My research areas include parallel discrete-event simulation, and
high-performance simulation, emulation, and modeling of computer
networks and computer systems. For current research projects, please
check out our research group
website. For publications, please check out the google
Check out software: MiniSSF, minimalistic scalable
In this semester, I am teaching two courses:
In the past, I have taught the following courses:
- FIU COP-3530: data structures (2009, 2010, 2012)
- FIU CNT-4513: data communications (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
- FIU CNT-4713: net-centric computing (2013)
- FIU CIS-5931: special topics: modeling and simulation of data communication systems (2008)
- FIU COP-4520: introduction to parallel computing (2009, 2011, 2012)
- FIU COP-4338: programming 3 (2011, 2012)
- FIU TCN-6420: modeling and performance evaluation of
telecommunication networks (2012)
- CSM MACS-440: undergrad-level parallel computing (2004).
- CSM MACS-461: senior seminar (2005).
- CSM MACS-542: simulation (2005, 2006, 2007).
- CSM MACS-563: grad-level parallel computing (2004, 2005, 2006).
- CSM MACS-598: advanced computer simulation (2005).
- CSM MACS-572: computer networks II (2007).
- Ting Li, Ph.D. candidate.
- Rong Rong, Ph.D. candidate.
- Hao Jiang, Ph.D. student.
- Mohammad Obaida, Ph.D. student.
- Yue Li, postdoctoral student.
- Dale McMullin, Ph.D., 2007.
- Nathanael Van Vorst, Ph.D., 2012.
- Miguel Erazo, Ph.D., 2013.
For more information, check out my curriculum vitae.