David Starobinski 


Professor (Ph.D. Technion, 1999)

Boston University
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Systems Engineering Division
Laboratory of Networking and Information Systems
Room 431, Photonics Center
Boston, MA 02215

(617) 353-0202 (phone)
(617) 353-7337 (fax)
staro@bu.edu
 

I am also affiliated with the following groups and centers:
Center for Information and Systems Engineering (CISE)
Information Sciences and Systems (ISS)
Hariri Institute of Computing


Teaching

1. Wireless Networking and Security (EK 131/132) Spring 2009, Spring 2010, Spring 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2013. An introductory module for Freshman.

2. Introduction to Computer Networking (EC 441) Spring 2003, Fall 2003-2006, Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Fall 2012.

3. Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms (EC 504) Fall 2010.

4. Cybersecurity (EC 521) Fall 2011, Fall 2013. Playlist of video tutorials.

5. Computer Communication Networks (EC 541) Spring 2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2009, Spring 2013, Spring 2014.

6. Randomized Network Algorithms (EC 741) Spring 2007, Spring 2010, Spring 2012.

7. Quality of Service Networking (EC 700) Spring 2002.

8. Computer Communications and Networks (SC 546) Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Fall 2002.


  Publications

Short Biography


Research Group

  Graduate students: Emir Kavurmacioglu, Wei Si, Eran Simhon, Liangxiao Xin.
  Alumni: Reuven Cohen, Niloofar Fazlollahi, Sinem Kockan, Rajesh Krishnan, Kan Lin, Huseyin Mutlu, Cankut Orakcal, Xiangping (Sandra) Qin , Saikat Ray, Angad Singh, Dan Sumorok, Aylin Turhan, Tao Wu, Weiyao Xiao, Avi Yaar.


Current Research Projects

  Securing the Open Softphone (supported by the National Science Foundation)
  Promoting Secondary Secondary Markets via Profitability-driven Methods and Algorithms (supported by the National Science Foundation)
  Boosting Inter-Domain Scheduled Dynamic Circuit Services (SDCS) (supported by the National Science Foundation)
  Large-Scale Software Dissemination in Stochastic Wireless Networks (supported by the National Science Foundation)


Recent Research Projects

  A Theory of Stability for Communication Networks (supported by an Early Career Award from the US Department of Energy )
  CAREER: Quality of Service Engineering with Multiple Time-Scale Traffic (supported by the National Science Foundation)
  A Theory of Monitoring based on Identifying Codes and their Variants (supported by the National Science Foundation)
  NeTS-NOSS: SensorNet Architectures for Indoor Location Detection: From Resolution to Robustness (supported by the National Science Foundation)
  A Scalable Middleware for Data Reconciliation in PDAs and Mobile Networks (supported by the National Science Foundation, see also article in BU Bridge)


Synergistic Activities

Associate Editor of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 2009-2014
Technical Program Committee member of IEEE INFOCOM 2002-2003, 2005-2012
Technical Program Committee member of WiOpt 2006-2007, 2011-2014
Technical Program Committee member of IEEE ICCCN 2011-2013