Dr. Sanjay Madria is the Curators’ Distinguished Professor and a cyber-security lead in the Intelligent Systems Center at the Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA. He was the site director for NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center funded by NSF and industries from 2012-2016. He has published over 250 Journal and conference papers in the areas of mobile and sensor computing, cloud, big data and cyber security. He won five IEEE best papers awards in conferences such as IEEE MDM 2011, IEEE MDM 2012 and IEEE SRDS 2015. He is a co-author of a book published by Springer in 2003 and of a forthcoming book on secure sensor cloud by Morgan-Claypool. He has served/serving in International conferences as a general co-chair, pc co-chair, and steering committee member (like in MDM, SRDS and others), and presented tutorials in the areas of secure sensor cloud, cloud computing, etc. NSF, NIST, ARL, ARO, AFRL, DOE, Boeing, and Hangsoft have funded his research among others. He has been awarded JSPS (Japanese Society for Promotion of Science) visiting scientist fellowship in 2006, and ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education) fellowship multiple times. In 2012 and 2018, he was awarded NRC Fellowship by National Academies. He received faculty excellence research awards six times from his university (given only alternate years). He is ACM Distinguished Scientist, and ACM Distinguished Speaker. He is an IEEE Senior Member as well as IEEE Golden Core Awardee. He has given several ACM Distinguished lectures in US, India, etc. and have published papers at ACM venues.
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M-Grid: A Scalable Distributed Framework for Multidimensional Indexing and Querying Spatial Data
The widespread use of mobile devices and the real time availability of user-location information both facilitating the development of new personalized, location-based applications and...
- Multi-model Z-Compression for High Speed Data Streaming and Low-Power Wireless Sensor NetworksWireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have significant limitations in terms of available bandwidth and energy. The limited bandwidth in WSNs can cause delays in message delivery, which does not suit the...
- Opportunistic Distributed Caching for Mission-oriented Delay-tolerant NetworksIn this talk, a new caching scheme has been proposed which takes into consideration mission-oriented applications of Delay-tolerant Networks (DTNs) such as in Military. In such applications data...
- Reputation and Credit based Incentive Mechanism For Data-centric Message Delivery in Delay-tolerant NetworksIn Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs), to ensure successful message delivery, contribution of mobile nodes in relaying in an opportunistic fashion is essential. In our proposed data-centric...
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- Multi-model Z-Compression for High Speed Data Streaming and Low-Power Wireless Sensor Networks