I am a Professor in the Computer Science and
Engineering Department at Lehigh University,
where I head up the WiNS
Laboratory. My research interests include
building robust mobile data systems, assistive technologies, and
future internet systems. I teach courses in operating systems, networking
and network security, and also serve as the
instructor for both the Computer Science and Computer
Engineering senior design courses. My research is funded
by the National Science
Foundation, DARPA, the Pennsylvania Department of Community
and Economic Development.
- I am recently elevated to IEEE Fellow (Class of 2015).
- My 2014 CS senior project group Rocked! Jesse Kurtz& Kyle Moore won the Peer Choice Senior Project Award for CS. Congratulations gentlemen!
- I am a Co-PI in a
new NSF Smart Spaces REU Site at Lehigh University.
- We've released several Android applications targeting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can check out our website here!
- I am serving on the Program Committees
for INFOCOM 2015, ICNP
- I am an Associate Editor for IEEE transaction on
Parrallel and Distributed Systems (2013-now)
- Previously, I have served as an editor for IEEE
transaction on Mobile Computing, Computer Networks, Wireless
Communications and Mobile Computing.
I received my bachelor
degree in Electrical Engineering from University of
Malaya. Then, I spent 2.5 years at R& D Department
at Motorola Penang Sdn. Bhd before starting my PhD
study at UCSD under Prof Rene L. Cruz.
My PhD research focused on modeling and analysis of dynamic
routing schemes via a fluid-based non-traditional approach. After
my PhD, I joined Bell Labs in 1991 and stayed there
for 12 years where I was involved in designing
future wireless internet systems. I joined Lehigh in
Jan 2004. Based on my work at Bell Labs, I was awarded 62 US patents and 15
international patents. More information can be found
For fun, I like volunteering at a ministry
involving special need children, listening to piano
music and counseling students.