Khondaker Salehin

Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Primary Academic Program: Computer Science


B.Sc., Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh; M.Sc., Ph.D., New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). Postdoctoral research in NJIT’s Networking Research Laboratory. Research interests include network measurement and performance analysis tools concerning various static and dynamic network parameters; indoor and IP geolocation; and cloud computing. Honors include various achievement and travel awards from NJIT and a graduate student award from the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame. Coauthor, “Estimation of Packet Processing Time of Remote Hosts in the Presence of Interrupt Coalescence,” IEICE Communications Express (2015); “Scheme to Measure Packet Processing Time of a Remote Host through Estimation of End-Link Capacity,” IEEE Transactions on Computers (2015); and “Scheme for Measuring Queueing Delay of a Router Using Probe-Gap Model: The Single-Hop Case,” IEEE Communications Letters (2014); others. At Bard since 2015.


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