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  Networked Systems Faculty Members

Ender Ayanoglu

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 1986 Stanford University. Next generation wireless, broadband, and optical communications. Design, analysis and optimization of communication systems, algorithms and chips for broadband ubiquitous communications.

Carter Butts

[Department of Sociology] Ph.D. 2002 Carnegie Mellon University. Development and application of mathematical, computational, and statistical techniques to theoretical and methodological problems. Structure of spatially embedded large-scale interpersonal networks; theory and applications of discrete exponential family models for cross-sectional and dynamic relational data; Bayesian methods for network inference, model integration, and properties of biophysical systems; relational event models; machine learning techniques for analysis of high-dimensional trajectory data; and prediction of protein structure and function.

Qi Alfred Chen

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 2018 University of Michigan. Network and systems security. Security problems in smart systems and IoT, e.g., smart home systems, smart transportation systems, and autonomous vehicle systems.

Magda El Zarki 

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 1988 Columbia University. Network architectures and protocols, multimedia services, performance analysis, wireless systems.

Hamid Jafarkhani (Director of the Networked Systems Program)

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 1997 University of Maryland at College Park. Communication theory and signal processing with emphases on coding, wireless communications, image processing, machine learning, and wireless networks.

Scott Jordan 

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 1990 University of California, Berkeley. Internet policy issues, including net neutrality, privacy, interconnection, data caps, zero rating, and device attachment.

Sangeetha Abdu Jyothi

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 2019 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Networking and systems. Machine learning systems, software defined networking, data center networks, automated cloud resource management, edge computing.

Fadi Kurdahi

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 1987 University of Southern California. Hardware/software co-design of embedded systems; mobile and portable wireless and multimedia systems; reconfigurable computing; software-defined radios.

Marco Levorato (Co-Director of the Networked Systems Program)

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 2009 University of Padova. Software defined and cognitive networks. Distributed learning and processing for efficient data acquisition, transportation and analysis. Autonomous Systems - Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. (Urban) IoT architectures and signal processing for mobile health care. Modeling and control of Smart Energy Systems.

Zhou Li

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 2014 Indiana University. Data-driven security analytics, Internet measurement, side-channel analysis, IoT security.

Athina Markopoulou

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 2003 Stanford University. Mobile systems and mobile data analytics, privacy and IoT devices, network measurement.

Ardalan Amiri Sani
[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 2015 Rice University. Building trustworthy systems at the intersection of mobile computing, security, and operating systems.

Yanning Shen
[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 2019 University of Minnesota. Machine learning, data science, network science, optimization and statistical signal processing.

Gene Tsudik

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 1991 University of Southern California. Privacy, computer and network security, applied cryptography.

Nalini Venkatasubramanian 

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 1998 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Enabling effective management and utilization of resources in the evolving global information infrastructure. Concurrent/distributed systems, reflective and adaptive middleware, Internet-of-things, cyberphysical systems, smart resilient communities, middleware for pervasive and mobile computing environments, multimedia systems and applications, formal reasoning of distributed systems.

  Networked Systems Faculty by Courtesy

Mohammad Al Faruque

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 2009 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. System-level design of embedded systems and Cyber-Physical-Systems with special interests on CPS design automation, model-based design, multi-core systems, and CPS security.

Stanislaw Jarecki

[Department of Computer Science] Ph.D. 2001 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cryptography, security, fault-tolerant distributed computing.

Wenlong Jin 

[Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering] Ph.D. 2003 University of California, Davis. Network traffic flow theories.

Amelia Regan 

[Department of Computer Science] D. Engg. 1997 University of Texas, Austin. Cyber physical transportation systems, dynamic and stochastic network optimization, parallel and distributed combinatorial optimization, optimal contracting, on-line advertising, logistics systems analysis, freight transportation planning, technology adoption in transportation and, technologies to improve the safety, comfort and convenience of pedestrians.

Zhiying Wang

[Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science] Ph.D. 2013 California Institute of Technology. Information theory and coding theory for data storage, computation, privacy, and security. Compression for genomic information and log analytics. Age of information for wireless networks.


Networked Systems last modified January 4, 2021 UCICSEECS