7 IDS PhD students graduate

A traditional College of Engineering PhD hooding ceremony took place on May 15, 2010. In total, 44 students received their PhD degrees, 7 of them are from the IDS group:

  • Ashish Agarwal, “Analytical Modeling of Delay-Tolerant Data Dissemination in Vehicular Networks,” Advisor Prof. T.D.C. Little
  • Ashraf Fares Al Daoud, “On Revenue Maximization from Secondary Spectrum Use in Wireless Cellular Networks,” Advisor: Prof. M. Alanyali
  • Erhan Baki Ermis, “Activity Based Geometry Independent Features for Information Processing in Heterogeneous Camera Networks,” Advisor: Prof. V. Saligrama
  • Darin Chester Hitchings, “Stochastic Control Approaches for Sensor Management in Search and Exploitation,” Advisor: Prof. D. Castañón
  • Karen Louise Jenkins, “Fast Adaptive Sensor Management for Feature-Based Classification,” Advisor: Prof. D. Castañón
  • Huseyin Mutlu, “Spot Pricing of Secondary Access to Wireless Spectrum,” Advisor: Prof. D. Starobinski
  • Weiyao Xiao, “Reliable Data Dissemination in Dense Wireless Networks,” Advisor: Prof. D. Starobinski

Congratulations to all our graduates!

Students (from the left): Ashish, Karen, and Darin. Faculty (from the left): Ishwar, Konrad, Saligrama, and Castañón.


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