Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Prince Edward Island

 

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Yingwei Wang
Associate Professor

School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences
Office: Cass 407
Tel : 902 566 0499 Fax: 902 566 0466
E-mail: ywang at upei dot ca

 

 

 

 

Education

Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Waterloo

M.E. Computer Science, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

B.E. Computer Science, Harbin Institute of Technology, China 

Awards

·         Presidential Recognition Award of Merit for Scholarly Endeavours (2016–2017)

·         Annual Merit Award for Outstanding Scholarly Achievement (2016–2017)

Research Highlight

The establishment of Dew Computing.

Technical Contributions to Dew Computing

·         Cloud-dew architecture [40][41][42][60]

·         Dew computing technical descriptions [43][44][47][49][51]

·         WiD, SiD, PiD, and IaD categories [47]

·         Reveal dew computing features through comparisons [44][51][55][61]

·         Modeling of dew computing [51][53][54][55]

·         Formal description of dew computing [62]

·         Dew computing application in blockchains [57][58][60]

·         Dew computing other applications [40][50]

Organizational Contributions to Dew Computing

·         proposed, organized, and hosted DEWCOM 2016 in UPEI; served as Program

Committee Chair and Organizing Committee Chair.

·         helped in organizing DEWCOM 2017 in Croatia; served as Co-Chair and Steering

Committee Member.

·         advocated the establishment of IEEE DewCom STC and served as the major

contact person; appointed as the Chair of IEEE DewCom STC by IEEE Computer

Society on Dec. 20, 2017.

·         organized DEWCOM 2018 in Toronto; served as Co-Chair; edited Proceedings of

The 3rd International Workshop on Dew Computing (DEWCOM 2018).

·         established and collaboratively maintained Dew Computing Research website, which

served the dew computing community as its central hub

·        Other Roles Related to Dew Computing

·         Editor in Chief, OJCC, since Nov. 2018

·         Editorial Board Member, OJDB, since Mar. 2016

·         Editorial Board Member, OJWT, since Mar. 2016

·         Volunteer, Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), since Oct. 10, 2015

·         Member, Internet Society

·         Member, Internet Society Blockchain SIG (Special Interest Group)

·         Member and Volunteer, IEEE and IEEE Computer Society

·         Session Chair, PDPTA 2015, Aug. 2015

Key Contributions to Bioinformatic

·         [37] accessed more than 17,000 times; cited 59 times.

first three authors (including me) contributed equally.

·         [38] accessed more than 14,000 times; cited 37 times.

·         [39] accessed more than 6,000 times.

·         [45] accessed more than 6,000 times; the most influential paper for the Journal.

·         [31] was cited 49 times.

·         high impact on research, industry, government policy making.

·         ISAV/PRV Analyses

·         The Discovery of Genomic Signatures’ Determinants

Research Reflections

·         The International Journal of Cloud Computing and the whole Inderscience Publishers highly rated paper [40]. On September 15, 2015, Inderscience Publishers announced the endeavor of cloud-dew architecture to the science community in the form of a public release. Over 30 media published the news, including some media in Russia, India, Japan, Montenegro, and Colombia. These media are listed here.

Publications

[65] Yingwei Wang, What is Post-cloud Computing?. [preprint]. ResearchGate, Nov. 19, 2018.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31568.35843.

[64] Yingwei Wang, Post-cloud Computing Models: from Cloud to CDEF. [preprint]. Dew

Computing Research, Nov. 2018. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34150.47688.

[63] Yingwei Wang and Karolj Skala, eds. Proceedings of The 3rd International Workshop

on Dew Computing (DEWCOM 2018). IEEE Computer Society Dew Computing Special

Technical Community (DewCom STC). Toronto, Canada: Dew Computing Research,

Oct. 2018. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27229.87522.

[62] Marjan Gusev and Yingwei Wang. “Formal Description of Dew Computing”. In:

Proceedings of The 3rd International Workshop on Dew Computing. Oct. 2018, pp. 8–13.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32263.04006.

[61] Yi Pan, Parimala Thulasiraman, and Yingwei Wang. “Overview of Cloudlet, Fog

Computing, Edge Computing, and Dew Computing”. In: Proceedings of The 3rd

International Workshop on Dew Computing. Oct. 2018, pp. 20–23.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.35618.48326.

[60] Yingwei Wang. “Dewblock: A Blockchain System Based on Dew Computing”.

In: Proceedings of The 3rd International Workshop on Dew Computing. Oct. 2018, pp. 34–38.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30585.31849.

[59] Molly Juliet Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Nick Gayeski, Alexandra Morton, Kurt Beardslee,

Bill McMillan, and Frederick Stephen Kibenge. “Piscine orthoreovirus sequences in

escaped farmed Atlantic salmon in Washington and British Columbia”. submitted to

BMC Veterinary Research. 2018.

[58] Yingwei Wang. The Dewblock Open Source Project. [online]. Aug. 2018.

[57] Yingwei Wang. The Dewblock Website. [online]. Sept. 2018.

[56] Frederick S. Kibenge, Molly J. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Emma Moore, Ashley V.

McKibbon, and Alexandra Morton. A novel salmonid bafinivirus with a putative sixth

protein and wide in-vitro host range. [presentation]. 37th American Society for Virology

Annual Meeting. University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, July 2018.

[55] Yingwei Wang, Karolj Skala, Andy Rindos, Marjan Gusev, Shuhui Yang, and Yi

Pan. “Dew Computing and Transition of Internet Computing Paradigms”. In: ZTE

Communications 15.4 (2017), pp. 30–37.

[54] Yingwei Wang. “The Theory and Applications of Dew Computing”. In: Proceedings

of the 27th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software

Engineering. CASCON’17. Markham, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 2017, pp. 317–317.

[53] Yingwei Wang. An Attempt to Model Dew Computing. [oral presentation]. The 2nd

International Workshop on Dew Computing. Opatija, Croatia, May 2017.

[52] Molly J. T. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Alexandra Morton, Richard Routledge, and

Frederick S. B. Kibenge. “Formal comment on: Piscine reovirus: Genomic and molecular

phylogenetic analysis from farmed and wild salmonids collected on the Canada/US

Pacific Coast”. In: PLoS ONE 12.11 (2017).

[51] Andy Rindos and Yingwei Wang. “Dew Computing: The Complementary Piece of

Cloud Computing”. In: Big Data and Cloud Computing (BDCloud), Social Computing

and Networking (SocialCom), Sustainable Computing and Communications

(SustainCom)(BDCloud-SocialCom-SustainCom), 2016 IEEE International Conferences

on. IEEE. 2016, 15–20.

[50] Yingwei Wang and David LeBlanc. “Integrating SaaS and SaaP with Dew Computing”.

In: Big Data and Cloud Computing (BDCloud), Social Computing and Networking

(SocialCom), Sustainable Computing and Communications (SustainCom)(BDCloud-

SocialCom-SustainCom), 2016 IEEE International Conferences on. IEEE. 2016, 590–594.

[49] Yingwei Wang. Exploration and Comparison on the Definitions of Dew Computing.

[oral presentation]. IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section Communications Society Chapter.

Charlottetown, Canada, July 2016.

[48] Frederick S. Kibenge, Marcos G. Godoy, Molly J. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Rudy

Suarez, Camila Leiva, and Francisco Vallejos. Genetic Diversity of Piscine Orthoreovirus.

[presentation]. 35th American Society for Virology Annual Meeting. Virginia Tech,

Blacksburg, Virginia, June 2016.

[47] Yingwei Wang. “Definition and Categorization of Dew Computing”. In: Open Journal

of Cloud Computing (OJCC) 3.1 (2016), pp. 1–7.

[46] Marcos G. Godoy, Molly J. T. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Rudy Suarez, Camila Leiva,

Francisco Vallejos, and Frederick S. B. Kibenge. “First description of clinical presentation

of piscine orthoreovirus (PRV) infections in salmonid aquaculture in Chile and

identification of a second genotype (Genotype II) of PRV”. In: Virology Journal 13.98 (2016).

[45] Molly Juliet Kibenge, Tokinori Iwamoto, Yingwei Wang, Alexandra Morton, Richard

Routledge, and Frederick Stephen Kibenge. “Discovery of variant infectious salmon

anaemia virus (ISAV) of European genotype in British Columbia, Canada”. In: Virology

Journal 13.3 (Jan. 2016). DOI:10.1186/s12985-015-0459-1.

[44] Yingwei Wang. The Relationships among Cloud Computing, Fog Computing,

and Dew Computing. Dew Computing Research. Nov.12. 2015.

[43] Yingwei Wang. The Initial Definition of Dew Computing. Dew Computing Research.

Nov.10. 2015.

[42] Yingwei Wang. Cloud-Dew Architecture Experimental Site. [online]. 2015.

[41] Yingwei Wang and Yi Pan. “Cloud-dew architecture : realizing the potential of distributed

database systems in unreliable networks”. In: Proceedings of the 21st International

Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications

(PDPTA 2015). Las Vegas, USA, July 2015, pp. 85–89.

[40] Yingwei Wang. “Cloud-dew architecture”. In: International Journal of Cloud Computing

4.3 (2015), pp. 199–210.

[39] Marcos G Godoy, Rudy Suarez, Eduardo S Lazo, Katerina O Llegues, Molly JT Kibenge,

Yingwei Wang, and Frederick SB Kibenge. “Genetic analysis and comparative virulence

of Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus (ISAV) types HPR7a and HPR7b from recent field

outbreaks in Chile”. In: Virology Journal 11.204 (2014). DOI:10.1186/s12985-014-

0204-1, (Highly Accessed).

[38] Molly J.T Kibenge, Tokinori Iwamoto, Yingwei Wang, Alexandra Morton, Marcos G

Godoy, and Frederick S.B Kibenge. “Whole-genome analysis of piscine reovirus (PRV)

shows PRV represents a new genus in family Reoviridae and its genome segment

S1 sequences group it into two separate sub-genotypes”. In: Virology Journal 10.230

(2013). DOI:10.1186/1743-422X-10-230, (Highly Accessed).

[37] Frederick SB Kibenge, Marcos G Godoy, Yingwei Wang, Molly JT Kibenge, Valentina

Gherardelli, Soledad Mansilla, Angelica Lisperger, Miguel Jarpa, Geraldine Larroquete,

Fernando Avendano, Marcela Lara, and Alicia Gallardo. “Infectious salmon anaemia

virus (ISAV) isolated from the ISA disease outbreaks in Chile diverged from ISAV

isolates from Norway around 1996 and was disseminated around 2005, based on

surface glycoprotein gene sequences”. In: Virology Journal 6.88 (2009). The first three

co-authors are equal contributors, DOI: 10.1186/1743-422X-6-88, (Highly Accessed).

[36] Frederick S.B. Kibenge, Molly J.T. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Biao Qian, Shebel Hariharan,

and Sandi McGeachy. “Mapping of putative virulence motifs on infectious salmon

anemia virus surface glycoprotein genes”. In: Journal of General Virology 88 (2007),

pp. 3100–3111.

[35] Frederick S.B. Kibenge, Molly J.T. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Biao Qian, Shebel Hariharan,

and Sandi McGeachy. “Molecular Correlates Of ISAV Virulence”. In: the 32nd

Annual Eastern Fish Health Workshop. Gettysburg, PA, June 2007.

[34] Frederick S.B. Kibenge, Molly J.T. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Biao Qian, Shebel Hariharan,

and Sandi McGeachy. “Correlates of Virulence of Infectious Salmon Anaemia

Virus”. In: OIE Global Conference on Aquatic Animal Health. Bergen, Norway, Oct. 2006.

[33] Molly J.T. Kibenge, Yingwei Wang, Biao Qian, Sandi McGeachy, and Frederick S.B.

Kibenge. “Virulence Phenotypes of Infectious Salmon Anaemia Virus (ISAV)”. In: 5th

International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health. San Francisco, California, USA,

Sept. 2006.

[32] Yingwei Wang, Lawrence Hale, Kathleen Hill, and Shiva Singh. “Mining invariants in

biological sequences”. In: Data Mining in Life Sciences (DMLS2006). Leipzip, Germany,

July 2006, pp. 111–118.

[31] Yingwei Wang, Kathleen Hill, Shiva Singh, and Lila Kari. “The Spectrum of Genomic

Signatures: from Dinucleotides to Chaos Game Representation”. In: GENE 346 (2005),

pp. 173–185.

[30] Yingwei Wang. “Binary One Algorithm: Retrieving High-Frequency Words in Linear

Time and Logarithmic Space”. PhD thesis. Waterloo, Canada: School of Computer

Science, University of Waterloo, Mar. 2003.

[29] Yingwei Wang and Nick Cercone. “Fast Searches in a Recommendation Session”. In:

Mathematical and Computer Modelling 36 (2002), pp. 1265–1274.

[28] Yingwei Wang and Nick Cercone. “Head-Snapshot: A Fast High-Frequency-Word

Retrieval Algorithm”. In: Proc. of the IASTED International Conference on Artificial

Intelligence and Soft Computing (ASC 2002). Banff, Canada, 2002, pp. 336–341.

[27] Yingwei Wang and Nick Cercone. “Collections, Collection Exemplars, and the

Exemplification Algorithm”. In: Proc. of the 2001 Conference of the Pacific Association for

Computational Linguistics. Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan, 2001, pp. 292–297.

[26] Yingwei Wang. “A Learning-based Chinese Dictionary Self-Expansion Algorithm”. In:

Computers and Languages 19 (1998). in Chinese, pp. 188–195.

[25] Yingwei Wang. “A Chinese Word Recognition Algorithm”. In: Chinese Linguistics 25

(1997). in Chinese, pp. 537–544.

[24] YingweiWang. “A New Algorithm useful in Chinese Script Recognition Post-Processing”.

In: Computers and Languages 18 (1997). in Chinese, pp. 128–134.

[23] Yingwei Wang and Xiaofei Xu. “The Integration of MRP–II and MIS”. In: CIMS

Communications 2 (1997). in Chinese, pp. 32–37.

[22] Yingwei Wang, Dezhang Liu, Dechen Zhan, and Jinghui Shi. Qiqihar Machine Tool

Works Computer Integrated Manufacturing System Specification. Tech. rep. in Chinese.

Harbin, China: Harbin Institute of Technology, Oct. 1997.

[21] Dafei Gao and Yingwei Wang. Questions and Answers for Windows NT. ISBN 7-115-

06347-8/TP386, in Chinese. Beijing, China: China Post and Communication Press,

Feb. 1997.

[20] Yingwei Wang. “Chinese Script Description Code and its Application in Chinese Script

Recognition”. In: Computers and Languages 17 (1996). in Chinese, pp. 296–301.

[19] Yingwei Wang and Dafei Gao. “The Design and Implentation of a Blueprint Database”.

In: Computer Applications 15 (1996). in Chinese, pp. 321–326.

[18] Yingwei Wang and Dafei Gao. Changchun First Mobil Works Product–Design Supporting

System User Manual. Tech. rep. in Chinese. Harbin, China: Harbin Institute of

Technology, Apr. 1996.

[17] Yingwei Wang and Kaizhu Wang. “Flexible Grammar and its application in Chinese

Processing”. In: Computers and Languages 16 (1995). in Chinese, pp. 680–686.

[16] Yingwei Wang. “Device Management Subsystem”. In: Chief–Executive Information

System Manual. Ed. by Wansheng Yao. in Chinese. Yichang, China: Three Gorge

Project Information Centre, Mar. 1995.

[15] Yingwei Wang. “Device Management in the Chief-Executive Information System”. In:

The Three Gorge Project Research 4 (1994). in Chinese, pp. 472–477.

[14] Xiaolong Wang and Yingwei Wang. “Machine Learning in Pinyin-Character Translation”.

In: The Chinese Journal of Computers 5 (1993). in Chinese, pp. 370–377.

[13] Yingwei Wang. “The Structure of A User Trap Handler”. In: Computer Engineering

and Applications 17 (1992). in Chinese, pp. 152–156.

[12] Junlin Chen and Yingwei Wang. “Semaphor Management and Intergroup Task

Communications”. In: Computer Engineering and Applications 16 (1991). in Chinese,

pp. 109–115.

[11] Yingwei Wang. “The Characteristics of Chinese in terms of Natural Language

Understanding”. In: Computers and Languages 11 (1990). in Chinese, pp. 288–293.

[10] Kaizhu Wang and Yingwei Wang. Guide to Prepare Computer Proficiency Test. ISBN

7-5388-1273-3/TP23, in Chinese. Harbin, China: Heilongjiang Science and Technology

Press, Aug. 1990.

[9] Yingwei Wang, Yin Feng, and Kaizhu Wang. “The Comparison between Machine

Learning Approach and Statistical Approach in Chinese Automatic Understanding”. In:

Chinese Linguistics 17 (1989). in Chinese, pp. 207–213.

[8] Yingwei Wang and Yin Feng. “An Experimental Chinese Automatic Understanding

System: CQAES-I”. In: Research on Oriental Languages 9 (1988). in Chinese, pp. 69–75.

[7] Yingwei Wang. “Research on Chinese Automatic Understanding”. in Chinese. MA thesis.

Harbin, China: Department of Computer Science, Harbin Institute of Technology, 1987.

[6] Yin Feng, Yingwei Wang, and Kaizhu Wang. CQAES–I User Manual. Tech. rep. in

Chinese. Harbin, China: Harbin Institute of Technology, Feb. 1987.

[5] Hong Wang and Yingwei Wang. “The Design and Implementation of the DPS–6

Disassembler”. In: Computer Engineering and Applications 11 (1986). in Chinese,

pp. 97–102.

[4] Yingwei Wang and Butong Zhang. “A Expansion Method for DPS–6 Micro Functions”.

In: Computer Engineering and Applications 11 (1986). in Chinese, pp. 23–30.

[3] Yingwei Wang and Kaizhu Wang. “The Description of HIT–PROLOG Interpreter”.

In: Proc. of the 1st Conference of AI and PR Committee of China Computer Federation(

CCF). in Chinese. Taiyuan, Shanxi, China, 1986, pp. 88–95.

[2] Yingwei Wang. HIT–PROLOG Specification. Tech. rep. in Chinese. Harbin, China:

Harbin Institute of Technology, Jan. 1986.

[1] Yingwei Wang. “Macro Expansion Method”. In: The Analysis and Expansion of GCOS

MOD400. Ed. by Kaizhu Wang. in Chinese. Harbin, China: Harbin Institute of Technology,

May 1985.

 

Teaching

Fall 2018

CS-2060 Web Development and Programming

CS-3220/BIO-3220 Introduction to Bioinformatics

CS-4060 Cloud Computing

Winter 2019

On Sabbatical

Teaching Profile

Services

·         School Program Committee (2016 to 2017)

·         School Faculty Association Representative (2016 to 2017)

·         School Science Fair Liaison (2016 to 2017)

·         School Department Review Committee (2016 to 2017)

·         School Honors Committee (Winter 2016)

·         Department Program Committee (2004 to 2016)

·         Department Faculty Association Representative (2009 to 2016)

·         Department Honors Committee, many times (2004 to 2016)

·         Judge, Science Atlantic International Collegiate Programming Contest, 2013

·         UPEI team coach, APICS International Collegiate Programming Contest, 2010

·         Department Selection Committees, Department Review Committees, Acting Chair, whenever needed

·         Department Library Coordinator (2004 to 2009)

·         University Internationalization Committee (2004 to 2009)

·         Judge and Captain, Canada-wide Science Fair, 2012

·         Judge, Prince Edward Island Provincial Science Fair (2006 to 2016)

·         Member, Holland College BioScience Technology Advisory Committee (2006 to 2011)

 

 

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