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name : Song Chao Sex: Male phone: +86-18908009991
email: chaosong@uestc.edu.cn office-address: Main building B1-208
PH.D  Supervisor: No Master Supervisor: Yes
major: Computer networks
research interst: Internet of Things, Cloud computing, Big data
Biography: Chao Song received his PhD Degree in Computer Science from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), China, in 2009. During 2013, he was a visiting scholar at Temple University, under the supervision of Dr. Jie Wu. He is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering at UESTC. His main research interests include Internet of Things, Computer Networks, and Big Data.
Education experience: 1999.09-2003.06: Zhejiang University, Bachelor;
2003.09-2006.03: UESTC, Master degree;
2006.03-2009.06: UESTC, Ph.D;
2013.01-2014.01: Temple University, Jie Wu(IEEE Fellow);
Selected Publications: Chao Song, Jie Wu, Li Lu, and Ming Liu, "RTS Assisted Mobile Localization: Mitigating Jigsaw Puzzle Problem of Fingerprint Space with Extra Mile", Proc. of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems (IEEE MASS 2015), regular paper, October 19-22, 2015, Dallas, Texas, US. (49 full papers out of 188 submissions, ratio=26.06%);
Chao Song, Wei-Shih Yang, Jie Wu, and Ming Liu, “Red or Green: Analyzing the Data Delivery with Traffic Lights in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks,” Proc. of the IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), December 8-12, 2014, Austin, Texas, US;
Chao Song, Ming Liu and Xili Dai, "Share the Crowdsensing Data with Local Crowd by V2V Communications," in Mobile Information Systems, 2016, 2016(3):1-14. Impact Factor = 1.462 (2015);
Chao Song, Ming Liu, Jiannong Cao, Yuan Zheng, Haigang Gong and Guihai Chen, “Maximizing network lifetime based on transmission range adjustment in wireless sensor networks,” Elsevier Computer Communications, Volume 32, Issue 11, 3 July 2009, Pages 1316-1325. Impact Factor = 1.695 (2014).
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