Prof. James KWOK and former PhD graduate Prof. Jiangchuan LIU elevated to IEEE Fellow
Prof. James Kwok was elevated for his contributions to computational algorithms for kernel methods and Prof. Liu was elevated for his contributions to multimedia communications and content distribution over the internet.
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Congratulations to Prof. Kwok and Prof. Liu!