Student advisement
    Doctoral

  1. Jeremy Seideman (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Towards a Theory of Natural Selection and Evolution in Malware, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, In progress. Currently: American Express, On LinkedIn.

  2. Yuri Cantor (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Heterogeneity and Thermal Robustness in Discrete Dynamical Systems, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, In progress.

  3. Anna Wisniewska (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Applying Behavioral-Ecological Models to Secondary User Dynamics in Cognitive Radio Societies, CUNY Graduate Center, In progress.

  4. Deniz Sarioz (Ph.D. Committee Member), Obstacle representations of graphs, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2013. Currently: Google, On LinkedIn.

  5. Mohamed Saad (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Security and Privacy in Healthcare, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2010. On LinkedIn.

  6. Zeki Bilgin (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Improving Performance of Active MANET Connections through Dynamic Route Optimization and Maintenance, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2010. Currently: Turkish National Gendarmie.

  7. Omer Demir (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), A Scalable Agent-based System for Network Flow Reconstruction with Applications to Determining the Structure and Dynamics of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2010. Currently: Turkish National Gendarmie.

  8. Eman Abdu (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Clustering Categorical Data using Summaries and Spectral Techniques, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2009. Currently: Adjunct faculty, John Jay College, On LinkedIn.

  9. Enzo Sainato (Ph.D. Committee Member), Situational Surveillance Control, Department of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2009. Currently: Professor, City University of Seattle.

  10. Ghassen Ben Brahim (Ph.D. Committee Member), Cooperative Networking and Mobility in MANETs, Department of Computer Science, University of Western Michigan, 2007. Currently: Professor, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University.

    Masters

  1. Richard Alcalde (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), Efficient data mining of forensic metadata from multi-disk environments, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, In progress. Currently: Con Ed, On LinkedIn.

  2. Cindy Zimmerman (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), An Evaluation of Private-Sector Digital Forensics Processes and Practices, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2013. Currently: Axispoint.

  3. Jessica Jaquez (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), Towards Scalable E-Discovery using Content-based Hierarchical File Clustering , Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2013. Currently: Deloitte, On LinkedIn.

  4. David Chan (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), JJ-BCI: A Prototype Platform for Brain Fingerprinting and Cognitive Forensics, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2011. Currently: Analyst, High Tech Crimes Unit at District Attorney of NY, On LinkedIn.

  5. Carol Dottin (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), Cooperative Networking and Control for Emergency Response Teams, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2009. Currently: Senior Programmer/Analyst, Heritage Insurance.

  6. Juseop Lim (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), A Feasibility Study on Wireless Device Location using a Single Directional Wireless Antenna, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2008. Currently: UBIC, Deloitte.

  7. Jamie Levy (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), METAL Memory Encryption, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2007. Currently: Terremark/Verizon.

  8. Ghassen Ben Brahim (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), TRON: Toolkit for Routing in Optical Networks, Department of Computer Science, University of Missouri, Coumbia, 2007. Currently: Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University.

    Undergraduate Project Mentor

  1. Michael Tsamis. Auralizing network security data, John Jay College, 2011. Currently: eMarketer.

  2. Djonique Crisp. A meta network survey website generator, John Jay College, 2010.

  3. Carrie Schaper. LANscaper: An extensible SCAPY-based Network Monitoring Platform, John Jay College, 2009. Currently: Pentester, Unnamed Agency.

  4. Chunhui Meng. The design and implementation of CASPER, A system for computer analysis of student performance and educational retension, John Jay College, 2008. Currently: John Jay College Library, On LinkedIn.

  5. Petrit Duraku. Multi-resolution spatiotemporal databases in Java, John Jay College, 2006. Currently: OSIsoft, On LinkedIn.

  6. Aljona Necaj. Distributed database implementation using MySQL and PHP, John Jay College, 2005. Currently: DEPM.

  7. Claudine Grant. Object recognition algorithms in Java, John Jay College, 2005. Currently: Database Administrator, Life's WORC.

  8. James Johnson. A distributed event service with virtual synchrony, CMU, 2001.

  9. Birendro Roy. A simulator for investigating load and communication minimization in multi-agent systems, MIT, 2000.

  10. Nicolai Zeldovich. An ST protocol network driver for Linux, MIT, 1999. Currently: Assistant Professor, MIT.

  11. Ron Shacham. A multithreaded Java implementation of the CASiNO framework, Berkeley, 1999. Currently: Principal Scientist, AT&T Labs, On LinkedIn.

  12. Jennifer Trotta. A Visual Debugger Library for the CASiNO framework, Catholic University of America, 1999.

  13. Rudy Kellner. The SimKernel Debugger for the CASiNO framework, Rensaellaer, 1999.

  14. Max Berman. Interim Layer Network Management for ATM, Rensaellaer, 1998.

  15. Chris Westmoreland. ATM Network Management using SNMP, Rensaellaer, 1998.

  16. Rodney Walker. A hierarchical network designer and graphical layout tool for the PRouST ATM network simulator, University of Maryland Baltimore County, 1997. Currently: Senior Software Developer, SITA, On LinkedIn.

  17. Daniel Russakoff. Automatic graph layout for CASiNO framework applications, Harvard University, 1997. Currently: Voxeltron, On LinkedIn.

  18. Tolentino Correia. A library for transparent migration from TCP/IP to ATM, City College CUNY, 1997.

  19. Lionel Pagador. A live video capture transport system for native ATM, Johns Hopkins, 1997.

  20. Sean Mountcastle. CASiNO: A Rapid Prototyping Framework for Applications and Protocols for High-Speed Networks, Catholic University of America, 1997. Currently: Director, Infrastructure Engineering at VERISIGN, On LinkedIn.