Polly Huang

Polly is a professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering of National Taiwan University (NTU EE). Polly received her PhD from USC (CS 1999) and her BS from NTU (Math 1993). Before returning to NTU, she spent the early days of her career at AT&T Labs-Research, ETH Zurich, and UCLA. Polly was also a visiting scientist at CSAIL MIT Fall 2013.

Over the past 20+ years, Polly has random walked a number of projects under the big umbrella of network and system research, including multicast routing, network simulation, Internet measurement, performance modeling, QoS, sensor networking, indoor localisation, delay-tolerant networking, time synchronisation, mobile system, event/activity inference, ubiquitous and wearable computing, e-health, and etc. The experience has nurtured her interest in design, analysis, and applications of communication networks and systems in general. Her recent interest spans the following 2 areas: multimedia networking and mobile/sensor system.

Polly has (co-)authored over 100 technical articles and over 10 US patents. She has served as a TPC member for a number of high-profile network/system conferences, including ACM Sensys, Mobisys, Sigcomm, Mobicom. She has also served as an associate editor of ACM TOSN, and currently an associate editor of ACM IMWUT. She is a member of the ACM and IEEE.

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