I moved to Computer Science, Dartmouth College in 2005 after a wonderful period at Columbia University. Find my new contact details here. Note that this web page is no longer being maintained. My Columbia e-mail will still reach me.
Andrew T. Campbell is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University, and a member of the COMET Group. Andrew is working on emerging architectures and programmability for wireless networks. He received his Ph.D in Computer Science in 1996, and the NSF CAREER Award for his research in programmable mobile networking in 1999. Prior to joining academia he spent 10 years working on transport and operating systems issues in industry. Andrew spent his sabbatical year (2003-2004) at the Computer Lab, Cambridge University, as an EPSRC Visiting Fellow.
Contact him by sending e-mail to campbell “at” comet dot columbia dot edu
Armstrong, Resilient Transport and Control Mechanisms for Sensor Networks
Dragonfly (temp name): Open Spectrum MAC for Ad Hoc Networks
CP2P: New Paradigms for P2P networks
INSIGNIA, QOS in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, 1998-2003
SWAN, Stateless Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, 2000-2003
Genesis, Spawning Networks, 1998-2003
CUBANET, Constructing Utility-Based QOS Networks, 1998-2002
IP 4+4, Evolving Internet Architecture back toward Transparency, 2000-2002
CIMS, Columbia IP Micromobility Software (CIMS), 1999-2002
Cellular IP, Micromobility Protocols, 1997-2001
P-MIP, Paging Extensions for Mobile IP, 2000-2001
Mobiware, Programmable Mobile Networking, 1996-2000
Current Ph.D Students
Zoltán R. Turányi, Co-Advisor
Andras G. Valko (Ericsson Research, Hungary), Design and Analysis of Cellular Mobile Data Networks, Co-Advisor, December 1999
Javier Gomez-Castellanos (National University of Mexico, Mexico City), Energy-Efficient Routing and Control Mechanisms for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, December 2002
Raymond R.-F. Liao (Siemens, Berkeley) Dynamic Bandwidth Management for Internet and its Wireless Extensions, December 2002
Andras Veres, (Ericsson Research, Hungary), Modeling TCP Dynamics and Engineering Service Differentiation in TCP/IP Networks, Co-Advisor, July 2004
Chieh-Yih Wan, (Intel Research), A Resilient Transport System for WIreless Sensor Networks, March 2005
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2001- 2004
IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, 2000-
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, 2001-2003
ACM/Kluwer Wireless Networks (WINET), 2000-2003
ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking (TON), 2000-2004
Computer Networks, 1999-2003
IEEE IT Professional Magazine, 1998-2003
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication on Wireless Extensions to the Internet, October 2001.
ACM Journal on Mobile Networks and Applications (MONET), Special Issue on Mobile Multimedia Communications, Vol. 6 No. (5), pg. 407-408, September 2001.
Computer Communications on QOS in Distributed Systems, Vol. 21 No. 4, pg. 291-293 April 1997.
Technical Program Chair
Co-chair for the 6th ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (ACM MobiHoc 2005)
Co-chair for the 8th ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (ACM MobiCom 2002)
Chair of the Special Track on Networking Technologies, Services and Protocols IFIP Networking 2002,
Co-chair 4th IEEE International Conference on Open Architecture and Network Programming (OPENARCH 2001).
Co-chair 6th IEEE International Workshop on Mobile Multimedia Communications (MOMUC99)
Co-chair 5th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service (IWQOS97)