Bin   Fu

Professor  

Office: EENGR 3.280
Phone: (956) 665-3635
Email: bin.fu@utrgv.edu

Dr. Bin Fu





Selected Publications


  • Bin Fu, Zhu Fengjuan, and John Abraham. A Model for Donation Verification. Online, New York: ACMSE 2018 Proceedings, Archive, no. arXiv:1708.07973 2018: 5.

  • Peng Zhang, Bin Fu, and Linqing Tang. "Simpler and Better Approximation Algorithms for the Unweighted Minimum Label s-t Cut Problem," (2018).

  • Junyu Zhu, Chuanhe Huang, Xiying Fan, and Bin Fu. "An Efficient Distributed Randomized Data Replication Algorithm in VANETs," WASA 2017, 2017: 369-380.

  • Cameron Chalk, Bin Fu, Eric Martinez, Robert Schweller, and Tim Wylie. "Concentration independent random number generation in tile self-assembly," Theoretical Computer Science 667, (2017): 1–15.

  • Peng Li, Tao Zhang, Chuanhe Huang, Xi Chen, and Bin Fu. "RSU-Assisted Geocast in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks," IEEE Wireless Commun. 24, no. 1 (2017): 53-59.

  • Cameron Chalk, Bin Fu, Eric Martinez, Robert Schweller, and Timothy Wylie. "Concentration independent random number generation in tile self-assembly," Theoretical Computer Science 667, (December 2016): 1 - 15.

  • Junyu Zhu, Chuanhe Huang, Xiying Fan, and Bin Fu. "Planning Roadside Units for Information Dissemination in Urban VANET," WASA 2016: Bozeman, MT, USA , 2016: 548-559.

  • Peng Zhang and Bin Fu. "The label cut problem with respect to path length and label frequency," Theoretical Computer Science (2016): 72-83.

  • Cameron Chalk, Bin Fu, Alejandro Huerta, Mario Maldonado, Eric Martinez, Robert Schweller, and Tim Wylie. "Flipping tiles: concentration independent coin flips in tile self-assembly," International Workshop on DNA-Based Computers. 2015: 87–103.

  • Cameron Chalk, Bin Fu, Alejandro Huerta, Mario Maldonado, Eric Martinez, Robert Schweller, and Timothy Wylie. "Flipping Tiles: Concentration Independent Coin Flips in Tile Self-Assembly," DNA Computing and Molecular Programming: 21st International Conference, DNA 21, Boston and Cambridge, MA, USA, August 17-21, 2015. Proceedings. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2015: 87–103.



Selected Grants and Fellowships


  • Mark Chu. MRI: Acquisition of a PC Cluster, High Performance Rio Grande Valley Cluster (HiRGV) , NSF, $976,250.42 ( )

  • Bin Fu. Theories and Applications of Efficient Separator and Randomization, National Science Foundation Early Career , $409,157.00 (2009 - 2015)

  • Bin Fu. 12 UTSA Numerical Simulation, National Science Foundation, $34,000.00 (2011 - 2012)

  • Bin Fu. Protein 3D Structure Models and Algorithms, $90,324.00 (July 2004 - June 2007)

  • Bin Fu. Geometric Separator Technologyand Its Applications to Bioinformatics and Other Fields, $11,000.00 (July 2005 - June 2006)



Selected Presentations


  • Zhixiang Chen, Bin Fu, Yang Liu, and Robert Schweller. " Algorithms for Testing Monomials in Multivariate Polynomials," Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Combinatorial Optimization and Applications (COCOA 2011), Zhangjiajie, China (August 2011)

  • Zhixiang Chen, Bin Fu, Robert Schweller, Boting Yang, Zhiyu Zhao, and Binhai Zhu. "Linear Time Probablistic Algorithms for the Singular Haplotype Reconstruction Problem from SNP Fragments," Proceedings of the sixth Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (APBC 2008), Kyoto, Japan (January 2008)

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CSCI 6339 01I - Theor Found Computation:
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CSCI 6339 02I - Theor Found Computation:
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CSCI 6365 01 - Network Managmt & Security:
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