Mark MeissORG Indiana University Title BIO Mark Meiss has over 10 years of programming experience and over four years of experience in writing software to assist in the management of a large academic computing network. Before becoming the first employee of Advanced Network Management Laboratory, Meiss wrote prototypes of several of the software systems described in the Indiana Pervasive Computing Research Initiative proposal to the Lilly Foundation, as well as a number of network management applications in production use on the Indiana University and Abilene networks. Meiss, who is enrolled in the Ph.D. program in the Department of Computer Science at Indiana University, researches self-adapting systems, especially self-adapting network protocol stacks. His other research interests include the development of decentralized distributed databases, network performance tuning, automated Internet data mining and network protocol design and analysis.
Sessions and Presentations
Time 01/30/02 04:40PM-05:45PM