We would like to welcome our newest Technical Program Committee Member, Subir Biswas. Dr. Biswas is an Associate Professor and the founding director of Networked Embedded and Wireless Systems (NEEWS) laboratory at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Michigan State University.
He has a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, UK, and before joining Michigan State, he was the Principal Architect at Tellium Optical Systems, where he was a lead researcher on optical network restoration modeling, fault tolerant network design, network management, and advanced application development. Before Tellium, he worked at NEC Research Institute in Princeton, New Jersey, where his work was focused on wireless ATM, IP multicast and IP traffic engineering problems. Prior to that, Dr. Biswas has worked in AT&T Laboratories, Cambridge, where his primary responsibilities were to design and develop mobility signaling and MAC layer protocols for wireless ATM networks.
Dr. Biswas has more than 10 years of research experience in networking industry and has published over 70 peer-reviewed journal/conference articles and book chapters and is a co-inventor of 5 U.S. patents (granted and pending). Subir is a senior member of IEEE and a fellow of Cambridge Philosophical Society. His current research interests include the broad area of wireless data networking, low-power network protocols, application-specific sensor networks and wireless network security.
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