Yong Cui, Full Professor


Deputy Director in Network Research Institute

CS Department, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Address: Room 4-104, FIT Building, Tsinghua Univ., Beijing (100084)

Tel.: +8610-62603059

Email: cuiyong[A-T]tsinghua.edu.cn

    Yong Cui received the BE degree and the Ph.D. degree from Tsinghua University, China in 1999 and 2004, respectively. He is currently a full Professor in Tsinghua University, the Deputy Director of Network Technology Institute, the council member of the China Communication Standards Association, the winner of Chang Jiang Young Scholars Program, the New Century Talents Award of the Ministry of Education and of Beijing Technology New Star Program, and the co-chair of the IPv6 transition Softwire Workgroup of the IETF.
    He directed several national R&D projects, funded by Chinese Next Generation Internet Plan (CNGI), the Major International Cooperation Project of National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC), and Development Plan of the State High Technology Research of China (863). He has been authorized with over 40 national patents, and he has won the National Science and Technology Progress Award (Second Class) in 2012, the provincial and ministerial Science and Technology Progress Awards 4 times. He also won the National Information Industry Invention Award twice, in 2004 and 2012, respectively. He has published over 100 academic papers on refereed journals and conferences, including IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems and IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, and IEEE INFOCOM. He published 4 books including “Shijie-Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Internet Era”, "Wireless Mobile Internet". He is one of the authors in 7 RFCs for his proposal on IPv6 transition technologies. He has won the Best Paper Award of ACM ICUIMC 2011 and WASA 2010 in the field of mobile computing.
    His major research interests include computer network architecture, the Next Generation Internet and mobile computing. He teaches some courses including Discrete Mathematics, Wireless Network and Mobile Computing.


Diamond: Nesting the Data Center Network With Wireless Rings in 3-D Space is accepted by IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN)!

SPABox: Safeguarding Privacy during Deep Packet Inspection at a MiddleBox is accepted by IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN)!

 Furion: Engineering High-Quality Immersive Virtual Reality on Today's Mobile Devices is accepted by ACM MobiCom!

 Wireless Network Instabilities in the Wild: Prevalence, App (non)Resilience, and OS Remedy is accepted by IEEE ICNP 2017! (PPT)

 Traffic-aware Virtual Machine Migration in Topology-adaptive DCN is accepted by IEEE/ACM Transaction on Networking (ToN)!

 Machine Learning for Networking: Workflow, Advances and Opportunities is accepted by IEEE Network!

 Innovating Transport with QUIC: Design Approaches and Research Challenges is accepted by IEEE Internet Computing!

 Software Defined Cooperative Offloading for Mobile Cloudlets is accepted by IEEE/ACM Transaction on Networking (ToN)!

 SDN-based Big Data Caching in ISP Networks is accepted by IEEE Transaction on Big Data!

 CoCloud Enabling Efficient Cross-Cloud File Collaboration based on Inefficient Web APIs is accepted by INFOCOM 2017!