Grace Guiling Wang, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Her research focuses on wireless sensor networks, vehicular networks, network security and mobile computing.
Wang's past work on mobile sensor networks has been internationally recognized and widely cited by peer researchers. Now she pioneers in solving the energy problem in sensor networks by utilizing the wireless recharging technology and sensor replacement and reclamation strategy. She also works on another project studying the symbiosis of sensor networks and vehicular networks to provide a more effective and reliable solution to improve driving safety. These projects are supported by the National Science Foundation.
Wang has published papers in highly competitive top-tier conferences such as INFOCOM, ICNP, ICDCS and PerCom, and prestigious journals such as IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks
, and IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
. Her papers have also been widely cited by other conference and journal papers.
She received her PhD degree in computer science and a minor degree in statistics from The Pennsylvania State University and her BS degree in software from Nankai University, China.Last update: June 8, 2011
Topics: wireless sensor networks, mobile sensor networks, vehicular networks, network security, mobile computing