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Ph.D. students Debraj De and Shouling Ji were each awarded a $1,000 travel grant to attend the 32nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2012), which was held in Macau, China, on June 18–21.
Mr. De presented the paper “FindingHuMo: Real-Time Tracking of Motion Trajectories from Anonymous Binary Sensing in Smart Environments,” which was co-authored by associate professor WenZhan Song, Ph.D. student Mingsen Xu, Dr. Cheng-Liang Wang (Chongqing University), Dr. Diane Cook (Washington State University), and Dr. Xiaoming Huo (Georgia Tech).
Mr. Ji presented the paper “Optimal Distributed Data Collection for Asynchronous Cognitive Radio Networks,” co-authored by adjunct assistant professor Zhipeng Cai, Ph.D. student Jing He, and associate professor Anu Bourgeois.
ICDCS 2012 was sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing. Funding for travel grants was provided by the National Science Foundation.