Wei received his Ph.D from the George Washington University. His research interests span the areas of smart city, edge computing, and cybersecurity. In particular, he is working on localization in GPS-denied environments, HCI based security, public safety networks, underwater networks, and RFID systems for smart transportation. His research have been funded by NSF and NIST. He has more than 70 publications and 1 US patent. He served as the technical program committee chair/member and the editorial board member for several top international conferences and journals, respectively.
Current Research Projects
HCI based Security and Control: Utilize biomatric sensors such as muscle sensors, eye trackers, and taste sensors for security and control applications.
Edge Computing: Design localization, topology control, routing, and security solutions for public safety networks, super dense smart communities, and smart transportation systems.
Underwater Networks: Study acoustic based solutions for localization and networking.
Ph.D. Students:Students, who are interested in pursuing their Ph.D. in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at UW Seattle, please email me your CV and GRE.
M.S. Students: Graduate students at UW Tacoma are welcomed to contact me to conduct thesis, capstone projects, or independent research.
B.S. Students: I am recruiting students for Undergraduate Research