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Teaching Experiences

Regular Courses Taught

    Graduate-level
    1. Course Name: "High Performance Switches/Routers".
      Credit: 3, Lecture Hours: 48.
      Teaching duty: lectures, lab experiments, office hours, homework, projects and final examination.
      Course book (Self-authored): High Performance Switches and Routers, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-05367-6, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
      Ranked top 5% of all courses (Scored by the students) in the School of Information Science and Technology, Tsinghua University in year 2006/05.
      ----Fall'08 (Number of graduate students: 22), Spring'06 (14); Spring'05 (23); Fall'03 (41); Fall'02 (55).
    2. Course Name: "Communication Networks and Quality of Service in High Speed Internet".
      Credit: 3, Lecture Hours: 48.
      Teaching duty: lectures, lab experiments, office hours, homework, projects and final examination.
      ----Fall'08 (Number of graduate students: 13); Spring'06 (11); Spring'05 (9); Fall'03 (15); Fall'02 (35); Fall'01 (41).
    3. Course Name: "Advanced Distributed Multimedia Networking Technologies "
      Credit: 3, Lecture Hours: 48.
      Teaching duty: lectures, lab experiments, office hours, homework, projects and final examination.
      ---- Fall'97-Fall'01, Number of graduate students: 25~40.
    4. Course Name: "ATM and B-ISDN Principles and Technologies"
      Credit: 3, Lecture Hours: 48.
      Course book: Synchronous Transfer Mode---Broadband Solutions (2nd and 3rd Edition ), Translation into Chinese by Shiduan Cheng and Bin Liu, published by Posts and Telecom Press, China
      Teaching duty: lectures, lab experiments, office hours, homework, projects and final examination.
      ---- Fall'95-Fall'00, Number of graduate students: 40~60.
    Undergraduate-level
    1. Course Name: "Computer Networks", for undergraduate students, in the scope of school of Information and Technology (covering five departments including the CS, EE, Microelectronics and Nanoelectronics, Dept of Automation as well as the School of Software ), Tsinghua University
      Credit: 4, Lecture Hours: 64.
      Teaching duty: class teaching, Course helper, office hours, homework, and final examination.
      ---- Fall'03 , number of undergraduate Students: 120.

Students Advised

    1. Ph.D. students:
      Ten Ph D students have graduated under my advising (8 independently from 2005-2008 and two co-advised in 1999 and 2001). Among them one won the 2006 CCF Award for Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation (China Computer Federation, K. Zheng, only seven winners in year 2006, nation wide), three won the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Awards from Tsinghua University (C.Hu in 2008, K. Zheng in 2006, and W. Li in 2005, only about 15% of the whole Ph D graduates each year will win the awards in Tsinghua University).
    2. MS students:
      I have advised 31 MS students since 1996. Three MS students won the Outstanding Master Thesis Awards from Tsinghua University (J. Pan in 1997, Y. Gong in 2003, and Y. Xi in 2006, less than 10% of the whole MS graduates each year will win the awards in Tsinghua University).
    3. Undergraduate student
      There is a special program in Tsinghua University called the Student Research Training project (SRT) (please refer to http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/eng/board1/boardlist2.jsp?boardid=32&bid2=32050406&pageno=1). I have advised more than 10 undergraduate students in this program since 2005. Most of them have papers published through the SRT projects and come to the US universities in pursuit of their PhD degrees. I have received the Outstanding SRT Project Adviser Award in 2006 for supervising Xin Zhang (http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~xzhang1/).