During my time at Bradley, I had the opportunity to participate in a few research projects.
Investigation into the partial sensing coverage with connectivity problem in structured lattice wireless sensor networks WSNs through mathematically modelling, theoretical derivation, computer-based simulations, and performance evaluation.
Published: International Journal of Sensor Networks
Other Authors: Yun Wang, Yanping Zhang, Xiaolong Li
This publication covers research performed on the sensing properties of Wireless Sensor Networks in lattice configurations. My contribution primarily involved equation derivation and simulation-based validation of theoretical analysis.
Published: IEEE ICC 2014 Conference
Other Authors: Yun Wang, Zhifeng Xiao, Yanping Zhang
This publication covers research performed on intelligent intrusion on Wireless Sensor Networks.
Published: 2015 IEEE Global Communications Conference
Other Authors: Yun Wang, Sarah Fields, Colleen Heinemann, Zach Reiter
Technologies: C++, C#
While I studied for my Master's degree, I worked as a Graduate Assistant at Bradley University. The bulk of my work involved development and management of the Ciliates.org family of websites.
Ciliates (Phylum Ciliophora) are a group of protozoans. I primarily worked with Tetrahymena and Stentor, but Ciliates.org also covers Oxytricha, Ichthyophthirius, and Stylonychia.
Each Ciliate website hosted a few web applications for analyzing the organism's genome. These tools offer many features, such as genome annotation, sequence comparison, and a gene wiki.
The major project during my time there was the Stentor genome. The article The Macronuclear Genome of Stentor coeruleus Reveals Tiny Introns in a Giant Cell. was published in the Feburary 20, 2017 edition of Current Biology.