Starting 2002, I have been conducted research in different areas of computer networking. Prior to joining the Department of Computer Science at the University of Calgary, my research was primarily focused on the application of network coding in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) multimedia streaming. During my appointment with the University of Calgary, I continued my research in the P2P domain, and also expanded my research interests into cloud computing, online social network, and network security. I lead my research team to study various performance issues in the aforementioned networking systems. We propose algorithms, protocols and innovative uses of theoretical concepts to improve the performance. Recently, my team has also begun research and development in software defined networking (SDN). The goal is to improve the Quality-of-Service (QoS) and performance of Internet services. Below is a summary of my scholarly research achievements. Below is a summary of my scholarly research achievements.
|Best paper awards||1|
|Refereed publications in journals||6|
|Refereed publications in conference proceedings||33|
|H-Index (Google Scholar Citations)||12 (as of July 2015)|
|Citations in academic career (March 2004 – present)||953 (as of July 2015)|