- Tarun Mangla
- Yimeng Zhao
Former Students (Alphabetical Order)
Note: The PDF for theses before 2003 are only available on GT computers unless the author has released the copyright.
Almeroth (1997), Professor, Department
of Computer Science, University of California,
Thesis: Support for efficient, scalable delivery of interactive multimedia services
- Jose Bernabeau-Auban (1988), (Last known position -- would appreciate an update!) Associate Professor, Polytechnic University
of Valencia, Dept. of
Information Systems and Computing , Valencia, Spain.
Thesis: Location finding algorithms for distributed systems
- Yang Chen (2014), Schlumberger, Texas.
Thesis: Characterizing and mitigating communication challenges in wireless and mobile networks
Shun Yan Cheung (1990), Associate Professor, Dept. of Math. and Computer
Science, Emory University,
Thesis: Optimizing the performance of quorum consensus replica control protocols
Senior Research Scientist, College of Computing, Georgia Tech.
Thesis: Solutions for ubiquitous information services : multiple protocols and scalable servers
Clay (2002), Research Scientist, Intel, Hillsboro, Oregon.
Thesis: Replication techniques for scalable content distribution in the internet
- Mehmet Demirci (2013),
Assistant Professor, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey
Thesis: Facilitating the provision of auxiliary support services for overlay networks
Professor, School of Engineering
and Computer Science
, Baylor University
, Waco, Texas.
Thesis: Application-based enhancement to network-layer multicast
Note: Jeff was officially advised by Ellen Zegura.
- Jinliang Fan (2006), Micorsoft. Seattle, WA.
Thesis: Enabling Performance Tradeoffs Through Dynamic Configuration of Advanced Network Services
Fei (2000), Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky,
Thesis: Techniques for supporting service scalability over the internet
- Meng Guo
Co-Founder and CTO, LikeAndy, Mountain View, CA.
Thesis: Supporting Scalable and Resilient Video Streaming Applications in Evolving Networks
- Minaxi Gupta (2004), Associate Professor,
Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Thesis: Quality-consciousness in Large-scale Content Distribution in the Internet
- Karim Habak (2018), Google, Mountain View, CA.
Thesis: Mobile Device Clusters As Edge Compute Resources: Design,Deployment and Role in the Computing Ecosystem
- Qi He (2005),
Yahoo, Mountain View, CA.
Thesis: The Design and Evaluation of Advanced TCP-based Services over an Evolving Internet
Jiang (2000), Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA.
Thesis: Accommodating heterogeneity and scalability for multicast communication
Paul Judge (2002), Chief Research Officer and VP, Barracuda Networks, Atlanta, GA.
Thesis: Security and protection architectures for large-scale content distribution
- Hyewon Jun (2007), Google, New York.
Thesis: Power Management in Disruption Tolerant Networks
- Pradnya Karbhari
Thesis: Throughput and Fairness Considerations in Overlay Networks for Content Distribution
- Taehyun Kim (PhD in ECE) (2005),
Principal engineer, Samsung, South Korea.
Thesis: Scalable Video Streaming over the Internet
Bobby Krupczak (1997),
Krupczak.org, LLC, Atlanta, GA
Thesis: Protocol subsystem support for efficient and flexible communication services
- Chung-Ki Lee (1994), Professor, Department of Computer Software, Myongji
University, Yongin, Korea.
Thesis: Communication protocols in multi-hop radio networks
- Xue Li
(1998), Verizon, N.J.
Thesis: Scalable and adaptive video multicast over the internet
- Samantha Lo
(2015), AT&T Research, N.J.
Thesis: Design and Evaluation of Virtual Network Migration Mechanisms on Shared Substrate
- Ahmed Mansy (2014), Yahoo!, Sunnyvale, CA.
Thesis: Network and end-host support for HTTP adaptive video streaming
- AliReza Khoshgoftar Monfared (2016), Microsoft, Redmond, WA.
Thesis: Tactical HPC: Scheduling High Performance Computers in a Geographical Region
- George Riley(2001), Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Enginering, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA.
Thesis: Techniques for large scale distributed simulations of computer networks
- George Rouskas(1994), Professor, Dept. of Computer Science , North Carolina State University
Thesis: Single-hop lightwave WDM networks and applications to distributed computing
- Ahmed Saeed, Postodc, MIT
Thesis: Scalable Packet Scheduling in Software
- Srini Seetharaman ,
Research Scientist, Deutsche Telekom Lab, San Francisco, CA.
Thesis: Analyzing Cross-layer Interaction in Overlay Networks
- Cong Shi (2014), Square, Atlanta, GA.
Thesis: Addressing Connectivity Challenges for Mobile Computing and Communication
David Stevens (1992), (Last known position -- would appreciate an update!) Group Manager, Booz, Allen
and Hamilton, Atlanta, GA.
Thesis: TDMA slot allocation strategies for mobile packet radio networks
Talpade (1997), Google, New York.
Thesis: Towards ubiquitous internet multicast : convergence mechanisms and data transfer reliability
- Mukarram Bin-Tariq (2010). Google, Mountain view, CA
Thesis: Modeling performance of internet-based services using causal reasoning
- Donghua Xu (2005), Ask.com, Piscataway, NJ.
Thesis: Scalability and Composability Techniques for Network Simulation
- Wenrui Zhao (2006), Research Scientist, Facebook, CA.
Thesis: Routing and Network Design in Delay Tolerant Networks
- Li Zou
(2003), Google, Mountain View, CA.
Thesis: State and file sharing in peer-to-peer systems
- Yong Zhu (2006), Google, Kirkland, WA.
Thesis: Routing, Resource Allocation and Network Design for Overlay Networks