Hu, Junguo

Member Profile

Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology
University of Oklahoma
101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, OK 73019-5300, USA
Lab Phone: (405) 325-6519
E-mail: hawkhjg@163.com


Research works
I am engaged in the use of wireless sensor networks to collect temperature, humidity, light, carbon dioxide and other environmental data to calculate the ability of forest carbon sinks, and study the soil carbon cycle.


Education
Ph.D. candidate in Forest Management, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China 2009-Now

M.S. in Computer Applications Technology, Zhejiang University of Technology, 2008.

B.S. in Computer Education, Hangzhou Normal University, 2001.


Publications
[1]Hu Junguo,Zhou Jian,Zhou Guomo.Analysis of Temperature Spatial Distribution in the Tianmu Mountain Based on Quadtree Optimized BP Neural Networks[J]. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering,2014,7(6): 933-639.

[2]Hu Junguo, Zhou Guomo*, Xu Xiaojun. Using the Improved BP Neural Networks to Study Spatial Distribution of Sunshine Illumination from Sensor Network Data [J]. Ecological Modelling, 2013, 8: 63-68.

[3]Xiaoping Wu, Junguo Hu*, Yujia Jiang, Enbin Liu, and Guoying Wang.Target Tracking with NLOS Detection and Mitigation in Wireless Sensor Networks [J]. International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, 2013, 11: 67-79.

[4]Hu Jun-guo, Qi Heng-nian. Spatial data fusion algorithm of CO2 based on cloud computing platform, Journal of Computer Applications, 2012, 32(4): 1003-1008.

[5]Jiyue Zheng, Junguo Hu*. Research of the Wireless sensor networks Routing Protocol Based on CEJ ant colony algorithm [J]. Applied Mechanics and Materials, 2011, 58-60: 1566-1571.

[6] HU Jun-guo, QI Heng-nian.Research on the problem of tourism scenic spots path planning based on BVC ant colony algorithm [J]. Study on the application of computer, 2011,28 (5): 1102-1106.

[7]Junguo Hu,Feng Dong,Hengnian Qi.Study on The Path Planning of Tourist Scenic Area Based on BVC Ant Colony Algorithm[C]. In proceeding of the 3rd International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Design,Hangzhou,China,October 29-31,2010.


Fundings
[1] The study of forest carbon sinks model based on multi-modal perception data coupling, National Natural Science Foundation of China, ¥250,000, from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2016.

[2] The study and application demonstration of CO2 distribution and visualization based on wireless sensor network, Zhejiang province technology project, ¥200,000,from January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2013.

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