Tian He

Professor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Affiliate with Digital Technology Center
Gradu
ate faculty in Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Minnesota
4-205 EE/CSci Building
200 Union Street SE Minneapolis, MN 55455

Email: tianhe at cs.umn.edu
Office: (612) 626-1281  Fax: (612) 625-0572



News!

Congratulations to Desheng Zhang for successfully landing tenure-track assistant professorship in Rutgers University (US News Rank 34).  So far, eight students from the group joined reputable universities as tenure-track assistant professors in the first employment.

Congratulations to Song Min Kim for successfully landing tenure-track assistant professorship in George Manson University (US News Rank 67).  So far, seven students from the group joined reputable universities as tenure-track assistant professors in the first employment.

I will recruit multiple Ph.D. students fall 2017. If you are self-motivated, diligent with a strong system background and (of course) interested, please mention my name in the cover letter of the application package to the department. more information about our MiNDs group, please check http://tianhe.cs.umn.edu, Thanks!

Short Biography

Dr. Tian He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota-Twin City. He received the Ph.D. degree under Professor John A. Stankovic from the University of Virginia, Virginia. Dr. He is the author and co-author of over 200 papers in premier network journals and conferences with over 17,000 citations (H-Index 54). Dr. He is the recipient of the NSF CAREER Award, George W. Taylor Distinguished Research Award and McKnight Land-Grant Professorship and five best paper awards in networking. Dr. He served a few program chair positions in international conferences and on many program committees, and also served as an editorial board member for six international journals including  ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks and IEEE Transactions on Computers. His research includes wireless sensor networks, cyber-physical systems, intelligent transportation systems, real-time embedded systems and distributed systems, supported by National Science Foundation, IBM, Microsoft and other agencies.

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