Professor Guoliang “Larry” Xue joined ASU in 2001. He received the PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota in 1991. Prior to joining ASU, he was an associate professor of Computer Science at the University of Vermont (UVM). Prior to joining UVM, he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Army High Performance Computing Research Center. His research interests include survivability and security in mobile social networks and smart grid, and optimization and economic approaches to network applications. He has authored over 240 refereed research papers in these areas, many of which appeared in top-tier conferences such as ICNP, INFOCOM, MOBICOM, MOBIHOC, and NDSS. His research has been continuously supported by NSF and ARO. He received several best paper awards and served as general/TPC chair of many major conferences. He is an Associate Editor of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking and Vice Chair of the Steering Committee of IEEE INFOCOM. He is an IEEE Fellow.
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, 1991
M.S., Operations Research, Qufu Normal University – Qufu, China, 1984
B.S., Mathematics, Qufu Normal University – Qufu, China, 1981
Survivability and security in smart grid, privacy and security in mobile social networks, economic approaches to network applications.
Honors and awards
- IEEE Fellow
- Keynote Speaker at IEEE LCN’2011 and IEEE ICNC’2013
- Vice Chair of the Steering Committee of IEEE INFOCOM
- TPC co-Chair of IEEE INFOCOM’2010
- General co-Chair of IEEE CNS’2013
- Associate Editor of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking