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Meng Zhang (张萌) is a PhD student in Network Communications and Economics Lab (NCEL) led by Professor Jianwei Huang at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). His current research includes pricing and mechanism design, network economics, and wireless networking, with the applications spanning the wireless power transfer, crowdsourced mobile Internet access, and mobile crowdsensing.
He is currently a visiting student research collaborator (VSRC) at Princeton, under the supervision of Prof. H. Vincent Poor.
E-MAIL: jackeymzhang AT gmail DOT com
Room 825 Ho Sin-Hang Engineering Building , Information Engineering (IE) Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Shatin, Hong Kong, China
[2019.6] Our paper, "Efficient Network Sharing with Asymmetric Constraint Information", is accepted to IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications.
[2019.3] Our paper, "How to Price Fresh Data", is accepted to WiOpt'19.
[2019.3] Our paper, "Hybrid Pricing for Mobile Collaborative Internet", is accepted to IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.
[2018.11] Our paper, "Mechanism Design for Network Utility Maximization with Private Constraint Information", is accepted to IEEE INFOCOM 2019.
[2018.09] I am currently a visiting student research collaborator (VSRC) at Princeton. My program is supported by the Global Scholarship Programme for Research Excellence and the Overseas Research Attachment Programme.
[2018.07] Our paper, "Energy Harvesting for Physical-Layer Security in OFDMA Networks", is selected as an ESI Highly Cited Paper.
[2018.03] Our paper, "Artificial Noise Aided Secrecy Information and Power Transfer in OFDMA Systems", is selected as an ESI Highly Cited Paper.