Mooi-Choo (Mooi) Chuah is an Assoc Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Lehigh University. Her research interests are in heterogenous network architecture design, disruption tolerant network design, network & smartgrid security, mobile computing, and cloud computing. She runs the WiNS Lab. She is one of the NSF Advance Chairs in 2011.
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(CSE303 Spring, 2013) Mon 4-5pm, in PL 506
(CSE403 Spring, 2013) Mon 5-6pm, in PL 506
Spring 2013 Mooi is teaching CSE303 Operating Systems
Spring 2013 Mooi is teaching CSE403 Advanced Operating Systems
Fall 2012 Mooi taught Security & Privacy Issues in Emerging Technologies
Fall 2012 Mooi taught CSE379 Senior Design Project for Computer Science Students
Fall 2011/Spring 2012 Mooi taught CREG257/CREG258 (with Prof Haller)
Fall 2010,Fall 2012 Mooi taught CSE342, Fundamentals of Interworking.
Fall2004, Fall 2005,Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Mooi taught CSE403, Advanced Operating System .
Fall 2009, Mooi co-taught with Prof S. Kishore CSE497, Advanced Wireless Network Design.
Fall 2008, Mooi taught CSE363/497, Network System Design.
Spring 2007, Mooi taught CSE303, Operating System Design .
Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Fall2011 Mooi taught CSE424(CSE497), Advanced Topics in Communication Networks
Fall 2006, Spring 2008, Spring 2010,Spring 2012 Mooi taught CSE343/443, Network Security .
Spring 2006, Mooi taught CSE216, Software Engineering (Section 11).
Spring 2005, Mooi taught EMC165 Communication Networks (with Prof Kishore).
Spring 2004, Spring 2005 Mooi taught CSE350/450, Network Security .
Associate Editor for IEEE transaction on Mobile Computing
Editor for Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing
TPC Area Chair for Infocom 2011
TPC member for IEEE MSN 2011, IEEE ICNP 2011, IEEE GreenCom 2011
TPC Co-Chair for Infocom 2010
Registration Co-chair for ACM MobiOpp 2010, Mobihoc 2010
TPC member for ICNP 2010, ICCCN 2010 Network Security & Privacy Track
Network and Information Security Symposium Co-Chair for Chinacom 2009 (Aug 26-28, Xian, China)
TPC member of AdHocNets 2009, BroadNets 2009, VTC 2009
Technical Co-Chair for IEEE Sarnoff Conference 2007
Technical Vice Chair for IEEE WCNC 2006
TPC member for IEEE Infocom 2005,2006,2008, 2009,2012
TPC member for ACM CHANTS 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010,2011,2012
TPC member for Workshop on Security and Privacy of Emerging Ubiquitous Communication Systems, 2007
TPC member for IEEE Percom 2007, IWCMC 2006, 2007,2008
TPC member for BroadNets(Wireless) 2004, 2005, 2008
TPC member for IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems, ICPADS 2007 (Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
TPC member for IEEE ST-BWA 2006 (under M2USIC 2006).
TPC member for IEEE Globecom 2004, 2006
TPC member for ICCCN 2005, ICC 2005
Mobile phones have become increasingly popular and gradually woven into our lives. Smartphones equipped with powerful embedded sensors (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, microphones, and etc.) can be used to monitor multiple dimensions of human behaviors including physical, mental and social behaviors of wellbeing. The collected sensing data can thus be mined not only for the understanding of daily life activities or human behaviors but also for supporting a broad range of mobile healthcare applications. We are designing a smartphone based healthcare monitoring system which monitor users for their mental, cognitive, and physical well-being and hence facilitate early diagnosis of potential illnesses and taking possible preventive measures. One project called SENSCOPS is funded by NSF. For more information about SENSCOPS , click here.
New wireless technologies allow mobile users to have easy access to real-time data, and stay connected with friends and colleagues. However, emerging mobile applications are data-centric but existing IP oriented communication paradigms are not flexible enough to support this. Additionally, serious security and privacy concerns have also been raised. To fully support emerging mobile applications, we are developing a next generation mobile network called SECON that supports mobile content centric networking features and applications that use such features. For more information on SECON , click here
Rapid advancement of the wireless technologies provide new opportunities for mobile users to have easy access to real-time data, derive useful social information, and stay connected with business partners, colleagues and friends. Towards this end, mobile social networking applications have recently emerged to meet these needs. This project aims to build a secure mobile information sharing system (SEMOIS) that supports secure and privacy-preserving real-time information sharing. SEMOIS has the ability to store secure data items with flexible access control at insecure storage nodes and enables users to send context-based messages with late-binding features. Additionally, a set of smart learning methods are developed to extract short-term and long-term geo-social patterns from multimodal sensing data collected by mobile devices for social networking purposes, e.g., geo-social patterns are used to derive hidden communities. For more information on SEMOIS , click here
Co-authored a book "Design and Performance of 3G networks/WLANs" with Dr. Q. Zhang,published by Kluwer, Sept 2005.
Chuah in the News
Informal Talk at Infocom 2012 on "Effective Research in Smaller Institutions"
Advice for graduate students
Before joining Lehigh University in Spring,04, Mooi was a Technical Manager at Advanced Communications Technology Center, Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ. While at Bell Laboratories, she worked on wireless communications, IP/MPLS protocol designs and has been a key technical contributor to various business units and product teams at Lucent. She has been awarded 61 US patents, 16 international patents, and has 5 more pending. Her current research interests include heterogenous network system & protocol designs, network/computer system security, smartgrid resource management. She is a senior member of IEEE.