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Dr. Ioannis Lambadaris: Biography

Ioannis Lambadaris was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. He received a diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki  in 1984. During his undergraduate studies he received a fellowship from National Fellowship Foundation of Greece, 1980-1984. He also received the Technical Chamber of Greece Award (ranked 1st in graduating class). He was a recipient at a  Fulbright Fellowship (1984-1986)  for graduate studies in USA.

In 1984 Ioannis received an  M.Sc. degree in Engineering from Brown University, Providence, RI, USA in 1985 and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA in 1991 in  the Dept, of Electrical Engineering and Systems Research Center (SRC) ( now known as Institute for Systems Research (ISR).

He was employed as  a research associate at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 1991-1992.Between  September 1992 and July 1997 he has been an Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Professor Lambadaris' interests lie in the area of applied stochastic processes, stochastic control, queueing theory and their application for modeling/simulation and performance analysis of computer communication networks. He has numerous contributions in the areas of quality of service (QoS) control for IP networks, resource allocation in optical networks, and optimal routing and flow control in ad-hoc wireless systems. His recent research focus is in the areas of cyber-infrastructure protection, detection and containment of fast growing worms in computer/data processing facilities, geographic data node location estimation with application to security and denial of service attacks and secure computer network management techniques Currently he is an associate professor in the same  department.

While at Carleton he received the Premier’s Research Excellence Award (1999-2000), and the Carleton University Research Excellence Award (2000-2001) for his research achievements  in the area of  modeling and performance analysis of computer nets. See more...