Short Bio - I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Sciences and Electrical Engineering, Marshall University, WV, USA since fall 2015. Previously, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Software Architecture Group (SWAG) at the Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo. I worked with Prof. Michael W. Godfrey, Prof. Rick Holt and Prof. Reid Holmes. I earned my Ph.D., working under the supervision of Dr. Ahmed E. Hassan at Software Analysis and Intelligence Lab (SAIL), Queen's University, Canada. My research interests lie at the intersection of systems and software engineering. In particular, I am interested in the performance testing of Ultra-large-scale systems (ULSS), wireless sensor networks and green computing.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Acadia University, Canada
September 2014 - To date
Doctor Of Philosophy (PhD)
Queen's University, Canada
University of Waterloo, Canada
September 2013 - 2015
Masters of Science (MSc)
Acadia University, Canada
For this year, please consider participating in :
ANT'20: I am the program vice-chair
FNC'20: I am the program chair
EUSPN'20: I am the workshop chair
ICTH'20: I am the workshop chair
I am interested to investigate and develop energy efficient routing protocols for wireless sensor networks (WSN). Wireless sensor network is a collection of tiny disposable devices with micro sensors (for sensing sound, temperature, pressure and humidity) embedded in them, a CPU to perform computation, small amount of memory to store program code and data, a radio transceiver for wireless communication and AA batteries as power supply more...
I am interested to develop techniques to help practitioners of ultra-large-scale systems (i.e., BlackBerry and Amazon) to pinpoint performance problems in an application early before they become critical field problems. Performance problems manifest themselves as system freezes, crashes and not meeting the desired service-level agreements (SLAs) and are related to symptoms such as high response time and low throughput under load more.....
WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK
Energy consumption has been put forward as the greatest challenge for the software industry in the coming decade. Worldwide, software systems are currently hosted on more than 35 million servers across thousands of data centers In the US, the total energy consumption of data centers in 2006 accounted for 1.5% of all electricity consumption, with a total cost of $4.5 billion. This energy consumption is estimated to increase by 12% each year, and to double by 2014.