Dr. Chih-Kuang Lin (Stan)                    CV

    Research field and interest:

Data management for resource-constrained wireless networks; Cross-layer system design, prototype and evaluation; Energy saving in wireless ad hoc networks; Communication and network model via game-theoretic applications; wireless unicast vs. multicast, QoS routing, etc.

MTS Researcher with the Bell Labs
Research Fellow with the Q2S center, Norway
RA/TA at the University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Engineer with the Samsung Telecom, TX, USA
TA at the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA

  • Patent application submitted to INPI (Configurable receive mode for energy-limited tag) , October, 2014.
  • Patent application submitted to INPI (Object tracking) , September, 2014.
  • Patent application submitted to INPI (Cloud-based tracking services) , September, 2014.
  • Serve on the TPC of IEEE PIMRC Conf. 2014 - MAC and Cross-layer design track
  • Poster: Sleep Management for Energy Efficient M2M Communications, Intl. Workshop on Weightless Machine Communications (WeM2M), London, April, 2014. (Presented)
  • Patent application submitted to INPI (Info-Hav) , April, 2014.
  • Patent application submitted to INPI (SIC-CSMA) , Feb., 2014.
  • The paper, Combining Successive Interference Cancellation and CSMA/CA in a Beam Forming IEEE 802.15.4 Gateway, IEEE ICC Conf., Sydney, 2014. (accepted)
  • Patent application submitted to INPI(Sleep) , Oct, 2013.
  • Patent application submitted to INPI(Sleep) , Oct, 2013.
  • Patent application submitted to INPI(WuRad) , June, 2013.
  • The paper, Implementation and Evaluation of Extended-range Indoor Wireless Sensor Networks, Proc. IEEE PIMRC Conf., London, UK, 2013.
  • Patent application submitted to INPI(DynamicCluster) , 19-Dec-2012.
  • The paper, A cross layer design and evaluation of IEEE 802.15.4 network with an enhanced sensor gateway: Injecting hierarchy into wireless sensor networks, Proc. IEEE ICC Conf., 2013.
  • Sensor gateway HW/SW integration and demo.
  • Cross-layer WSN simulation  (Indoor RF+PHY+MAC+Routing)
  • Wireless link quality assessment.
  • Smart-grid network performance evaluation in GSM/GPRS
  • Live WSN test-bed in Cork School of Music (completed at 11-January-2013)
  • The paper, Cross-layer Solutions for Extended-range Wireless Sensor Networks, IEEE Sensors Journal. (Accepted in Oct. 2012)
  • Bell Labs Seminar, "An Adaptive and Reliable Channel Access Method for Wireless Sensor Networks with Extended-range Sensor Gateway: Analysis, Simulation and Prototype," Dublin,  Feb. 2012. 
  • ALU Tech. Report, "Neighbor-cooperative CSMA/CA protocol," by Lin et al., ITD-12-53014z, Jan. 2012.
  • TPC of  IEEE WCNC IoT-ET 2012 workshop.
  • The paper, Extended-range Wireless Sensor Networks with Enhanced IEEE 802.15.4 CSMA/CA, Proc. IEEE Sensors Conference,  2011. (Selected as one of the best papers by TPC and invited to submit its extended version to IEEE Sensors Journal)
  • Patent application submitted to INPI(Cluster), 27 July, 2011.
  • The paper, A Distributed and Scalable Time Slot Allocation Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks, by Lin et al. Proc. of IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), April, 2011.
  • Euro-NF Ph.D. Game Theory Course, Paris, Jan. 2010.
  • Co-Chair of the Internation workshop on QoS enabled Sensor Network (QoS2N) in conjunction with MDM 2010, Kansas City.
  • The paper, A Game Theoretic Framework for Decentralized and Distributed Energy Utilization in Wireless Sensor Networks, by Lin et al. is accepted to the ISCA International Conference on Sensor Networks and Applications (SNA'09), San Francisco, 2009. (Invited paper)  
  • The paper, Energy-aware Path Selection in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks: A Dynamic Bayesian Game Approach, by Lin et al. is accepted to the 20th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC'09), Tokyo, 2009.
  • Program Committee of SENSORCOMM 2010.
  • The paper, Adaptable Probabilistic Transmission Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks, by Lin et al. was accepted and then awarded the BEST PAPER AWARD at the SENSORCOMM Conference, 2009.  The extended version of the paper is invited to be published in International Journal On Advances in Networks and Services
  • Session chair at the conf. on SENSORCOMM, Athen, Greece, 2009.
  • Editorial Review Board of  the International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR) from 2009 to 2010.
  • 2007 and 2008 Robert R. Korfhage Award (The most original and innovative research paper in SIS, University of Pittsburgh)
  • 2006 Best Poster Award (2nd placed) in SIS Festival, University of Pittsburgh