Xiao Su is a Professor and Chair of the Computer Engineering Department at San Jose State University. Prior to her academic appointment, she worked in the content networking division in Inktomi Corporation. She is a renowned researcher in broad areas of software systems, computer networking, multimedia communications, network security, big data, and machine learning. She has been a principle or co-principle investigator in multiple grants, from NSF, NASA and IT industry. She was a recipient of NSF CAREER award in 2006, a recipient of Charles Davidson College of Engineering Faculty Award for excellence in scholarship in 2010, and a recipient of Charles Davidson College of Engineering Applied Material’s award for teaching excellence in 2012.
Summary of Qualifications
- Renowned scholar in the computer science community for her scientific contributions in the fields of distributed systems and multimedia communications.
- Has taught courses in data structures, algorithms, computer networks, multimedia networking, security, network programming, network architecture and protocols, and mobile software development at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
- Has published 60+ peer-reviewed technical papers, including book chapters, magazine articles, conference papers, and journal articles.
- Has managed numerous research projects funded by NSF, NASA and IT industry, in the areas of networking systems, multimedia processing and communications, network security, and engineering projects.
- Received National Science Foundation CAREER award (2006), SJSU College of Engineering Faculty Award for excellence in scholarship (2010), and SJSU College of Engineering Faculty Award for teaching excellence (2012).
- Senior member of IEEE and ACM.
- Holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Areas of Expertise
Video coding and processing
H.263, H.264, H.265, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, VP8, VP9, error concealment
RTSP, RTP, content delivery networks, peer-to-peer streaming, wireless streaming
GSM, CDMA, WiFi, switching, routing, BGP, OSPF, Distance Vector, socket programming, software defined networking, OpenFlow, network function virtualization
cryptography, RSA, AES, hashing, network mapping, buffer overflow, SQL injection, web application security, DDoS, intrusion detection and prevention, firewall processing
web search, recommendation system, online advertising, user activity tracking and analysis, web mining, neural networks, deep learning
UNIX, Linux, Mac OS, Windows, Android, iOS
cloud computing, virtualization, MapReduce, Hadoop
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