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PhD Student at North Carolina State University

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Email: rnudechu@ncsu.edu
Phone Number: 704-900-3654

Greetings, my name is Robinson Udechukwu and I am a PhD candidate in Computer Science at North Carolina State University. My research involves using emerging technologies, such as software-defined networking, to assist in the development of system architecture and communication services. Currently, I am assisting Dr. Rudra Dutta on a research project looking into choice-based cooperative network optimization approach for provisioning optical network resources to fulfill network objectives. For more information, see here

I have been an active member of NCSU STARS, a student-led group which aims to broaden participation in computing, for three years of my undergraduate career. Fall 2012, I rejoined STARS as a Corps leader. My duties included assisting faculty members with grant proposals and managing the 30 members and 12 projects we are conducting that year. Along with my leading NCSU STARS, I coordinated Students in Programming, Robotics and Computer Science (SPARCS) project with Durham Nativity School.
My Google Scholar profile

  1. Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta, Takaya Miyazawa, Hiroaki Harai. Toward Realizing Choice-based Co-Optimizable Networking Paradigm, 38th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2017, Newark, NJ, USA, September 2017
  2. Shireesh Bhat, Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta, George N. Rouskas. Network Service Orchestration in Heterogeneous 5G Networks using an Open Marketplace, The Institution of Engineering and Technology Journals
  3. Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta, Takaya Miyazawa, Hiroaki Harai. Evaluating Different Pricing Algorithms for a Flexible Optical Choice-based Network, 26th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN), Vancouver, Canada, July 2017
  4. Shireesh Bhat, Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta, George N. Rouskas. On Service Composition Algorithm for Open Marketplaces of Network Services, 2017 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC): Networking (NET), Oulu, Finland, June 2017
  5. Takaya Miyazawa, Hiroaki Harai, Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta. Experimental Demonstration of Interconnection among ChoiceNet, Optical Packet & Circuit Integrated Network, and OpenFlow Network, Technical Report of IEICE Technical Committee on Network Virtualization (NV), Yamaguchi, Japan, Nov. 2016
  6. Robinson Udechukwu, Shireesh Bhat, Rudra Dutta, George N. Rouskas. Language of Choice: On Embedding Choice-related Semantics in a Realizable Protocol, 37th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2016, Newark, NJ, USA, September 2016
  7. Takaya Miyazawa, Hiroaki Harai, Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta. Experimental Demonstration of Interconnection between ChoiceNet Economy Plane and Optical Packet & Circuit Intergrated Network Control Plane, IEEE High Performance Switching and Routing Workshop 2016, Yokohama, Japan, June 2016
  8. Shireesh Bhat, Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta, George N. Rouskas. Inception to Application: A GENI based prototype of an Open Marketplace for Network Services, In the Proceedings of INFOCOM 2016, San Francisco, CA, USA, April 2016
  9. Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta. Service Definition Semantics for Optical Services on a Choice-based Network, IEEE Optical Networks Design and Modelling Conference 2015, Pisa, Italy, May 2015
  10. Robinson Udechukwu, Rudra Dutta. Extending OpenFlow for Service Insertion and Payload Inspection, IEEE CoolSDN Workshop 2014, Research Triangle, North Carolina, USA, October 2014
  1. 38th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium: Toward Realizing Choice-based Co-Optimizable Networking Paradigm at New Jersey Institute of Technology, September 2017.
  2. 26th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN): Evaluating Different Pricing Algorithms for a Flexible Optical Choice-based Network, August 2017
  3. 12th Annual NC State University Graduate Student Research Symposium: Toward Realizing Choice-based Co-Optimizable Networking Paradigm, March 2017
  4. 37th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium: Language of Choice: On Embedding Choice-related Semantics in a Realizable Protocol at New Jersey Institute of Technology, September 2016.
  5. GEC 23 Demo Session: Prototype of a ChoiceNet Economy Plane for the Future Internet Architecture at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, June 2015.
  6. 2015 Global City Teams Challenge Festival Demo Session: Enhancing an OpenFlow Network with Service Insertion and Payload Inspection at National Building Museum, Washington, D.C., June 2015.
  7. US-Ignite/GEC 22 Demo Session: Enhancing an OpenFlow Network with Service Insertion and Payload Inspection at George Washington University, Washington, D.C., March 2015.
  8. Open House: Software Defined Networking Application-Aware Preferential Treatment Demonstration at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, March 2015
  9. Extreme Network SDN Challenge: Shark Tank Style Elevator Pitch for using External Processing Box within Extreme Network SDN Platform, November 2014.
  10. 2014 CoolSDN: Extending OpenFlow for Service Insertion and Payload Inspection Presentation at Raleigh, NC, USA, October 2014.
  11. Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School Lab Visit: Software Defined Networking Application-Aware Preferential Treatment Demonstration at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, May 2014
  12. Open House: Software Defined Networking Application-Aware Preferential Treatment Demonstration at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, March 2014
  13. Open House: Software Defined Networking OpenFlow Presentation at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, March 2013
  14. OpenFlow Presentation and live demo to Tekelec, 2012 at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

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