song Guo is a full professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He also holds a
Changjiang Chair Professorship. His research interests are mainly in edge AI, 6G, big data and cloud computing, mobile computing, and distributed systems. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Member of Academia Europaea, and Fellow of the IEEE.
Prof. Guo demonstrated a new machine-learning paradigm, Edge Learning, for training and inference at the edge. His research is characterized by both theoretical rigor and experimental and system thoroughness. He has named to the Web of Science Global Highly Cited Researchers consistently. His accomplishments are evidenced by foundational and technical breakthroughs in research and great commercial successes in industry. Guo’s technical contributions have been evidenced quantitatively on the basis of more than 500 peer-reviewed publications in premier journals/conferences, tens of granted patents, and numerous professional awards. He received over a dozen Best Paper Awards from IEEE/ACM conferences, journals and technical committees. He is also the recipient of Gold Medal in 2023 Geneva Inventions Expo and Intellectual Property Ambassador Award in 2020 Hong
Kong Social Enterprise Competition.
Prof. Guo has served on IEEE Fellow Evaluation Committee for both ComSoc and Computer Society. He is the founding and current Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Open Journal of the Computer Society and a member of Steering Committee of IEEE TCC. Prof. Guo has been named on editorial board of a number of prestigious international journals like IEEE TC, IEEE TPDS, IEEE TCC, IEEE TETC, IEEE TSUSC, ACM Computing Surveys, etc. He has also served as chair of organizing and technical committees of numerous IEEE/ACM conferences and workshops. He has served on RGC engineering panel and been frequently invited for various national and international grant/award reviews.