Dr. Bhuyan’s research interests are in the areas of network packet processing, multiprocessor architectures, network processors and I/O architectures, high-performance IP routers, parallel and distributed processing, and performance evaluation.
Dr. Krishnamurthy’s research is in the areas of wireless systems and networks, Internet technology, broadband networks, multimedia systems, satellite systems and networks, lightwave networks, queuing theory and stochastic processes, algorithm design and analysis, network security and active networks.
Dr. Song’s research interests include system security, program analysis and verification, and operating systems. Currenly he's focusing on two areas: eliminating memory corruption vulnerabilities from commodity OS kernels and designing more effective access control mechanisms.
Dr. Yin's research interests lie in computer security. In particular, he's endeavoring to develop new program analysis and virtualization techniques and applying these techniques to improve computer and software security. He is a recipient of 2011 NSF CAREER award.
Karim's research interests are in network security, wireless networks, game theory and information centric networks.
Ioannis' research interests include design, implementation, modeling and simulation issues, especially for wireless cross-layer mechanisms. His current research efforts focus on wireless testbed protocol implementations and measurements.
Jakob’s interests lie primarily in networked computer systems, including wireless network performance, mobile sensing and network security. In the mobile systems area, some of my work includes vehicular WiFi connectivity, and mobile sensing for traffic monitoring and road condition assessment.
Ting-Kai's research interests include Network security, Cybercrime, Delay Tolerant Networks and Opportunistic Networks, Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks, Wireless Personal Area Networks, Network Protocols.
Eric's research interests include group communications in mobile ad hoc networks, effects of hot spots in mobile ad hoc networks, ad hoc routing protocols andmobility models. Also, performance of TCP under mobile ad hoc networks.
Georgos' research interests are mainly on network topology and BGP policies/routing. Recently, he has been working on the Internet Routing Registries, and he has developed a tool (NEMECIS) to analyze and verify the policy information stored in IRR.