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Title: Anish Arora


1
Networking_at_OSU Research and Course Work
  • Anish Arora
  • Ten H. Lai
  • Chunyi Peng
  • Ness Shroff
  • Prasun Sinha
  • Kannan Srinivasan
  • Dong Xuan
  • (in alphabetical order)
  • CSE Department
  • August 2016

2
What can you learn?
  • Not an introduction to networking
  • Not problem formulations of active research
    topics
  • Not description of networking technologies
  • Instead
  • Contact _at_ CSE
  • Keywords (to explore more)
  • Ongoing projects (and opportunities)

3
Meet Our Networking Faculty
Anish Arora
Steve Lai
Chunyi Peng
Ness B. Shroff
Kannan Srinivasan
Prasun Sinha
Dong Xuan
4
Research Directions
  • Cyber-Physical Systems (Arora, Shroff, Sinha,
    Srinivasan)
  • Distributed/Cloud Computing (Arora, Shroff)
  • Network Security (Arora, Lai, Peng, Shroff,
    Srinivasan, Xuan)
  • Social Networks (Shroff)
  • Wireless Networking (All)

5
Graduate Courses
  • 5432 Mobile Handset Systems and Networking
  • 5461 Computer Networking and Internet
    Technologies
  • 5462 Network Programming
  • 5463 Introduction to Wireless Networking
  • 5473 Network Security
  • 6333 Distributed Algorithms
  • 5359 Intermediate Studies in Cryptography
  • 5469 Intermediate Studies in Computer Networking
  • 5479 Intermediate Studies in Computer Security
  • 6459 Advanced Studies in Computer Networking
  • 6461 Computer Communication Networks

6
Alumni in Academia
  • Xiaole Bai (2010)
    Univ. of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • Ren-Shiou Liu (2009) National Cheng Kung
    University, Taiwan
  • Vinod Kulathumani (2008) Univ. of West Virginia
  • Sriram Chellappan (2007) Univ. of Missouri-Rolla,
  • Hongwei Zhang (2006) Wayne State
  • Santosh Kumar (2006) University of Memphis
  • Vinayak Naik (2006) UCLA
  • Murat Demirbas (2004) SUNY Buffalo
  • Min-Te Sun (2002) Auburn
  • Bill Leal (2001) Ohio University
  • Jun Xu (2000) Georgia Tech
  • Sonia Fahmy (1999) Purdue
  • Guohong Cao (1999) Penn State
  • Sandeep Kulkarni (1999) Michigan State
  • D. Manivannan (1997) University of Kentucky
  • Shiv Kalyanaraman (1996) RPI
  • Ravi Prakash (1996) University of Texas-Dallas
  • Frank Adelstein (1995) Cornell
  • Golden Richard (1995) University of New Orleans

7
Research Sponsors
NSF
8
Dependable Distributed Networked Systems
LabFaculty Anish Arora http//www.cse.ohio-stat
e.edu/anish/
  • Central Goal
  • 99 users (including devices and businesses)
    should be able to communicate securely and
    reliably 99 of the time
  • requires scalable end-to-end dependability, which
    is still lacking (no
    operational MANET has exceeded 100 nodes till
    today !)
  • Focus
  • Large-scale wireless sensor networks and MANETs
  • Physical-layer security, IoT device security
  • Internet-/Cloud-based distributed systems
  • Approach
  • Scalability limits, including network size,
    capacity, power
  • Algorithms based on graphs/geometry/signal
    processing/machine learning
  • for distributed computing/networking/sensing/secu
    rity
  • Self-stabilization for dependability
  • Model-based control of systems (using formal
    methods)

9
DDNS Lab
  • Impact
  • Radar sensor network for tiger/rhino protection
    14-to date
  • ADAPT smartphone sensor, .NOW motes, eMote OS
    12-to date
  • PeopleNet Dreese Labs WSN for SmartGrid
    Smartphone apps 08-
  • KanseiGenie interactive large-scale WSN testbed
    04-to-16
  • ExScal and A Line In The Sand sensor network
    based classification and tracking of persons,
    persons carrying guns, vehicles, tanks 04
  • Aladdin home networking system, built at
    Microsoft Research, 00
  • NetraProxy internet server, commercially sold by
    Sun 97

10
DDNS Lab Current Status
  • Apply ideas in experimental settings
  • Sounds of New York City for city sound complaints
    classification (SONYC) (involving acoustic
    sensor multi computer motes, with NSF)
  • Immediate opening (Now) !!!
  • Scalable MANETS, with software defined radios and
    wireless SDN frameworks (involving TI
    heterogenous platforms, with DARPA)
  • Cellphone based sensor networks, with focus on
    power hacking, MAC, routing
  • (involving Qualcomm
    platform, with DARPA)
  • Secure WSN fabrics, physical layer security,
    zero knowledge (involving C motes)
  • Integrating sensor networks with enterprises
    (involving WWF)
  • OSU recognized as leader in WSN research and
    facilities
  • KanseiGenie 800 devices, includes eMotes,
    TMotes, Imote2s, Stargates, XSMs
  • PeopleNet for Green Computing and Building
    Sustainability initiatives
  • ExScal remains among largest WSN experiments
    conducted

11
DDNS Lab Current Status
  • Apply ideas in experimental settings
  • Sounds of New York City for city sound complaints
    classification (SONYC) (involving acoustic
    sensor multi computer motes, with NSF)
  • Immediate opening (Now) !!!
  • Scalable MANETS, with software defined radios and
    wireless SDN frameworks (involving TI
    heterogenous platforms, with DARPA)
  • Cellphone based sensor networks, with focus on
    power hacking, MAC, routing
  • (involving Qualcomm
    platform, with DARPA)
  • Secure WSN fabrics, physical layer security,
    zero knowledge (involving C motes)
  • Integrating sensor networks with enterprises
    (involving WWF)
  • OSU recognized as leader in WSN research and
    facilities
  • KanseiGenie 800 devices, includes eMotes,
    TMotes, Imote2s, Stargates, XSMs
  • PeopleNet for Green Computing and Building
    Sustainability initiatives
  • ExScal remains among largest WSN experiments
    conducted

CSE 6469 Advanced Studies in Computer Networking
(This Fall) Topics WSN, MANET, IoT and
security.
12
Mobile Systems, Security and Networking
(MSSN)Faculty Chunyi Peng http//web.cse.ohio-s
tate.edu/chunyi/
  • Research interests
  • Mobile networks
  • 5G/4G/3G, 802.11n/ac and beyond, emerging
    communication
  • Mobile systems
  • sensing, visible light, computer-human
    interaction, fine-grained localization)
  • Mobile security (practical attacks)
  • Ongoing Projects
  • NSF Secure Mobile Data Charging CCS14, CCS15
  • NSF Secure control- and data-plane in 4G
    networks CNS15, CCS15, HotMobile16, CCS16
  • NSF Control-plane protocol verification
    SIGCOMM14, TON15, MobiCom16

13
Mobile Systems, Security and Networking (contd.)
  • Ongoing Projects (contd)
  • NSF Mobility management in cellular networks
    NSDI16, HotMobile16, INFOCOM16, Sigmetrics16
  • MobileInsight an in-device mobile network
    monitor and analyzer Mobicom16 and 3 public
    releases
  • All Things Light (visible light communication
    Screen-Camera Link Mobicom14, NSDI14,
    HotNets13, MobiSys15, Ubicomp16
  • Now opening (for 5G)
  • Looking only for ambitious PhD and graduate
    students
  • Strong networking and system skills

CSE 3461/5461 Computer Networks (2017 Spring)
14
Wireless Infrastructure and NetworkingFaculty
Prasun Sinha http//web.cse.ohio-state.edu/p
rasun/
  • Focus wireless networked systems, intelligent
    transportation systems
  • Research Style algorithm design, systems
    building
  • Ongoing Projects
  • NSF Relative Localization of Vehicles on the
    Road
  • NSF Green Base Stations with Ness Shroff
  • NSF Making Information-Theoretic Solutions
    Practical with Kannan Srinivasan and P. R. Kumar
    (TAMU)
  • NSF Femtocell Networks with R. Srikant (UIUC)
    and Kang Shin (UMich)
  • Toyota Full Duplex Communication Systems for
    Vehicles with Kannan Srinivasan
  • Immediate opening for 2 RAs (PhD) and 1 postdoc
  • Strong mathematical or systems background
    preferred

15
Network Engineering and Wireless Systems (NEWS)
Faculty Ness Shroff http//www.ece.ohio-state.e
du/shroff
  • Goals
  • Understand the Fundamental Limits of Complex
    Systems
  • Performance Metrics Throughput, Delay, Energy,
    Security, Reliability
  • Develop protocols and control mechanisms that are
    based on a rigorous foundation and shown to
    achieve these limits
  • Develop solutions that are distributed and
    scalable
  • Focus on long-term clean-slate design solutions
  • Ongoing Sponsored Projects
  • National Science Foundation
  • NSF Mobile Content Sharing Networks Theory and
    Implementation with D. Xuan
  • NSF NeTS Small Dynamic spectrum access under
    uncertainty Theory, algorithm development, and
    evaluation with E. Ekici
  • NSF NeTS Large Collaborative research
    Practical foundations for networking with
    many-antenna base stations
  • NSF NeTS Large Collaborative proposal
    Foundations of hierarchical full-duplex wireless
    networks

16
Ongoing Sponsored Projects in NEWS (contd)
  • National Science Foundation (contd)
  • NSF Unifying Network Coding and Cross-Layer
    Optimization for Wireless Mesh Networks From
    Theory to Distributed Algorithms to
    Implementation
  • NSF CPS Synergy Collaborative research
    Cognitive green building A holistic
    cyber-physical analytic paradigm for energy
    sustainability
  • NSF ECCS Toward efficient and distributed
    cyber-physical systems design for the smart
    electric power grid
  • Army Research Office
  • ARO-MURI Stochastic Control of Multi-scale
    Networks
  • Design and control heterogeneous military
    networks with very diverse performance
    requirements.
  • ARO-MURI Multivariate heavy tail phenomena
    modeling, diagnostics, and applications in
    tactical operations
  • ARO Exploiting the multi-channel advantage for
    wireless ad hoc networks Achieving both high
    throughput and low delay with low-complexity
    control

17
Ongoing Sponsored Projects in NEWS (contd)
  • Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
  • DTRA Modeling, analysis and control for robust
    interdependent networks
  • Office of Naval Research (ONR)
  • ONR Dynamic communication for military wireless
    networks under spectral,spatial, and temporal
    uncertainty
  • Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
  • DARPA Distributed, agile and robust control of
    an intrinsically resilient overlay network
  • Industry
  • Hewlett Packard Enhancing the end-to-end
    efficiency of the mobile cloud
  • Hewlett Packard Energy and labor efficient
    sensor networking for underground data
    acquisition - HP Innovation Research Program
  • Huawei Low Latency Control in Multi-hop Core
    Networks

18
Communication Systems Networking (CoSyNe)
Faculty Kannan Srinivasan http//www.cse.ohio-s
tate.edu/kannan
  • Goal To explore the fundamental limits of
    communications and networking systems with a
    special focus on wireless
  • Ongoing Project(s)
  • Rethinking Wireless Network Design Principles for
    the Internet-of-Everything (with Emre Koksal
    Atilla Eryillmaz)
  • Protection against Sensing from CPS Wireless
    Communications (with Anish Arora)
  • Together We Rise Combining Multi-Antenna
    Techniques
  • Making Information-Theoretic Solutions Practical
    (with Prasun Sinha)
  • Theoretic Limits of Full Duplex (with Ness
    Shroff)

19
Recent Activities
  • Recent Activities
  • Wireless Full Duplex (MobiCom 2010/11, ICNP 2013,
    SPCOM 2014, Infocom 2014, MobiSys 2015, NSDI
    2015, MobiCom 2015)
  • Power Line Communication Systems (SIGCOMM 2014)
  • Enterprise Wireless LANs (CoNEXT 2013, MobiCom
    2013/14)
  • Hiring New Students
  • Looking for motivated students
  • Website http//web.cse.ohio-state.edu/kannan/cos
    yne

20
Mobile Networking and Computing LabFaculty Dong
Xuan http//www.cse.ohio-state.edu/xuan/
  • Research Interests distributed computing,
    computer networking and cyberspace security
  • Electronic and Visual Signal Integration
    efficient object localization/tracking and visual
    retrieval and mining
  • Wireless Mobile Computing Smartphone-based
    mobile social networking and medical health
    systems and Smartphone system security
  • Current Ph.D. Students Adam Champion, Gang Li,
    Xinfeng Li, Fan Yang and Qiang Zhai
  • Current Research Projects
  • Integrating Electronic and Visual Signals for
    Accurate Localization, NSF, Xuan and Zheng, 2012
    - 2015
  • Mobile Content Sharing Networks Theory to
    Implementation, NSF, Shroff and Xuan, 2011-2016
  • Looking for highly motivated new graduate
    students with strong background in system and
    mathematical background

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  • Thanks!
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