I am an Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department at the University of Arizona. I won the NSF CAREER award (2004), to work on
"Pattern Matching, Realistic Input Models and Sensor Placement.
Useful Algorithms in Computational Geometry."
I am on the editorial board of
IJCGA and of
I was a program committee member of
ACM GIS 2007,
09, 11,12, 13,14, 15,
ALGOSENSORS 08 and 11,
10 and 11,
I was the co-chair of the sensor network algorithms track of ALGOSENSORS14 and a co-organizers of the
workshop on Geometric Optimization in Wireless Communication and Sensing, in conjunction with SoCG 14.
CSc445 Introduction to Algorithm
CSc625 Problem-solving via Optimization and Geometric Reasoning with Applications to Networking and Sensor Network
Previously taught courses
Publications (by subjects),
and my H-Index on
- The SLIC
video browsing system.
- Network Protection and vulnerability here
- Astroid Detection
- TEDx Tucson Salon (Oct 2013) its
abstract, and the talk.
- Jesus Arango, (Cisco Systems)
- Swaminathan Sankararaman (Akamai)
- Qiyam Tung (Amazon)
We are working on ways to schedule the motion of a swarm of UAV sweeping terrains looking for moving targets. See the demos
and read the papers
here and here.
Qiyam Tung created a great youtube clip presenting some of our work on context-driven text expansion and its applications to the educational video browsing SLIC project.
- Check our Codpon Project in Brazil.
Javad Taheri wrote cool applets for basestation location problems