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Marcus Chang

Marcus Chang, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Hopkins interNetworking Research Group (HiNRG)
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street, NEB 218D
Baltimore, MD 21218
 Fields of Interests
Artificial Intelligence:
  • Machine Learning
  • Robotics
Distributed Systems:
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Pervasive Computing
 Academic Work
  • Monitoring in a High-Arctic Environment: Some Lessons from MANA. Marcus Chang, Philippe Bonnet, IEEE Pervasive Computing (vol. 9 no. 4), ISSN: 1536-1268, October-December 2010
  • Meeting Ecologists Requirements with Adaptive Data Acquisition. Marcus Chang, Philippe Bonnet, 8th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys 2010), November 2010 (PDF)
  • Mote-Based Online Anomaly Detection Using Echo State Networks. Marcus Chang, Andreas Terzis, Philippe Bonnet, 5th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2009), June 2009 (PDF)
  • Lessons from the Hogthrob Deployments. Marcus Chang, Cécile Cornou, Klaus S. Madsen, Philippe Bonnet, Second International Workshop on Wireless Sensor Network Deployments (WiDeploy08), June 2008 (PDF)
  • Characterizing Mote Performance: A Vector-Based Methodology. Martin Leopold, Marcus Chang, Philippe Bonnet, 5th European conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN 2008), ISBN 978-3-540-77689-5, pp. 321-336, January 2008 (PDF)
  • MANA: Monitoring remote environments with Autonomous sensor Network-based data Acquisition systems. Philippe Bonnet, Marcus Chang, Kirsten Christoffersen, SAON 2008, April 2008 (PDF)
  • TinyOS 2 On 8051 - What Is It Good For? Martin Leopold, Marcus Chang, TTX4 2007, May 2007 (PNG)
  • Towards Autonomous In-situ Data Acquisition With Wireless Sensor Networks. Marcus Chang, Philippe Bonnet, EGU 2007, April 2007 (PDF)
  • From Automatic to Adaptive Data Acquisition - towards scientific sensornets. PhD thesis, November 2009.
  • Power Efficient Duty-cycling with Ultra Low-power Receivers. Master thesis, July 2006. (PDF)
Technical Reports:
  • Mote-based Online Anomaly Detection using Echo State Networks. Marcus Chang, Andreas Terzis, Philippe Bonnet, ISSN: 0107-8283 (09-01), January 2009 (Joint technical report with Johns Hopkins University)
  • Characterizing Mote Performance: A Vector-Based Methodology. Martin Leopold, Marcus Chang, Philippe Bonnet, ISSN: 0107-8283 (07-06), December 2007 (PDF)
  • Review of Clinical Applications with Human Accelerometry. Marcus Chang, ISSN: 0107-8283 (06-12), December 2006 (PDF)
  • Evaluation of Accelerometers Mounted on Wireless Sensor Motes. Marcus Chang, ISSN: 0107-8283 (06-02), January 2006 (Joint technical report with University of Cambridge) (PDF)
  • Evaluation of a Web-based Sensor Network Interface. Marcus Chang, ISSN: 0107-8283 (06-01), January 2006 (PDF)
Exchange Programs:
  • TinyOS 8051 Working Group. Porting of TinyOS to the mcs51 (8051) architecture. Currently supports Chipcon CC2430 (which is used on the Sensinode Nano platform). (LINK)
  • Introduction to Distributed Systems: Sensor Network. Lecture given at the Introduction to Distributed Systems course, introducing sensor networks in this context, fall 2007. (PPS)
  • Sensor Netværk: Hogthrob. Presentation given at the Match-making event held by DIKU and ITEK on the current e-Science activities at KU, using the Hogthrob project as a case study, September 2006 (in danish). (PDF)
  • Status på udviklingen af sensorer og samspil med andre produkter. Presentation given at the Storstrøms Business Development Centre on the health care project conducted in collaboration with IBM, February 2006 (in danish). (PDF)
  • The design and implementation of a data collection infrastructure. TinyOS programming lecture given at the Sensor Networks course, winter 2005. (PDF)
 Educational History
PhD in Computer Science (University of Copenhagen, DIKU)
Master of Science in Computer Science (University of Copenhagen, DIKU)
Bachelor of Science in Physics and Computer Science (University of Copenhagen, NBI and DIKU)
Upper secondary school (Tårnby Gymnasium og HF)
Primary and lower secondary school (Skt. Annæ Skole)

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