Subbalakshmi is panelist at IEEE Communications Conference, Beijing, May 2008

December 12, 2007

HOBOKEN, N.J. ― Dr. Kodavayur P. Subbalakshmi, Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, will serve as a panelist at the May 2008 IEEE International Communications Conference to be held in Beijing, China.

Subbalakshmi will be featured on the panel, "Cognitive Radio Wireless Networking: An Emerging Frontier," on May 21st, along with Dr. Joseph Mitola III, MITRE, USA; Professor Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge, UK; and Professor Joseph Evans, University of Kansas.

"Cognitive radio wireless networking has become a true paradigm-shifting technology in the telecommunications field, which is something that does not happen very often," said Subbalakshmi. "This special panel aims to provide a unique platform to discuss not only the existing research themes and the status of cognitive radio and networks, but also to create a roadmap for the future."

The panel brings together the key-players from the academy, industry and standardization bodies around the world with varied backgrounds and expertise, while targeting multiple significant aspects of the cognitive wireless systems and technologies, including a broad range of communications, networking, implementation, and radio spectrum regulatory policy reform issues. The recent worldwide standardization efforts and achievements in IEEE 802.22 and IEEE 1900 Working Group will be highlighted as well.

Dr. Subbalakshmi's research interests lie in the areas of information and network security, cognitive radio networks and wireless and multimedia networking and coding. She is the Chair of the Special Interest Group in Multimedia Security, IEEE Technical Committee on Multimedia Communications (MMTC), IEEE COMSOC. She is also the secretary of the MMTC. She is a recipient of the Stevens Technogenesis® Award for Research and Technology Contributions in 2007, as well as a Stevens President's Research Recognition Award, 2003. She was visiting researcher at IRISA (Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires), INRIA, France, in October 2007. She has organized and served as the Program Co-Chair for several IEEE symposia in her areas of interests as well as an Associate/Guest Editor of several journals. Her research is funded through grants from NSF-CyberTrust, US Army as well as other government and corporate sponsors. Subbalakshmi is also a co-founder and Vice President of InStream Media LLC, an interactive media company.
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About Stevens Institute of Technology

Founded in 1870, Stevens Institute of Technology is one of the leading technological universities in the world dedicated to learning and research. Through its broad-based curricula, nurturing of creative inventiveness, and cross disciplinary research, the Institute is at the forefront of global challenges in engineering, science, and technology management. Partnerships and collaboration between, and among, business, industry, government and other universities contribute to the enriched environment of the Institute. A new model for technology commercialization in academe, known as Technogenesis®, involves external partners in launching business enterprises to create broad opportunities and shared value. Stevens offers baccalaureates, master's and doctoral degrees in engineering, science, computer science and management, in addition to a baccalaureate degree in the humanities and liberal arts, and in business and technology. The university has a total enrollment of 2,040 undergraduate and 3,085 graduate students, and a worldwide online enrollment of 2,250, with about 400 full-time faculty. Stevens' graduate programs have attracted international participation from China, India, Southeast Asia, Europe and Latin America. Additional information may be obtained from its web page at www.stevens.edu.

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