FORMER MS Students
"The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet." -- Aristotle
1. Mr. Ajay Babu Amudalabhasker (2006)
TapRoot Systems, Morrisville, NC.
Thesis: Tiered-Service Fair Queueing (TSFQ): A Practical and Efficient Fair Queueing Algorithm (pdf)
2. Dr. Ilia Baldine (1995)
Research Scientist, RENCI, Chapel Hill, NC.
Thesis: Multicast routing With End-to-End Delay and Delay Variation Constraints (pdf)
3. Mr. Nikhil Baradwaj (2005)
Microstrategy, McLean, VA (graduation photo)
Thesis: Traffic Quantization and its Applications to QoS Routing (pdf)
Nikhil received the 2006 Graduate School Nancy G. Pollock MS Thesis award.
4. Mr. Sudhin Bengeri (2001)
OPNET, Bethesda, MD.
Thesis: Differentiated Services Support for the Helios Optical WDM Testbed (pdf)
5. Mr. Brian Haberman (1997)
Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins University
Thesis: Cost, Delay, and Delay Variation Conscious Multicast Routing (pdf)
6. Mr. Vijay Iyer (2002)
Product Manager, Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA (graduation photo)
Thesis: A Simulation Study of Wavelength Assignment and Reservation Policies with Signaling Delays (pdf)
7. Mr. Shrikrishna Khare (2008)
Sun Microsystems, San Jose, CA.
Thesis: Testbed Implementation and Performance Evaluation of the Tiered Service Fair Queueing (TSFQ) Packet Scheduling Discipline (pdf)
8. Mr. Mrugendra Singhai (2002)
MCNC, RTP, NC.
Thesis: Helios 2: An All-Optical Broadcast Local Area Network (pdf)
9. Dr. Vijay Sivaraman (1995)
Professor, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales, Australia
Thesis: TDM Schedules for Broadcast WDM Networks with Arbitrary Tuning Latencies (pdf)
10. Mr. Jeffrey J. Stuckey (1998)
Manager, Microsoft, Redmond, WA.
Thesis: Worst-Case Cell Delay in an ATM Switch Using EDF Scheduling (pdf)
11. Mr. Dhaval Thaker (2001)
Lucent Technologies, Boston, MA.
Thesis: Multicasting in a Partially Tunable Broadcast WDM Network (pdf)
12. Mr. Manoj Vellala (2008)
Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA.
Thesis: Stack Composition for SILO Architecture (pdf)