Distinguished ACM Speaker:
Sanjay Kumar Madria
Based in MO, USA
Sanjay Kumar Madria received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi,India in 1995. He is a Professor, Department of Computer Science, at the Missouri University of Scienceand Technology (formerly, University of Missouri-Rolla), USA. He was also a site director, NSF Industry/university Research Center for 5 years. Earlier he was Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA. He has published more than 235 Journal and conference papers in the areas of mobile computing, sensor networks, security, cloud computing, etc. He won five IEEE best paper awards in conferences including IEEE SRDS 2015, IEEE MDM in 2011 and 2012. He co-authored a book entitled "Web Data Management: A Warehouse Approach" published by Springer-verlag. He guest edited WWW Journal, several Data and Knowledge Engineering sp. Issues on Web data management and Data warehousing and IEEE Access and other journals.
He was founding Program Chair for EC&WEB conference series. He served as a general co-chair of Mobile Data Management conference in 2010, IEEE Symposium on Reliability in Distributed Systems in 2012 and PC co-chair of MDM 2015. He serves in steering committees of IEEE SRDS and IEEE MDM. He isserving/served as a PC member of various conferences such as VLDB, MDM, CIKM, ICDCS, and reviewerfor many reputed journals such as IEEE TKDE, IEEE Computer, ACM Internet Computing, IEEE TMC etc.
Dr. Madria has given tutorials on mobile data management, cloud and big data in many international conferences like ACM Middleware, IEEE MDM and IEEE SRDS and IEEE ICDCS. He is a regular invited panelist in NSF, NSERC (Canada), Hong Kong Research Council and Sweden Council of Research for the selection of grant proposals. He received UMR faculty excellence award in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015, Japanese Society for Promotion of Science invitational fellowship in 2006, and Air Force Research Lab's visiting faculty fellowship from 2008 to 2017. He was honored with NRC fellowship in 2012-2013 by National Academies. His research is supported by grants from several agencies such as NSF, DOE, NIST, AFRL, ARL, UM research board and from industries such as Boeing over the years He is IEEE Senior Member, served as IEEE Distinguished speaker, and currently he is a speaker under ACM Distinguished Visitor program. He is ACM Distinguished Scientist and IEEE Golden Core Awardee.
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- A Secure Data Aggregation based Trust Management Approach for Dealing with Untrustworthy Motes in Sensor Network: Efficient power management is vital for increasing the life of wireless sensor networks (WSN). The main reason is that the radio transmission consumes energy approximately three times comparing to other operations. Thus, techniques such as data aggre...
- A Secure Data Sharing and Query Processing Framework via Federation of Cloud Computing : Due to cost-efficiency and less hands-on management, data owners are outsourcing their data to the cloud which can provide access to the data as a service. However, by outsourcing their data to the cloud, the data owners lose control over their data ...
- A Transaction Model and Multiversion Concurrency Control For Mobile: Transaction management on Mobile Database Systems (MDS) has to cope with a
number of constraints such as limited bandwidth, low processing power,
unreliable communication, and mobility etc. As a result of these constraints,
- Dynamic Data Management in Mobile P2P Networks:
ynamic Data management has become a necessity in emerging networks (e.g., mobile ad hoc networks and mobile P2P networks) to address fragile wireless connections and devices with very limited capacity. Moreover, traditional methods of da...
- Dynamic Data Replication Using Aperidoc Updates in MANET: Traditional
replication schemes are passive in nature, and rarely
characteristics of mobile ad hoc network environment. In
this talk, I will
present three dynamic data replication schemes for
mobile ad-hoc netw...
- Economic Models for Data Management in Mobile P2P Computing:
Data Management in Mobile Peer to Peer (M-P2P) systems needs
dynamic data management due to mobility and fragile wireless connection
connecting resource constraint devices. Traditional methods of data
management and services in mobile P2P...
- Incentive-based Dynamic Content Management in Mobile Crowdsourcing for Smart City Applications:
Ever-increasing prevalence of social networking using mobile devices has catalyzed the growth of interesting and innovative new-age mobile crowdsourcing applications, which work at the intersection of human-centric computation (e.g., economic ...
- Privacy Preserving Service Discovery In Mobile P2P Networks:
In mobile peer-to-peer networks, proposed service discovery protocols disregard the exposure of the participating peers' privacy details (privileged information). In these methods, the participating peers must provide their identities ...
- Replicated Data Integrity Verification in Cloud:
Cloud computing is an emerging model in which computing infrastructure resources are provided as a service over the Internet. Data owners can outsource their data by remotely storing them in the cloud and enjoy on- demand high quality applicat...
- Secure Data Aggregation in Sensor Networks: Data aggregation is a technique used to conserve battery power in wireless sensor networks (WSN). When securing such a network, it is important that we minimize the number of computationally expensive security operations without compromising on the s...
- Secure Sensor Cloud: Traditional model of computing with wireless sensors imposes restrictions on how efficiently wireless sensors can be used due to resource constraints. Newer models for interacting with wireless sensors such as Internet of Things and Sensor Cloud aim ...
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