Guoliang Xue is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU). Before joining ASU as a tenured Associate Professor in 2001, he had worked at The University of Vermont as an Assistant/Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering (1993-2001), The University of Minnesota as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Army High Performance Computing Research Center (1991-93), and Qufu Normal University as a Lecturer in the Institute of Operations Research (1984-87). He was promoted to the rank of Full Professor in 2005.
He earned a PhD degree in Computer Science in June 1991 from The University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, USA), an MS degree in Operations Research in December 1984 from Qufu Normal University (Qufu, China), and a BS degree in Mathematics in December 1981 from Qufu Normal University (Qufu, China). After one year of high school education, he worked in the countryside as an elementary school teacher for 2.5 years before becoming a member of the first class of college students in China after the Culture Revolution.
His research interests include wireless networking, quality of service provisioning, survivability and security issues in networking (both wireless and wireline). His research has been continuously supported by federal agencies including NSF and ARO. He has published over 200 refereed papers, including over 100 journal papers.
He has been active in professional service, including the following
He has received a number of honors, including
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