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Title: Interdependent Networking Era: From Cognitive Radio Networks to Vehicle-to-Vehicle Networks
Date: 2014/6/25             Browse: 684

Speaker:     Dr. Wenye Wang

Time:         June 25, 4~5pm

Location:     Room 220


The world has changed, and so is our living, which owes greatly to the advances in technologies, especially wireless communications and networking solutions. In this talk, we will look into the virtual world of information propagation, which is highly inter-dependent and thus complex. We cannot escape the necessity for care toward each other. Then even from the point of view of one's own personal survival and well-being, one can argue for an organic system based on communications and social behaviors. Revealing the time-varying structure of networks underlying information flow in such complex systems is a central challenge. We have developed some interesting observations in cognitive radio networks and vehicle-to-vehicle networks in that users are inter-dependent in seeking for the best communication links toward their own benefits.


Wenye Wang receiver her undergraduate degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), in Beijing China, and a Master Degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE), and PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). In 2002, she joined Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in North Carolina State University (NC State) as a faculty member until now. She is an NSF Career receipts in 2006. She is an ACM member and IEEE Senior member.

                                                                                                                    SIST-Seminar 14022