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Mo Sha

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
Binghamton University |
State University of New York

Office: EB Q12
Email: msha AT binghamton.edu
Phone: (607) 777-3507

Mailing Address:
4400 Vestal Parkway East, Computer Science,
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000

 Biography

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Binghamton University - State University of New York (SUNY Binghamton). Before joining Binghamton University, I was a Postdoctoral Researcher at National Renewable Energy Laboratory and an Assistant Professor at Governors State University. I received my Ph.D. degree under the supervision of Chenyang Lu from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to my PhD, I received a M.Phil. degree from City University of Hong Kong and a B.Eng. degree from Beihang University. My research interests include Wireless Networks, Internet of Things, Embedded and Real-Time Systems, and Cyber-Physical Systems. I am a member of ACM, IEEE, and Sigma Xi.

I am looking for self-motivated PhD students! Prospective students with interest and expertise in Wireless Networks, Internet of Things, Embedded and Real-Time Systems, and Cyber-Physical Systems are welcome to contact me through email. [Details]

Recent News

[Service] Serve as a TPC member for EWSN'17. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Service]
Serve as a session chair for IWQoS'17.
[Paper]
Our paper "Adaptive Radio and Transmission Power Selection for Internet of Things" has been accepted to IWQoS'17.
[Event]
Deploy a Wireless Embedded System Testbed at Binghamton University.
[Service]
Serve as a TPC member for INFOCOM'18. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Service] Serve as a TPC member for RTSS'17. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Service] Serve as an external TPC member for SenSys'17. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Grant]
Receive the NSF CRII award to develop self-adaptive industrial wireless sensor-actuator networks (single PI, 2017-2019, award abstract). Thank NSF CISE/CNS/NeTS.
[Service] Serve as a TPC member for RTCSA'17. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.

[Paper] Our paper "Impacts of Channel Selection on Industrial Wireless Sensor-Actuator Networks" has been accepted to INFOCOM'17.
[Paper] Our paper "Empirical Study and Enhancements of Industrial Wireless Sensor-Actuator Network Protocols" has been accepted to IEEE Internet of Things Journal.
[Service] Serve as a TPC member for ICDCS'17. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Service] Serve as the submission chair, a TPC member, and a session chair for IoTDI'17 (CPS Week). Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Service] Serve as a TPC member for EWSN'17. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.
[Paper] Our paper "Maximizing Network Lifetime of WirelessHART Networks under Graph Routing" has been accepted to IoTDI'16.
[Paper] Our paper "Real-Time Wireless Sensor-Actuator Networks for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems" has been accepted to the Proceedings of the IEEE, Special Issue on Industrial Cyber Physical Systems.
[Service] Serve as a TPC member for RTCSA'16. Please consider submitting your paper; Call for Papers.

Representative Research Work

Industrial Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks [INFOCOM'17], [IWQoS'17], [IoT-J'17], [PIEEE'16], [IoTDI'16], [RTSS'15], [EWSN'15], [IWQoS'14]

Smart Energy [Building'15], [ICDCS'14], [IoT-J'15]

Smart Home [TNSM'13], [IWQoS'11]

Wireless Health [RTSS'13], [GLOBECOM'12]

Wireless Sensor Networks Protocols [IPSN'13], [ICNP'12], [RTAS'11], [ICNP'10], [RTSS'09], [INFOCOM'09], [WCMC'09]

Network Connectivity [TOSN'11], [INFOCOM'10]

Wireless Embedded System Testbed