Prof. Dajun Zeng Elected IEEE Fellow
Dec 14, 2015Author:
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Prof. Dajun Zeng has been named an IEEE Fellow recently, enhanced the number of IEEE Fellows in the Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences to seven. Prof. Zeng was elected for his achievement in the field of Collaboration Computing and Security Informatics.


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