Mallesham Dasari

img-20161106-wa0008I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA.

My research spans into broad areas that include Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Network Protocols(L2-L4),  Wireless Multimedia and Computer Security.

Previously, I was a senior research engineer at Uurmi Systems, Hyderabad, India, during 2012-2015. At Uurmi, I worked on the design and development of Network protocols (L2/L3) for wireless ad hoc networks and Wireless Multimedia, for Indian Defense Laboratories. Prior to this, I worked towards grid computing at IDRBT, Hyderabad, India (2011).

Education:

Stony Brook University
PhD in Computer Science, 2016 – present

University College of Engineering, Osmania University
Master’s in Computer Science, 2012 – 2014

University College of Engineering, Osmania University
Bachelor’s in Computer Science, 2008 – 2012

Recent News*:

  • Dec 2016: Accepted for IEEE CCNC travel grant.
  • Oct 2016: Became IEEE Student member and IEEE Comsoc Member.
  • Sept 2016: Paper accepted into IEEE CCNC international conference, Las Vegas, USA, 2016: “Real Time Detection of  MAC Layer DoS Attacks in IEEE 802 Networks”.
  • Aug 2016: Joined as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Computer Science at Stony Brook University.
  • June 2016: Accepted into PhD in Computer Science at Stony Brook University.
  • May 2016: Paper accepted in ICACCI international conference, Rajastan, India, 2016: “Adaptive Motion Estimation using Video Content Analysis”.
  • Apr 2016: Accepted for Poster presentation at Graduate Research Showcase by CGS at Missouri University of S&T.
  • Jan 2016: Joined as Research Assistant in Network Research Lab, in Department of Computer Science at Missouri University of S&T.
  • Jan 2016: Admitted into PhD in Computer Science at Missouri University of S&T.
  • Previous: I was a Senior Research Engineer at Uurmi Systems Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad, India.
  • Previous: Graduated from University College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.