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Shaojie Tang

Assistant Professor (Research Track)

The Center for Networked Computing (CNC)

Department of Computer and Information Science

Temple University

Email: shaojie.tang@temple.edu






[ Biography | Research Interests | Selected Publications | Projects | Academic Experiences | Professional Activities | Awards ]


Biography

Shaojie Tang is currently an Assistant Professor (Research Track) at Department of Computer and Information Science of Temple University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in the Department of Computer Science at Illinois Institute of Technology. He received the B.S. degree from the Department of Radio Engineering at Southeast University in 2006.


Research Interests

Cyber Physical Systems, Distributed Systems and Wireless Sensor Networks/RFID, Privacy and Security, Social Computing, Mobile Cloud Computing.


Selected Publications (full list)

Selected Journal Publications

  1. [ToN] X. Xu, Xiang-Yang Li, P. Wan and Shaojie Tang. Efficient Scheduling for Periodic Aggregation Queries in Multihop Sensor Networks, In IEEE Transactions on Networking (ToN), 2011.[PDF]
  1. [ToN] Xiang-Yang Li, Y. Liu, S. Li and Shaojie Tang. Multicast Capacity of Wireless Ad Hoc Networks under Gaussian Channel Model,
    In IEEE Transactions on Networking (ToN), 2009.[PDF] (12+ Citations)
  1. [TMC] C. Wang, Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li and C. Jiang. Multicast Capacity Scaling Laws for Multihop Cognitive Networks,
    In IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), 2011, to appear.
  1. [TPDS] X. Mao, Shaojie Tang, X. Xu, Xiang-Yang Li and H. Ma. Energy Efficient Opportunistic Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks,
    In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), 2011.[PDF]
  1. [TPDS] ShaoJie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li, J. Yuan, C. Wang A Framework for Amazon EC2 Bidding Strategy under SLA Constraints,
    In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), 2012
  1. [TPDS] S. Chen, M. Huang, Shaojie Tang and Y. Wang. Capacity of Data Collection in Arbitrary Wireless Sensor Networks,
    In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), 2011.[PDF]
  1. [TC] C. Wang, C. Jiang, Xiang-Yang Li, Shaojie Tang, Y. He, X. Mao and Y. Liu. Scaling Laws of Multicast Capacity for Power-Constrained Wireless Networks under Gaussian Channel Model, In IEEE Transactions on Computers (TC), 2011.[PDF]
  1. [WINET] Shaojie Tang, X. Mao, Xiang-Yang Li and C. Wang. Impact of Deployment Size on the Asymptotic Capacity for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks under Gaussian Channel Model,  In ACM Wireless Networks (WINET), 2010.[PDF]
  1. [TMC] C. Wang, Xiang-Yang Li, C. Jiang, Shaojie Tang and Y. Liu. Multicast Throughput for Hybrid Wireless Networks under Gaussian Channel Model,
    In IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), 2010.[PDF](8+ Citations)
  1. [TPDS] S. Wang, X. Mao, Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li, J. Zhao and G. Dai. On "Movement-Assisted Connectivity Restoration in Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks",  In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), 2010.[PDF]
  1. [TPDS] X. Xu, S. Wang, X. Mao, Shaojie Tang and Xiang-Yang Li. A Delay Efficient Algorithm for Data Aggregation in Multi-hop Wireless Sensor Networks,  In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), 2009.[PDF](8+ Citations)
  1. [TMC] Y. Wu, Shaojie Tang, P. Xu and Xiang-Yang Li. Dealing with Selfishness and Moral Hazard in Non-Cooperative Wireless Networks,
    In IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), 2009.[PDF]
  1. [PMC] Debraj De, Shaojie Tang, Wen-Zhan Song, Diane Cook, Sajal K. Das. ActiSen: Activity-aware Sensor Network in Smart Environments,
    Pervasive and Mobile Computing Journal (PMC), to appear 2012.  ScienceDirect's TOP 25 Hottest Articles within the Pervasive and Mobile Computing Journal.
  1. [TC] P. Xu, Xiang-Yang Li, Shaojie Tang and J. Zhao. Efficient and Strategyproof Spectrum Allocations in Multi-Channel Wireless Networks,  In IEEE Transactions on Computers (TC), 2009.[PDF]

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Selected Conference Publications

  1. [INFOCOM'12] Xiang-Yang Li, P. Yang, Y. Yan, L. You, Shaojie Tang, Q. Huang. Almost Optimal Accessing of Nonstochastic Channels in Cognitive Radio Networks,
    IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, 2012. (18% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [INFOCOM'12] C. Bo, D. Ren, Shaojie Tang etal. Locating Sensors in the Forest: A Case Study in GreenOrbs,
    IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, 2012. (18% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [INFOCOM'12] J. Wang, Shaojie Tang, B. Yin, Xiang-Yang Li. Data Gathering in Wireless Sensor Networks Through Intelligent Compressive Sensing,
    IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, 2012. (20% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [MobiHoc'12] Shaojie Tang etal. Closing the Gap in the Multicast Capacity of Hybrid Wireless Networks,
    In the ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing, 2012. (20% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [MobiHoc'12] P.-J. Wan, X.-H. Xu, Z. Wang, Shaojie Tang, and Z. G. Wan Stability Analyses of Longest-Queue-First Link Scheduling in MC-MR Wireless Networks,
    In the ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing, 2012. (20% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [ICNP'11] Shaojie Tang, X. Mao and Xiang-Yang Li. Efficient and Fast Distributed Top-k Query Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks,
    In The 19th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols, Vancouver, Canada, October, 2011, to appear. (16% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [RTSS'11] Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li, H. Zhang, J. Han, G. Dai and X. Shen. TelosCAM: Identifying Burglar Through Networked Sensor-Camera Mates with Privacy Protection,
    In The 32nd IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, Vienna, Austria, November, 2011, to appear. (21% Acceptance ratio)
  1. [ICDCS'11] Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li, X. Shen, J. Zhang, G. Dai and S. Das. Cool: On Coverage with Solar-Powered Sensors,
    In The 31st International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Minneapolis, USA, June, 2011. (15.4% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11] Shaojie Tang, J. Yuan, X. Mao, Xiang-Yang Li, W. Chen and G. Dai. Relationship Classification in Large Scale Online Social Networks and Its Impact on Information Propagation,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (15.96% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11] C. Wang, Y. Liu, Xiang-Yang Li and Shaojie Tang. Aggregation Capacity of Wireless Sensor Networks: Extended Network Case,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (15.96% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11] C. Wang, Xiang-Yang Li, C. Jiang, Shaojie Tang and Y. Liu. General Capacity Scaling of Wireless Networks,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (15.96% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11] P. Wan, O. Frieder, X. Jia, F. Yao, X. Xu and Shaojie Tang. Wireless Link Scheduling under Physical Interference Model,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (15.96% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11-Mini] X. Mao, Shaojie Tang, X. Xu, Xiang-Yang Li, H. Ma and G. Dai. iLight: Indoor Device-Free Passive Tracking Using Wireless Sensor Networks,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications-Mini Conference, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (23% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11-Mini] C. Wang, Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li and C. Jiang. SelectCast: Scalable Data Aggregation Scheme in Wireless Sensor Networks,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications-Mini Conference, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (23% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'11-Mini] P. Xu, X. Xu, Shaojie Tang and Xiang-Yang Li. Truthful Online Spectrum Allocation and Auction in Multi-Channel Wireless Networks,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications-Mini Conference, Shanghai, China, April, 2011. (23% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [SECON'11] Shaojie Tang, D. De, Xiang-Yang Li and W. Song. A Real-Time Monitor and Rescue System: Practical Implementation of Robotic Sensor Network,
    In IEEE Communications Society Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications, 2011. (27% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [ICDCS'10] X. Xu, Shaojie Tang, X. Mao and Xiang-Yang Li. Distributed Gateway Placement for Cost Minimization in Wireless Mesh Networks,
    In The 30th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Genoa, Italy, June, 2010. (14% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [INFOCOM'10-Mini] S. Chen, Shaojie Tang, M. Huang and Y. Wang. Capacity of Data Collection in Arbitrary Wireless Sensor Networks,
    In The 30th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications-Mini Conference, April, 2010. (24% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [DySPAN'10] S. Wang, P. Xu, X. Xu, Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li and X. Liu. TODA: Truthful Online Double Auction for Spectrum Allocation in Wireless Networks,
    In IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks, 2010. (34% Acceptance ratio)[PDF]
  1. [SenSys'09] L. Mo, Y. He, Y. Liu, J. Zhao, Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li and G. Dai. Canopy Closure Estimates with GreenOrbs: Sustainable Sensing in the Forest,
    In ACM International Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems, Berkeley, USA, November, 2009. (17.6% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](116+ Citations)
  1. [ICNP'09] Shaojie Tang, J. Yuan, Xiang-Yang Li, G. Chen, Y. Liu and J. Zhao. RASPberry: A Stable Reader Activation Scheduling Protocol in Multi-Reader RFID Systems,
    In The 17th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols, Priceton, USA, October, 2009. (18.3% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](7+ Citations)
  1. [ICDCS'09] C. Wang, Shaojie Tang, Xiang-Yang Li, C. Jiang and Y. Liu. Multicast Throughput of Hybrid Wireless Networks under Gaussian Channel Model,
    In The 29th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Montreal, Canada, June, 2009 (16% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](8+ Citations)
  1. [INFOCOM'09] C. Wang, Xiang-Yang Li, C. Jiang, Shaojie Tang, Y. Liu and J. Zhao. Scaling Laws on Multicast Capacity of Large Scale Wireless Networks,
    In The 28th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April, 2009 (19.7% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](19+ Citations)
  1. [MobiHoc'08] X. Mao, Xiang-Yang Li and Shaojie Tang. Multicast Capacity for Hybrid Wireless Networks,
    In ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing, 2008 (14.6% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](23+ Citations)
  1. [COCOON'08] Xiang-Yang Li, P. Xu, Shaojie Tang and Xiaowen Chu. Spectrum Bidding in Wireless Networks and Related,
    In Annual International Computing and Combinatorics Conference, 2008 (49% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](12+ Citations)
  1. [MobiCom'07] Xiang-Yang Li, Shaojie Tang and O. Frieder. Multicast Capacity of Large Scale Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,
    In ACM Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2007 (17% Acceptance ratio)[PDF](113+ Citations)

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Participated Projects

  • Cyber Physical Systems: Managing Loosely Coupled Networked Control Systems with External Disturbances (2010.09~2012.08). This project is led by IIT Computer Science Professors, Xiang-Yang Li and Shangping Ren, together with two IIT Engineering faculty from the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering and the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. The award is a three-year National Science Foundation Expedition grant totaling $750,000, which is one of the 20 large and medium CPS projects funded by NSF in 2010. Our aim is to advance wastewater processing engineering procedures by taking advantages of available cyber technologies that can provide not only sufficient real-time accurate data collected from ground-based sensors, but also physics-based climate simulations to effectively predict the impact from nature on the wastewater processing.
  • Cognitive Radio Networks (2009.01~2011.12). This project is led by Dr Xaing-Yang Li and is supported by National Science Foudation. In this project, we develop, design, and implement efficient wireless network protocols for better spectrum utilization and study some fundamental performance bounds for networks with opportunistic spectrum utilization.
  • Activity-aware Sensor Network for Smart Environments (2009.10~2012.09). SmartHome Project is led by Dr Wen-Zhan Song from Georgia State University, and is supported by the National Science Foudation. A smart environment contains many highly interactive and embedded devices (such as wireless sensor network) as well as the ability to control these devices automatically in order to meet the demands of the environment. The goal of this project is to imbue such wireless sensor networks with cognitive capabilities and context awareness that will allow them to act in a more intelligent manner. We use machine learning techniques to recognize activities that are being performed in the smart environment. This context information will then be conveyed to the network to allow sensor nodes to intelligently decide when to sleep, when to wake up, and how to route information.
  • GreenOrbs (2009.04~present). A long-term kilo-scale wireless sensor network system in the vast forest. GreenOrbs realizes all-year ecological surveillance in the forest, collecting various sensory data including temperature, humidity, illumination, and carbon dioxide titer. The collected information is utilized to support various significant applications, such as forest surveillance, forestry observation and research, fire risk evaluation, and succor in the wild.
  • TelosCAM: Intelligent Networked Sensor-Camera System (2011.04~present). Integrate surveillance camera and sensor network for protecting and tracking stolen properties.

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Last updated in October, 2011 by Shaojie Tang