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New Architectures and Disruptive Technologies

for the Future Wireless Networks

Panel Moderator: Qian Zhang

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

May 2008


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The interactions between

mobile users, wireless devices (e.g., sensors, RFID) and

their supporting communication and computing infrastructure

will have significant impact to the architecture of future wireless networks

Wireless Everywhere


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Technology Evolving

  • Exciting technology evolving

    • Cognitive radio networks, cooperative communication and networking, opportunistic networking, delay tolerant networks, as well as sensor/RFID networks

  • Impact of those technologies to the overall network architecture design

  • Roadmap to fully leverage those technologies


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Panelists

  • Prof. David B. Johnson, Rice University and Chair of ACM SIGMOBILE;

  • Dr. E.K. Park, NSF Program Director;

  • Prof. Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa;

  • Prof. Lixin Gao, University of Massachusetts, Amherst;

  • Prof. Ying-Chang Liang, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore;

  • Mr. Bin Chen, Huawei Corp., China;

  • Dr. PG Madhavan, CEO & Corp CTO of Zaplah Corporation


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David B. Johnson

  • Associate Professor of Computer Science and of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University

  • Faculty at Carnegie Mellon University for eight years

  • Received the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science in 1990 from Rice University

  • Very active in IETF since 1993

  • Chair of ACM SIGMOBILE

  • General Chair for MobiCom 2003 and VANET 2006; and Technical Program Chair for VANET 2005, MobiHoc 2002, and MobiCom 1997

  • Editor for six different journals 


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E.K. Park

  • Professor of Computer Science at the University of Missouri

  • Received PhD degree in Computer Science from the Northwestern University

  • Program Director at US National Science Foundation, CISE Directorate, CCF and CNS Divisions

  • Published over 140 technical papers including 2 best paper awards

  • Founder of ICCCN and CIKM conferences


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Ivan Stojmenovic

  • Received all degrees in mathematics

  • Published over 200 different papers, and edited four books on wireless ad hoc and sensor networks and applied algorithms

  • Editor of dozen, and founder and editor-in-chief of three journals

  • Royal Society Research Merit Award, UK

  • Chaired and/or organized >30 workshops and conferences

  • IEEE Fellow (Communications Society, 2008)


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Lixin Gao

  • Ph.D., Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst

  • Professor, University of Massachusetts

  • Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, 2003 – 2005

  • Editor, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking

  • Research interests

    • Internet routing, network security, network virtualization, and multimedia networking

  • Served on numerous technical program committees/organizing committees of prestigious conferences


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Ying-Chang Liang

  • Senior  Scientist  in  the  Institute  for  Infocomm  Research  (I2R), Singapore

    • Cognitive  radio  and  cooperative  communications  and  the  standardization activities  in  IEEE  802.22

  • Adjunct  associate  professor  in  Nanyang  Technological  University  (NTU)  and  National  University  of Singapore  (NUS)

  • Associate  Editor  of  IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions  on  Wireless Communications

  • Best Paper  Awards  from  IEEE  VTC-Fall 1999 and IEEE PIMRC’2005, and 2007 Institute Engineers of Singapore (IES)  Prestigious  Engineering  Achievement Award


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PG Madhavan

  • CEO & Corp CTO of Zaplah Corporation

  • 2003-2007, with Microsoft Corporation

    • Worked on various wireless products including video over WLAN for Media Center, enterprise WLAN and outdoor WLAN mesh

    • Had corporation-wide responsibilities in the areas related to UWB wireless

  • Lucent/Agere in the areas of Bluetooth and wireless LAN/PAN coexistence

  • Rockwell Automation

  • Ph.D. from McMaster University

  • Professor at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor



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