Academic Editor

Wenbing Zhao


My primary expertise is in the field of dependable distributed system where I have published extensively on Byzantine fault tolerance, intrusion tolerance, replication, and distributed consensus. My secondary expertise, which is also what I find extremely exciting currently, is in the field of smart and connected healthcare with particular interest in human motion recognition, human computer interface, computer vision, machine learning, and fuzzy Inference.

Artificial Intelligence Autonomous Systems Computer Networks & Communications Computer Vision Data Mining & Machine Learning Data Science Databases Distributed & Parallel Computing Emerging Technologies Human-Computer Interaction Kinesiology Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing Real-Time & Embedded Systems Security & Privacy World Wide Web & Web Science

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Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Cleveland State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering
I have a great passion for teaching innovation. My unique approach is to incorporate cutting edge technologies in the undergraduate and graduate curricula. The benefits are manifold: It matches the strong student interest in learning application development skills for cutting edge computer technologies. It provides great opportunity for students to learn about real-world software engineering ans well as how to solve multidisciplinary problems. It enhances the breath and depth of the Electrical and Computer Engineering curricula.

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