Network Science and Engineering Group
This group (formerly Sunflower Networking Group) is comprised of three faculty members and several students of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department who perform research related to networks. The NetSE group aims at conducting fundamental research in cutting-edge network theory problems, and at developing solutions to real-world problems in the computer networks field and in the infectious diseases modeling field. General areas of interest include network theory, complex networks modeling and analysis, as well as computer network design and optimization.
Heman Shakeri received his PhD degree! He is now Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Computational Comparative Medicine at Kansas State University.
Riad has been recognized as a Notable Scholarly Graduate Student for his published work on Japanese Encephalitis in the USA.
- Qihui Yang received the Jung scholarship from the College of Engineering.
Network Science and Engineering (NetSE) group members. Standing in the back from left to right: Md Mahbubul Huq Riad, Dr. Don Gruenbacher, Aram Vajdi, Dr. Caterina Scoglio and Haotian Wu. Standing in the front from left to right: Qihui Yang, Xin Li, Sifat Afroj Moon and Tanvir Ferdousi.