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CSE216: Software Engineering (Spring 2015, 2014, 2013)
CSE342: Introduction to Networking (Spring 2015)
CREG/ECE 257+258: Senior Design (Fall 2013 + Spring 2014; Spring 2013 + Fall 2012: a GreenSense project advised by me winning the Peers' Choice award)
CSE350/450/ECE350/450: Communications and Networking for Smart Grids (Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2010)
CSE262: Programming Languages (Spring 2011, Spring 2010, Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Spring 2007, Spring 2006, Spring 2005, Spring 2004)
CSE302: Compiler Design (Spring 2007)
CSE398: Network Programming (Spring 2003)
CSE/ECE404: Computer Networks (Fall 2010, Fall 2009, Fall 2008, Fall 2007, Fall 2006, Fall 2005, Fall 2004, Fall 2003, Fall 2002)
CSE498: Wireless Sensor Network Design (Spring 2006)
Current Ph.D. students/advisees: Huan Yang.
Current postdoc (visiting): Dr. Wei Liang.
Current Master's degree student(s)/advisee(s) whose thesis projects are under my supervision/advising: B. Bhagyavati, Jiajun Duan, Sean Lerch.
Graduated Master's degree students whose projects were under my supervision/advising:
Hua Lin (2003), Scott Weber (2003),
Tian Lin (2004), Wenbin Ma (2004),
Peter Chung (2006),
Avi Lessner (2011), Luis Rodriguez Ruiz (2011), Meredith Williams (2011),
Joshua Brown (2012), Nathaniel Nichols (2012), Richard Rothman (2012), Joren Wendschuh (2012),
Xu Li (2013), Mike Lucini (2013), Kadeem Samuels (2013),
Cheryl Cossel (2014), Marc Gagne (2014), Elena Schanta (2014).
Graduated Ph.D. degree students:
Yuecheng Zhang (Ph.D. degree in Sept. 2006),
Dissertation: Studies on Reliable and Accurate Services for Event Sensing, Reporting, and Monitoring Applications,
Employed by CableVision when graduated;
Qiang Wang (Ph.D. degree in May 2007),
Dissertation: Middleware Support for Developing Adaptive Applications across Heterogeneous Environments and Systems,
Employed by Goldman Sachs when graduated and moved to AT&T Shannon Research Labs;
Qing Ye (Ph.D. degree in Jan. 2008),
Dissertation: Dynamic Multicast and Time Synchronization in Wide-area Sensor Networks,
Employed as a R&D Staff at Cash Cycle Solutions when graduated and moved to SAS Institute;
Shengpu Liu (Ph.D. degree in Jan. 2012),
Dissertation: A Context-aware Reflective Middleware Framework for Mobile Ad-hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks,
Employed by Epic Systems Corporation when graduated and moved to Microsoft;
Lisa Frye (Ph.D. degree in Jan. 2012),
Dissertation: Applications of Ontology in Hierarchical, Multi-tier Networks for Network Management,
Employed as an Associate Professor at Kutztown University when graduated.
Suk-Un Yoon (Ph.D. degree in Jan. 2013),
Dissertation: Wireless Signal Networks: A Proof of Concept for Subsurface Characterization and A System Design with Reconfigurable Radio,
Employed by Samsung when graduated.
Student awards: LONGLAB students were sponsored to attend various off-campus conferences, symposiums, and workshops.
Suk-Un Yoon is awarded a student travel grant (sponsored by NSF) to attend IEEE PerCom 2012.
Qing Ye won the 2nd Prize Award in the Student Paper/Poster Competition at the 2006 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium;
Yuecheng Zhang won the Student Poster Award at the Wireless and Optical Communications Conference 2005.
An External Member of Seventeen Ph.D. Dissertation Committees.
Postdoctoral Research Associate: Dr. Jun Peng (2005-2006), now an Associate Professor at The University of Texas, Pan American.
Visiting scholars: Profs. Hend Alqamzi (2014), Kaifeng Zhang (2013-2014), Xiaotong Zhang (2010-2011), Jianshuang Cui (2006-2007) and Shenfu Du (2005)
Visiting students: Yanhong Yang (2012-2013), Yuehua Wang (2011)
Best Service Award as the Local Chair of IEEE MASS 2014 (The 11th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems)
Best Paper Award Nomination at The 28th International Conference on Distributed Computing
Systems (ICDCS 2008 had a paper acceptance rate of 16%; our paper was the paper selected and nominated
by the Network Architectures and Protocols track, a top 10% among papers accepted.)
Minority Junior Faculty Award with Career Enhancement Grant, Christian R. & Mary F.
Lindback Foundation, 2004
Network Research Facilitation Project Award, Internet2, 2004
One of the Best Papers of ICATM'01 selected for Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering journal.
Donations from Agere Systems, Inc., 2002-2006
Donations from East Penn Manufacturing Co., Inc., 2008
Faculty Travel Grant, ACM SIGCOMM Education Workshop on Computer Networking: Curriculum Designs and Educational Challenges, August 20, 2002.
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