Columbia University

NSF Grant to Study Cross Layer Control of Dynamic Optical Networks

NSF Grant to Study Cross Layer Control of Dynamic Optical Networks

Prof. Keren Bergman and Prof. Gil Zussman received a $500K grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their project titled “Cross Layer Control of Dynamic Optical Networks – from Theory to Experimentation”. The project is motivated by the fact that current optical networks…

Berk Birand awarded a Ph.D.

Berk Birand awarded a Ph.D.

Berk Birand received his Ph.D. after successfully defending his thesis titled “Cross-layer resource allocation algorithms in wireless and optical networks”. While studying towards the Ph.D., Berk received the IBM Ph.D. Fellowship, the Best Theory Session Talk award in the ACM S3 2010…

Mina Cong and Craig Gutterman received Departmental Awards

Mina Cong and Craig Gutterman received Departmental Awards

WiMNet students Mina Cong and Craig Gutterman received awards from the Department of Electrical Engineering: Mina received the Department Research Award – “Awarded by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering to one outstanding graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding passion and accomplishment in…

Craig Gutterman received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Craig Gutterman received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

WiMNet student Craig Gutterman received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. The fellowship recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines. Craig received the B.S. degree (Summa Cum Laude) from Rutgers University in 2012. He was…