About Me

My name is Tao Liu, a Ph.D graduated from the School of Engineering at University of California, Merced in August 2013. My advisor is Dr. Alberto Cerpa and I was a member of the ANDES lab.

Research

My research interests lie broadly in the computer networking and distributed systems areas with an emphasis on wireless sensor networks. The core of my research focuses on temporal and spatial behavior of link quality in low power wireless networks and algorithms for effective wireless link quality estimation and routing. My research topics mainly include wireless link quality estimation and prediction, as well as other projects such as solar irradiance sensing. Please see my research page for a full list of my projects.

Publication

Full list of Publications

Bio

Tao Liu is a PhD newly graduated from the EECS program, School of Engineering at the University of California, Merced. He is advised by Alberto Cerpa, associate professor in the School of Engineering. He received a B.Eng. degree from Wuhan University in 2000 and a M.Sc. from London South Bank University in 2006 under guidance of Perry Xiao. He worked as an assistant researcher in Yangtze River Scientific Research Institute from 2000 to 2005. His research interests lie broadly in the computer networking and distributed systems areas with an emphasis on wireless sensor networks. His graduate research focuses on temporal and spatial behavior of link quality in low power wireless networks and algorithms for effective wireless link quality estimation and routing.
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Contact

E-mail: tliu at andes dot ucmerced dot edu
Phone: (209) 201 5447