I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Georgia Tech College of Computing
and a member of the Networking and Telecommunications Group.
I work under the guidance of Prof. Mostafa Ammar.
My current research interest is in overlay/virtual networks and software-defined networking.
Mehmet Demirci, Fida Gillani, Mostafa Ammar, Ehab Al-Shaer. "Overlay Network Placement for Diagnosability". IEEE GLOBECOM, December 2013 (to appear).
Fida Gillani, Ehab Al-Shaer, Mostafa Ammar, Mehmet Demirci. "Fine-Grain Diagnosis of Overlay Performance Anomalies Using End-Point Network Experiences". 8th International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM), October 2012.
Mehmet Demirci, Mostafa Ammar. "Fair Allocation of Substrate Resources among Multiple Overlay Networks". 18th IEEE International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS), August 2010. [pdf]
Mehmet Demirci, Samantha Lo, Srinivasan Seetharaman, Mostafa Ammar. "Multi-layer Monitoring of Overlay Networks". 10th Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM), April 2009. [pdf]
I graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. degree in computer science and mathematics.
I received an M.S. degree in computer science from Georgia Tech.
Here are some of the graduate-level courses I have taken at Georgia Tech.
CS 6250: Computer Networks
CS 6505: Computability and Algorithms
CS 7260: Internet Architectures and Protocols
CS 6260: Applied Cryptography
CS 6290: High-Performance Computer Architecture
CS 8803MLT: Machine Learning Theory
ISYE 6669: Deterministic Optimization
ISYE 6650: Probabilistic Models