Brief Bio: Michalis Faloutsos

Michalis Faloutsos is a faculty member at the Computer Science Dept. at the University of California, Riverside. He got his bachelor's degree at the National Technical University of Athens and his M.Sc and Ph.D. at the University of Toronto. His interests include, Internet protocols and measurements, peer-to-peer networks, network security, BGP routing, and ad-hoc networks. With his two brothers, he co-authored the paper on power-laws of the Internet topology, which received the ACM SIGCOMM Test of Time award. His work has been supported by many NSF and military grants, for a cumulative total of more than $6 million. Several recent works have been widely cited in popular printed and electronic press such as slashdot, ACM Electronic News, USA Today, and Wired. Most recently he has focused on the classification of traffic and web-security, and co-founded a cyber-security company in 2008, offering services as, which received two SBIR grants from the National Science Foundation, and institutional funding in Dec 2011.