Milind M. Buddhikot
Milind M. Buddhikot is a Member of Technical Staff in the Center for Networking Research at Lucent Bell Labs, Holmdel, NJ. Milind holds a Doctor of Science (D. Sc.) in computer science (July 1998) from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in communication engineering (December 1988) from the Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T), Bombay. His current research interests are in the areas of systems, protocols, algorithms , security and end-to-end applications in Dynamic spectrum access (DSA) networks, Integrated public wireless networks for seamless end-user experience across multiple heterogeneous networks, mesh and public safety networks, and Embedded sensorial systems. His past work has been in the areas of MPLS path routing, multimedia messaging and caching, high speed edge routers, fast packet classification, and design of multimedia-on-demand (MOD) servers and services. He has authored over 22 research papers and 9 patent submissions in the design of multimedia systems and protocols, layer-4 packet classification, MPLS path routing, and authentication and dynamic key exchange. Milind currently serves on the editorial boards of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN) and Elsevier's Computer Networks Journal. Milind was one of the co-founders of the IEEE DySPAN 2005 which is a first-of-its kind interdisciplinary IEEE conference on Dynamic Spectrum Access networks. Milind has also served as a co-guest-editor of IEEE Network magazine's March 2001 Special issue on Fast IP Packet forwarding and Classification for Next Generation Internet Services. Milind served as a co-guest-editor of IEEE Network magazine's March 2001 Special issue on Fast IP Packet forwarding and Classification for Next Generation Internet Services. He has served in the capacity of a co-chair for ACM WMASH2005, tutorial chair for IEEE LCN 94, 95, as a publicity chair for NOSSDAV97, and as a program committee member for MMCN 2001, 2003, IEEE ICNP2002, 2003 and IEEE LCN 93-2000 conferences.