Curriculum vitae (in brief) aggarwal, Akshai, K



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1CURRICULUM VITAE (in brief)

AGGARWAL, Akshai, K.,

HONOURS:

  • The Faculty of Science, University of Windsor Teaching Score Award for the highest weighted mean teaching score, for classes of over 100 students, over all courses taught in the Summer 2005, Fall 2005 and Winter 2006 terms

  • University of Windsor Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching, 2006

  • OPUS Supporting Faculty Award 2006

  • The Faculty of Science, University of Windsor Teaching Score Award for the highest weighted mean teaching score, for classes of over 100 students, over all courses taught in the Summer 2004, Fall 2004 and Winter 2005 terms

  • OPUS Faculty Award 2005

  • The Faculty of Science, University of Windsor Performance Award 2004 for outstanding contribution in terms of overall performance in the areas of research, teaching and service

  • The Faculty of Science, University of Windsor Teaching Score Award for the highest weighted mean teaching score, for classes of over 100 students, over all courses taught in the Summer 2003, Fall 2003 and Winter 2004 terms.

  • The Faculty of Science, University of Windsor Teaching Award for the highest weighted mean score for larger classes, in 2002; consistently excellent grades for teaching

  • I.E.E.E. Millenium Medal

  • His Excellency the Governor of Gujarat State’s Nominee on the Senate of Gujarat University 1998 –2003.

  • IEEE Outstanding Branch Counselor Award 1997.

  • Fellowship of I.E.T.E

  • National TTT (University teaching) Fellowship, M.S.University (3 years)

  • National Merit Fellowship at PEC, Punjab University (4 years)


GRADUATE SUPERVISION
Completed: 51 Master’s, 1 Doctorate

In progress: 5 Master’s and 4 doctorate students

NAMES OF Grad STUDENTS at Windsor, who have completed their thesis:



  • Arshad Shaikh, “User Authentication In Distributed Computing using Proactive Two-Party Signatures” 2000-2003




  • Gan Xinyu,” A Hybrid Load Balancing Algorithm for Coarse Grained Applications”, 2001-2003




  • Jun Wei, “Bottleneck Bandwidth Measurement Using PATH Algorithm”, 2001- 2003




  • Xiaoguang Wang,” Efficient Signature System using Optimized Elliptic Curve Cryptosystem over GF(2n)”, 2002-2004

  • Zhiying Du,” LBSIM: A Simulation System for Dynamic Load-Balancing Algorithms for Distributed Systems”, 2002-2004




  • Aniruddha Bharadwaj,” Active Congestion Control Using Available Bandwidth-based Congestion Detection”, 2002-2004




  • Lu Xin,” PoissonProb: A New Rate-based Available Bandwidth Measurement Algorithm”, 2003- 2005



Recent Invited Talks:


  1. “Grid Computing: 2011-2020 – Beyond the Beginnings”, Plenary Lecture, WSEAS International MultiConference, Buenos Aires, March 1, 2005




  1. “ Computer Crimes: An Introduction”, An invited talk to the students of 57-201 Introduction to Forensic Science, December 8, 2004




  1. “From the Factory Floor towards Computational Grids: Progress of Schedulers”, Plenary Lecture, WSEAS International MultiConference, September 13, 2004




  1. “Computing in Mineral Technologies: the perspective of the High Performance and Grid Computing Research Group, University of Windsor”, Regional Research Lab, Bhubaneshwar, May 12, 2004




  1. “Security Policies: Outsourcing Managed Security”, INFOSEC 2004, May 7, 2004




  1. “Sender-end Exstimation of Bottleneck Bandwidth”, IEEE Gujarat Section, June 2003




  1. “Performance Measurement on a Grid”, Sharcnet Seminar, Mar. 21, 2003




  1. “Beowulf Class Supercomputers: Design Aspects”, Sharcnet Seminar, Mar. 15, 2002




  1. “Beowulf Class Supercomputers: Part I”, Sharcnet Seminar, Nov. 23, 2001

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Scholarly and Professional Activities:




  • Member, Technical Program Committee, ICC 2007 Computer and Communications Network Security Symposium

  • Member, Technical Program Committee, IEEE Globecom – 2006 – Network Security Systems Symposium

  • Member of IEEE Technical Committee on Communication Security

  • Member, Program Committee, First International Symposium on Grid Computing, High Performance and Distributed Applications, 29th Oct- 3 Nov 2006

  • Co-Chair, Publicity, 6th International Conference on Intelligent System Design and Applications (ISDA-2006), Jinan, China

  • Member, Program Committee, Third Workshop on High Performance Grid Computing (HPGC '06: http://www.cs.unb.ca/profs/aubanel/hpgc/) in conjunction with the 19th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS '2006) to be held in Rhodes, Greece, April 25-29, 2006

  • Member, Scientific Committee 5th WSEAS International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Electronics, Control and Signal Processing, Nov 1-3 2006

  • Member, Program Committee, 8th International Conference on Information Technology, Bhubaneshwar, Dec 20-23, 2005

  • Invited to Microsoft Faculty Research Summit 2005, 17th July –19th July 2005

  • Presentation of Research Work in Grid Computing & Network Security at Research Exchange, IBM Watson Research Lab, Hawthorne, NewYork, 23 June 2005

  • Participated in Microsoft Academic Days, May 2005, Mississuaga

  • Member, International Advisory Committee, AACC 2005, Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Member, Program Committee, The Second International Workshop on Grid Computing and its Application to Data Analysis (GADA'05), Agia Napa, Cyprus, 31 Oct - 4 Nov 2005

  • Member, Program Committee, HPCS 2005, Guelph, 17-19 May 2005

  • Presentation of Research Work in Computing & Networking at Research Exchange, WestGrid Summit, Banff, Alberta, 2005

  • Participation in Alcatel BOF on “Networks 2015: Beyond the Stone Age”, 25 Feb 2005

  • Chairman, WSEAS International Symposium on Grid Computing, Corfu, Greece, Aug 2005

  • Member, Scientific Committee, 4th International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, April 2005, Brazil

  • Member, Program Committee, Workshop on Partitioning Applications for Computational Grids (PACGRID-04), Santa Fe, USA in 2003 and 2004

  • Member, Program Committee, CIT-2000, 2003 and 2004

  • Member, International Advisory Committee, ITPC- 2003, Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Member, Program Committee, IWDC-2000, 2002 and 2003, Calcutta

  • Member, International Advisory Committee, HPC Asia Dec 2002, Bangalore

  • Member, Program Committee, INDOCRYPT, Dec 2002

  • Invited to Microsoft Faculty Research Summit 2002, 31st July –1st August 2002

  • Chairman Program Committee, WTCC-WDC 2001

  • Chaired the session on: ‘Software Challenges Ahead for Indian Industry’

  • Speakers: Dr. Bruce Eisenstein, President, IEEE and Professor of EE and

  • Computer Engineering, Drexel Univ, USA, Dr. D. B. Phatak, Professor and Head,

  • K. R. School of IT, IIT, Bombay on 17 December 2000 at ACE-2000, Mumbai, India.

  • Program Guide for 3-day AISC – 2000 conducted by IEEE Madras Section;

  • Worked as a Resource person for one day.

  • General Chairman for three Conferences, IEEE GS Int’l Conference on Networking India and the World (CNIW 98), International Conference on Business through Internet (ICBI - 99), April 1999, Calcutta and ACE-99 Conference on e-commerce, Thiruvanthapuram, Dec, 1999

  • Technical Advisor, Seminar on e-Commerce Security, organized by MDI and IDRBT(RBI), Delhi, Oct 1999

  • Invited member EXECOM, South East Michigan Section of IEEE: 2001-2002

  • Member, Steering Committee, Sharcnet 2002 and 2003

  • Chair, IEEE India Council, 1998-99

  • Chair, IEEE Computer Society Chapter – India Council 1998-99

  • Principal Investigator for the IEEE Vidyarthi Project funded by IEEE Foundation for US $13,000.00 and by IEEE Computer Society Chapter, India.


EDITING PERIODICALS


  1. Journal: Member Editorial Board, Journal of Digital Information Management (JDIM)

  2. WSEAS Transactions on Advances in Engineering Education: Associate Editor

  3. Journal: Member Editorial Board, International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research (IJCIR):

  4. Guest Editor for WSEAS Journals for papers on Grid Computing, August 2005

  5. Journal: Member Editorial Board, WSEAS Journal on Evolutionary Computing: acceptance given in May 2005 (The journal is yet to start publication.)

  6. Monthly of IEEE GS: Editor, Krimakshak from 1991 -1999

  7. Monthly Magazine: Editor, UTTARA from 1981 - 1995


PUBLICATIONS:
Summary for the past seven (7) years:

- Books edited ……………………………………….. 3

- Foreword for a book …………………………… 1

- Papers in refereed journals ……………………….. 15

- Papers in refereed conference proceedings …….. 30

- Technical Reports ………………………………….. 10

- Abstracts and/or papers read ……………………… 65

- Educational Innovation Reports …………………… 4



OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS

Course Design at University of Windsor
I designed the following new courses at Windsor:


  1. The first graduate course in (Internet) Security and Privacy: I have been teaching it for the last three years. Besides the grad students of Computer Science, it attracts students from other places like EE. besides the grad students of Computer Science.




  1. The first third year level full course on TCP/IP (Internet) Technologies



  1. I initiated the idea of a 4-year honors program in Network and Security, so that we may be able to attract better quality of students. This has been approved and is being implemented.


GRADUATE COURSES at University of Windsor
Course No. Course Title Semester

0360510 background reading Fall 1999

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Winter 2000

0360-510 Background Reading Winter 2000

0360-510 Background Reading Fall 2000

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Fall 2001

0360-592 Advanced Internet Technologies Winter 2002

0360-562 Grid Computing Fall 2002

(Jointly with another Professor)

0360-592 Advanced Internet Technologies Winter 2003

0360-592 Security and Privacy on the Internet Winter 2004

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Winter 2004

0360-564 Security and Privacy on the Internet Fall 2004

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Fall 2004

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Winter 2005

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Fall 2005

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Winter 2006

0360-564 Security and Privacy on the Internet Winter 2006

0360-520 Seminars and Computing Tools Fall 2006


Undergraduate courses taught at University of Windsor
Course No. Course Title Semester
0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 1999

0360-265 Computer System Organization Fall 1999

(Four laboratories)

0360-265 Computer System Organization Winter 2000

(Two lecture Sections and four laboratories)

0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 2000

0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 2001

0360-265 Computer System Organization Winter 2002

(One lecture Section and four laboratories)

0360-265 Computer System Organization Fall 2002

(Two lecture Sections and four laboratories)

0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 2002

0360-265 Computer System Organization Fall 2003

(Two lecture Sections and four laboratories)

0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 2003

0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 2004


0360-265 Computer System Organization Winter 2005

(One lecture Section and four laboratories)

0360-375 Internet Technologies Fall 2005

0360-265 Computer System Architecture I

: Digital Design Fall 2005

0360-265 Computer System Architecture I

: Digital Design Fall 2006
Under-graduate projects guided
(60-499): 33 students (10 projects) completed, two students (1 project) in progress

(60-470): 4 completed


Service to the Department and the University:


  • Senate Member 2006-08

  • Member, WUFA Executive Committee 2006-07

  • Chair, Ontario Graduate Scholarship Panel for 2006-2007

  • Organized Graduate Admission Booth at the faculty of Science Graduate Admission Fair 11th January, 2006

  • Employment Equity/Procedures Assessor for History, Earth Science and MAME for 2005-06

  • Graduate Co-ordinator for 2005-06

  • Member, Appointments Committee for 2005

  • Participation in Review of co-operative students reports in 2003 and 2004

  • Internal Reader for 11 thesis and chaired 9 thesis committees

  • Helped prepare the Report for Undergraduate Program Review 2004

  • Site Leader, Sharcnet 2004

  • Member, PTR committee for 2004

  • Member, Faculty of Science Council 2003-2004

  • Member, University PDC 2003-2004 -2005

  • Member Sharcnet EDAC from 2002 -2003

  • Chair of School Web Committee in 2001-2003

  • Member of various school committees like grad and under grad program committees in 2001-2003

  • Regular participation in efforts to attract better students to the undergrad programs through

      • telephone campaign

      • Fall Show etc





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