Animashree Anandkumar
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science], Ph.D. Cornell University: Statistical signal processing, information theory, and networking with a focus on graphical models.

 

Ender Ayanoglu
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science], Ph.D. Stanford University: Next generation wireless, broadband, and optical communications.

  Carter Butts
[Networked Systems, Sociology] Development and application of mathematical, computational, and statistical techniques to theoretical and methodological problems within the areas of social and biological network analysis, mathematical sociology, quantitative methodology, and human judgment and decision making
  Pai Chou
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science], Ph.D. University of Washington: Hardware and software co-design, power-aware and adaptive embedded systems, system synthesis, and embedded instruments.
 

Hamid Jafarkhani
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science], Ph.D. University of Maryland,College Park: Communication theory with emphases on coding, wireless communications, and wireless networks.

  Scott Jordan
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (by courtesy)], Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley: Pricing and differentiated services in the Internet, resource allocation in wireless multimedia networks, and telecommunications policy.
  Fadi Kurdahi
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Department of Computer Science (by courtesy)], Ph.D. University of Southern California: Hardware/software co-design of embedded systems; mobile and portable wireless and multimedia systems; reconfigurable computing; software-defined radios.
  Marco Levorato
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science], Ph.D. Padova, Italy. Next generation wireless networks, smart energy grids and mobile health care systems. Sparse methods and graphical models in complex systems.
  Athina Markopoulou (Co-Director of Networked Systems)
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science], Ph.D. Stanford University. Mobile and social networks, network monitoring, privacy, voice and video.
  Amelia Regan
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science], Ph.D. University of Texas, Austin: Algorithm development for large scale network optimization problems.
  Ardalan Amiri Sani
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science], Ph.D. Rice University: Mobile and wireless systems, operating systems.
  Gene Tsudik
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science], Ph.D. University of Southern California: Computer and Network Security, Applied cryptography, Internet routing, wireless/ad-hoc networks.
  Nalini Venkatasubramanian (Director of Networked Systems) 
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science], Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Enabling effective management and utilization of resources in the evolving global information infrastructure.
  Magda El Zarki
[Networked Systems; Department of Computer Science; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (by courtesy)], Ph.D. Columbia University: Network architectures and protocols, multimedia services, performance analysis, wireless systems.
   

Courtesy Members:
  Mohammad A. Al Faruque
[Networked Systems; Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany: Multi-core systems; embedded systems; cyber-physical systems.
  Wenlong Jin
[Networked Systems (by courtesy); Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering], Ph.D. University of California, Davis: Transportation networks.

 

 

 

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