Huijuan Wang is currently an Associate Professor in the Multimedia Computing Group at Delft University of Technology. She was born in Harbin, China. She graduated and received her M.Sc. degree (cum laude) in Electrical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, in 2005. She obtained her Ph.D. degree (cum laude) in 2009 at the same faculty. She has been a visiting scientist at Boston University (Department of Physics, hosted by Prof. H. Eugene Stanley) since August 2011 and at Stanford University (Department of Electrical Engineering, hosted by Prof. Stephen P. Boyd) for the period April-August 2015. More about her can be found in her CV.
- Data driven modelling of dynamic processes such as viral spreading, opinion interactions, behaviour contagion and cascading failures on interdependent, multi-layer networks. AI Networking.
- Targeting Problems: Analysis, Prediction and Control of e.g. information/disease/failure propagation and social/financial contagion.
- Application domains range from critical infrastructures, technological and social networks, recommender systems, economical systems to brain networks.
Community and Teaching Services (selected)
- Co-Founder and Co-Chair of Dutch Network Science Society
- Chair of Netherlands Platform of Complex Systems
- Board Member of The Network Science Society
- Editorial Board Member of Scientific Report by Nature
- Chair of Board of Examiners Computer Science and Embedded Systems
- Responsible teacher of Bachelor Software Projects (CSE2000) and master course Modelling and Data Analysis in Complex Networks (CS4195)
My publications can be found here.