Naixue (Neal) Xiong

Assoc Prof Mathematics


Curriculum Vitæ

Computer Science & Mathematics
ACR 107 C   C-18

nxx21lc@sulross.edu

Neal N. Xiong (S’05–M’08–SM’12) is current a Computer Science Program Chair, an Associate Professor at Department of Computer Science and Mathematics, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, TX 79830, USA. He received his both PhD degrees in Wuhan University (2007, about sensor system engineering), and Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2008, about dependable communication networks), respectively. Before he attended Sul Ross State University, he worked in Georgia State University, Northeastern State University, and Colorado Technical University (full professor about 4 years) about 14 years. His research interests include Cloud Computing, Security and Dependability, AI, Data Analysis, Parallel and Distributed Computing, and Networks. 

  Dr. Xiong published over 200 IEEE journal papers and over 100 international conference papers. Some of his works were published in IEEE JSAC, IEEE or ACM transactions, ACM Sigcomm workshop, IEEE INFOCOM, ICDCS, and IPDPS. He has been a General Chair, Program Chair, Publicity Chair, Program Committee member and Organizing Committee member of over 100 international conferences, and as a reviewer of about 100 international journals, including IEEE JSAC, IEEE SMC (Park: A/B/C), IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems. He is serving as an Editor-in-Chief, Associate editor or Editor member for over 10 international journals (including Associate Editor for IEEE Tran. on Systems, Man & Cybernetics: Systems, Associate Editor for IEEE Tran. on Network Science and Engineering, Associate Editor for Information Science, Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Internet Technology (JIT), and Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Parallel & Cloud Computing (PCC)), and a guest editor for over 10 international journals, including Sensor Journal, WINET and MONET. He has received the Best Paper Award in the 10th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC-08) and the Best student Paper Award in the 28th North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society Annual Conference (NAFIPS2009). 

  Dr. Xiong is the Chair of “Trusted Cloud Computing” Task Force, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS), HYPERLINK "http://www.cs.gsu.edu/~cscnxx/index-TF.html" http://www.cs.gsu.edu/ ~cscnxx/ index-TF.html, and the Industry System Applications Technical Committee,  HYPERLINK "http://ieee-cis.org/technical/isatc/" http://ieee-cis.org/technical/isatc/; He is a Senior member of IEEE Computer Society from 2012, E-mail: xiongnaixue@gmail.com. 

v  DBLP: 643 (Journal 474): https://dblp.uni-trier.de/pid/x/NaixueXiong.html;

v  Research Gate: 48.94;

v  Google: H-index: 62, Google i10-index: 227, Citations: 11449; 

v  Scopus/Orcid: 703 papers, 10861 citations;

 

v  Publons: 673, https://publons.com/researcher/1741923/naixue-xiong/.

 





Summer 2022

CS 3306 2V1   Special Topics: Java        
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CS 3306 2V2   Special Topics:Cloud Computing        
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Spring 2022

CS 1320 001   Computer Science II        
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CS 1320 L01   Computer Science II Lab        
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CS 3310 001   Computer Communications        
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CS 3320 001   Object-Oriented Program        
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CS 4320 001   Software Engineering        
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CS 4320 L01   Software Engineering Lab        
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CSAT 4311 001   Capstone II        
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Fall 2021

CS 1309 001   Computer Science I        
CS 1309 L01   Computer Science I Lab        
CS 2315 001   Data Structures        
CS 2315 L01   Data Structures Lab        
CS 3331 001   Advanced Database Systems        
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CS 4340 001   Computer Architecture        
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CS 4340 L01   Computer Architecture Lab        
CSAT 4310 001   Senior Capstone        
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