Dr. Badri Nath is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science here at Rutgers University.
His research interests are in the area of sensor computing and large scale non-traditional (inventory, vehicular and home) networks. Current projects explore research issues in manageability and dependability of sensor networks, mobile and wireless networks. His current interest is on developing a robust information architecture for sensor networks to enable actuations. Professor Badri Nath received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a M.E. from the Indian Institute of Science (School of Automation). He is the recipient of the best paper award at HPSR(2003), the ten year best paper award at VLDB (2002) and professor of the year award for best teaching (1995).
My primary research interests are in the intersection of networking, messaging and economics. I am particularly interested in the area of networking personal devices and curating information from things Undergraduate Research Experience
ME, Computer Science
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CS 211, CS 553, CS352, CS552, CS519, CS416,CS111
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