Research Areas: Wireless networks; distributed algorithms; network simulation
Doug Blough is Professor and Associate Chair for Faculty Development
in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering with an Adjunct
appointment in the School of Computer Science. He received the B.S.
in Electrical Engineering and the M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science,
all from the Johns Hopkins University. Before joining the Georgia
Tech faculty in 1999, he was Associate Professor of ECE and CS at the
University of California Irvine.
Dr. Blough's research interests are in networks and distributed systems.
Currently, he focuses on wireless networks' architecture and protocols,
and distributed algorithms over wireless networks. He has over 150
refereed archival publications in these areas and has served on the
program committees of numerous related conferences such as Infocom,
Mobihoc, Mobicom, ICDCS, and DSN. He is currently Associate Editor
for both IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and IEEE
Transactions on Cloud Computing.