Contact Department of Computer Science Mobile: (918) 926-6699
Information University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Oﬃce: (217) 333-1515
201 N. Goodwin Avenue firstname.lastname@example.org
Urban, IL 61801 http://cairo.cs.uiuc.edu/ yHuang/
Research Vehicular Networks, Proximity Social Networks, Mobile Wireless Networks, Smartphone
Interests Applications, Distributed Systems, Content Sharing and Data Dissemination, Quality of
Service, Topology Control, Mobility Model, Security
Education University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, USA
Ph.D., Computer Science, GPA: 3.90/4.00, Aug. 2010 (Expected)
Peking University, Beijing, China
B.S., Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, GPA: 3.90/4.00, Jul. 2004
Honors and CS Department Conference Travel Grant Award, UIUC, 2009
Awards IEEE MASS 2009 Student Travel Grant Award, 2009
Qualcomm “Q” Award of Excellence Scholarship, 2008
2nd Place Project Award, CS438 Communication Networks, UIUC, 2005
Marykay Scholarship, Peking University, 2003
Excellent Student in Academy, Moral and Health, Peking University, 2003
Dean’s Award For Study Excellence, Peking University, 2002
Guanghua Scholarship, Peking University, 2002
Thesis Research Assistant, Multimedia Operating System and Networking Group
Research Adviser: Professor Klara Nahrstedt 09/05–Now
• Data Management and Content Sharing in Delay Tolerant Networks
• WiFi-based Content Distribution Community Infrastructure [ICDCS’09]
Designed a WiFi-based content distribution community infrastructure for vehicular
networks with erasure-coded cache at wireless access points (APs). Formalized the
cache management problem at APs to maximize ﬁle retrieval probability, based on
content popularity and AP visit patterns.
• Delay Tolerant Content Sharing among Vehicles
Designed a P2P ﬁle sharing system for vehicular networks with query-aware caching
at vehicles. Formalized the ﬁle copy management problem at vehicles to maximize
users’ download utility, based on content popularity.
• Development: Java, Matlab, Python (7,000 lines); Windows, Android
• Relay Placement for Reliable Base Station Connectivity
• Developed various constrained relay placement algorithms to maintain reliable con-
nectivity to base stations for polymorphous networks with multiple topologies [SECON’10].
• Constructing a testbed of Android phones and WiFi gateways for real-time monitor-
ing applications, streaming multimedia and sensor reading in particular.
• Development: Matlab, C++ (4,000 lines); ns-2
• Broadcast Authentication with Integrated QoS and QoP
• Developed an authentication protocol for probabilistic broadcast with collaborative
key delivery, which trades oﬀ security against compromise for shortened authentica-
tion delay [MASS’09].
• Developed a Denial-of-Service resilient broadcast authentication protocol with prob-
abilistic authentication and context-aware adaptation to balance the capability to
contain false injection and end-to-end delay [MCN’08].
• Development: Java, C++, Perl (3,000 lines); ns-2, Linux
• Mobility Model for First Responders in Incident Scene
• Developed a mobility model to capture organized, collaborative and responsive behav-
ior for ﬁrst responders in incident scenes. Implemented the mobility trace generation
tool “CORPS”, which simulates movement of ﬁrst responders with diﬀerent roles,
considering attention and caution events, and their interaction with other people.
• Development: C++, Tcl, shell script (3,500 lines); ns-2
Other Broadband Network Research Lab, Motorola, Marlborough, MA USA
Research Research Intern 05/07–08/07
• Developed a comprehensive mobility model for ﬁrst responders in incident scene.
• Filed a patent for our joint work on “Method and Apparatus for Alerting nodes of a
Malicious Node in a Mobile Ad-Hoc Communication System”.
Research Intern 05/06–08/06
• Implemented various attack behaviors on the Dynamic Source Routing module in
OPNET, and studied the impact of attacks on routing protocol performance.
Graduate Research Assistant, NCSA, UIUC 01/05-08/05
SACRED (RFC 3760) Project, advised by Dr. Jim Basney
• SACRED (Securely Available Credentials) is an IETF framework and protocol to
allow secure, authenticated, and portable access to security credentials. I imple-
mented a client-side applet, integrated with Mozilla Firefox via smart card interface.
I also ported SACRED java client in C and tested cross-language and cross-platform
compatibility and robustness.
• Development: C, Java (6,000 lines)
Teaching Teaching Assistant, CS 425: Distributed Systems Fall 2009
Experience • Gave guest lectures and Android programming tutorials.
• Designed two course projects, Peer-to-Peer chatting and ﬁle sharing applications over
WiFi for Android phones with sample code.
Teaching Assistant, CS 101: Introduction to Computing Fall 2004
• Graded homework, machine problems and exams.
• Wrote hand-in shell scripts for automatic checking and grading of course projects.
Service Mobile Learning Community: Using Android Phones in Education 07/09–now
• Teach Android programming with hands-on experience of Android devices.
• Mentor educational projects, provide technical support and manage software.
Skills Operating System: Windows, Linux, Android OS, Symbian, TinyOS
Networking: Socket API, TCP/IP, Wireless MAC/Routing protocols
Optimization: Matlab, CPlex
Conference Ying Huang, Yan Gao, Klara Nahrstedt, “Relay Placement for Reliable Base Station
Publications Connectivity in Polymorphous Networks,” To appear in The 7th Annual IEEE Commu-
nications Society Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks
(SECON’10), Boston, MA, June 2010 (Acceptance rate 23%)
Ying Huang, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, “ChainFarm: A Novel Authentication Pro-
tocol for High-rate Any Source Probabilistic Broadcast,” The 6th IEEE International
Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS’09), Macau, China, Oct 2009
(Acceptance rate 25%)
Ying Huang, Yan Gao, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, “Optimizing File Retrieval in Delay-
Tolerant Content Distribution Community,” The 29th IEEE Conference on Distributed
Computing Systems (ICDCS’09), Montreal, Canada, June 2009 (Acceptance rate 16%)
Qiyan Wang, Himanshu Khurana, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, “Time Valid One-Time
Signature for Time-Critical Multicast Data Authentication,” The 28th IEEE Conference
on Computer Communications (INFOCOM’09), 2009
Ying Huang, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “CORPS: Event-Driven Mobil-
ity Model for First Responders in Incident Scene,” 2008 IEEE Military communications
conference (MILCOM’08), San Diego, CA, 2008
Ying Huang, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “Incident Scene Mobility
Analysis,” 2008 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security
(THS’08), Waltham, MA, May 2008
Ying Huang, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “Requirements and System Ar-
chitecture Design Consideration for First Responder Systems,” 2007 IEEE International
Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (THS’07), 2007
Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “SMOCK: A Self-contained
Public Key Management Scheme for Mission-critical Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,” The
5th Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications
(PerCom’07), 2007 (Acceptance rate 9.6%)
Journal Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Ravishankar Sathyam, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “SMOCK:
Publications A Scalable Method of Cryptographic Key Management for Mission-Critical Wireless Ad-
Hoc Networks,” IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Volume 4,
Issue 1, pp 140-150, March 2009.
Book Klara Nahrstedt, Wenbo He, Ying Huang, “Security in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,” in
Chapters Guide to Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, 2009
Workshop Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt and Bo Wu, “Message Propagation in Ad-
and Poster Hoc-Based Proximity Mobile Social Networks,” The Sixth International Workshop on
Publications Mobile Peer-to-Peer Computing(MP2P’10), in conjunction with The Eighth Annual IEEE
International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom 2010),
Mannheim, Germany, March 2010
Ying Huang, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “DoS-Resistant Broadcast Au-
thentication Protocol with Low End-to-end Delay,” The 2nd IEEE Workshop on Mission-
Critical Networking, in conjunction with IEEE Infocom 2008 (MCN’08), Phoenix, Ari-
zona, April 2008
Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, and Whay C. Lee, “MobiHerald: Alert Prop-
agation in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks,” ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Com-
munications Review, Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2008. (Mobicom’07 Poster Abstract)
Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, and Whay C. Lee, “A Scalable Public Key
Management Scheme in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,” ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Com-
puting and Communications Review, Volume 11, Issue 2, April 2007. (Mobicom’06 Poster
Technical Ying Huang, Wenbo He, Klara Nahrstedt, and Whay C. Lee, “CORPS: Event-Driven
Reports Incident Mobility Model For First Responders,” Technical report of Computer Science
Department in UIUC, http://hdl.handle.net/2142/14535 (TR’09), 2009
Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, and Whay C. Lee, “Dandelion: Mobility-
assisted Reliable Message Propagation Protocol in MANETs,” Technical report of De-
partment of Computer Science in UIUC, UIUCDCS-R-2007-2924, 2007
Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, and Whay C. Lee, “MobiHerald: Alert Prop-
agation in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks,” Technical report of Computer Science Department
in UIUC, UIUCDCS-R-2007-2825, 2007
Under Ying Huang, Yan Gao, Klara Nahrstedt, “VShare for Content Sharing in Vehicular Net-
Patents Wenbo He, Ying Huang, Klara Nahrstedt, Whay C. Lee, “Method and Apparatus for
Alerting nodes of a Malicious Node in a Mobile Ad-Hoc Communication System,” ﬁled
by Motorola Inc. in Nov. 2007
Talks Conference talks at MASS’09, ICDCS’09, MILCOM’08, MCN’08, THS’08, Mobicom’07
Professional Reviewer for IEEE Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, Percom’10
Activities Reviewer for Conference on Emerging Networking Experiments and Technologies, CoNext’09
References Available upon request