Current Post-Doctoral Researcher
- Richard G. Ogier, SRI,
Dynamic routing in communication networks
with continuous traffic, 1985.
- Rene L. Cruz,
UCSD and Mushroom
Networks, A calculus for network delay and a note
on topologies of in terconnection networks, 1987.
Galen H. Sasaki, U. Hawaii, Optimization by simulated annealing: a
time-complexity analysis, 1987.
- Arvind Krishna, IBM,
Communication with few buffers: analysis and design, 1990.
- Timothy Weller, Sample Path Ventures,
Scheduling Non-Uniform Traffic in a Multi-Access Communication System, 1993.
Murat Alanyali, Tobb University, Analysis of some simple policies for
dynamic resource allocation, 1996.
Vijay Subramanian, University of Michigan,
Broadband fading channels: Signal burstiness and capacity, 1999.
- Jennifer Steichen, (in Mathematics, co-advisor, D. Burkholder)
Heavy traffic limit theorems for the closed Lu-Kumar network, 2000.
James Ryan Giles, Google,
An information-theoretic and game-theoretic
study of timing channels, 2000.
Juan Alvarez, U. Illinois Discrete stochastic modeling of ion channels, 2004.
Vignesh Sethuraman, Samsung US R&D
On communication over correlated fading channels
with practical power constraints, 2006.
- Sujay Sanghavi,
University of Texas, Austin, Decentralized network algorithms, 2006.
Sichao Yang, Qualcomm, Inc.,
Reduced complexity mechanisms
for network resource allocation, 2007.
- Vineet Abhishek,
in market design, 2012.
- Ji Zhu, Google Stability and performance in
peer to peer networks, 2013.
- Jiaming Xu
Information and Computation Limits for Community Detection,
- James Yang, Amazon,
Distributed Content Collection and Rank Aggregation, 2016.