Transport Architectures of the Next Generation's Internet
The Internet is a huge network of 3 billion of users, an infrastructure that has become essential to people's lives. In order that users access smoothly the networks in such an environment, and also in order to detect and prevent efficiently congestions of the network from occurring, a balance between control of servers and user terminals, and control within the internet is critical. Also, as increase in power consumption of ICT devices has become a problem, together with power-saving hardware, power saving done by improving software and transfer protocols is required. Towards these challenges, we are working on the study of transport architectures for the next generation of the Internet environment, and power-saving communication protocols. We have also studied about wireless network access technologies, which are becoming essential for further development of the network.
- 1997 Assistant, Faculty of Economics, Osaka University
- 2000 Ph.D. (Engineering) Osaka University
- 2000 Assistant, Cyber Media Center, Osaka University
- 2002 Assistant Professor, Cyber Media Center, Osaka University
- 2002 Assistant Professor, Cyber Media Center, Osaka University (Associate Professor from 2008)
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