SRIKANTH V. KRISHNAMURTHY
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Telephone No: 951-827-2348
Address: 324 Engineering Building
Unit II, Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
University of California, Riverside,
Riverside, CA 92521
Srikanth V. Krishnamurthy received his B.E. (Hons.)
in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and his M.Sc. (Hons.) Physics from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science
in Pilani, India
in 1992, his M.ASc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal,
Canada in 1994, and his Ph.D. in Electrical and computer Engineering from UC San Diego in 1997.
His Ph.D advisor was Professor
Krishnamurthy’s research is in the areas of wireless systems and
networks, Internet technology, broadband networks, multimedia systems,
satellite systems and networks, lightwave networks, queuing theory and
stochastic processes, algorithm design and analysis, network security and
Krishnamurthy’s research activities and students can be found here.
Krishnamurthy was a Research Staff Member/Scientist, HRL Laboratories, LLC, in Malibu from 1998 to 2000.
He is a fellow of the IEEE. He has been on the Technical
Program Committees of numerous conferences including MOBIHOC, MOBICOM and
INFOCOM. He was the Technical Co-Chair for WOSBIS-99 (Workshop on Satellite
Based Information Services). He is the Registration Co-Chair for ACM Mobicom 2003. He was
the Technical Area Co-Chair for the Track on QoS on Open Systems in RTAS
2004 and the Poster Session Co-Chair for Mobihoc 2004.
He was the TPC Vice-Chair for ACM MOBICOM 2007 and the
TPC Co-Chair for IEEE SECON 2008.,
IEEE ICNP 2009. and for IEEE WoWMoM 2010.
He has also previously served as the Associate Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.
He is also the
co-editor of the book : Ad
Hoc Networks: Technologies and Protocols Springer Verlag, New York (edited with
Prasant Mohapatra of UC Davis).
Dr. Krishnamurthy was awarded the 2000 Technology Achievement Award from
HRL Laboratories. He has been leading or been the co-principal investigator on
various Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency-funded projects including
ones on Next Generation Internet and Small Unit Operations. Dr.
Krishnamurthy is also the recipient of
the NSF CAREER Award from ANI for the year 2003. He is a fellow of the IEEE.
Winter 2018 : CS 169 –
Mobile Wireless Networks
link to our NSF NeTS project on Battery Management for Smartphones (Award NO: NeTS-1320148)
is an Interesting Link to Networking Course Material and Videos at RPI
v My brother,
Dr.Prashant Krishnamurthy’s Web Page at University of Pittsburgh
v Google.. of Course!
My daughters Preetha and Anika