Professor Yinglong Wang

Academic Status

College of Science and Engineering

place Biological Sciences
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia
Key responsibilities

In recent years, I have been carrying out research in the area of information techniques for medical treatment. Specifically, my research focuses on solving the key problems that restrict the wide application of the Internet of things (IoT) for medical treatment, and I have lead my team to develop new technologies on smart medical terminals and digital healthcare platforms. Currently, my research team has successfully constructed a complete technology architecture for medical healthcare based on IoT, which is characterized by accurate perception, reliable transmission, highly sharing and deep mining. Under this technology architecture, we have developed of three novel medical IoT systems, i.e., the Rainbow Cloud System (RCS) for rural medical care, the Home Cloud System (HCS) for home and aging care, the Following-up Cloud System (FCS) for hospital revisit and trace to patients. Based on the developed medical information systems, I have also explored the innovated modes and mechanisms for the future intelligently medical treatment. These work laid the foundation for the proposed research to develop data mining and machine learning methods for the big noncoded amino acids (ncAAs) data.

Research expertise
Communications technologies
Health services research
Research interests

My research includes cloud computing, data mining, machine learning, information security and their applications in the internet of things (IoT)

Publications

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