Jiliang Wang is currently an associate professor at School of Software, Tsinghua University, P.R.China. Jiliang Wang received his Ph.D. degree at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and his B.Eng from University of Science and Technology of China. His research interests include Internet of things, mobile networks, wireless and sensor networks. Recently, his group mainly focuses on 1) low power wireless communicaiton in IoTs including LPWAN, wireless backscatter, etc., 2) sensing with various signals in IoTs e.g., sensing and tracking with WiFi, sound, LoRa, UWB, etc., and 3) efficient computing and AI on edge and IoT devices.
He is also interested in real network system, IoT applications, mobile applications design and implementation.
课题组招收本科生、硕士和博士生 Currently, I am looking for self-motivated undergraduate/MPhil/PhD students to work with me. If you are interested my research areas, please contact me.
MOBISYS 2020: Our work NSCale, a receiver side concurrent LoRa collision decoding method, was accepted.
MOBISYS 2020: Our work BlueDoor on analyzing the Bluetooth low energy (BLE) communication vulnerability was accepted.
SECON 2020: Our work FlipLoRa, an effective technique to improve concurrency by flip LoRa symbol, was accepted.
INFOCOM 2020: Our work CoLoRa on concurrent packet reception in LPWAN was accepted.
INFOCOM 2020: Our work DyLoRa on dynamic transmission control and parameter selection for LPWAN was accepted.
INFOCOM 2020: Our work AcouRadar on single source acoustic based localization was accepted.
ICDCS 2019 & IWQOS 2019: Two works on adaptive video streaming and bitrate adaption for mobile and wireless networks are accepted in ICDCS 2019 and IWQoS 2019, respectively.
Invited to be the publicity chair of IEEE SECON 2020.
Invited to be a TPC member of IEEE INFOCOM 2020.
We are organizing two workshops on LPWAN in conjunction with ICPADS 2018 and EWSN 2019, respectively. The two workshops are The 1st workshop on Low Power Wide Area Networks for Internet of Things (LPNET) and The 1st Workshop on LPWAN Systems and Applications (LPWANSys 2018).
MOBICOM 2018: Our work RainbowLight on ambient visible light positioning is accepted in ACM MobiCom 2018.
TON: Our work GeneWave, on fast and secure acoustic based device to device (also mobile to mobile) communication, is accepted in Transactions on Networking (ToN).
Invited to be a TPC member of IEEE INFOCOM 2019.
INFOCOM 2018: 4 papers from our group, on wireless sensing, wireless and edge computing, and IoT security, respectively, were accepted in IEEE INFOCOM 2018.
Awarded as Distinguished TPC Member of IEEE INFOCOM 2018.
Our work, on mobile gaze tracking and application, was accepted in Ubicomp 2017.
Our work, on low power wireless design, was accepted in IEEE ICNP 2017.
Our work on energy efficient communication in coexistence environment was accepted in IEEE Transactions on Communications.
Our work on efficient data flooding was accepted in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN).
Awarded as Distinguished TPC Member of IEEE INFOCOM 2017.
Our work was accepted in IEEE SECON 2017.
Our work was accepted in IEEE INFOCOM 2017.
Best paper award: our work "Link level behaviour measurement in a large scale wireless sensor network" won the best paper award in MSN 2016.
Invited to be a TPC member in IEEE SECON 2017.
Awarded as Distinguished TPC Member of INFOCOM 2016.
Our work "Smokey", a wireless based smoking detection system, accepted in INFOCOM 2016.