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MURAT YUKSEL

Associate Professor

Graduate Director
CSE Department, 171

Room SEM 237
University of Nevada, Reno (UNR),
1664 N. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89557-0042.

Phone: +1 (775) 327 2246

Fax: +1 (775) 784 1877
E-mail:
yuksem@unr.edu

Web: http://www.cse.unr.edu/~yuksem

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RESEARCH

My research interests are in networked, wireless, and computer systems with a recent focus on big-data and cloud networking, UAV networks, optical wireless, spectrum sharing and cyber-security, public safety communications, network architectures and economics, online network management, and network science. My older work, with occasional current activity, has included wireless routing, multicast, peer-to-peer and overlays, and network simulation.

 

My research group is part of the Computer Networking Lab (CNL), for which I am the Founding Director. Our work spans both theoretical and experimental aspects of computer and networked systems research. I am a strong believer in inter-disciplinary research and much of our work has been collaborative with experts from fields other than networking like economics, math, management/policy sciences, and physics.

 

Here is a list of some of our current projects:

 

Some of the earlier projects include the followings:

 

We gratefully acknowledge the support from our sponsors:

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PUBLICATIONS

 

o   B. Haupt, N. Kapucu, and M. Yuksel, Wireless Communication and Spectrum Sharing for Public Safety in the US, to appear in Journal of Emergency Management.

o   S. Mercan and M. Yuksel, Virtual Direction Multicast: An Efficient Overlay Tree Construction Algorithm, to appear in IEEE/KICS JCN.

o   G. Gunduz and M. Yuksel, Popularity-Based Scalable Peer-to-Peer Topology Growth, Computer Networks, 100, pp. 124-140, May 2016.

o   M. Yuksel, I. Guvenc, W. Saad, and N. Kapucu, Pervasive Spectrum Sharing for Public Safety Communications, IEEE Comm. Magazine, 54(3), pp. 22-29, March 2016.

o   A. Sahin, Y. S. Eroglu, I. Guvenc, N. Pala, and M. Yuksel, Hybrid 3D Localization for Visible Light Communication Systems, IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology, 33(22), pp. 4589-4599, September 2015.

o   M. H. Gunes, M. Yuksel, and H. Ceker, A Blind Processing Framework to Facilitate Openness in Smart Grid Communications, Computer Networks, 86, pp. 14-26, July 2015.

o   E. Arslan, M. Yuksel, and M. H. Gunes, Training Network Administrators in a Game-Like Environment, JNCA, 53, pp. 14-23, July 2015.

o   A. Sevincer, A. Bhattarai, M. Bilgi, M. Yuksel, and N. Pala, LIGHTNETs: Smart LIGHTing and Mobile Optical Wireless NETworks A Survey, IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, 15(4), pp. 1620-1641, April 2013.

o   A. Sevincer, M. Bilgi, and M. Yuksel, Automatic Realignment with Electronic Steering of Free-Space-Optical Transceivers in MANETs: A Proof-of-Concept Prototype, Ad Hoc Networks, 11(1), pp. 585-595, January 2013.

o   E. Arslan, M. Yuksel, and M. H. Gunes, Network Management Game, ACM SIGCOMM CCR, 43(1), pp. 46-50, January 2013.

o   M. Yuksel, K. K. Ramakrishnan, S. Kalyanaraman, J. D. Houle, and R. Sadhvani, Required Extra Capacity: A Comparative Estimation of Overprovisioning Needed for a Classless IP Backbone, Computer Networks, 56(17), pp. 3723-3743, November 2012.

o   M. Bilgi, A. Sevincer, M. Yuksel, and N. Pala, Optical Wireless Localization, Wireless Networks, ACM/Springer, 18(2), pp. 215-226, February 2012.

o   M. O. Kilavuz and M. Yuksel, Path Approximation for Multi-Hop Wireless Routing under Application-Based Accuracy Constraints, Computer Networks, 56(1), pp. 345-364, January 2012.

o   B. Nakhkoob, M. Bilgi, M. Yuksel, and M. Hella, Multi-Transceiver Optical Wireless Spherical Structures for MANETs, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas of Communications, 27(9), pp. 1612-1622, December 2009.

o   T. Karabacak, H. Guclu, and M. Yuksel, Network Behavior in Thin Film Growth Dynamics, Physical Review B, 79(19), May 2009.

o   H. Guclu and M. Yuksel, Limited Scale-Free Overlay Topologies for Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 20(5), pp. 667-679, May 2009.

o   B. Cheng, M. Yuksel, and S. Kalyanaraman, Orthogonal Rendezvous Routing Protocol for Wireless Mesh Networks, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, 17(2), pp. 542-555, April 2009.

o   M. Yuksel, J. Akella, S. Kalyanaraman, and P. Dutta, Free-Space-Optical Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Auto-Configurable Building Blocks, Wireless Networks, 15(3), pp. 295-312, April 2009.

o   T. Ye, H. T. Kaur, S. Kalyanaraman, and M. Yuksel, Large-Scale Network Parameter Configuration Using an On-line Simulation Framework, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, 16(4), pp. 777-790, August 2008.

o   S. Badepalli and M. Yuksel, Universal Power Exponent in Network Models of Thin Film Growth (poster), to appear in Complex Networks 2016.

o   M. R. Khan, G. Winkelmaier, and M. Yuksel, In-Band Autonomous Maintenance of Mobile Free-Space-Optical Links: A Prototype, to appear in IEEE ICC OWC 2016.

o   N. Kapucu, B. Haupt, and M. Yuksel, Wireless Communication and Spectrum Sharing Policy for Public Safety in the U.S., ASPA Conference 2016.

o   Y. S. Eroglu, A. Sahin, I. Guvenc, N. Pala, and M. Yuksel, Multi-Element Transmitter Design and Performance Evaluation for Visible Light Communication, IEEE GLOBECOM OWC 2015.

o   P. Palathingal, M. Yuksel, I. Guvenc, and N. Pala, A Multi-Element VLC Architecture for High Spatial Reuse, ACM MOBICOM VLCS 2015.

o   M. Khan and M. Yuksel, Autonomous Alignment of Free-Space-Optical Links Between UAVs, ACM MOBICOM HotWireless 2015.

o   M. Yuksel, E. Arslan, and M. H. Gunes, Training Network Administrators in a Game-Like Environment, NANOG 64, 2015.

o   A. Soran, F. M. Akdemir, and M. Yuksel, Parallel Routing on Multi-Core Routers for Big Data Transfers, ACM CoNEXT Student Workshop 2013.

o   M. Yuksel, T. Quint, I. Guvenc, W. Saad, and N. Kapucu, Fostering Wireless Spectrum Sharing via Subsidization, IEEE Allerton 2013. (invited)

o   B. Cheng, M. Yuksel, and S. Kalyanaraman, Virtual Direction Routing for Overlay Networks, IEEE P2P 2009. (slides) (poster) (accept ratio 19.8%)

o   M. O. Kilavuz and M. Yuksel, Minimizing Multi-Hop Wireless Routing State under Application-Based Accuracy Constraints, IEEE MASS 2008. (slides) (accept ratio 12%)

o   B. Cheng, M. Yuksel, and S. Kalyanaraman, Using Directionality in Mobile Routing, (short paper) IEEE MASS 2008. (slides) (accept ratio 25%)

o   H. Guclu, D. Kumari, and M. Yuksel, Ad-hoc Limited Scale-Free Models for Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks, IEEE P2P 2008. (slides) (accept ratio 20.9%)

o   M. Yuksel, K. K. Ramakrishnan, and R. D. Doverspike, Cross-Layer Failure Restoration Techniques to Provide a Robust IPTV Service, IEEE LANMAN 2008. (slides) (BEST PAPER AWARD)

o   M. Yuksel, K. K. Ramakrishnan, S. Kalyanaraman, J. D. Houle, and R. Sadhvani, Class-of-Service in IP Backbones: Informing the Network Neutrality Debate, (short paper) ACM SIGMETRICS 2008. (poster) (accept ratio 27%)

o   H. Guclu and M. Yuksel, Scale-Free Overlay Topologies with Hard Cutoffs for Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks, IEEE ICDCS 2007. (slides) (accept ratio 13.5%)

o   B. Cheng, M. Yuksel, and S. Kalyanaraman, Orthogonal Rendezvous Routing Protocol for Wireless Mesh Networks, IEEE ICNP 2006. (slides) (accept ratio 14.2%)

 

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BIOGRAPHY

Murat Yuksel is an Associate Professor at the CSE Department of The University of Nevada - Reno (UNR), Reno, NV. Prior to UNR, he was with the ECSE Department of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Troy, NY as a Postdoctoral Associate and a member of Adjunct Faculty until 2006. He received a B.S. degree in computer engineering of Ege University, Izmir, Turkey in 1996. He received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science of RPI in 1999 and 2002 respectively. He worked as a software engineer at Pepperdata, Sunnyvale, CA and a visiting researcher at AT&T Labs and Los Alamos National Lab. His research interests are in the area of networked, wireless, and computer systems with a recent focus on big-data networking, UAV networks, optical wireless, public safety communications, device-to-device protocols, economics of cyber-security and cyber-sharing, routing economics, network management, and network architectures. He has been on the editorial board of Computer Networks, and published more than 100 papers at peer-reviewed journals and conferences and is a co-recipient of the IEEE LANMAN 2008 Best Paper Award. He is a senior member of IEEE, senior and life member of ACM, and was a member of Sigma Xi and ASEE.

 

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