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Zhi-Li Zhang received the B.S. degree in computer science from Nanjing University, China in 1986, and his M.S.
and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the University of Massachusetts in 1992 and 1997, respectively.
In 1997 he joined the Computer Science and Engineering faculty at the University of Minnesota, where he
is currently a Full Professor. He has held visiting positions at University of California, Berkeley and Miller
Institute for Basic Sciences, Sprint Advanced Technology Labs; IBM T.J. Watson Research Center; Fujitsu Labs
of America, Microsoft Research, and INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France, IMDEA Networks, Spain.
Dr. Zhang’s research interests lie broadly in computer communication and networks, Internet technology, multimedia and emerging applications. His past research was centered on the analysis, design and development of scalable Internet QoS solutions to support performance-demanding multimedia applications. His current research thrusts focus primarily on i) building highly scalable, resilient and secure Internet infrastructure and mechanisms to enhance Internet service availability, reliability, and security; and on ii) developing next generation, service-oriented, manageable and trustworthy Internet architectures to provide better support for creation, operations and management of value-added services and underlying cyber-physical systems.
Dr. Zhang has served on the Editorial board of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Computer Network,
an International Journal, Journal of Computer Science and Technology and Computational Social Networks.
He was Technical Program Co-Chair for IEEE INFOCOM 2006, USENIX-ACM Internet Measurement Conference
2008, IFIP Networking 2013, and IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP) 2013.
He has served on the Steering/Organization Committees as well as Technical Program Committees of numerous
conferences and workshops including ACM SIGCOMM, ACM SIGMETRICS,
ACM/USENIX IMC, and ACM SIGMM,; IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE ICNP, IEEE ICDCS, WWW, and many other conferences/workshops. He received the NSF CAREER Award in 1997. He received the prestigious McKnight Land-Grant Professorship, McKnight Distinguished University Professor, and George Taylor Distinguished Research Award at the University of Minnesota, and the Miller Visiting Professorship at Miller Institute for Basic Sciences at University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Zhang is co-recipient of
four Best Paper Awards: an ACM SIGMETRICS Best Paper Award in 1996, an IEEE ICNP Best Paper Award in
2002, an IEEE INFOCOM’10 Best Paper Award, and a Best Paper Award at the 16th International Symposium
on Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses (RAID’13). He is a member of ACM, and a Fellow of IEEE.
Where do you work?University of Minnesota
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