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C.V.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Telecommunications and Networking, 2015
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Dissertation: Risk and Decision Analysis of Spectrum Usage

Master of Communications Technology and Policy, 2009
Ohio University, Athens, OH.

Bachelor of Management, 2007
Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, CHINA.

Current Position

Assistant Professor (since 2015)
Departmentl of Computer Science, West Chester University.

Selected Publications

Cui, Weiss. (2015). Risk Portfolio of Spectrum Usage.In: Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Arlington, VA, USA.

Cui, Znati, Weiss. (2014). Coopetive Spectrum Trading --Creating Endogenous Spectrum Holes. Mobile Networks and Applications. doi: 10.1007/s11036-014-0523-x.

Cai, Cui et al, (2012). Decoupling Trust and Wireless Channel Induced Effects on Collaborative Sensing Attacks. In: IEEE DySPAN (Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks), Bellevue, Washington, USA.

Weiss, Altamaimi, Cui. (2012). Spatio-Temporal Spectrum Modeling: Taxonomy and Economic Evaluation of Context Acquisition.Telecommunications Policy, 36(4). pp. 335-348. ISSN 0308-5961.

Weiss, Cui. (2012). The Hinges of Destiny: A Decision ANalysis of Spectrum USers' Choices. In: IEEE DySPAN (Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks), Bellevue, Washington, USA.

Weiss, Lehr, Cui, Altamaimi. (2012). Enforcement in Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems. In: Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Arlington, VA, USA.

Full publication lists in Google Scholar

Research Experiences

Assited in U.S. National Science Foundation Grant 1149422 "Cooperation under Competition: System implications for DSA and computing systems.

Assisted in U.S. National Science Foundation Grant 1247546 "Techno-Economic Models of Secondary Spectrum Usage."

Assisted in USAID project which designs and builds a telecommunications lab and associated curriculum in University of Prishtina, Kosovo.

Awards

National Science Foundation Student Travel Grant, April 2014

Fritz Froehlich Award in Recognition of outstanding contributions to the Graduate Program in Telecommunications, University of Pittsburgh, 2012