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Wei-Peng Chen

Wei-Peng ChenWei-Peng Chen, joined FLA from 2004. He is leading Cyber-Physical System Lab at FLA. Wei-Peng received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University in 1994, M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University and the Ohio State University, in 1996 and 2001, respectively, and the Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2004.

Wei-Peng’s research focuses on Internet of Things, smart grid, smart energy, wireless networking and communications. He was a principal investigator (PI) of a NSF project, has filed 60+ patent applications to USPTO, holds 54 U.S. patents, and published 40+ international journal papers, book chapters, and international conference papers.


Publications

  1. Dawei He, Wei-Peng Chen, A Real-Time Electricity Price Forecasting Based on the Spike Clustering Analysis, accepted for publication in the IEEE PES T&D 2016
  2. Dawei He, Wei-Peng Chen, Virtual Power Plant as a Service the Breakthrough Point of Future Human-Centric Smart City, IEEE CDC Workshop, December, 2015.
  3. Kasun Amarasinghe, Dumidu Wijayasekara, Howard Carey, Milos Manic, Dawei He, Wei-Peng Chen, Artificial Neural Networks based Thermal Energy Storage Control for Buildings, 41st Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2015), November
  4. Ahmed R. Elsherif, Wei-Peng Chen, Akira Ito, Zhi Ding, Adaptive resource allocation for interference management in small cell networks, IEEE Transactions on Communications, Vol. 63, No. 6, June 2015.
  5. Ahmed R. Elsherif, Wei-Peng Chen, Akira Ito, Zhi Ding, Resource Allocation and Inter-cell Interference Management for Dual-Access Small Cells, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications - Special Issue on Recent Advances in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks, Vol. 33, No. 6, June 2015.
  6. Jorjeta G. Jetcheva, Mostafa Majidpour, and Wei-Peng Chen, Neural Network Model Ensembles for Building-Level Electricity Load Forecasting, Elsevier Journal on Energy and Buildings, Volume 84, December 2014.
  7. Sanam Mirzazad Barijough, Wei-Peng Chen, Evaluation of Voluntary Residential Demand Response in Smart Grids, The 1st International Conference on Intelligent Green Building and Smart Grid (IGBSG 2014), April 2014.
  8. Daisuke Mashima, Ulrich Herberg, and Wei-Peng Chen, Enhancing Demand Response Signal Verification in Automated Demand Response Systems, In Proc. of the 5th Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2014), February 2014.
  9. Tomoyoshi Takebayashi, Toshihiro Sonoda, andWei-Peng Chen, Power Supply and Demand Control Technologies for Smart Cities, Fujitsu Scientific & Technical Journal,Vol.50, No.1, January, 2014.
  10. Gaurav Lahoti, Daisuke Mashima, and Wei-Peng Chen, Customer-centric Energy Usage Data Management and Sharing in Smart Grid Systems, In Proc. of ACM Smart Energy Grid Security Workshop, November 2013.
  11. Ahmed R. Elsherif, Wei-Peng Chen, Akira Ito, Zhi Ding, Design of dual-access-technology femtocells in enterprise environments, 24th IEEE Personal Indoor Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC 2013), September 2013.
  12. Ahmed R. Elsherif, Wei-Peng Chen, Akira Ito, Zhi Ding, Adaptive Small Cell Access of Licensed and Unlicensed Bands, IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2013), June 2013.
  13. Ahmed R. Elsherif, Wei-Peng Chen, Akira Ito, Zhi Ding, “Revenue Maximization of Mobile Network Operators Using Dual-Band Small Cells,” The First International Conference on Universal Village, January 2013.
  14. Sankaranarayanan Subbayya, Jorjeta Jetcheva, Wei-Peng Chen, “Model Selection for Short-Term Microgrid-Scale Electricity Load Forecasts,” The fourth Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2013), February 2013.
  15. Chenxi Zhu, and Wei-Peng Chen, “A game theoretic approach to distributed bandwidth allocation in OFDMA-based self-organizing femtocell networks,” Book chapter in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks, Jon Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York City, 2013.
  16. Mostafa Majidpour, Wei-Peng Chen, “Grid and Schedule Constrained Electric Vehicle Charging Algorithm using Node Sensitivity Approach,” The 1st International Conference on Connected Vehicles & Expo (ICCVE 2012), December 2012.
  17. Wei-Peng Chen, Chenxi Zhu, Takao Naito, “Enhanced OFDM Distributed Antenna Systems through Power Redistribution,” 9th International Conference onWired/Wireless Internet Communications -WWIC 2011, June 2011.
  18. Wei-Peng Chen, “Power Allocation Algorithm for OFDM Distributed Antenna Systems,” 22nd IEEE Personal Indoor Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC’11 - WACC), September 2011.
  19. Vishwanath Ramamurthi, Wei-Peng Chen, “Mobility based MIMO Link Adaptation in LTE Advanced Cellular Networks,” Fifth International Conference on Broadband, Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications (BWCCA-2010),November 2010.
  20. Vishwanath Ramamurthi, Wei-PengChen, “Application Profile based MIMO Link Adaptation in LTE Networks,” IEEE Globecom 2010 - Communications QoS, Reliability and Modeling Symposium, December 2010.
  21. Hui Zeng, Chenxi Zhu, Wei-Peng Chen, “System Performance of Self-Organizing Network Algorithms in WiMAX Femtocells,” The Fourth International Wireless Internet Conference (WICON 2008), November 2008 (invited paper).
  22. Wei-Peng Chen, Steven Licking, Takashi Ohno, Satoshi Okuyama, and Takeo Hamada, “Performance Measurement, Evaluation and Analysis of Push-to-Talk in 3G Networks,” IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) - Network Services and Operations Symposium, June 2007.
  23. GuanghuiHe, JenniferHou,Wei-PengChen, TakeoHamada, “Characterizing Individual User Behaviors in WLANs,” 10th ACM-IEEE International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWIM2007), October 2007.
  24. Guanghui He, Jennifer Hou, Wei-Peng Chen, Takeo Hamada, “One Size Does Not Fit All: A Detailed Analysis and Modeling of P2P Traffic,” IEEE Globecom 2007 General Symposium, November 2007.
  25. Ching-Fong Su and Wei-Peng Chen, “Interference-Aware Traffic Engineering on 802.11Wireless Mesh Networks,” World Telecommunications Congress (WTC 2006), April 2006.
  26. Steve Licking, Wei-Peng Chen, Melody Moh, and Mark Nguyen, “A Load-Balanced Channel Assignment Scheme for Wireless Mesh Networks,” the Special Session on Wireless Mesh Networks, in the 18th IASTED International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems (PDCS 2006), Dallas, TX, November 2006.
  27. Ahmed Sobeih, Wei-Peng Chen, Jennifer C. Hou, Lu-Chuan Kung, Ning Li, Hyuk Lim, Hung-Ying Tyan and Honghai Zhang, “J-Sim: A Simulation and Emulation Environment for Wireless Sensor Networks,” in the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, August 2006.
  28. Wei-Peng Chen, Takeo Hamada, Jason Yao, and Hung-Yu Wei, “QoS Management and Peer-to-Peer Mobility in Fixed Mobile Convergence,” Fujitsu Scientific & Technical Journal,Vol.42, No.3, October, 2006.
  29. Ahmed Sobeih, Wei-Peng Chen, Jennifer C. Hou, Lu-Chuan Kung, Ning Li, Hyuk Lim, Hung-Ying Tyan, and Honghai Zhang, “J-Sim: A Simulation and Emulation Environment for Wireless Sensor Networks,” in the poster session of IEEE Infocom, March 2005.
  30. Ahmed Sobeih, Wei-Peng Chen, Jennifer C. Hou, Lu-Chuan Kung, Ning Li, Hyuk Lim, Hung-Ying Tyan, and Honghai Zhang, “J-Sim: A Simulation and Emulation Environment for Wireless Sensor Networks,” To appear in Proceedings of the Annual Simulation Symposium (ANSS 2005), April 2005.
  31. Wei-Peng Chen, Ching-Fong Su, Richard Rabatt, and Takeo Hamada, “Radio Resource Management under Fixed-Mobile Convergence Architecture,” Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium (APNOMS2005), September 2005.
  32. Wei-Peng Chen, Jennifer C. Hou, Lui Sha, and Marco Caccamo, “A distributed, energy-aware, utility-based approach for data transport in wireless sensor networks,” Proc. of IEEE Milcom, October 2005 (invited paper).
  33. Wei-Peng Chen and Jennifer C. Hou, Ivan Stojmenovic (Ed), “Data gathering and fusion in sensor networks,” Handbook of Sensor Networks: Algorithms and Architectures, John Wiley and Sons, September 2005. (book chapter)
  34. Wei-Peng Chen and Lui Sha, “An energy-aware data-centric generic utility based approach in wireless sensor networks,” Proc. of the Third International Symposium on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN), April 2004.
  35. Wei-Peng Chen, Chao-Ju Hou, and Lui Sha, “Dynamic clustering for acoustic target tracking in wireless sensor networks,” to appear in IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing Special Issue on Sensor Networks, Vol. 3, No. 3, July-September 2004.
  36. QixinWang, Wei-Peng Chen, Rong Zheng, Kihwal Lee, and Lui Sha, “Acoustic target tracking using wireless sensor devices,” Proc. of the 2ndWorkshop on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN03), April 2003.
  37. Wei-Peng Chen, Chao-Ju Hou, and Lui Sha, “Dynamic clustering for acoustic target tracking in wireless sensor networks,” in Proc. IEEE Int’l Conf. on Network Protocols, November 2003. (with acceptance ratio = ~15%)
  38. Wei-Peng Chen and Chao-Ju Hou. Provisioning of temporal QoS in Bluetooth networks. 4th IEEE Conference on Mobile and Wireless Communications Networks (MWCN’02), September 2002.
  39. Wei-Peng Chen and Chao-Ju Hou. Dynamic, ad-hoc source routing with connection-aware link-state exchange and differentiation, Proc. IEEE Globecom, November 2002.
  40. Wei-Peng Chen, Yung-Ching Hsiao, Ye Ge, Chao-Ju Hou and Mike Fitz, “Syndrome: A lightweight approach to improving TCP performance in mobile wireless networks.” The Journal of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, Vol. 2, pp. 37–57, February 2002.
  41. Chunlei Liu, Ye Ge, Mike Fitz, Chao-Ju Hou, Wei-Peng Chen, and Raj Jain, “OSU-MAC: a new, real-time medium access control protocol for wireless LANs with asymmetric wireless links,” IEEE Int’l Conf. on Distributed Computing Systems, June 2001. (with acceptance ratio =~ 20%)
  42. Hsin-Min Wang, Tai-Hsuan Ho, Rung-Chiung Yang, Jia-Lin Shen, Bo-Ren Bai, Jenn-Chau Hong, Wei-Peng Chen, Tong-Lo Yu, and Lin-Shan Lee, “Complete recognition of continuous Mandarin speech for Chinese language with very large vocabulary using limited training data,” IEEE Trans. Speech and Audio Processing, Vol.5, No.2, March 1997, pp.195-200.