Awards

Cengguang Zhang won the Best Application Paper Award at FTL-IJCAI 2021 (paper).

International Workshop on Federated and Transfer Learning for Data Sparsity and Confidentiality in Conjunction with IJCAI 2021 (FTL-IJCAI’21) is held on August 21, 2021. The work of Cengguang Zhang, Junxue Zhang, Di Chai, and Prof. Kai Chen titled Aegis: A Trusted, Automatic and Accurate Verification Framework for Vertical Federated Learning won the best application paper award.

FTL-IJCAI 2021

Zhaoxiong Yang won the Best Student Paper Award at FL-IJCAI 2020 (paper).

The 2nd International Workshop on Federated Machine Learning for User Privacy and Data Confidentiality in conjunction with IJCAI 20 (FL-IJCAI ‘20) is held on January 08, 2021. The work of Zhaoxiong Yang, Dr. Shuihai Hu and Prof. Kai Chen titled FPGA-Based Hardware Accelerator of Homomorphic Encryption for Efficient Federated Learning won the best student paper award.

FL-IJCAI 2020

Qinghe Jing won the Best Student Paper Award at FL-IJCAI 2019 (paper).

The 1st International Workshop on Federated Machine Learning for User Privacy and Data Confidentiality (FML’19) in conjunction with the 28th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-19) on 12th Aug. 2019, to discuss issues like what’s the solution to the data silos among businesses? Given the enhanced regulation on data at home and abroad, what’s the solution to data privacy and security concerns? What’s the status quo of Federated Machine Learning and how to establish an ecosystem for FML in the future?

FL-IJCAI 2019

Xinchen Wan won the Best AI Performance Achievement at the 2019 APAC HPC-AI Competition.

The APAC HPC-AI competition encourages international teams in the APAC region to showcase their HPC and AI expertise in a friendly yet spirited competition that builds critical skills, professional relationships, competitive spirits and lifelong comraderies.

2019 APAC HPC-AI Competition

Hong Zhang won 2016 Google PhD Fellowship

Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. We currently offer Fellowships in Africa, Australia and New Zealand, East Asia, Europe, India, the United States and Canada.

2016 Google PhD Fellowship

Li Chen won 2016 Microsoft Research Asia PhD Fellowship

Over one hundred distinguished PhD candidates from 40 leading research academic institutions in China, Hong Kong SAR, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and Singapore were nominated for the 2016 Microsoft Research Asia fellowships. After evaluating each application, our review committee selected 10 outstanding PhD candidates whose exceptional talent and innovation in computer science-related research identifies them as emerging leaders in the Asia-Pacific region.

2016 Microsoft Research Asia PhD Fellowship

Wei Bai won 2015 Microsoft Research Asia PhD Fellowship

The Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship Program identifies the next generation of research leaders through a unique program that offers a combination of mentorship, research, networking, and academic opportunities to promising young candidates. Since its inception in 1999, the program has awarded 429 outstanding PhD students the Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship honor. Fellows have gone on to become prominent researchers and influential individuals in academia and industry. Fellows earn both a scholarship and enjoy a long-term professional relationship with Microsoft Research Asia, one of the leading computer science research labs in the world. Each winner is offered the opportunity to complete an internship, during which they participate in hands-on, advanced research at Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, China.

2015 Microsoft Research Asia PhD Fellowship