Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Institut für Informatik Computer Networks Group Goldschmidtstr. 7 37077 Göttingen
Konglin Zhu received his master degree in Computer Science from UCLA and joins the NET group as research assistant and PhD student in Feb 2010. At UCLA he was a student assistant at Network Research Lab under supervision of Prof. Mario Gerla and conducted projects on mobile ad hoc networks and security issues.
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Evaluation of Human Altruism Using a DTN-based Mobile Social Network Application,
Sufian Hameed, Alexander Wolf, Konglin Zhu, Xiaoming Fu, , 5th workshop on Digital Social Networks (DSN 2012) in conjunction with Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI 2012), Braunschweig, Germany.,
Exploring Regional and Global Population Growth in Online Social Networks (extended abstract),
Konglin Zhu, Wenzhong Li, Xiaoming Fu, Praxis der Netzwerkforschung 2012 (PdN 2012), Frankfurt am Main, Germany,
Thumb: A Real-Time Resource Information Sharing Application over Mobile Phones,
Narisu Tao, Konglin Zhu, Xiaoming Fu, IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communication (PerCom) 2012, demo session, Lugano, Switzerland,
Geo-Assisted Multicast Inter-Domain Routing (GMIDR) Protocol for MANETs,
Konglin Zhu, Kelvin (Biao) Zhou, Xiaoming Fu, and Mario Gerla, IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2011, Kyoto, Japan,
IEEE, June 2011.
Exploring User Social Behaviors in Mobile Social Applications,
Konglin Zhu, Pan Hui, Yang Chen, Xiaoming Fu, Wenzhong Li, 4th ACM Workshop on Social Network Systems (SNS 2011), in conjunction with ACM EuroSys 2011, Salzburg, Austria,