Qiao Xiang (向乔)
Postdoctoral Fellow

Email: qiao dot xiang at cs dot mcgill dot ca

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Starting fall 2015, I joined the LAboratory of Networked Systems in the Department of Computer Science of Yale University as a Postdoctoral Fellow. My mentor is Dr. Yang Richard Yang. From 2014 to 2015, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab in the School of Computer Science of McGill University, mentored by Dr. Xue Liu. I received my Master and PhD Degrees from the Department of Computer Science at Wayne State University in 2012 and 2014, respectively, under the supervision of Dr. Hongwei Zhang. I received my Bachelor Degree in Information Security and Bachelor Degree in Economics from Nankai University in 2007. Please see my CV for more information.


12/2015 [Paper]: one paper is accepted by Computer Networks .
11/2015 [Paper]: one paper is accepted by INFOCOM 2016 .
10/2015 [Service]: One Internet-Draft was submit to the IETF ALTO working group.
10/2015 [Service]: I serve on the editorial board of Journal of Wireless Communications (JoWC) .
07/2015 [Talk]: I give a talk on our paper Auc2Charge at ACM e-Energy 2015 in Bengaluru, India.
06/2015 [Service]: I serve on the shadow TPC for CoNEXT 2015.
05/2015 [Award]: I am awarded the travel grant of ACM e-Energy 2015.
05/2015 [Talk]: I give a Pecha Kucha style talk "Designing Real-time, Reliable and Efficient Cyber-Physical Systems for Future Smart City" at the faculty lunch meeting of Senseable City Lab at MIT in Massachusetts, United States.