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Yonghe Liu

Name

[Liu, Yonghe]
  • Assoc Prof

Professional Preparation

    • 1998 B.S. in AutomationTsinghua University
    • 1999 M.S. in AutomationTsinghua University
    • 2004 Ph.D. Rice University

Appointments

    • Jan 2009 to Present Assoc Prof
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2004 to Jan 2009 Assist Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2001 to Jan 2004 Co-Op
      Texas Instruments

News Articles

    • Aug 2016 UT System funding to spur commercialization of projects

      The University of Texas at Arlington received $275,000 in Texas Ignition Fund money from The University of Texas System to move six engineering research projects more quickly toward commercialization and the marketplace.

      UT Arlington received more funding than any other UT System institution. UT Austin, which received $235,000 for six projects, was second in funding. In all, UT System awarded 39 projects a total of nearly $1.2 million. Locally, UT Dallas received $100,000 for two projects and UT Southwestern Medical Center had three projects funded at a total of $110,000.

      ...

    • Wireless Sensor Network Monitors Green Roof Environmental Conditions
      The newly-installed green roof featured on one of the buildings at The University of Texas at Arlington is being carefully and continually monitored by a wireless sensor network developed by Computer Science & Engineering Department researchers. The sensors monitor light, soil moisture and soil temperature conditions to help determine the best soils, plants, and roofing systems for the maximum environmental benefit with a minimum of resource expenditure for the green roof project.

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    • UT ARLINGTON FOURTH IN STATE IN RESEARCH GRANTS
      The University of Texas at Arlington has received eight awards, totaling $733,134, from the state of Texas Advanced Research Program (ADP.) The grants will fund research in areas as diverse as a wind powered wireless sensor network, targeted nano particle drug delivery to treat melanoma and the fabrication of large-cell DNA sensors.

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    • UT Arlington Computer Science Researchers Awarded $450,000
      The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $450,000 grant to Computer Science and Engineering researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington to support investigations into asynchronous wireless sensor network architecture for ultra energy efficiency and extended network life time.

      The project, titled “ARCADIA: An Asynchronous Communication Architecture toward Novel Networking and Computation Paradigms in Wireless Sensor Networks,” is under the direction of Assistant Professor Yonghe Liu, who is being assisted by Professors Sajal K. Das and Mohan Kumar.

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    • Research for second green roof on track
      Many plants are doing well since the Life Science Building received its green roof, but officials say more research needs to be done before the university can know what to put on the Engineering Research Complex green roof.

      Landscape architecture assistant professor David Hopman said the green roof would need to run for at least a couple years before he could confidently make a recommendation on vegetation.

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    • Program Receives Research Grant
      Fires, natural disasters and crimes can all be reconstructed due to a $336,817 grant given to a new virtual observation program in the computer science and engineering department.

      Yonghe Liu, computer science and engineering assistant professor, said in an e-mail that virtual observation reconstructs past events from information gathered from multiple observers.

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    • New wireless sensor network helps 24-hour monitoring and recording of university green roof
      The recently installed green roof on the Life Science Building will now be in good hands, thanks to a network of wireless sensors on patrol 24 hours.

      The wireless sensor network, which uses the latest technology, monitors and provides environmental data on the green roof.

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Research and Expertise

  • Research Area
    Wireless networks, systems, and applications

Publications

      Journal Article 2013
      • De, Y. L.; Das, S. K. An Epidemic Theoretic Framework for Vulnerability Analysis of Broadcast Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.
        {Journal Article }
      2013
      • De, Y. L.; Das, S. K. Deployment aware modeling of node compromise spread in wireless sensor networks using epidemic theory. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks.
        {Journal Article }
      2013
      • Luo, Y. L.; Das, S. K. Distributed algorithm for enroute aggregation decision in wireless sensor networks. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2010
      • J. Wang, Y. Liu, S.K. Das,"Energy-efficient data gathering in wireless sensor networks with asynchronous sampling", ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, Vol. 6, No. 3, June 2010 .
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 2009
      • B. Li and Y. Liu, "Collision Avoidance Multi-channel MAC Protocol (CAMMAC) based on Dedicated Control Channel in Wireless Ad hoc Network", in Proceedings of SNA 2009, Nov. 2009, San Fransisco, CA.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2009
      • J. Wang, Y. Liu, and Sajal K. Das, "Improving Information Quality of Sensory Data through Asynchronous Sampling", PerCom Workshops 2009, pp. 1-6, Mar. 2009, Galveston, TX.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2009
      • J. Wang, Y. Liu and S. K. Das, "Improving Information Quality of Sensory Data through Asynchronous Sampling," Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Information Quality and Quality of Service for Pervasive Computing, Mar. 2009, Galveston, TX.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 2009
      • H. Luo, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "Distributed algorithm for enroute aggregation decision in wireless sensor networks," IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 1-13, Jan. 2009.
        {Journal Article }
      2009
      • P. De, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "Deployment aware modeling of node compromise spread in wireless sensor networks using epidemic theory," ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, Vol. 5, No. 3, May 2009.
        {Journal Article }
      2009
      • P. De, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "An Epidemic Theoretic Framework for Vulnerability Analysis of Broadcast Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks," IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Vol. 8. No. 3, pp. 413-425, Mar. 2009.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 2008
      • G.Zhang, J. Wang and Y. Liu, "Congestion Management in Delay Tolerant Networks," Proceedings of WICON 2008, Nov. 2008, Maui Hi.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2008
      • J. Wang, J. Luo and Y. Liu, "A Wireless Sensor Network Monitoring Performance of Green Roof," in Proceedings of ACSE Texas Section Fall Meeting, Oct. 2008, Addison, TX.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2008
      • G. Zhang and Y. Liu, "Congestion management in opportunistically connected networks using repeated games", in Proceedings of Symposium on Middleware for Sensor Systems (MiSS), Dec. 2008, Sydney, Australia.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2008
      • J. Wang, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "Asynchronous Sampling Benefits Wireless Sensor Networks," in Proceedings of IEEE Infocom 2007 Mini Conference, pp.2207-2215, Phoenix, AZ, April 2008.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2008
      • P. De, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "ReMo : An Energy Efficient Reprogramming Protocol for Mobile Sensor Networks," in Proceedings of Percom 2008, pp.60-69, Hong Kong, China, Mar. 2008.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2008
      • R. Yu, X. Wang, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "Energy-efficient dominating tree construction in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks," in Proceedings of 9th International Conferences on Distributed Computing and Networking, pp. 558-569, Kolkata, India, Jan. 2008.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Book Chapter 2008
      • J. Wang, G. Zhang, and Y. Liu, "Enabling multimedia wireless sensor networks," Book chapter in Handbook of Research on Mobile Multimedia 2nd edition, Edited by Ismail Khalil Ibrahim, 2008.
        {Book Chapter }
      2008
      • H. Luo, G. Zhang, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "Adaptive Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks," Book chapter in Adaptation and Cross Layer Design in Wireless Networks, Edited by M. Ibnkahla, 2008.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2008
      • W. Zhang, P. De, Y. Liu, and S. K. Das, "Secure data aggregation in wireless sensor networks: A watermark based authentication supportive approach," Elsevier Pervasive and Mobile Computing, vol. 4, no.5, pp. 658-680, Oct. 2008.
        {Journal Article }
      2008
      • S. Zhou, Y. Lin, and Y. Liu, "Ring based optimal-level distributed wavelet transform with arbitrary filter length for wireless sensor networks," EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 27-37, Jan. 2008.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Paper 2007
      • Dogan, J. T. and Liu, Y., "Target Interception by UAVs in a Sensor Network," Proceedings of the 45th AIAA conference, Reno, NV, 2007.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • De, Y. L. and Das, S. K., "An epidemic theoretic framework for evaluating broadcast protocols in wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of MASS 2007, Pisa, Italy, 2007, pp. pp.1-9.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Hu, Y. L. and Liu, Y., "A simulation system for modeling and analysis of large scale sensor networks," Proceedings of 6th International Conferences on Information, Communications and Signal Processing, Singapore, 2007, pp. pp.1-5.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Hu, Y. L. and Liu, Y., "RAS: A robust authentication scheme for filtering false data in wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of 15th IEEE International Conference on Networks, Adelaide, Australia, 2007, pp. pp.200-205.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Luo, Z. Z. and Liu, Y., "ReCoDa: Reliable forwarding of correlated data in sensor networks with low latency," Proceedings of ACM IWCMC 2007, Honolulu, HI, 2007, pp. pp.278-283.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • De, Y. L. and Das, S., "Evaluating Broadcast Protocols in Sensor Networks : An Epidemic Theoretic Framework," Poster Proceedings of DCOSS 2007, Santa Fe, NM, 2007.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Zhang, Y. L. and Das, S. K., "Aggregation supportive authentication in wireless sensor networks: A watermark based approach," Proceedings of IEEE WoWMoM, Helsinki, Finland, 2007.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Wang, Y. L. and Liu, Y., "Key distribution for group-based sensor deployment using a novel interconnection graph," Proceedings of IEEE WoWMoM, Helsinki, Finland, 2007.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Wang, Y. L. and Das, S. K., "Asynchronous sampling of correlated data in wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of IEEE WCNC, Hong Kong, China, 2007, pp. 2768-2772.
        {Conference Paper }
      2007
      • Choi, Y. L. and Elmasri, R., "Relative clock drift based secure time synchronization for wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of CATA 2007, Honolulu, HI, 2007.
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 2007
      • Luo, Y. L.; Das, S. K. Routing correlated data in wireless sensor networks: A survey. IEEE Network 2007, 1 (6), pp. 40-47.
        {Journal Article }
      2007
      • Zhang, Y. W.; Liu, Y. Stability and sensitivity for congestion control in wireless mesh networks with time varying link capacities. Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks 2007, 5 (6), pp. 769-785.
        {Journal Article }
      2007
      • Ma, H.; Liu, Y. Some problems in directional sensor networks. International Journal of Sensor Networks 2007, 2 (1-2), pp. 44-52.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Paper 2006
      • De, Y. L. and Das, S. K., "Modeling node compromise spreading in wireless sensor networks using epidemic theory," Proceedings of the IEEE WoWMoM, Niagara-Falls, NY, 2006, pp. pp. 237-273.
        {Conference Paper }
      2006
      • Zhang, S. K. D. and Liu, Y., "A trust based framework for secure data aggregation in wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of IEEE SECON, Reston, VA, 2006, pp. pp.60-69.
        {Conference Paper }
      2006
      • Zhou, Y. L. and Liu, Y., "Ring based wavelet transform with arbitrary supports in wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of the 14th European Signal Processing Conference, Florence, Italy, 2006.
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 2006
      • Luo, J. L.; Liu, Y.; Das, S. K. Adaptive data fusion for energy efficient routing in wireless sensor networks. IEEE Transactions on Computers 2006, 55 (10), 1286-1299.
        {Journal Article }
      2006
      • Luo, J. L.; Liu, Y.; Das, S. K. Routing correlated data with fusion cost in wireless sensor networks. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing 2006, 5 (11), 1620-1632.
        {Journal Article }
      2006
      • Liu, Y.; Das, S. K. Information intensive wireless sensor networks: Potential and challenges. IEEE Communication Magazine 2006, 44 (11), pp. 142-147.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2006
      • Zhang, S. K. D.; Liu, Y. Security in wireless sensor networks: A survey. In Security in Wireless Sensor Networks; X. Yang, Eds.; CRC Press: 2006.
        {Book Chapter }

      Conference Paper 2005
      • Chadha, Y. L. and Das, S. K., "Group key distribution via local collaboration in wireless sensor networks," Proceedings of the IEEE SECON, Santa Clara, CA, 2005, pp. pp.46-64.
        {Conference Paper }
      2005
      • Zhang, Y. W. and Liu, Y., "Stability and sensitivity for congestion control in wireless networks with time varying link capacities," Proceedings of the IEEE ICNP 2005, Boston, MA, 2005, pp. pp.401-412.
        {Conference Paper }
      2005
      • Luo, J. L., Liu, Y., and Das, S. K., "Energy efficient routing with adaptive data fusion in sensor Networks," Proceedings of the Third ACM/SIGMOBILE Workshop on Foundations of Mobile Computing, Cologne, Germany, 2005, pp. pp.80-88.
        {Conference Paper }
      2005
      • Ma, H. and Liu, Y., "Correlation based video processing in video sensor networks," Proceedings of the IEEE WirelessCom’05, Maui, HI, 2005, pp. pp.987-992.
        {Conference Paper }
      2005
      • Tao, H. M. and Liu, Y., "Energy-efficient, Cooperative Image Processing in Video Sensor Networks," Proceedings of the Pacific-rim Conference on Multimedia, Jeju, Korea, 2005, pp. pp.572-583.
        {Conference Paper }
      2005
      • Ma, H. and Liu, Y., "On Coverage Problems of Directional Sensor Networks," Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (MSN), Wuhan, China, 2005, pp. pp.721-731.
        {Conference Paper }

      Conference Paper 2004
      • Liu, Y., "Performance of EDCF: Analysis and Simulation," Proceedings of the SCI 2004, Orlando, Florida, 2004.
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 2004
      • Gambiroza, P. Y.; Balzano, Y. L.; Shaefor, S.; Knightly, E. Design, analysis, and implementation of DVSR: An enhanced protocol for packet rings. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 2004, 12 (1), pp. 85-102.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Paper 2003
      • Liu, Y. and Knightly, E., "Opportunistic fair scheduling over multiple wireless channels," Proceedings of the IEEE Infocom 2003, San Fransisco, CA, 2003, pp. 1106-1115.
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 2003
      • Liu, S. G.; Knightly, E. WCFQ: an Opportunistic Scheduler with Statistical Fairness Guarantee. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 2003, 2 (5), 1017-1028.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Paper 2002
      • Balzano, V. G., Liu, P. Y., Knightly, E., and Shaefor, S., "DVSR: a high-performance metro ring protocol," ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, 2002.
        {Conference Paper }
      2002
      • Gambiroza, Y. L., Yuan, P., and Knightly, E., "High-performance fair bandwidth allocation for resilient packet rings," Proceedings of the 15th ITC Specialist Seminar on Internet Traffic Engineering and Traffic Management, Wurzburg, Germany, 2002.
        {Conference Paper }

      Conference Paper 1999
      • Liu, Y. and Huang, B., "Virtual enterprise: An agent based approach for decision and control," Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Tokyo, Japan, 1999.
        {Conference Paper }
      1999
      • Janowski, Y. L. and Huang, B., "Automating partner selection for a virtual enterprise," Proceedings of the IFIP/PRODNET Working Conference on Infrastructure for Industry Virtual Enterprises, Lisbon, Portugal, 1999.
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 1999
      • Liu, Y.; Huang, B. Network architecture for virtual enterprise modeling. Journal of Tsinghua University 1999, 12.
        {Journal Article }

Courses

      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 6349-001 Special Topics In Advanced Networking

        The Internet of Things(IoT) are empowered by connected devices at an unprecedented scale, penetrating our daily lives in every aspect. The economical impact of IoT is projected to be on the order of trillions while promising a cyber-physical system with a seamless integration of physical objects, information, and human beings.

        This course will focus on the state of art IoT design theory and applications, with a focus on data collection, communication, processing, decision making, and actuation. Starting with traditional lectures covering systematic paradigms on front end physical systems, local/wide area interconnection, and cloud storage and processing, the course will transit to seminars based on paper readings and presentations. The course will conclude with a team based project deployed and verified in real-life environments.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5349-001 Special Topics In Advanced Networking

        The Internet of Things(IoT) are empowered by connected devices at an unprecedented scale, penetrating our daily lives in every aspect. The economical impact of IoT is projected to be on the order of trillions while promising a cyber-physical system with a seamless integration of physical objects, information, and human beings.

        This course will focus on the state of art IoT design theory and applications, with a focus on data collection, communication, processing, decision making, and actuation. Starting with traditional lectures covering systematic paradigms on front end physical systems, local/wide area interconnection, and cloud storage and processing, the course will transit to seminars based on paper readings and presentations. The course will conclude with a team based project deployed and verified in real-life environments.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 6349-001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ADVANCED NETWORKING

        The Internet of Things(IoT) are empowered by connected devices at an unprecedented scale, penetrating our daily lives in every aspect. The economical impact of IoT is projected to be on the order of trillions while promising a cyber-physical system with a seamless integration of physical objects, information, and human beings.

        This course will focus on the state of art IoT design theory and applications, with a focus on data collection, communication, processing, decision making, and actuation. Starting with traditional lectures covering systematic paradigms on front end physical systems, local/wide area interconnection, and cloud storage and processing, the course will transit to seminars based on paper readings and presentations. The course will conclude with a team based project deployed and verified in real-life environments.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS

        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, mostly centered on smart devices deeply penetrating into our daily lives. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, and error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. We will cover recent wireless technologies inlcuding 4G/5G cellular networks, NFC, BLE, UWB technologies.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS

        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, mostly centered on smart devices deeply penetrating into our daily lives. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, and error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. We will cover recent wireless technologies inlcuding 4G/5G cellular networks, NFC, BLE, UWB technologies.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 6349-001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ADVANCED NETWORKING

        The course covers advanced topics in networking, including state of the art of the current Internet, wireless networks, new applications. Lectures, discussions, and projects are the main components of the course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS

        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, mostly centered on smart devices deeply penetrating into our daily lives. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. We will cover recent wireless tecnologies inlcuding 4G/5G cellular networks, NFC, BLE, UWB technologies.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS

        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, mostly centered on smart devices deeply penetrating into our daily lives. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. We will cover recent wireless tecnologies inlcuding 4G/5G cellular networks, NFC, BLE, UWB technologies.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 6349-001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ADVANCED NETWORKING

        The course covers advanced topics in networking, including state of the art of the current Internet, wireless networks, new applications. Lectures, discussions, and projects are the main components of the course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS

        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, mostly centered on smart devices deeply penetrating into our daily lives. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. We will cover recent wireless tecnologies inlcuding 4G/5G cellular networks, NFC, BLE, UWB technologies.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 6349-001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ADVANCED NETWORKING

        The course covers advanced topics in networking, including state of the art of the current Internet, wireless networks, new applications. Lectures, discussions, and projects are the main components of the course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 Computer Network Organization

        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS

        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, ranging from digital broadcast over cell phones to jewelry tracking using RFID technology. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. Various real life networks such as cellular networks, satellite networks, wireless lan, and wimax will be used to illustrate the design principles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 4344-001 COMPUTER NETWORK ORGANIZATION
        This course aims at introducing the students to modern computer networks, in particular the Internet. We will discuss basic network architecture, design principles, different protocols, and applications. We will study the application, transport, networking, and link layers. We will also cover basic topics of network security and management. Students are expected to perform various projects, including network programming, to obtain hands on knowledge.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS
        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, ranging from digital broadcast over cell phones to jewelry tracking using RFID technology. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. Various real life networks such as cellular networks, satellite networks, wireless lan, and wimax will be used to illustrate the design principles.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • CSE 5345-001 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS
        Wireless networks are untethering every bit of our life, ranging from digital broadcast over cell phones to jewelry tracking using RFID technology. This course aims at providing the students with a SYSTEMATIC knowledge of wireless networks, including physical layer techniques (signal propagation, coding, modulation, error control), link layer, network layer, transport layer, and applications. Various real life networks such as cellular networks, satellite networks, wireless lan, and wimax will be used to illustrate the design principles.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009 Download Syllabus

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