Guoqiang Mao

Guoqiang Mao received his Bachelor degree in electrical engineering from Hubei University of Technology (China), his Master degree in engineering from South East University (China) and PhD in telecommunications engineering from Edith Cowan University, Australia in 1995, 1998 and 2002 respectively. After graduation from PhD, he worked in the US-based industrial company “Intelligent Pixel Incorporation” as a Senior Research Engineer for one year. He joined the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, the University of Sydney in December 2002 where he is a Senior Lecturer now. He is seconded to National ICT Australia as a Senior Researcher since 2003. He has published over fifty papers in prestigious journals and refereed conference proceedings. He has been a regular reviewer for many of the leading journals in the area. He has served as a program committee member in a number of international conferences and was the publicity co-chair of 2007 ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems. He was listed in the 25th Anniversary Edition of Marquis “Who's Who in the World” (2008) and in the 9th (2007) and 10th (2008) Anniversary Edition of Marquis “Who's Who in Science and Engineering”. His research interests include wireless localization techniques, wireless multihop networks, graph theory and its application in networking, telecommunications traffic measurement, analysis and modeling, and network performance analysis.


Localization Algorithms and Strategies for Wireless Sensor Networks: Monitoring and Surveillance Techniques for Target Tracking
Guoqiang Mao, Baris Fidan. © 2009. 526 pages.
Wireless localization techniques are an area that has attracted interest from both industry and academia, with self-localization capability providing a highly desirable...
Introduction to Wireless Sensor Network Localization
Guoqiang Mao, Baris Fidan. © 2009. 32 pages.
Localization is an important aspect in the field of wireless sensor networks that has attracted significant research interest recently. The interest in wireless sensor network...