Congratulations to Suhas Vekata Nerella for passing his PhD defense on 17th May 2013.
Congratulations to Roy Cabaniss for passing his PhD defense on 4th Dec 2012.
Paper "An Efficient and Secure Data Sharing Framework using Homomorphic Encryption in the Cloud" by Bharath Samanthula, Gerry Howser, Yousef Elmehdwi and Sanjay Madria, got selected among the best two papers in ACM proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Cloud Intelligence (Cloud-I 2012) in conjunction with VLDB 2012, Turkey, 2012.
Best paper award (runner up) - Lekshmi Chidambaram, Sanjay K Madria, Mark Linderman, Takahiro Hara, MELOC: Memory and Location Optimized Caching Model for Small Mobile Ad hoc Networks, in 13th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management, (MDM), July 2012, India.
Dr. Sanjay Madria to be given Faculty Research Award for 2011.
Congratulations to PhD student Tommy Szalapski; "Energy Efficient Real Time Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Networks by Tommy Szalapski and Sanjay Madria" won the best paper award in this year's 12th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM 2011) held in Sweden.
Congratulations to Roy Cabaniss for receiving IEEE TCPP Student Travel Award in the amount of $1000 for the paper presentations at HiPC-2010.
Congratulations to Waraporn Viyanon (Pon) for passing her PhD defense on 18th Oct 2010.
Dan Hirsch has been granted travel and registration support from NSF to present his paper in IEEE SRDS 2010 conference.
Congratulations to Vimal Kumar, PhD student in the W2C lab for winning 2nd Best PhD forum paper in 11th International Conference on Mobile Data Management in Kansas City, MO 2010.
Best Paper Award: Julia Albath, Mayur Thakur and Sanjay Madria, Energy Constrained Dominating Set for Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks, 24th International Conference on Advance Information and Networking Applications, 2010
Congratulations to Roy Cabaniss, Abbey Trotta, and George Rush as the social routing poster won 1st place at the CCSC poster contest.
Congratulations to Waraporn Viyanon and Tommy Szalapski, PhD students in the W2C lab for winning 1st and 2nd place for their session in the Council of Graduate Studies graduate research showcase Spring 2010.
Dr. Sanjay Madria received the Faculty Research Award for 2009.
2nd Workshop on Research Directions in Situational-aware Self-managed Proactive Computing in Wireless Adhoc Networks, in conjunction with 11th International Mobile Data Management Conference, 23rd May, 2010
Waraporn Viyanon, a PhD student in the W2C lab has won the graduate research showcase award. She is among the nine awardees.
Dr. Sanjay Madria, Associate Professor of Computer Science, has been awarded an Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) visiting summer faculty fellowship for 2009 by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). more...
Congratulations to Julia Albath for defending her PhD thesis on 10th October, 2008
Workshop on Research Directions in Situational-aware Self-managed Proactive Computing in Wireless Adhoc Networks (In Conjunction with CRA-W Workshop on Pervasive Computing)
Associate Professor Sanjay Madria has been invited to deliver a keynote at 14th Eunice Open European Summer School organized from 8 -10 Sept. 2008, http://conferences.telecom-bretagne.eu/eunice2008/program/. The summer school organized by EUNICE network (http://www.eunice-forum.org) has been created to foster the research among students, faculty members and research scientists working in the field of information and communication technologies and to promote educational and research cooperation between its member institutions all across Europe.
2008 Dr. Sanjay Madria appointed ACM Distinguished Speaker
Dr. Sanjay Madria, Associate Professor of Computer Science, has been selected as a speaker under the prestigious ACM Distinguished Speakers Program. Dr. Madria will be invited to conduct seminars as guest speaker on his research in local ACM chapters and at ACM and non-ACM conferences. He can also be invited to present keynotes, talks, tutorials or workshops. Travel expenses for these visits are paid by ACM. Dr. Madria is also an IEEE Distinguished Speaker.
2008 Dr. Sanjay Madria awarded AFRL 2008 Visiting Summer Fellowship
Dr. Sanjay Madria, Associate Professor of Computer Science has been awarded Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) visiting summer fellowship for 2008. The Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (SFFP) offers hands-on exposure to Air Force research challenges through 8 to 12 weeks research residencies at participating Air Force Research Facilities. The selection is through open competitive process which involves submission of a research proposal. The award can also continue for up to 3 years with a possibility of additional grant support for academic year research.
Evaluation of the applications received by AFRL from eligible research candidates, which also considers Air Force relevance of the proposed area of research, is performed by a panel of experts designated by ASEE and approved by AFOSR. Each Air Force Research Facility directly monitors the awards conferred to fellows in research areas closely related to its mission.
Dr. Sanjay Madria received UMR's Faculty Excellence Award for 2007
Dr. Sanjay Madria has been selected by IEEE CS as Distinguish Visitor
For North America for 3 years (2007-2009)
Congratulations to Jian Yin who successfully defended his PhD thesis on 28th Dec. 2006 and joined as Design Engineer in ATMEL Corporation.
Congratulations to Biswajit Panja who successfully defended his PhD thesis on 26th Sept. 2006 and joined as Assistant Professor in Morehead State University, Kentuckey.
Associate Professor of CS Sanjay Madria has been selected as a Fellow Scientist for October and November 2006 by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (Japan's NSF). He was sponsored by the CS Department at the University of Tokyo.
Feb 22, 2005. Biswajit Panja was awarded the best research display for his project Security in Sensor Networks among the 50 selected research shows.
More than 50 graduate students at the University of Missouri-Rolla presented their research
projects to the campus and the Rolla community during the first Graduate Research Showcase.
Oct 12, 2006. Journal and Conference Publications had been updated.
Nov 6, 2004. W2C New Website Launched.