Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor
    Computer Science Department
    North Carolina State University

News & Activities

  • Networking Services: QoS, Signaling, Services Networking, Free download! (Check icon on the right)
  • Bandwidth Allocation for Video under Quality of Service Constraints: A monograph co-authored with Bushra Anjum Read More...
  • VBR Video Traffic Models: A monograph co-authored with Savera Tanwir is now in print. Read More...
  • The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has honored Dr. Perros by voting him an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to performance evaluation modeling of computer networks. Read More...
  • Connection Oriented Networks: SONET/SDH, ATM, MPLS and Optical Networks: IEEE Communications Magazine review now available. Read full review ...
  • Computer Simulation Techniques-The Definitive Introduction: Free download now available!!! Get your copy here.
  • Hall of Fame

    Congratulations to Paridhika Kayal for successfully defending her Master's thesis entitled "A comparison of IoT application layer protocols througha smart parking implementation", Dec 2016. Paridhika will work at Amazon.com.

    Congratulations to Brian Bouterse for successfully defending his PhD thesis, entitled "VM Capacity Planning for Software-as-a-Service Environments", November 2016. Brian works at Red Hat.

    Congratulations to Savera Tanwir for winning the 2016 Computer Science Outstanding Dissertation Award and to Debanjana Nayak for winning the 2016 Computer Science Master's Research Award! photo

    Congratulations to Savera Tanwir for successfully defending her PhD thesis, entitled "Analyzing and Modeling of VBR Video Traffic", July 2015. Savera works for SAS.

    Congratulations to Debanjana Nayak for successfully defending her MS thesis, entitled "An Evaluation of Video Traffic Models for 3D Video", April 2015.

    Congratulations to Savera Tanwir for winning a Google Anita Borg 2014 scholarship.

    Congratulations to Bushra Anjum for sucessfully defending her PhD thesis “Bandwidth Allocation under End-to-End Percentile Delay Bounds” April , 2012.

    Congratulation to Qasim Lone for successfully defending his MS thesis “Bandwidth Allocation for Video Streams Subject to an End-to-End Percentile Delay” Dec, 2011.

    Congratulation to Geza Geleji for sucesfully defending his PhD thesis “On Multi-Domain QoS Routing and Rate Jitter Analysis” on Nov 4, 2011.

    Congratulations to Pavithra Ramaswamy for successfully defending her MS thesis: ”Comparison of end-to-end QoS reservation schemes in Next Generation Networks” on May 7th 2009.

    Congratulations to Wenhong Tian for successfully defending his PhD thesis "Analytical Models and Efficient Dimensioning Algorithms for Communication Systems In Randomly Changing Traffic Environments" on December 5, 2007.

    Congratulations to Dr. Kaiqi Xiong for succesfully defending his second PhD thesis ”Resource optimization and security in distributed computing” on August 1st.

    Congratulations to Xenia Mountrouidou for successfully defending her PhD thesis "Bimodal scheduling for OBS networks and characterization of burst aggregation algorithms" on July 25th 2007.

    Congratulations to Savera Tanwir for successfully defending her MS thesis, entitled "Network resource scheduling and management of optical grids", on May 10th.

    Congratulations to Dr. Lina Battistelli, for receiving the best PhD thesis award in 2006 in the entire University.

    Congratulations to Xenia Mountrouidou, PhD candidate, for receiving the best TA award in 2006. Three such awards were given out of 100 nominees for the entire University.

    Congratulations to Tzvetelina (Lina) Battestilli for successfully defending her PhD thesis: "Performance Analysis of Optical Burst Switched Networks with Dynamic Simultaneous LInk Possession"

    Congratulations to Vishwas Puttasubbappa for successfully defending his PhD thesis, "Optical Burst Switching: Challenges, Solutions and Performance Evaluation"

    Congratulations to Nicki Washington for successfully defending her PhD thesis, "Performance Analysis of Traffic-Groomed Optical Networks"