joomla visitors

 


Dharma P. Agrawal has been the OBR Distinguished Professor at the University of Cincinnati, since August 1998. He is coauthor of textbooks Introduction to Wireless and Mobile System (4th edition) , and Ad hoc and Sensor Networks (2nd edition) and co-edited Encyclopedia on Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing. He is the Fellow of IEEE, ACM, AAAS, NAI, IACSIT, and WIF. He is a Golden Core member of the IEEE-CS and recipient of the IEEE Third Millennium Medal. He has published over 670 articles, 40 keynote speeches, 57 intensive courses, 8 patents and 25 invention disclosures, supervised 72 Ph.D. dissertations and led UCBT Bluetooth package. He has been on the editorial boards of IEEE Transactions on Computers, IEEE Computer, Journal of High Speed Computing, JPDC, and is serving IJCN, JECE, IJSIA, IJDSN, IJAHUC, IJAHSWN, JDSN, and IJWMC and founding EIC of the Central European Journal of Computer Science. His research interests include applications of sensor networks in monitoring Parkinsonís disease patients and neurosis, applications of sensor networks in monitoring fitness of athletesí personnel wellness, applications of sensor networks in monitoring firefighters physical condition in action, efficient secured communication in Sensor networks, secured group communication in Vehicular Networks, use of Femto cells in LTE technology and interference issues, heterogeneous wireless networks, and resource allocation and security in mesh networks for 4G technology. G-Index: 63, H-Index: 51.


IEEE Computer Society Harry H. Goode Memorial Award Citation

 

What's New

Prof. Agrawal selected as a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, 2012.

Prof. Dharma Agrawal is awarded IEEE Computer Society Harry H. Goode Memorial Award, 2008.

4th Edition of Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems published, 2016.

Recognized for: "Outstanding contributions and leadership in wireless and mobile systems, including ad-hoc, sensor, and mesh networks." Dharma P. Agrawal, Professor of computer science at the University of Cincinnati, recently received the IEEE Computer Society Harry H. Goode Memorial Award.

Agrawal has served as a consultant to the General Dynamics Land Systems Division, Battelle, and the US Army. He has held visiting appointments at AIRMICS and the AT&T Advanced Communications Laboratory. His research interests include resource allocation and security in mesh networks, efficient query processing and security in sensor networks, and heterogeneous wireless networks.

Agrawal's citation reads, "For outstanding contributions and leadership in wireless and mobile systems, including ad-hoc, sensor, and mesh networks."

The Goode Award recognizes achievements in the information processing field that are considered either a single contribution of theory, design, or technique of outstanding significance, or the accumulation of important contributions on theory or practice over an extended period, the total of which represent an outstanding contribution. Winners receive a bronze medal and a $2,000 honorarium.

For more details and photos from the event click here

[The above text is taken from the IEEE Computer magazine, October 2009 issue]


Read the brief resume of Prof. Dharma Agrawal here (PDF)

# of times visited:
Site Meter