Peter Steenkiste: Graduated students


PhD Students

Xiaohui Wang, Environment Models for Realistic Simulation and Emulation of Wireless Networks, Spring 2014.

George Nychis, Towards Mitigating Heterogeneous Wireless Interference in Spectrum Bands with Unlicensed Access, Fall 2013.

Fahad Dogar, Architecting for Diversity at the Edge: Supporting Rich Network Services over an Unbundled Transport, Fall 2011.

Xi Liu, Maximizing Spatial Reuse in Indoor Environments, Fall 2010.

 

Kevin Borries, Scalable Real-Time Channel Simulation for Wireless Network Emulation, Fall 2010.

 

Mei-Hsuan (Amy) Lu, Optimizing Wireless Transmission for Video Streaming, Summer 2009.

 

Glenn Judd, Using Physical Layer Emulation to Understand and Improve Wireless Networks, Fall 2006.

 

Ningning Hu, Network Monitoring and Diagnostics based on Available Bandwidth Monitoring, Spring 2006.

Urs Hengartner, Access Control for Information in Pervasive Computing Environments, Summer 2005.

An-Cheng Huang, Building Self-configuring Services Using Service-specific Knowledge, Fall 2004.

Jun Gao, A Distributed and Scalable Peer-to-Peer Content Discovery System Supporting Complex Queries, Fall 2004.

David Eckhardt, Extending Reserved-Service Networking to Wireless Mobile Hosts, Spring 2002.
 
Prashant Chandra, A Resource Allocation Protocol for Structured Resource Management, Spring 2000.

Qingming Ma, Quality-of-Service Routing in Integrated Services Networks, Spring 1998.

Jose BrustoloniEffects of Data Passing Semantics and Operating System Structure on Network I/O Performance, Summer 1997.

Bruce SiegellAutomatic Generation of Parallel Programs with Dynamic Load Balancing for a Network of Workstations, Spring 1995.

 

Masters Students

 

“Understanding 802.11 Performance in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks”, Kaushik Lakshminarayanan, MS CSD,Carnegie Mellon University, August 2011.

“Auto-Tuning of Available Bandwidth Measurements”, Ines Freitas Oliveira, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, ICTI,Carnegie Mellon University, December 2008.

 

“Available Bandwidth Probing in Wireless Networks”, Yongsub Scott Nam, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2008.

 

“A Flexible MAC Development Environment for Software Radios”, Gesly George, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2006.

 

“Software Radio Architecture Support for Software MACs”, Amit Malani, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, expected May 2006.

 

“Location-based pervasive computing”, Vishakha Gupta, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2006.

 

“An Interactive Context-aware Navigation Applications”, Karthik Belur, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2006.

 

“Dynamic Channel Allocation for Self-Managing WLAN Access Points”, Matthias Ihmig, Diplomarbeit, Technical University of Munich, visiting MS student, March 2006.

 

“Wireless Network Optimization Using Software Defined Radios”, Rahul Dhar, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2005.

 

“A Programming Environment for a Wireless Emulator”, Swathi Koundinya, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2005.

 

“Using Network Processors for Smart Network Interfaces”, Alex Nizhner, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2005.

 “Confidence of Adaptable Available Bandwidth Probing”, Mazhar Memon, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, December 2004.

Xia Geng, “A Query Optimizer for a Distributed Contextual Information Service”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, December 2003.
 
Mrinalini Vaidya, “IP/UDP/RTP Header Compression for Wireless Broadcast Networks”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, September 2003.

Kevin Yu-Chang Lo, “Personal Proxy Aided Communication System”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, August 2003.

 De-Yan Kang and Jian-Da Li, “Resisting TCP SYN Flood Attacks with RST-Cookie Proxy”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, May 2003.

David Matsumoto, “A Hybrid Approach to Effort-Limited Fair scheduling in 802.11”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, May 2003.

Sandhya Gupta, “Network-transparent connectivity for mobile hosts”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Spring 2002.

Jia-Cheng Hu and Jiannmin Ho, “A Framework to Integrate Heterogeneous Conference Control Mechanisms: Co-operation of H.323 and SIP clients”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Spring 2001.

Servio Lima and Suraj Vasanth, “Locality-aware Web load balancing on the IXP-100”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Spring 2001.

Carlos Olguin, “An architecture for scalable network service brokering”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Fall 2001.

Hiroshi Murata, “ABR Flow Control for the Credit Net ATM Network”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Spring 1995.

Marissa Gonzales, “Parallelization of Blocked Linear Algebra Computations Over a General Purpose Network”, MS Thesis, Information Networking Institute, Spring 1992.


Peter Steenkiste (last updated March 2005)