Ph.D. Student Xingliang Zou to Receive Outstanding Paper Award

Award Presented at IEEE International Symposium on Real-Time Computing

Xingliang (Jeffrey) ZouPh.D. student Xingliang (Jeffrey) Zou presenting a paper at the IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium at CPSWeek 2016 at the Hofburg in Vienna, Austria.Senior Ph.D. student Xingliang (Jeffrey) Zou, a nominee for this year's University of Houston Department of Computer Science Best Ph.D. Student Award, will receive an Outstanding Paper Award at the top-tier 20th IEEE International Symposium on Real-Time Computing (ISORC) to be held May 16-18, 2017, in Toronto, Canada. Zou is the lead author of the newly accepted paper, “Multi-Mode P-FRP Task Scheduling,” co-authored with his advisor Professor Albert Cheng and two other Real-Time Systems Group members.

“This is an extraordinary achievement by one of our Ph.D. students, placing Xingliang among the best in the world in the field of real-time systems research,” Cheng said. The award also shows that Cheng's UH Real-Time Systems research group is at the pinnacle among real-time and embedded systems research teams worldwide.

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