Jue Wang

PhD student, Computer Science, MIT

I work with Professor Dina Katabi in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT. I am also a member of the NETMIT group and the MIT Center for Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing. I received my B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Tsinghua University.


RESEARCH: Each year, billions of wireless devices are being added to the Internet of Things (IoT), tagging retail goods, tracking pharmaceuticals, helping make our houses and cities smarter, and more. For IoT to reach its full potential, we need new protocols and algorithms that are robust and intelligent in order to solve problems in wireless communications. My research goal is to design and build reliable and efficient low-power wireless networks (e.g., RFIDs) and enable smart, context-aware applications. I am particularly interested in the performance, localization, and security aspects of IoT.

  • RF-IDraw: Virtual Touch Screen in the Air Using RF Signals
    Jue Wang, Deepak Vasisht, and Dina Katabi.   [PAPER]    
    To appear at ACM SIGCOMM'14, Chicago, Illinois, August 2014

  • RF-Compass: Robot Object Manipulation using RFIDs
    Jue Wang, Fadel Adib, Ross Knepper, Dina Katabi, and Daniela Rus.   [PAPER]     [SLIDES]    
    ACM MobiCom'13, Miami, Florida, October 2013

  • Dude, Where’s My Card? RFID Positioning That Works with Multipath and Non-Line of Sight
    Jue Wang and Dina Katabi.   [PAPER]     [SLIDES]    
    ACM SIGCOMM'13, Hong Kong, August 2013

  • Efficient and Reliable Low-Power Backscatter Networks (Best Student Paper Award Nomination)
    Jue Wang, Haitham Hassanieh, Dina Katabi, and Piotr Indyk.   [PAPER]     [SLIDES]     [VIDEO]     [POSTER]   
    ACM SIGCOMM'12, Helsinki, Finland, August 2012

  • Securing Deployed RFIDs by Randomizing the Modulation and the Channel
    Jue Wang, Haitham Hassanieh, Dina Katabi, and Tadayoshi Kohno.   [PAPER]    
    Technical Report, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Technical Report, MIT, 2012

  • ChitChat: Making Video Chat Robust to Packet Loss
    Jue Wang, advised by Professor Dina Katabi.   [PAPER]    
    Master's Thesis, EECS MIT, 2010

  • User-Oriented Addressing for Slice Computing and its Implementation in FreeBSD
    Jue Wang, advised by Professor Xing Li and Dr. Maoke Chen.  
    Senior Thesis, EE Tsinghua, 2008

  • Apple Grace Hopper Conference Scholarship, 2013
  • David Shou-Yeh Wong Fellowship, 2009
  • Graduated with highest GPA from the Department of Electical Engineering at Tsinghua University, 2008
  • First-Class National Scholarship, Tsinghua University, 2007
  • Scholarship for Outstanding Academic Performance, Tsinghua University, 2007 & 2006
  • Freshman Academic Scholarship, Tsinghua University, 2005

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