The DSR Lab in the Computer Science Department is a participant
of Data Science Research Center in RPI , directed by Prof. Yener.
The Lab members conduct research on diverse topics, ranging from Biomedical
Informatics to Intelligence Informatics (network security & privacy)
including modeling and analysis of Communication,
Data, Biological and Social networks.
My current research has two tracks: (1) modeling of
complex (high dimensional, multi modal, heterogeneous) and time evolving
systems that raise in natural and
manmade systems. I have pioneered a graph theoretical approach (called
the cell-graphs) to model structure-function relationship that has
applications from biology to material science; (2) applied cryptography
and network security. I am interested in key extraction from physical
layer characteristics in wireless networks, malware analysis, and botnet
best way to reach my papers is to Google
them or to send me an email for a pdf file.
my research spans several areas including
- Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics
- Security, Privacy, and Intelligence Informatics
- Wireless Networks
- QoS and VPNs
- Overlay Networks
- Internet Measurements