Bin Wang, Ph.D.

Computer Science
Professor, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Joshi Research Center 491, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001


Research statement: 

My research areas include: Multimedia communication, real-time system and communication, quality of service provisioning, wireless communication, wireless and mobile networking, wireless sensor networks, pervasive/ubiquitous computing, layered sensing and trusted query, trust, security and information assurance, open spectrum access & cognitive radio networks, information theory, game theory, distributed signal processing, semantic Web, RFID and medical/health informatics, organism and human cellular networks, dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) optical networks, Grid computing.


  • US Department of Energy: IEEE BROADNETS 2007, Fourth IEEE International Conference on Broadband
  • Best Paper Award: Communications, Networks, and Systems, Raleigh NC, September 10 -13
  • X. Luo and B. Wang, “Service Provisioning under a Scheduled Traffic Model Using Light-trails in WDM Optical Networks”: AFOSR Senior Research Fellowship
  • Air Force Office of Scientific Research: US Department of Energy
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