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Unformatted text preview: Gautam S. Thakur Contact Information Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering University of Florida Mobile: +1-908-894-3095 E401, CSE Building, University of Florida E-mail: email@example.com P.O. Box 116120, Gainesville web: www.cise.ufl.edu/ gsthakur FL 32611-6120, USA. web: www.wisonets.wordpress.com Objective To obtain an academic/scientist position that allows for research in realistic and data- driven modeling of large wireless and vehicular networks, with a particular emphasis on the performance of communication and routing protocols. To study the structure, function and science of such networks (and online social networks) using a combination of empirical methods and visualization techniques. Education University of Florida , Gainesville, Florida USA. Ph.D. - Aug, 2012. Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville. Thesis Topic: Data Driven Modeling in Large Mobile Systems. Adviser: Prof. Ahmed Helmy. C o-adviser: Dr. Pan Hui. Area of Study: Wireless and vehicular networks, measurements, mobility modeling. M.C.A - May 2004. International Institute of Professional Studies, Devi Ahilya University, India. With Honors in Computer Applications. Area of Study: Computer Networks and database management systems. B.C.A - May 2002. International Institute of Professional Studies, Devi Ahilya University, India. With Honors in Computer Applications. Research Focus Data-driven mobility modeling and protocol testing. User Profiling and analysis of collective behavior in social and mobile wireless networks. Internet measurements and Data Science (big data). Vehicular networks. Professional and Research Experience University of Florida , Gainesville, Florida USA Research Assistant January 2007 to present Identified the performance and the structural gaps in existing mobility models and real measurements. Thereby, proposed a new framework, metric space and mobility model for accurate evaluation. Studied centralities and spatio-temporal patterns of thousands of mobile users to develop behavior aware protocols. Developed a new method based on random walks and degree distribution to identify local community structures. Deutsche Telekom Laboratories , Berlin, Germany Research Intern May 2011 to August 2011 Proposed a framework for planet scale monitoring, analysis, and modeling of vehicular traffic....
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