Dr. Yunhao Liu received Best Paper Award
Dr. Yunhao Liu together with his visiting PhD student Dezun Dong, and PhD student Mo Li have recently been awarded the Best Paper Award at the IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS'09). Congratulations!
This year, 305 papers are submitted and 87 are accepted to present on the conference. Among them, only one best paper is selected, being
"WormCircle: Topological Detection on Wormholes in Wireless Sensor Networks" authored by Dezun Dong, Mo Li, Yunhao Liu and Xiangke Liao.
Following the previous successful events since 1992 in Hsinchu, Taiwan, IEEE ICPADS has grown to be an important conference devoted to the ever evolving fields of parallel and distributed computing. Topics for the technical symposia include High Performance Computational Biology, Parallel and Distributed Applications and Algorithms, Multi-core and Multithreaded Architectures, Power-aware Computing, Distributed and Parallel Operating Systems, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks, Wireless and Mobile Computing, Security and Privacy, and etc. Papers accepted for ICPADS 2009 conference and workshops are published by the IEEE Computer Society Press, included in IEEE Xplore and indexed by EI.
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Dr. Yunhao Liu, Dezun Dong and Mo Li (from right to left) receiving the award at the event.