Computer Science, SUNY Binghamton
Office: Engineering Building, N-06
I am an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at SUNY Binghamton. I obtained my PhD. from University of Massachusetts Amherst. I am broadly interested in the field of computer networking. My research encompasses information-centric networks, wireless networks, mobile computing internet-of-things, security and green networks.
I direct the Future InterNet Design Lab (FIND) at SUNY Binghamton.
I am looking for motivated M.S. and Ph.D. students to work on problems in the area of computer networks, wireless networks and internet of things. If you are interested, please send an email with your resume.
Our paper on designing a content search and routing strategy under custodian unavailability in information-centric networks accepted to Elsevier Computer Networks.May 2018
Our paper on designing an optimized greedy caching algorithm for information-centric networks accepted to Elsevier Computer Networks. Congrats Adita!April 2018
Our paper on designing a predictive analytics framework for smart water management accepted to Smartcomp Smart Industries Workshop 2018.March 2018
Our paper on employing renewables to effectively cut load in electric grids accepted to Smartcomp 2018.Jan 2018
Our paper on analyzing opportunistic routing in cache networks accepted to ICC 2018. Congrats Dinal!December 2017
Our paper on analyzing goodput in heterogeneous mobile networks accepted to Elsevier Computer Networks.September 2017
Adita Kulkarni receives travel grant to attend Grace Hopper Conference 2017. Congrats Adita!August 2017
Poster on investigation the impact of cache pollution attacks in heterogeneous cellular networks accepted to IEEE ICNP 2017.August 2017
Paper on the applying biometrics data security techniques for portable mobile devices accepted to Springer INAE letters 2017.August 2017
Our paper on caching and routing in information-centric networks accepted to IEEE Communications Magazine 2017.