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Thursday August 17, 2017

Xiaoge Wang

Professor
Rm 3-412, FIT Building, Operating System and Middleware R&D Center,
Research Institute of Information Technologies,
Tsinghua University, Beijing,
P. R. China, 100084
Phone: 86-10-62771796 Email:wangxg@tsinghua.edu.cn
Xiaoge Wang
Research Interests:
  • Software infrastructure
  • Software component technology
  • Grid computing
  • Pervasive computing
  • Parallel and distributed computing includes algorithm design, implementation, testing and evaluation.
  • Development of numerical methods and software of solving the problems arisen from the mathematical model of applications, especially those involving the large sparse matrix computation.
Ongoing Research Projects
  • “Adaptive software integration environment for pervasive computing”, by National High-Tech Research and Development Program of China (863 program), No. 2006AA01Z198.
  • “Fundamental problems in integrated materials design for the improvement of properties”, by National Basic Research Program of China (973 program), No. 006CB605102.
  • “Component based software framwork for pervasive computing”, by Basic Research Foundation of Tsinghua National Laboratory for Information Science and Technology.
Education

PhD in Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994.
MS in Computer Science, Tsinghua University, 1984.
BS in Computer Science, Tsinghua University, 1982.

Experience

2004—Now: Research Institute of Information Technology, Tsinghua University, China. Teach: Introduction to high performance computing, Programming methodology. Research: operating systems and middleware, Cyber infrastructure, component technologies, programming methodologies, scientific computing, numerical linear algebra, parallel algorithms.

1995—2003: Computer Science Department, Tsinghua University, China. Teach: Cluster computing, Parallel algorithms, Formal language and automata, Introduction to high performance computing, Programming methodology. Research: networked multi-computer systems, parallel algorithms, environment for scientific computing, distributed algorithms for linear algebra.

1993—1995: Postdoctoral research associate of Computer Science, Indiana University. Research: parallel algorithms in CFD, numerical linear Algebra.

1990—1993 and 1987—1988: Research Assistant in Computer Science, PhD. Candidate, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Parallel numerical algorithms, sparse matrix techniques. computer applications in electronic circuit design.

1984—1985 and 1988—1989: Lecturer of Computer Science, Tsinghua University, China. Teach: Graph theory, Combinatorial algorithms, Discrete mathematics. Research: parallel algorithms, combinatorial algorithms, cryptography, computer security.

1985—1986: Visiting Scholar in Center for Supercomputing Research and Development, University of Illinois. Research in computer aided VLSI design, including curcuit simulation, logic simulation and device simulation.

Selected Publications
  • X.Wang, “Incomplete factorization preconditioning for linear least squares problems” Ph.D. thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1993.
  • R. Bramley, X. Wang, D. Pelletier, “Orthogonalization based iterative methods for generalized stokes problems”, in “Solution techniques for large scale CFD problems”, W.G. Habashi, ed., Centre de Recherce en Calcul Applique, 1995, pp. 217-238.
  • X. Wang, K. A. Gallivan, R. Bramley, “CIMGS: An incomplete orthogonalization preconditioner”, SIAM J. Sci. Comp. Vol. 18, No. 2, March,1997 .
  • Xiang Yu, Xiaoge Wang, “DATIS: A Data Transfer Interface for SPMD Programs of Scientific Computing”, in the proceedings of the 8th SIAM conference on parallel processing for scientific computing, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, March, 1997.
  • Xiaoge Wang, “Porting a Thermal Engineering Application Program onto a cluster of computers”, in the proceedings of International Workshop on Computational Science and Engineering, Hefei, China, May, 1997.
  • Jie Meng, Xiaoge Wang, Sanli Li, “THPI--Performance Tool in Networked Parallel Computing Environment”, in the proceedings of International Workshop on Computational Science and Engineering, Hefei, China, May, 1997.
  • K. Wang, M. Dai, X. Wang, J. Meng, L. Ding, C. Yang, “Acquisition of information based on network computing mode and Java technology”, Journal of Tsinghua University (Sci & Tech), Vol. 38, No. S1, April 1998.
  • Meng J, Wang XG, “Web-based interactive management and performance monitoring of networked parallel computing Environment”,in Proceedings of Asia Pacific Web Conference on Web Technologies and Applications(APWeb98), Sep.27-30,1998,P281-286.
  • Chen Y, Wang XG, Jiao ZQ, Xie J, Du ZH, Li SL, “MyVIA: A design and implementation of the high performance virtural interface architecture”, in Proceedings of IEEE International Confernece on Cluster Computing 2002, Sep.23-26, 2002,P160-167.
  • An Xinghua, Wang Xiaoge, Du Zhihui, Liu Dingsheng, Li Guoqing, “Fine-grained parallel algorithm for remote sensing image mosaics for cluster system”, Qinghua Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Tsinghua University, v 42, no. 10, October, 2002, p 1389-1392
  • Fang Xing, Wang Xiaoge, Li Sanli, He Chuan, “A study on task scheduling in computational Grid”, Procesedings of 6th joint conference on information science, March 8-12, 2002, Research Park, North Carolina, USA, Page 215-219
  • Du Jiang, Zhou Niansheng, Du Zhihui, Wang Xiaoge, “A WS_inspection based decentralizaed service discovery service in OGSA”, International Conference on Communication Technology Proceedings, ICCT2003, Beijing, China, April 9-11,2003, Page 1691-1697
  • Xiaoge Wang, “Experience in Service-Oriented High Performance Computing”, in Proceedings of International Conference of Parallel Algorithms and Computing Environments (ICPACE 2003), October 8-11, 2003, Hong Kong.pp 131-134.
  • Fang, Xing; Wang, Xiaoge; He, Chuan; Feng, Kuan, “Message middleware for cluster management systems”, Qinghua Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Tsinghua University, v 44, no. 1, January, 2004, p 41-44
  • Zhen Wei, Lu Jiang, Wang Xiaoge, Chen Rong, “A New Component Oriented Programming Technology for Embeded Development”, Advances in Embeded Software and System, Science Press, ISBN 7-03-014681-6, P569-570
  • Xu Yongjun, Chen Yu, Wang Xiaoge, “Design and Implementation of an Agile Kernel Compoment Runtime”, in Proceedings of ICESS2005, pp 73-80.
  • Du Zhao, Wang Xiaoge, ChenYu, “An Overview of Reflective Middleware”, Journal of Computer Research and Development, 42(12):2041-2047, 2005.
  • Zhang Kuo, Wu Yanni, Zheng Zhenkun, Wang Xiaoge, Chen Yu, “A Component based Reflective Middleware Approach to Context-Aware Adaptive System”, in Proceedings of ICWE2005, LNCS 3579, pp429-434.
  • Zhang Kuo; Wang Xiaoge; Wu Yanni; Zheng Zhenkun, “PURPLE: a reflective middleware for pervasive computing”, Proceedings. Third International Conference on Information Technology and Applications : vol.1 P64-69 vol.1, 2005
  • Wu, YN, Zhang, K, Wang, XG, et al.“Extending metadata with scenarios in adaptive distributed system”, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, Vol 2, P63-68 2005.
  • Gang Feng, Qingxuan Yin, Xiaoge Wang “THAOP: An aspect oriented programming framework”, Proceedings of 1st international symposium on pervasive computing and application, 2006, ISBN 1-4244-0325-1, IEEE Press, 2006, P127-132.
  • Qingxuan Yin, Gang Feng, Xiaoge Wang, “Incease Reliability of pervasive oriented component platform via N-version”, Proceedings of 1st international symposium on pervasive computing and application, 2006, ISBN 1-4244-0325-1, IEEE Press, 2006, P95-98.
  • Yanni Wu, Kuo Zhang, Xiaoge Wang, Jinlan Tian, “Extending metadata with scenarios in adaptive distributed system”, Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 30 (2007), P1283-1294.
  • Yin, Q., Wang, X., “THCORE:A parallel computation services model and runtime system”, 2007, in IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, Volume 239, Grid-Based Problem Solving Environments, eds. Gaffney, P. W., Pool, J. C.T., (Boston: Springer), pp 179-192.


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This material is based in part upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number OISE-0730065. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. © 2007 Florida International University