Two postdoc positions available starting Fall 2018/Spring 2019 (see here).
Amir H. Afsharinejad (Ph.D student) 2016-
Former Ph.D students (current/first):
Yun Wei, Quantitative Researcher, CooperFund Inc, Chicago, Jan. 2017
Supaporn Erjongmanee, Lecturer, Kasetsart Univ. Thailand
Ph.D Thesis: Understanding Communication Infrastructure Using Large-Scale Measurements, 2011
Sung-eok Jeon, Uber/Microsoft, Seattle
Ph.D Thesis: Near-Optimality of Distributed Network Management using Machine Learning Approach, 2007
Rajesh Narasimha (Co-advised with Prof. Steve Mclaughlin), Samsung Research.
Ph.D Thesis: Application of Information Theory and Learning to Network and Biological Tomography, 2007
SPIE Fellowship Award
Zesheng Chen, Assistant Prof., IPFW University, Fort Wayne
Ph.D Thesis: Modeling and Defending Against Internet Worm Attacks, 2007
Clever award, ECE Gatech
Guanglei Liu, Associate Prof., Roan-state Community College, Tennessee
Clever award, ECE Gatech
Ph.D Thesis: Modeling and Understanding Heterogeneous Network Traffic, 2002.
Dongxu Shen, University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong.
Ph.D Thesis: Resource Management of Wireless CDMA Networks, 2001.
Marina Thottan, Bell Labs Nokia, NJ.
Ph.D Thesis: Fault Detection and Prediction for the Management of Computer Networks, 2000.
Founderís Award of Excellence, RPI
Sheng Ma,† Google, CA /IBM T.J Watson Research, NY
Ph.D Thesis: Network Traffic Modeling and Analysis in Wavelet Domain, 1998
Charlie Close Thesis Award, RPI, Founderís Award of Excellence
Cindy Hood, Associate Prof. Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago.
Ph.D Thesis: Intelligent Detection for Fault Management of Communication Networks, 1996.
Former MS/Other students:
Henry Mei, Gatech, 2015
Guanglei Liu, continued with Ph.D.
Thesis: Decentralized Wavelength Assignments and Control of Optical Networks, 2001.
Ying Dong, Ph.D student, Hong Kong University.
Thesis: Simulating a Wireless Network Environment, 2001.
Yingmei Sun, Technical staff member, Oracle, MA.†
Thesis: A Simulation Environment for Intelligent Network Agents, 2000.
Peihua Qi, Technical staff member, IBM, NY.†
Thesis: Network Anomaly Generation Using ns, 2000.
Andrew Weate, Instructor, the West Point Military Academy, NY.
Thesis: Reinforcement Learning and Applications, 1998.
Dongxu Shen, continued Ph.D.
Thesis: Prediction of Network Traffic for Network Management, 1998.
Min Wei, Technical staff member, IBM Watson Research Center, NY.
Thesis: Investigations of Self-Similar Traffic on Network Management, 1996.
David Durham, Technical staff member, Intel Corporation, Portland, OR.
Thesis: Wide Area Network Flow Control Possibilities via Active Signal End-to-End Time Series Prediction, 1996.
Richard Schaaf, Technical staff member, IBM, Vermont.
Thesis: Array Signal Processing Using Neural Networks, 1995.
Tashin Hasin Demiral, Ph.D. student, the National University of Turkey.
Thesis: Combinations of Weak Classifiers, 1994.
Sheng Ma, continued Ph.D.
Thesis: Expectation-Maximization Algorithms for Feedforward and Recurrent Networks, 1994. (Henry J. Nolte Memorial Award for Master Thesis, RPI)
James Farmer, Technical staff member, Allied Signals, Washington DC.
Thesis: Expectation-Maximization Algorithm For Feedforward Neural Networks, 1993.
Aaron Dentinger, Technical staff member, General Electric Research and Development Center.
Thesis: Fast Training Algorithms for Recurrent Networks with Ramp Functions, 1993.
More than 40 undergrad researchers at GT, RPI, and SURE.
Dr. Seunghoo Lee (Visiting Postdoc), 2011-2013
Dr. Sung-Ho Huang (Visiting Posdoc), 2005-2006, Samsung, Korea
Dr. Minsu Kim (Visiting Postdoc), 2005-2006, Samsung, Korea
Dr. Guang Cheng (Visiting Prof.) 2006-2007, South East University, China.
Prof. Suming Li, (Visiting Prof.), 2007-2008, National Univ.,† China
Dr. Shikang Chen, (Visiting Postdoc), 2008-2009, Sichung, China
James Gu, (Visiting Student), 2008-2009, China
Prof. Ekrem Duman (Visiting Prof.), 2011, Turkey
Prof. Ling Wang (Visiting Prof.),