Arjan Durresi's bio

Arjan Durresi is a Professor of Computer Science at Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis, Indiana. In the past, he held positions at LSU, and The Ohio State University. He has published over 100 papers in journals and over 200 papers in conference proceedings, and seven book chapters. He also has over thirty contributions to standardization organizations such as IETF, ATM Forum, ITU, ANSI and TIA. He is the PI of four NSF funded research projects. His research has also been funded by the States of Ohio and Louisiana, as well as university and industry sources. Dr. Durresi's research interest include: Network Architectures, Security, and Trust Management. His teaching experience includes:Computer Networks, Sensor Networks, Computer and Network Security, Wireless and Mobile Networking, Telecommunications, Computer Architecture, Optical Networks, Simulation Techniques, Circuit Design. Dr. Durresi serves as Area Editor of Ad Hoc Networks (Elsevier)" Journal. He is on Editorial Boards of Journal of Network and Computer Applications(Elsevier) and Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Intelligence -JUCI, (American Scientific Publishers - ASP). He is Guest Editor of IJWMC - International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing for the Special Issue: "Wireless Sensors and Ad Hoc Networks," 2005. He is Workshops Co-Chair for 21th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications AINA 2007 to be held in Niagara Falls, Canada, May 21-23, 2007. He was Program Co-Chair of the AINA 2006 held in Vienna, Austria, on April 19 (Wed.) - April 21 (Fri.), 2006. He was the Founder the First International Workshop on Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks - HWISE 2005 held in 2005. He was the Co-Chair of HWISE in 2005, 2006 and 2007. He was Program Vice Chair for 11th IEEE ICPADS - International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems and Area Chair for 19th IEEE AINA 2005. Dr. Durresi was Program Vice Chair of IEEE AINA 2004 conference. His research has influenced the directions of Testing working group of ATM Forum, an International Consortium of Computer and Telecommunications companies. Many of the metrics and procedures developed by him have been adopted by ATM Forum and will be used throughout the networking industry. He is an active participant and has written contributions to several other industry forums including Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), American National Institute (ANSI), Telecommunications Institute of America (TIA) and International Telecommunication Union (ITU). He was one of the founding partners of ITEC-Ohio effort. Itec-Ohio has been selected to develop and test the only Internet2 Test and Evaluation Center in the country. Dr. Durresi has continued to work closely on several projects with ITEC-Ohio, which is a catalyst for network research in Ohio. For his "outstanding Research Accomplishments", Dr. Durresi received the 2002 Lumley Research Award from the College of Engineering at the Ohio State University. Dr. Durresi holds a patent on measuring the quality of signal in optical networks. In the last years he has obtained research funding from NSF, the States of Ohio and Louisiana, OAI, TRW and Honeywell.