We won ICC’14 best paper award! http://icc2014.ieee-icc.org/program.html The second one is our paper. Out of total 2,608 submissions, only 13 papers received the best paper awards!
Yuhong Liu obtained a tenure track position at Penn State University, Altoona. She will start her job as assistant professor in September 2013.
Yuhong Liu won the Graduate School Excellence in Doctoral Research Award, in April 2013. “Your outstanding dissertation was in a class by itself, and thus you hold the distinction of being the only winner of this award this year.”
Dr. Sun is elected as a member of Information and Forensics and Security Technical Committee, IEEE Signal Processing Society, Term: 01/01/2012 – 12/31/2014.
Dr. Haibo He and Dr. Yan Sun won a three-year NSF award in September 2011. The project title is Secure the Electrical Power Grid: Smart Grid versus Smart Attacks.
Dr. Yan Sun won a three-year NSF award in August 2011. The project title is Bridging Reliability Analysis and Reality in Sensor Systems: Theories and Applications. This is a collaborative project with Dr. Liudong Xing and Dr. Vinod Vokkarane at UMass Dartmouth.
Dr. Yan Sun and her student Yuhong Liu win the best paper award of SocialCom 2010! This paper, entitled “Anomaly Detection in Feedback-based Reputation Systems through Temporal and Correlation Analysis” was presented on August 20. (The acceptance rate for Socialcom’10 is 10~11%. )
In December 2009, Dr. Sun is appointed as an Associate Editor position with IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, which is highly visible publication — constantly ranked top 3 (most often cited) among all electrical and electronics journals, according to the Institute for Scientific Information’s (ISI’s) Journal Citation Reports. She will work with the SPM eNews team.
Dr. Helen Hwang, Dr. Yan Sun, and Dr. Qing Yang won a three-year $1.38M award from NSF Cyber Physical System Program in September 2009. The project title is Towards Neural-controlled Artificial Legs using High-Performance Embedded Computers. Dr. Sun’s contribution is to ensure trustworthiness and reliability of such biomedical system.
Win Air Force Research SBIR Phase I award in Jan 2009. The project title is “Secure Adaptive Routing Protocol (SARP) for Wireless Sensor Networks”, with Lisa DiPippo at URI and mZeal communications.
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