Computational Systems and Technology

Wireless Networking Expert Christine Zhang Joins ISI

Qinqing (Christine) Zhang, a leading wireless communication and networking expert, joined ISI’s Computational Systems and Technology group in October, 2013. She comes to us from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), where she was a principal research scientist and section supervisor. There she led and directed research on innovative wireless communication and networking technologies for extremely challenging cyber and physical environments.

Christine is also a research faculty member in the computer science department at JHU. She previously was with Alcatel-Lucent Technologies’ famed Bell Laboratories. Christine has authored one book, three book chapters, and more than 50 publications in IEEE journals and conferences. She holds 25 US patents and 5 European patents. A senior member of IEEE, Christine served on the editorial board of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, and Wireless Communication Letters. She has chaired several IEEE conferences, including the unclassified technical program chair for Milcom20123.

Her current research interests are mobile computing, secure and resilient networks, network and platform security, and underwater communication networks. Christine received her PhD and MS from the University of Pennsylvania, and her MSE and BS degree from Tsinghua University in China. Based in Arlington, she assumes responsibility for ISI’s wireless networking research group. Welcome, Christine!