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Prof. Dr . Qin Xin graduated with his Ph.D (Oct. 2002 C Nov. 2004) in Department of Computer Science at University of Liverpool, UK in December 2004. Currently, he is working as a FULL professor of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Department of Science and Technology at the University of the Faroe Islands (UoFI), Faroe Islands (Denmark). Prior to joining UoFI, he had held variant research positions in world leading universities and research laboratory including Senior Research Fellowship at Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, Research Scientist/Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Simula Research Laboratory, Norway and Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at University of Bergen, Norway. His main research focus is on design and analysis of sequential, parallel and distributed algorithms for various communication and optimization problems in wireless communication networks. Moreover, he also investigates the combinatorial optimization problems with applications in Bioinformatics, Data Mining and Space Research. Currently, Prof. Dr. Xin is serving on Management Committee Board of Denmark for several EU ICT projects. Dr. Xin has produced more than 70 peer reviewed scientific papers. His works have been published in leading international conferences and journals, such as ICALP, ACM PODC, SWAT, IEEE MASS, ISAAC, SIROCCO, IEEE ICC, Algorithmica, Theoretical Computer Science, Distributed Computing, IEEE Transactions on Computers, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, and Advances in Space Research. He has been very actively involved in the services for the community in terms of acting on various positions (e.g., Session Chair, Member of Technical Program Committee, Symposium Organizer and Local Organization Co-chair) for numerous international leading conferences in the fields of distributed computing, wireless communications and ubiquitous intelligence and computing, including IEEE MASS, IEEE LCN, ACM SAC, IEEE ICC, IEEE Globecom, IEEE WCNC, IEEE VTC, IFIP NPC, IEEE Sarnoff and so on. Note also that he is serving on the editorial boards for more than ten international journals.


Speech Title:Data Mining in Static Sensor Networks

Data mining for the real-time decision in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has been proved to be very important and challenging due to the highly resource-constrained computing, low communicating capacities, and vast amount of instant data generated by WSNs. This challenge motivates the research community to explore data mining techniques to enhance the communication functionalities for WSNs.  In this talk, we will show how the methodologies of data mining can be used to speed up the communication process in WSNs. More specifically, we introduce the geometric ad-hoc routing algorithms to route queries in static WSNs. The main challenge on routing strategies in WSNs is how to minimize the number of transmissions to accomplish the queries. For single source-queries routing, we utilize a centralized mechanism to accomplish a query using an asymptotically optimal number of transmissions $O(c)$, where $c$ is the length of the shortest path between the source and the destination. For multiple-source-queries routing, the number of transmissions for each query is bounded by $O(\frac{c\log D}{\log c})$, where $D$ is the diameter of the WSN. In this talk, we will also address some open problems on data mining for both static and dynamic WSNs.





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