Connecting the Next Billion

Ashok Jhunjhunwala

Ashok Jhunjhunwala is Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India and was department Chair till recently. He received his B.Tech degree from IIT, Kanpur, and his MS and Ph.D degrees from the University of Maine. From 1979 to 1981, he was with Washington State University as Assistant Professor. Since 1981, he has been teaching at IIT, Madras. He leads the Telecommunications and Computer Networks group (TeNeT) at IIT Madras.

He has been awarded Padma Shri in 2002, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award in 1998, Dr.Vikram Sarabhai Research Award in 1997, Millennium Medal at Indian Science Congress in 2000 and H. K. Firodia for "Excellence in Science & Technology" in 2002, Shri Om Prakash Bhasin Foundation Award for Science & Technology in 2004, Awarded Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Lecture Award by INSA in 2006, and IBM Innovation and Leadership Forum Award by IBM in 2006. He is a Fellow of INAE, IAS, INSA and NAS. He is also a Board member of several companies in India, including TTML, BEL, Polaris, 3i Infotech, Sasken, Tejas, NRDC, and IDRBT. He is member of Prime Minister's Setup Scientific Advisory Committee.

Aaditeshwar Seth

Aaditeshwar Seth is an assistant professor at IIT Delhi and heads the ACT4D (Appropriate Computing Technologies for Development) research group. His areas of interest are Low-cost computer networks and ICT systems for rural areas, Content based networks, Participatory information sharing on social networks.

He worked briefly with IBM Research, before doing his PhD under Prof. S. Keshav and Prof. R. Cohen from the University of Waterloo, and BTech from IIT Kanpur. In 2009 he co-founded Gram Vaani, a social entrepreneurial venture to enable development through community media in rural areas of India.

Anmol Sheth

Anmol Sheth joined Intel Labs Seattle in June 2007. His research interests span the broad area of network systems. His current research focuses on building novel wireless systems using multi-antenna radios, like 802.11n and phased-array antennas. In the past, Anmol has worked on diagnosing performance degradation faults in distributed wireless systems and building high performance long distance Wi-Fi networks. Anmol received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2007.

Anoop Saha

Anoop Saha is a technical lead CGNet, an NGO based in Noida that is targeted towards creating a community radio accessible from mobile phones. Anoop did his B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Kanpur and is currently employed with Mentor Graphics Pvt Ltd.

Anand Iyer

Anand Iyer is an assistant researcher in the Mobility, Networks & Systems group at Microsoft Research India. He completed my Masters degree in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin, advised by Dr. Lili Qiu. He did his undergraduation at College of Engineering, Trivandrum. Earlier, he was with the Wireless Networking Group at Cisco, San Jose where he worked on algorithms for channel assignment, power control and coverage hole mitigation in enterprise wireless LANs.


Aaron Schulman


Aaron Schulman is a PhD student in the Computer Science at University of Maryland. He is advised by Neil Spring.

Bozidar Radunovic

Bozidar Radunovic is a Researcher in the Systems and Networking group at Microsoft Research, Cambridge. His research interests are in architecture and performance evaluation of computer systems with particular interest in wireless communication, cross-layer design and application of advanced communication techniques in network system design.

Bozidar received his PhD in technical sciences from EPFL, Switzerland, in 2005, and his BSc at the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia, in 1999. He was a PhD student at LCA, EPFL from 2000-2005. Then he did a one year post-doc at TREC, at ENS Paris, in 2006. He also did a 6 month internship in IBM Zurich Research Labs in winter 2004/05. In 2008 he has been awarded IEEE William R. Bennett Prize Paper Award in the Field of Communications Systems.

Bruce Maggs

Bruce Maggs is a Professor in the Computer Science department at Duke University. After receiving his SB, SM, and PhD degrees from MIT and working as a research scientist at the NEC Research Institute in Princeton, Maggs joined Carnegie Mellon. In 1998, while on sabbatical at MIT, he helped launch a start-up company called Akamai Technologies. Today, Akamai is an international content delivery network that handles hundreds of billions of Web interactions every day for web sites like Apple iTunes and Microsoft Windows Update. Working at Akamai as VP of Research and Development sparked Maggs’ interest in massive data sets, a major focus of his research today.

Chandra Murthy

Chandra R. Murthy is an Assistant Professor in the department of Electrical Communication Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.

He received the B. Tech degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 1998 and the M.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University in 2000. In 2006, he obtained the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. His research interests are primarily in the areas of digital signal processing, information theory, estimation theory, and their applications in the optimization of MIMO, OFDM and CDMA wireless communication systems.


Deepak Maheshwari

Deepak Maheshwari is Director of Corporate Affairs with Microsoft India and responsible for interactions with the policymakers & regulators as well as with industry associations & the civil society. An active participant and a keen observer of the interplay between technological innovation and socio-economic development, he has been closely associated with development of Information & Communication Technology policy & regulation in India for more than a decade. He graduated in engineering from IT-BHU in 1989 and has held responsibilities across sales, marketing, operations and corporate affairs over the past 20 years.

Geoffrey M. Voelker

Geoffrey M. Voelker is a Professor at the University of California at San Diego. His research interests include operating systems, distributed systems, and computer networks. He received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley in 1992, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Washington in 1995 and 2000, respectively.

Dr. Govind 

Dr. Govind is a Senior Director & HoD in the E-Infrastructure & Internet Governance Division at the Department of Information Technology, Govt. of India. He did his Ph. D from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi in 1979. He has twenty four research publications and articles in international and national journals. He is a member of IEEE and widely traveled abroad to attend various international meetings and conferences. 

Hari Balakrishnan

Hari Balakrishnan is a Professor in the EECS Department and CSAIL at MIT. His research is in the area of networked computer systems, wireless and sensor networks, network architecture and security, overlay and peer-to-peer networks, and data management. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 1998 and a B.Tech. from IIT Madras in 1993. He is an ACM Fellow (2008), a Sloan Fellow (2002), and an NSF CAREER Award recipient (2000). He received the ACM doctoral dissertation award for his work on TCP over wireless networks (1998), and has co-authored several award-winning papers at various top conferences and journals, including a paper that received the IEEE Communication Society's William R. Bennett Prize (2004). He has also received awards for excellence in teaching and research at MIT (Spira and Junior Bose teaching awards, and the Harold Edgerton faculty achievement award).

In 2003, he co-founded StreamBase Systems, the first high-performance commercial event stream processing (aka complex event processing) engine. Between 2000 and 2003, he helped devise the key algorithms for Sandburst Corporation's (acquired by Broadcom) high-speed network QoS chipset.

H.S. Jamadagni

Prof. H S Jamadagni is a PhD from the IISc - Bangalore. He is currently the Chairman of the Centre for Electronics Design and Technology. He has published many papers and research publications. He is the force and the key driver for the Intel Multi-Core University Program in India. He is one of the key mentors for the Intel Higher Education program in India and was the program coordinator for various Intel Workshops and research programs.

Jon Crowcroft

Jon Crowcroft is the Marconi Professor of Networked Systems in the Computer Laboratory, of the University of Cambridge. Prior to that he was professor of networked systems at UCL in the Computer Science Department. He has supervised over 45 PhD students and over 150 Masters students.

He is a Fellow of the ACM, a Fellow of the British Computer Society and a Fellow of the IEE and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, as well as a Fellow of the IEEE. He was a member of the IAB 96-02, and went to the first 50 IETF meetings; was general chair for the ACM SIGCOMM 95-99; is recipient of Sigcomm Award in 2009.

K. K. Ramakrishnan

K. K. Ramakrishnan joined AT&T Bell Labs in 1994 and has been with AT&T Labs-Research since its inception in 1996. Prior to 1994, he was a Technical Director and Consulting Engineer in Networking at Digital Equipment Corporation. Between 2000 and 2002, he was at TeraOptic Networks, Inc., as Founder and Vice President.

He received his MS from the Indian Institute of Science (1978), an MS (1981) and Ph.D. (1983) in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA.

Kameswari Chebrolu

Kameswari Chebrolu is an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Engineering department at IIT Bombay. Prior to this, she was an assistant professor at IIT-Kanpur. She received her PhD from UC San Diego. Her research interests are in the areas of wireless, wired and sensor networks.

Kun Tan

Kun Tan is a researcher in Wireless and Networking Group. He received the B.E., M.E. and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 1997, 1999, and 2002 respectively. His research interests include transport protocols, congestion control, delay-tolerant networking, and wireless networks and systems. He is a member of both ACM and IEEE. He has filed over 30 pending patents and 5 granted patents after he joined Microsoft. He designed the Compound TCP protocol, which is in latest Windows Operating Systems. He led the development of Sora, a high-speed software radio platform based on general purpose multi-core processor.

Kevin Fall

Kevin Fall is a Principal Engineer at the Intel Research laboratory in Berkeley, California, USA. He holds a B.A. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. His research interests include computer networks, operations in remote and difficult environments, security, and network science. Current work focuses on Delay Tolerant Networking and adapting modern PC servers for use as routers (part of the Route Bricks) project at Intel. He was also one of the founding researchers of the TIER project with UC Berkeley.

Krishna Chintalapudi

Krishna Chintalapudi is a researcher in the Mobility, Networks, and Systems group at Microsoft Research India. His current research interests lie in sensor networks.


Kyle Jamieson

Kyle Jamieson is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at University College London. He received the Ph.D. in June 2008 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His research interests are in building real-world wireless systems that cut across the boundary of digital communications and networking. 

Lakshminarayanan Subramanian

Lakshminarayanan Subramanian is an Assistant Professor in the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU. His research interests are in the areas of networks, distributed systems and computing for development. He leads the Networks and Wide-Area Systems (NeWS) research group (jointly with Jinyang Li) and the CATER research initiative at NYU. CATER is a multidisciplinary research initiative across different departments within NYU that focuses on the development of Cost-Effective Appropriate Technologies for Emerging Regions (CATER) to address important problems in development. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2009), IBM Faculty Award (2009) and Microsoft Research Challenge Award on “Cellphones for Healthcare” (2008).


Michael Buettner

Michael Buettner is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington, advised by David Wetherall. His research is focused on wireless systems.

Neil Spring

Neil Spring is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science department at University of Maryland. He received his Ph.D. from University of Washington in 2004.

Pablo Rodriguez

Pablo Rodriguez is the Scientific Director of the Internet systems and networking group at the Telefonica Research Lab in Barcelona. He is also an adjunct faculty professor at the department of computer science at Columbia University, New York. Prior to Telefonica, He worked at Microsoft Research, Cambridge. He has also worked as a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs (NJ, USA) and as a software architect for various startups in the Silicon Valley including Inktomi (acquired by Yahoo!) and Tahoe Networks (now part of Nokia).

He received his Ph.D. from the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, EPFL (Switzerland) while working at Institut Eurécom, (Sophia Antipolis, France) with Prof. Ernst W. Biersack. He obtained postgraduate studies at EPFL and King’s College, London respectively, and a B.S./M.S. in Telecommunication Engineering from the Public University of Navarra.

N. Ravi Shankar

N Ravi Shankar is the Joint Secretary in the Department of Information Technology, Government of India. N. Ravi Shankar holds the responsibility of Policy Planning on E-Infrastructure, E-Learning and Internet Governance. He is a member of the Indian Administrative Service with 27 years of experience in public Administration & Public Policy.

Rajeev Shorey

Rajeev Shorey is a Professor and President of NIIT University. He received Ph.D and MS (Engg) in Electrical Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India in 1997 and 1991 respectively. Prior to joining NIIT University, he was the Lab Group Manager of the Vehicle Communications and Information Management Group at General Motors Laboratory (ISL), Bangalore. He was a Research Staff Member at the IBM Research New Delhi from 1998 to 2005. Dr. Shorey was an adjunct faculty in the Computer Science Dept at IIT, Delhi from 1998 to 2005. He was a faculty in the Computer Science Dept at the National University of Singapore from 2003 to 2004.

Dr. Shorey’s work has resulted in more than 50 publications in international journals and conferences and several US patents, all in the area of wireless and wired networks. He was elected Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering in 2007. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, India. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and a Member of ACM.

Rekha Jain

Rekha Jain is the Executive Chair of the Telecom Centre of Excellence and Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India. Currently she is an editorial board member of Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM). She is a member of several national committees in the telecom sector.

She has consulted with several leading national and international organizations in Telecom Policy and ICT Strategy. She also works in the area of gender issues, especially as they relate to women in Science and Technology. Her teaching, research and consulting interests are in telecom policy and regulation in the areas of rural telecom, ICT strategy and management, and spectrum management. She has several publications in national and international journals.

She has a Ph.D. from the IIT Delhi. She was a recipient of senior Fulbright Fellowship on Telecom Regulation in 1997-98.

Rama Ramasubramaniam

Rama Ramasubramaniam is a researcher at Microsoft Research Silicon Valley. He did his doctoral studies at Cornell University and under-graduate studies at Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He works on topics in systems and networking. His current research is focussed on Community Information Management.

Rohan Murty

Rohan Murty is a PhD student in the computer science department at Harvard University where he works with Professor Matt Welsh. He won the prestigious Microsoft Research Graduate Fellowship. His current research interests include work on architectures for white spaces networking and managing enterprise infrastructure wireless networks.

Ramachandran Ramjee

Ramachandran Ramjee is a senior researcher in the Mobility, Networks, and Systems Group at Microsoft Research, India. He received his B.Tech in Computer Science from IIT Madras in 1992, and his M.S./Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1994 and 1997, respectively. Previously, he spent ten years at Bell Labs, NJ as a technical manager and a distinguished member of technical staff. His research interests include network protocols and architecture, wireless networking and mobile computing. He has taught two graduate-level courses in wireless networks as an adjunct faculty at Columbia University. He has served as the Technical Program Co-Chair of IEEE ICNP'04 and ACM MobiCom'06. He has published over 50 papers, holds 16 patents and is a Fellow of the IEEE.

Ranjita Bhagwan

Ranjita Bhagwan is a researcher in the Mobility, Networks, and Systems Group at Microsoft Research, India. Previously, she was a research staff member at IBM T. J. Watson Research in Hawthorne, NY, USA. Prior to that, she completed her PhD in 2004 from the University of California at San Diego. Her interests are mainly in solving problems related to Networking and Distributed Systems.


Sanjoy Paul

Sanjoy Paul is Associate Vice President, General Manager-Research and Head of Convergence Lab at Infosys Technologies Limited where he heads research and innovation in the field of Communications, Media and Entertainment. Prior to that, he was a Research Professor at WINLAB, Rutgers University, and Founder of RelevantAd Technologies Inc. Before that Sanjoy spent five years as the Director of Wireless Networking Research at Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, and as the CTO of two start-up companies based in New York. In a previous tenure at Bell Labs as a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Sanjoy was the chief architect of Lucent's IPWorX Caching and Content Distribution product line.

Sanjoy has over twenty years of technology expertise, specifically in the areas of End-to-End Protocol Design and Analysis, Mobile Wireless Networking, Quality of Service, Multicasting, Content Distribution, Media Streaming, Intelligent Caching, and Secure Commerce. He has authored a book on Multicasting, published over 100 papers in International Journals and refereed Conference Proceedings, authored over 90+ US patents (28 granted, 60+ pending), and is the co-recipient of 1997 William R. Bennett award from IEEE Communications Society for the best original paper in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.

He holds a Bachelor of Technology degree from IIT Kharagpur, India, an M.S and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Maryland, College Park, and an MBA from the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania. Sanjoy is a Fellow of IEEE and a Member of the ACM.


S. Keshav

S. Keshav is a Professor and Canada Research Chair in Tetherless Computing at the School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Canada and the Editor of ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review. He is the author of a widely used graduate textbook on computer networking. He has been awarded the Director’s Gold Medal at IIT Delhi, the Sakrison Prize at UC Berkeley, the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, a Best Student Paper award at ACM SIGCOMM, a Best Paper award at ACM MOBICOM, and two Test-of-Time awards from ACM SIGCOMM. His current interests are in the use of tetherless computing for gaining efficiency in energy generation, transmission, and consumption. Keshav received a B.Tech from the Indian Institute of Delhi in 1986 and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1991, both in Computer Science.

Suman Banerjee

Suman Banerjee received his PhD in Computer Science from University of Maryland in 2003 and joined the faculty of University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received an NSF Career Award in 2008.

Sampath Rangarajan

Sampath Rangarajan received the PhD degree in computer sciences from the University of Texas at Austin. He heads the Mobile Communications and Networking Research Department at NEC Laboratories America in Princeton, New Jersey. Previously, he was with the Networking Research Center at Bell Laboratories in Holmdel, New Jersey. Prior to that, he was co-founder and vice president of technology at Ranch Networks, a venture funded startup in the IP networking space. Earlier, he was a researcher in the Systems and Software Research Center at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. Before joining Bell Laboratories, he was an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. His research interests span the areas of mobile communications, mobile networks and distributed systems. He has been on the editorial boards of IEEE Transactions on Computers and ACM Mobile Computing and Communications Review and currently is a member of the editorial board of the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems.

Shivkumar Kalyanaraman

Shivkumar Kalyanaraman is a Senior Manager of the Next Gen Systems & Smarter Planet Solutions Department at IBM India Research Labs Bangalore. He was previously a Manager of the Next Generation Telecom Research group and a Research Staff Member since 2008. Prior to that he was Professor at the Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. He received a B.Tech degree in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India in July 1993 followed by M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at the Ohio State University in 1994 and 1997 respectively. He also holds an Executive M.B.A. (EMBA) degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2005). His current research in IBM is at the intersection of emerging wireless technologies and IBM middleware and systems technologies with applications to large-scale smarter planet problems (grids, traffic, finance etc). He was selected by MIT’s Technology Review Magazine in 1999 as one of the top 100 young innovators for the new millennium. He served as the TPC Co-chair of IEEE INFOCOM 2008, and will serve as the General co-chair of ACM SIGCOMM 2010 in New Delhi. He is on the editorial board of IEEE/ACM Transactions of Networking. He is a Fellow of IEEE and Senior Member of ACM.

Saikat Guha

Saikat Guha is a researcher at Microsoft Research India. He completed my Ph.D. in 2009 at Cornell University under Paul Francis, and worked briefly as a post-doctoral researcher at MPI-SWS.

His current research interests lie in systems approaches to online privacy. He is particularly interested in safeguarding user privacy in a way that does not disrupt the emerging business models behind cloud computing and online social networks. He previously worked on evolving the Internet architecture without a clean-slate overhaul; this involved exploring the design space of lightweight signaling protocols to solve the problem of TCP NAT Traversal, design and deploy End-Middle-End Internet architecture, and mitigate unwanted traffic.

Venkat Padmanabhan

Venkat Padmanabhan is a Principal Researcher and Research Manager at Microsoft Research India in Bangalore, where he founded and now leads the Mobility, Networks, and Systems group. Venkat was previously with Microsoft Research Redmond for 8.5 years. His research interests are in networked systems and his current projects focus on mobile and sensor systems, and network management. He has served as program (co-)chair for ACM NOSSDAV 2004, ACM IMC 2005, and IEEE HotWeb 2008, and as an affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington, where he has taught and served on student thesis committees. He is General Co-Chair of the ACM SIGCOMM 2010 conference in New Delhi. Venkat holds a B.Tech. from IIT Delhi and an M.S. and a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, all in Computer Science.

Vishnu Navda


Vishnu Navda is a researcher in the Mobility, Networks, and Systems group at Microsoft Research India. Prior to this, he received his PhD from Stony Brook University in 2007. His research interests are in the area of wireless networking and mobile systems. He received a best paper award at ACM Mobisys in 2007 for his work on use of steerable directional antennas for vehicular communication. At Microsoft Research, he is currently working on designing efficient communication for mobile devices.

Victor Bahl

Victor Bahl joined Microsoft Research in 1997. Since then, he has made seminal contributions in the area of wireless & mobile systems design, including building and deploying the world’s first indoor location determination system, the world’s first Wi-Fi hot-spot network, the world’s first multi-radio single network system, the world’s first wake-on-wireless system, the world’s first white space urban-area network and in community mesh networking,. His research has been incorporated into multiple Microsoft and non-Microsoft products and in industry standards. He has authored over 100 papers with more than 9,500 citations; 75 of his 120 patent applications have issued. He has won best-paper awards at premier conferences and delivered more than two dozen keynote talks. He founded ACM SIGMOBILE, the ACM Mobile Computing and Communications Review, and ACM MobiSys. He has co-founded and served on the steering committees of ACM MobiCom, IEEE DySPAN, IEEE COMSWARE /COMSNET, IEEE ISWCS, ACM SenSys, ACM MobiHeld and ACM MCS. In 2001, he was awarded ACM SIGMOBILE’s Distinguished Service Award, In 2004, Microsoft nominated him for Innovator of the Year award. He is a Fellow of the ACM and the IEEE.

Vikram Srinivasan

Vikram Srinivasan is a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs Research, India. He joined Bell Labs, India in December 2007 after spending four years as an Assistant Professor in the ECE Department at the National University of Singapore. He received a Ph.D. in ECE from U.C. San Diego in 2003, an M.E. in ECE from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 1998 and a B.Sc in Physics from the Madras Christian College in 1994. His research interests are broadly in the area of Wireless Networking.

William Thies

William Thies is a researcher in the Technologies for Emerging Markets Group at Microsoft Research India.



Yongguang Zhang

Yongguang Zhang is currently with Microsoft Research Asia, where he is the Research Manager for the Wireless and Networking research group. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from Purdue University in 1994. From 1994 to 2006 he was with HRL Labs at Southern California, leading various research efforts in internetworking techniques, system developments, and security mechanisms for satellite networks, ad-hoc networks, and 3G wireless systems. At HRL, he was a co-PI in a DARPA Next Generation Internet project and a technical lead in five other DARPA-funded wireless network research projects. From 2001 to 2003, he was also an adjunct assistant professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. His current interests include mobile systems and wireless networking. He has published over 50 technical papers and one book, including top conferences and journals of his fields (like Sigcomm, Mobicom, Mobisys, ToN). He recently won Best Paper Award at NSDI’09, and 4 Best Demo Awards in a roll: at MobiSys’07, at SenSys’07, again at MobiSys’08, and at NSDI’09. He is an Associate Editor for IEEE transactions on Mobile Computing, was a guest editor in an ACM MONET Journal, and has organized and chaired/co-chaired several international conferences, workshops, and an IETF working group. He was a General Co-Chair for ACM MobiCom’09.