Jason Jue

Professor - Computer Science
jjue@utdallas.edu
972-883-4429
ECS4408
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Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California - 1999
M.S. - Electrical Engineering
University of California - 1991
B.S. - Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of California - 1990

Research Areas

Research Interests
  • Multi-Domain Optical Networks
  • Impairment-Aware Optical Networking
  • Resource Management for Optical Grids
  • Optical Multicast for IPTV
  • Network Survivability
  • Optical Burst and Packet Switching
  • Optical Network Control and Management
  • Energy-Efficient Networking
  • Delay-Tolerant Networks
  • Wireless and Sensor Networks

Publications

Y. Zhu, X. Gao, J. K. Willson, C. Ma, J. P. Jue, and W. Wu, "Improving Cell Broadcasting Scheme to Support Multi-Lingual Service in Wireless Networks," to appear, IEEE Communication Letters, vol. 13, no. 9, September 2009.    2009 - Publication
M. M. Hasan and J. P. Jue, "SRLG-Aware Partitioning for Scalability and Survivability," Proceedings, IEEE/OSA Optical Fiber Communication Conference 2009, San Diego, CA, March 2009.    2009 - Publication
N. Kannasoot and J. P. Jue, "Resource Allocation for Minimizing Response Time in Grid over Optical Burst Switched Networks," Proceedings, IEEE/OSA Optical Fiber Communication Conference 2009, San Diego, CA, March 2009.    2009 - Publication
Y. Zhu, A. N. Patel, and J. P. Jue, "A Novel Graph Model for Dynamic Multicast Flow Aggregation in Optical Networks," Proceedings, IEEE ICC 2009, Dresden, Germany, June 2009.    2009 - Publication
Q. She, N. Kannasoot, J. P. Jue, and Y.-C. Kim, "On Finding Minimum Cost Tree for Multi-Resource Manycast in Mesh Networks," Optical Switching and Networking, Elsevier, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 29-36, January 2009.    2009 - Publication
A. Patel, M. Tacca, and J. P. Jue, Time-Shift Circuit Switching, Proceedings, IEEE/OSA Optical Fiber Communication Conference 2008, San Diego, CA, February 2008. 2008 - Publication
Y. Zhu, G. Jiang, and J. P. Jue, Flow Aggregation and Light-Tree Establishment in Multicast-Capable Optical Networks, Proceedings, IEEE ICC 2008, Beijing, China, May 2008. 2008 - Publication
Y. Zhu, Q. She, and J. P. Jue, Traffic Aggregation for Peer-to-Peer File Delivery in Optical Backbone Networks, Proceedings, IEEE/OSA Optical Fiber Communication Conference 2008, San Diego, CA, February 2008. 2008 - Publication
M. M. Hasan and J. P. Jue, Online Clustering for Hierarchical WDM Networks, Proceedings, IEEE/OSA Optical Fiber Communication Conference 2008, San Diego, CA, February 2008. 2008 - Publication
M. M. Hasan and J. P. Jue, Clustering Large Optical Networks for Distributed and Dynamic Multicast, Proceedings, IEEE ICC 2008, Beijing, China, May 2008. 2008 - Publication

Appointments

Chair
IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Optical Networking [2008–Present]
Vice Chair
IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Optical Networking [2006–2007]
Secretary
IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Optical Networking [2004–2005]
Associate Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [2004–Present]
Assistant Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [1999–2004]
Associate Instructor
"University of California, Davis" [1997–1997]
Research Assistant
"University of California, Davis" [1995–1999]
Teaching Assistant
"University of California, Davis" [1993–1995]

Additional Information

Awards and Honors
  • NSF Career Award, 2002.
  • Best Paper Award, 14th International Conference on Optical Network Design and Modeling, 2010.
  • Best Paper Award, IEEE Globecom 2005 Symposium on Photonic Technologies for Communications, 2005.
  • GAANN Fellowship, University of California, Davis, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1993.
  • Electrical Engineering Department Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990.
  • Alumni Scholarship, University of California, Berkeley, 1986.

News Articles

UTD Professor Wins Prestigious NSF Career Award
RICHARDSON, Texas (Sept. 12, 2002) - Dr. Jason P. Jue, assistant professor of computer science at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), has been awarded the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Career Award - the organization's most prestigious honor for junior faculty members. With the award comes a $320,000, five-year grant to fund Jue's research in optical networks.

        "The rapid growth of the Internet as a medium for global multimedia communications has resulted in a need for scalable network infrastructures that are capable of providing large amounts of bandwidth and supporting a diverse range of applications," said Jue. "Thanks to this generous grant from the NSF, we will be able to examine the feasibility of developing photonic packet-switched networks, which have the potential to fulfill the diverse requirements of emerging broadband applications."

Funding

Impairment-Aware Network Design and Planning
$35,000 - Fujitsu [2010–2010]
NeTS: Small: Design and Analysis of Survivable Multi-Domain Optical Networks
$401,750 - NSF [2009–2012]
Design of Optical Networks
$45,000 - Fujitsu [2009–2009]
NeTS-NBD Collaborative Research: SOON: Service-Oriented Optical Networks
$235,512 - NSF [2006–2010]
NeTS-NR Collaborative Research: Multi-Layer Dual-Homing Survivability for the Next-Generation Internet
$252,000 - NSF [2004–2008]