yaoqing

Yaoqing Liu

Assistant Professor
Science Center 381
Computer Science
Clarkson University
Email: liu at clarkson dot edu
Tel: 315-268-2374


[News] [Research Interests] [Teaching] [Ongoing Projects] [Patents] [Publications] [Activities]

Dr. Liu is looking for highly motivated PhD students, who are interested in computer networking and would like to conduct high quality research with long lasting impact to this world. Teaching Assistants or Research Assistants with Highly Competitive Stipends are Available for Qualified Candidates. Please send your CV directly to me.

News

  1. Dr. Liu was appointed as a Technical Program Committee (TPC) member for The International Workshop on Computer and Networking Experimental Research Using Testbeds (CNERT 2014).
  2. Dr. Liu attended 19th GENI Engineering Conference and 3rd GENI Research and Educational Experiment Workshop (GREE 2014) during 03/17/2014-03/20/2014 with NSF supported travel grant.
  3. Dr. Liu visited Microsoft headquarter and their Data Center for our Distributed Green Data Center (GDC) project on 12/17/2013 in Seattle.
  4. Dr. Liu attended NANOG (North America Network Operators' Group) 59 during 10/06/2013-10/09/2013 in Phoenix.

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Current Research interests

1. Global Forwarding Table Aggregation: can we develop a more efficient and easily deployable FIB aggregation algorithm?

2. FIB Caching: further reduce the FIB size with the assistance of Software Defined Network (SDN)

3. Named Data Network (NDN) routing scalability issues, applications over NDN

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Teaching

  1. CS 654: Current Issues/Computer Networks, spring, 2014
  2. CS 634: Thesis (Thesis Research), spring, 2014
  3. CS 455/555 EE 407/507: Computer Networks, fall 2013
  4. CS 350/550: Software Design and Development, fall 2013

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Projects

  1. Distributed Green Data Center (GDC)
  2. A real-time system for Router Forwarding Table Aggregation
  3. FIB Caching in SDN
  4. Named Data Network Routing Scalability Issues

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Patents

  1. Y. Liu, L. Wang, B. Zhang and X. Zhao, "FIB Aggregation", Formal Patent Application filed.
  2. Y. Liu, L. Wang, "FIB Caching", Provisional Patent Application filed.

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Publications (Google Scholar Citations)

  1. J. Abraham, Y. Liu, L. Wang and B. Zhang, "A Flexible Quagga Based Virtual Network With FIB Aggregation," IEEE Network Magazine, accepted and to appear.
  2. Y. Liu, S. Amin and L. Wang, "Efficient FIB Caching Using Minimal Non-Overlapping Prefixes", ACM SIGCOMM CCR, vol. 43, issue 1, pp. 14-21, Jan. 2013.(Acceptance Rate: <= 15%)
  3. Y. Liu, X. Zhao, L. Wang, and B. Zhang, "On the Aggregatability of Router Forwarding Tables", Book Chapter ( Solutions for Sustaining Scalability in Internet Growth), page 39-59.
  4. Y. Liu, B. Zhang and L. Wang, "FIFA: Fast Incremental FIB Aggregation", INFOCOM'2013, Turin, Italy, April, 2013. (Acceptance Rate: 17.4%)
  5. C. Yi, A. Hoque, Y. Liu, G. Sanders, L. Wang and B. Zhang, "OSPFN: a routing software package for Named Data Networking (NDN) based on Quagga".
  6. Y. Liu, X. Zhao, K. Nam, L. Wang and B. Zhang, "Incremental Forwarding Table Aggregation", GlobeCom 2010, Miami, FL, December 6-10, 2010.
  7. V. Khare, D. Jen, X. Zhao, Y. Liu, B. Zhang, D. Massey, L. Wang and L. Zhang, "Evolution Towards Global Routing Scalability", IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications(JSAC). (Impact factor: 3.413)
  8. X. Zhao, Y. Liu, L. Wang and B. Zhang, "On the Aggregatability of Router Forwarding Tables", INFOCOM'2010 main conference, San Diego, CA, March 15-19, 2010.(Acceptance Rate: 17.5%).
  9. B. Zhang, L. Wang, X. Zhao, Y. Liu and L. Zhang, "FIB Aggregation: draft-zhang-fibaggregation-02.txt", IETF 76 - Hiroshima, Japan, November 8-13, 2009.
  10. L. Wang, Q. Wu, Y. Liu, "Design and Validation of PATRICIA for the Mitigation of Network Flooding Attacks", in Proceedings of the IEEE/IFIP International Symposium on Trusted Computing and Communications, Vancouver, Canada, August 29-31, 2009.
  11. Z. Guo, Y. Liu and W. Liu, "Vehicles arrangement model in production scheme of open-pit mine," Journal of Dalian Maritime University, vol.30, no. 3, Aug. 2004, Dalian, China. (1st place of National Mathematical Modeling Contest)

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Professonal Activities

Conferences/Workshops

  1. 19th GENI Engineering Conference and 3rd GENI Research and Educational Experiment Workshop (GREE 2014), March 17-20, 2014, Atlanta, Georgia.
  2. Visit to Microsoft headquarter and their Data Center for Distributed Green Data Center (GDC) project, December 17, 2013, Seattle, WA.
  3. NANOG (North America Network Operators' Group) 59, October 6-9, 2013,Phoenix, AR.
  4. Poster presentation:Efficient FIB Caching using Minimal Non-Overlapping Prefix, April 1, 2013, the 25nd Annual Student Research Forum at The University of Memphis.
  5. Oral presentation: Efficient FIB Caching using Minimal Non-Overlapping Prefix, March 22, 2013, Research Day of Computer Science Department, Memphis.
  6. Oral presentation: Efficient FIB Caching using Minimal Non-Overlapping Prefix, The University of Mississippi, March 6, 2013, Oxford, MS.
  7. Oral presentation: FIFA: Fast Incremental FIB Aggregation, October 23, 2012, NANOG 56 (North America Network Operators' Group), Dallas, TX.
  8. Oral presentation: FIFA: Fast Incremental FIB Aggregation, September 28, 2012, Colloquium, in the Computer Science Department at The University of Memphis.
  9. Poster presentation: Keeping Router FIB Table Size Optimal is possible and affordable, April 1, 2012, the 24nd Annual Student Research Forum at The University of Memphis.
  10. Poster presentation: Keeping Router FIB Table Size Optimal is possible and affordable, March 16, 2012, Research Day of Computer Science Department, Memphis.
  11. CCNxCon-CCNx Community Meeting September 2011 in PARC, September 12-14, 2011, Palo Alto, CA
  12. NDN project retreat in PARC, May 23-25, 2011, Palo Alto, CA
  13. Oral presentation on FIB aggregation and Extra Routable Space Evaluation in UCLA, October 29, 2010, , Los Angels, CA
  14. NDN workshop in UCLA, October 28, 2010, Los Angels, CA
  15. ACM SIGCOMM 2010 conference, August 30-September 3, 2010, New Delhi, India.
  16. Poster presentation: Incremental Fowarding Table Aggregation, April 5, 2010, the 22nd Annual Student Research Forum at The University of Memphis.
  17. Oral presentation: On the tradeoffs of FIB aggregation algorithms, March 19, Research Day of Computer Science Department, Memphis.
  18. INFOCOM 2010, March 16-18, 2010, San Diego, Califrnia.
  19. NANOG47(North American Network Operators' Group), October 18-21, 2009, Dearborn, Michigan.
  20. Oral presentation: Design and Validation of PATRICIA for the Mitigation of Network Flooding Attacks. IEEE CSE09/EUC09/PASSAT09/SocialCom09/TrustCom, August 29-31, 2009, Vancouver, Canada.
  21. eFIT retreat, August 06-07, 2009, Dever, Colorado.
  22. The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), April 26-28, 2009, San Francisco, California.

Reviewer

  1. ICCCN 2013
  2. ACM SIGCOMM CCR 2013
  3. IEEE INFOCOM 2013
  4. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 2012
  5. ACM SIGCOMM-ICN 2012
  6. IEEE INFOCOM 2012 NOMEN workshop
  7. IEEE International Conference on Communications ICC 2011
  8. NGNI IEEE INFOCOM 2011
  9. IEEE GlobeCom 2010
  10. INSS 2010
  11. IEEE INFOCOM 2010
  12. MSWiM 2009

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