IEEE Fellow, Chair Professor Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Professor He has worked in the Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of Missouri for 18 years （2003-2021）. Before leaving, he was the tenured full professor of the department and the Robert Lee Tatum Distinguished Chair Professor. During his work in the United States, he undertook more than ten key research projects of the National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Defense (DoD), and National Institutes of Health (NIH). The current research direction is deep learning, machine vision & artificial intelligence Internet of Things (AIoT). He was selected into the Stanford University's World's Top 2% Scientists Lifelong Science Impact Ranking and the 2019 Science Impact Ranking.
Deep learning, machine learning, computer vision, smart cyber-physical systems; internet of things, multimedia networking, image/video compression