I am an associate professor of Computer Science at Indiana University Purdue
University, Fort Wayne, Indiana. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science and
Engineering from the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. I am a senior
member of IEEE, and a member of ACM.
My main research interests
are in the areas of wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, mobile and
pervasive computing, computer security, Internet of Things, and cyber-physical
systems. I will lead the incoming IoT Lab.
- IoT Lab will be launched in April to start research,
education, and entrepreneurship in Internet of Things.
- Recently, Indiana IoT Lab was launched in Fishers,
Please access Blackboard (http://ipfw.blackboard.com) for course
material and Oasis (http://my.ipfw.edu) for
course information, registration and textbook.
- Machine Learning/Deep Learning (Spring
- IoT Communication Protocols
- Data Communications (CS 27400 every fall and spring)
- Computer Networks (CS 37400, every spring)
- Computer Security (CS 44500, every fall)
- Advanced Computer Networks (ACS 57400 every year)
- Introduction to Computer Science II (CS 161, Summer
- Network Security and Cryptography (ACS 54500 every
- Introduction to Simulation and Modeling of Computer
Systems, Fall 2009
- Active in IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE
Communications Society, and ACM
- TPC Member, IEE
Mobility Conference 2005, Guangzhou, China, 2005
- TPC Member, IEEE Mobility Conference 2006, Bangkok,
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