I have moved to the University of Nebraska - Lincoln as an Assistant Professor in Computer Science. Please visit http://cse.unl.edu/~zzhong.
I enjoy building embedded systems and have a strong passion for computer systems, wireless networking, mobile and energy-aware computing, event-driven OS, radio technology, digital signal processing and robotics that enable new commercial applications and explore potential research directions.
IEEE INFOCOM'11: On-Demand Time Synchronization with Predictable Accuracy, Ziguo Zhong, Pengpeng Chen and Tian He, To appear in the 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Apr. 2011,
Shanghai, China. (291/1823 = 15.96% acceptance rate). PDF
USENIX NSDI'10: Exploring Link Correlation for Efficient Flooding in Wireless Sensor Networks, Ting Zhu, Ziguo Zhong, Tian He and Zhi-Li Zhang, In the 7th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation, San Jose, CA. (25/149 = 16.6% acceptance rate). PDF
ACM SenSys'09: Achieving Range-Free Localization Beyond Connectivity, Ziguo Zhong and Tian He, In the 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems, Nov. 2009, Berkeley, USA. (21/119 = 17.6% acceptance rate). PDF
ACM SenSys'09: FIND: Faulty Node Detection for Wireless Sensor Networks, Shuo Guo, Ziguo Zhong and Tian He, In the 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems, Nov. 2009, Berkeley, USA. (21/119 = 17.6% acceptance rate). PDF
ACM MobiSys'09: Leakage-Aware Energy Synchronization for Wireless Sensor Networks, Ting Zhu, Ziguo Zhong, Yu Gu, Tian He and Zhi-Li Zhang, In the 7th Annual International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications and Services, Jun. 2009, Krakow, Poland. (26/128 = 20.3% acceptance rate). PDF
IEEE INFOCOM'09: Tracking with Unreliable Node Sequence, Ziguo Zhong, Ting Zhu, Dan Wang and Tian He, In the 28th IEEE Conference on Computer Communications, Apr. 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (282/1435 = 19.7% acceptance rate). PDF
IEEE ICDCS'08: Sensor Node Localization Using Uncontrolled Events, Ziguo Zhong, Dan Wang and Tian He. In the 28th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Jun. 2008, Beijing, China. (102/638 = 16.0% acceptance rate). PDF
ACM SenSys'07: MSP: Multi-Sequence Positioning of Wireless Sensor Nodes, Ziguo Zhong and Tian He, In the 5th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems, Nov. 2007, Sydney, Australia. (25/149 = 16.8% acceptance rate). PDF
I am currently an intern researcher under Dr. Bodhi Priyantha and Dr. Jie Liu with the Networked Embedded Computing Group at Microsoft Research Redmond. I will be a faculty member with the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at The University of Nebraska - Lincoln in the coming fall semester.
I obtained Ph.D. (Sep. 2010) in Computer Science from The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities under McKnight Land-Grant Professor Tian He. My research topics cover localization, mobile and robotic tracking, time synchronization, energy-aware computing, wireless networking, faulty tolerance and debugging. I developed the 360-node Mirage sensor test-bed and co-developed the Twin-Star perpetual sensing platform.
During the gap between M.S. and Ph.D. (Jan. ~ Jul. 2006), I was invited to hold an engineer position with the Nanjing Research Center of Shenzhen PowerCom Co. Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRRF). I was the principle designer for Network Processing Module and Ethernet Switch Module in the 802.16d WiMax Multi-sector Base Station project.
I earned B.S.E.E. (Jul. 2003) and M.S.E.E. (Dec. 2005) as a member of the Honor Class (CHIEN-SHIUNG WU College) from the Department of Radio Engineering at Southeast University, Nanjing, China. My major areas were signal processing, information theory, embedded systems and wireless communication.
I was an international exchange student (Sep. ~ Dec. 2002) with the Bioengineering, Electronics & Telemedicine Laboratory (BET Lab) at The Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain.
I was born in Yangzhou, one of the most charming cities in China with a long history of more than 2500 years. I graduated from the Yangzhou Middle School of Jiangsu Province.
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