Department of Math and Computer Science
California State University East Bay
South Science 429D
Networking Programs at CSUEB
If you are an undergraduate interested in computer networking, consider the networking option offered through the Department of Math & Computer Science. You do not need to apply, rather you take 5 networking courses and then, when you graduate, you get to say that your emphasis was networking with a special notation on your degree! If you have questions, feel free to drop by my office hours or send me an email message.
If you are interested in the Masters degree in Computer Science, you can read about the degree prerequisites and requirements on our department website. If you have questions, please contact Dr. David Yang for advising.
If you are interested in the Masters degree in Computer Networks, please contact Dr. Leann Christianson for advising.
Courses I've taught before:
I received my B.S. in Electrical Engineering with a Computer Science option from Berkeley in 1988. Afterwards, I worked for ROLM Systems, a producer of PBX and voice processing products. In 1993, I received my M.S. in Computer Science from San Diego State University. And finally, in May of 1997, I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of South Carolina, where I worked in the Mobile Networking Group supervised by Dr. Suresh Singh.
My research interests are in network protocols designed to support mobile hosts.
Recent and Current Work:
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