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Wenqi Wendy Guo (Fed)

Computer Engineer

Dr. Wendy Guo is a Computer Engineer in the IoT Devices and Infrastructure Group of the Smart Connected Systems Division (SCSD) of the Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Her research focus is to develop co-simulation models for Internet of Things (IoT) and cyber-physical systems (CPS). Dr. Guo has been at NIST since 2009. Before joining CTL, Dr. Guo worked in the NIST Engineering Laboratory (EL) and evaluated the reliability of applying low data rate wireless sensor networks in buildings, and provided building occupants with a set of measurement techniques to assess the performance of a wireless sensor system.

Dr. Guo is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and is a Region 2 representative for Women in Power in the IEEE Energy and Power Society. She is a working group member in the Simulation Interoperability Readiness Level Group of Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO). She also has served as an active reviewer for many IEEE Journals and Conferences.

Awards

Engineering Laboratory Distinguished Associate Award (2012)

Publications

Towards An Adaptive Time-Triggered Protocol in Wireless Networks

Author(s)
Jin Zhang, Fan Liang, Wei Yu, David W. Griffith, Wenqi Guo, Avi Gopstein
Time sensitive activities occur extensively in industrial Internet of Things (IoT) environments. Classical time-triggered protocols in wired networks, such as

Characterization of residential circuit impedance

Author(s)
Dhananjay Anand, Md Amimul Ehsan, Wenqi Guo
Electrical harmonics associated with switching power electronics have been observed to induce electromagnetic interference with equipment sharing the same
Created September 13, 2019, Updated June 30, 2022