Dr. Anil M. ShendeProfessor
Department: Math/Computer Science/Physics
Office: 365A Trexler Hall
Ph.D., Computer Science, State University of New York at Buffalo
M.S., Computer Science, State University of New York at Buffalo
M.Sc.(Tech.), Computer Science, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India
Research & Teaching Interests:
Theory of Computing, Algorithms, Parallel Computing, Wireless Computing
Current research projects include:
1) Finding longest induced paths in hypercube graphs
2) Several problems arising out of wireless and sensor networks.
Playing Indian Classical Music, Badminton, Motorcycling.
“Persuasive Programming,” with Jerud Mead. Franklin, Beedle & Associates, Inc., November 2000.
“A Guide to Persuasive Programming using Java,” with Jerud Mead. Franklin, Beedle & Assiciates, Inc., January 2002.
“Upper bound on delta-1 for optimal channel assignments on the cellular grid,” with Mason Vines. Workshop on Frequency Assignment Problems, Siena, Italy, October 2005.
“The channel assignment problem in three dimensions,” with Christopher Smith. Workshop on Frequency Assignment Problems, Siena, Italy, October 2005.
“Proxy assignments for filling gaps in wireless ad-hoc lattice computers,” with Tiziana Calamoneri, Emanuele G. Fusco, and Sunil M. Shende. 14th International Colloquium on Structural Information and Communication Complexity, Castiglioncello, Italy, June 2007.
“Online charging to sustain sensor networks,” with Philippe Moore. 6th International Information
and Telecommunication Technologies Symposium, Brasilia, Brazil. December 2007.