Computer professor scores trifecta with committee posts

Li will chair technical program computer committees in Germany, China and Texas
Li will chair technical program computer committees in Germany, China and Texas

Jun Li’s work as a professor in Computer and Information Sciences will take him from Germany to China to Texas over the next 18 months.

Li has been invited to serve as chair of three technical program committees in the area of computer networks:

  • Co-chair with Olaf Maennel of Loughborough University, UK, for the “Workshop on Secure Network Protocols” at the IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols, Goettingen, Germany, in October;
  • QoS, Reliability and Security Symposium at the IEEE International Conference on Communications in China, to be held in Xian, China, August 2014;
  • Globecom Communication and Information System Security Symposium, to be held in Austin, Texas, December 2014.

Li will also serve on the technical committee for the IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security, a new conference focusing on communications and network security. He is also publicity co-chair for the 20th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security to be held in Berlin this November; and on the technical committee for the International Conference on Cloud Networking.

Li's research is in the areas of Internet monitoring and forensics, social networking, cloud computing, novel networking architectures and various network security topics.

- from the UO Department of Computer and Information Sciences