Assistant Professor, Computer and Information Technology, Purdue University
I am also interested in Patents and Inventions, and have a working knowledge of the U.S. Intellectual Property Law.
Incoming Grad Students
I am accepting graduate students in the Fall 2014. See the following link
In August 2013, I joined the department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University. Before this, I was working in IBM's Emerging Technology Institute (ETI). The ETI is an in house incubator team under the WebSphere's CTO. During my IBM tenure, I protyped the MongoDB wire listener for JSON support in DB2 (database system) and WebSphere eXtreme Scale (key/value Elastic Cache). I have also been working on research projects related to OS fingerprinting, caching techniques, and analyzing smartphone traffic patterns, with IBM TJ Watson Research Center.
During my graduate studies, I was involved with funded projects by Cisco Edge Router Business Unit, Time Warner Cable, and ITng Institute. I have also spent a short period in VTT Research Institute in Finland, and in the University of Patras working on the Quality of Server in wireless networks (WiFi, WiMAX and LTE).