December 7, 2006
Assistant Professor Tian He, Computer Science and Engineering and DTC, has won two best paper awards
CSE Assistant Professor Tian He won a Best Paper Award for a joint paper called, “SIGF: A Family of Configurable, Secure, Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks,” on October 30 from the 2006 ACM workshop on Security of Ad Hoc Sensor Networks (SASN) in Virginia. Each of the paper's authors received $500 and an award certificate.
CSE Assistant Professor Tian He and Electrical Engineering student Qingquan Zhang won the Best Paper Award at the International Conference on Mobile Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks (MSN 2006) for their paper, “Gradient-Driven Target Acquisition in Wireless Mobile Sensor Network.” Professor He co-authored and supervised the paper, which initially started as a course project for a Computer Science class CSci 5980. More than 250 papers were submitted for this award, in which each winner gets a certificate and $100.