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Hong Jiang

Murray Hill, NJ, USA
Head, Video Analysis Department

Education

Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
M.Math in Applied Math, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada
B.Sc in Mathematics, Southwestern Jiaotong University, Emei, China

Biography

Hong Jiang is a Department Head in Bell Labs. His research interests include signal processing, digital communications, and image and video compression. He invented key algorithms for VSB demodulation and HDTV video processing in the first generation receiver chipset for the North America HDTV ATSC system. He pioneered hierarchical modulation for satellite communication that resulted in the commercialization of video transmission over satellite and made key contributions to applications of the hierarchical modulation in the DVS-SH standard. He led the Bell Labs team that invented the lensless compressive imaging as a new way to record the world around us. He has published more than 70 articles in peer reviewed scientific and engineering journals, and more than 40 U.S. patents in digital communications and video processing.

Research Interests

  • Computational & Algorithmic Sciences
  • Modulation & Multiplexing
  • Wireless Communications

Professional Activities

Guest Editor of IEEE Communications Magazine, 2014

Guest Editor of International Journal of Numerical Analysis & Modeling, Series B, 2016


Selected Articles and Publications

  • Hong Jiang, Gang Huang, Paul Wilford and Liangkai Yu, "Constrained and Preconditioned Stochastic Gradient Method", IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol 63, no 10, 2015, pp 2678-2691.
  • Hong Jiang, Gang Huang, Paul Wilford, "Multi-view in lensless compressive imaging", APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing, vol 3, Jan, 2015, pp 1-10
  • John Thompson, Xiaohu Ge, Hsiao-Chun Wu, Ralf Irmer, Hong Jiang, Gerhard Fettweis, Siavash Alamouti, "5G wireless communication systems: prospects and challenges", IEEE Communications Magazine, vol 52, no 2, Feb, 2014, pp.62-64.
  • Chengbo Li, Wotao Yin, Hong Jiang, Yin Zhang, "An efficient augmented Lagrangian method with applications to total variation minimization", Computational Optimization and Applications, Vol. 56, No 3, Dec 2013, pp. 507-530
  • Gang Huang, Hong Jiang, Kim Matthews and Paul Wilford, "Lensless imaging by compressive sensing",  IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, ICIP 2013, Sept, 2013.
  • Hong Jiang, Wei Deng and Zuowei Shen, "Surveillance video processing using compressive sensing", Inverse Problems and Imaging, vol 6, no 2, 2012, pp 201 - 214.
  • Hong Jiang, and Paul Wilford, "Digital predistortion for linearization of high power amplifiers using separable functions", IEEE Transactions on signal processing, vol. 58, no. 8, 2010, pp 4121-4130
  • Hong Jiang, Paul Wilford and Steve Wilkus, "Providing local content in a hybrid satellite and terrestrial single frequency network", IEEE Transactions on broadcasting, vol 56, no 4, 2010, pp 532-540.
  • Hong Jiang and Paul Wilford, "A Hierarchical Modulation for Upgrading Digital Broadcast Systems", IEEE Transactions on broadcasting, vol 51, no 2, 2005, pp 223-229.
  • Thomas Fevens and Hong Jiang, "Absorbing boundary conditions for the Schrodinger equation", SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol 21, no 1, 1999, pp 255-282.
  • Qianshun Chang and Hong Jiang, "A conservative difference scheme for the Zakharov equations", Journal of Computational Physics, vol 113, 1994, pp 309-319.
  • Hong Jiang, "On the orthogonality of residual polynomials of minimax polynomial preconditioning", Numerische Mathematik, vol 67, 1994, pp 345-364.
  • Hong Jiang and Yau Shu Wong, "Absorbing boundary conditions for second-order hyperbolic equations", Journal of Computational Physics, vol 88, 1990, pp 205-231.
  • Hong Jiang and Thomas D. Rogers, "The discrete dynamics of symmetric competition in the plane", Journal of Mathematical Biology, vol 25, 1987, pp 573-596.