Bilal Khan

Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science; John Jay College, City University of New York.
Core Faculty in the Forensic Computing Program; John Jay College, City University of New York.
Doctoral Faculty in Computer Science and Criminal Justice; Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2003, City University of New York Graduate Center.
M.Sc. in Computer Science, 1997, Johns Hopkins University.
B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science, 1993, Massachussetts Institute of Technology.

Research interests: interdisciplinary approaches to computational social science; social networks, epidemiology, modeling, simulation, systems science, graph theory, combinatorics, group theory, algorithms; computer security; digital forensics

Publications (journals articles, articles in refereed conference proceedings, and books)
    2014

  1. Bilal Khan, Kirk Dombrowski, Ric Curtis and Travis Wendel. Estimating Vertex Measures in Social Networks by Sampling Completions of RDS Trees, Social Networking, SCIRP, 2014.

  2. Bilal Khan, Kirk Dombrowski, and Mohammad Saad. A stochastic agent-based model of pathogen propagation in dynamic multi-relational social networks, SIMULATION (Transactions of SCS), 90(4), 460-484, Sage Publishing, 2014.

  3. Bilal Khan, Patrick Downey, Meredith Dank, and Kirk Dombrowski. A method for determining the size of the underground cash economy for commercial sex in seven U.S. cities, Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Prostitution, Oxford University Press, 2014.

  4. Holly Hagan, Joshua Neuer, Ashly Jordan, Don Des Jarlais, Jennifer Wu, Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan, Scott Braithwaite, and Jason Kessler. Hepatitis C virus infection among HIV-positive men who have sex with me: Protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis, Systematic Reviews, 3(31), 1-31, 2014.

  5. Bilal Khan and Kiran Bhutani. Additive Operations on Flow Graphs, AKCE International Journal of Graphs and Combinatorics, 11(2), 2014.

  6. Jeremy Seideman, Bilal Khan, and Cesar Vargas. Quantifying Malware Evolution through Archaeology, Journal of Information Security, SCIRP, 2014.

  7. Anna Wisniewska and Bilal Khan. Contention-sensing and Dynamic Spectrum Co-use in Secondary User Cognitive Radio Societies, Proceedings of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 157-162, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2014.

  8. Jeremy Seideman and Bilal Khan. Identifying Malware Genera using the Jensen-Shannon Distance Between System Call Traces, Proceedings of MALCON: International Conference on Malicious and Unwanted Software, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, 2014.

  9. Jeremy Seideman and Bilal Khan. Malware Biodiversity, Proceedings of MALCON: 9th International Conference on Malicious and Unwanted Software, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, 2014.

  10. Yuri Cantor, Bilal Khan, and Kirk Dombrowski. Towards a Formal Understanding of Bateson's Rule: Chromatic Symmetry in Cyclic Boolean Networks and its Relationship to Organism Growth and Cell Differentiation, Proceedings of Complex Adaptive Systems, Philadelphia, PA, 2014.


  11. 2013

  12. Osama Awwad, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Ghassen Ben Brahim, Bilal Khan and Ammar Rayes. Distributed Topology Control in Large-Scale Hybrid RF/FSO Networks: SIMT GPU-Based Particle Swarm Optimization Approach, International Journal of Communication Systems, 26(7), 888–911, Wiley, 2013.

  13. Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan, Katherine McLean, Travis Wendel, Evan Misshula, Samuel Friedman and Ric Curtis. A re-examination of connectivity trends via Exponential Random Graph modeling in two IDU risk networks, Substance Use and Misuse, 48(14), 1485-1497 , 2013.

  14. Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan, Joshua Moses, Emily Channell, and Ric Curtis. Sampling Social Divisions in a Rural Inuit Community, Identities, 21(2), 134-151, Routledge; Taylor and Francis, 2013.

  15. Bilal Khan, Kirk Dombrowski, Mohammad Saad, and Katherine McLean. Network firewall dynamics and the subsaturation stabilization of HIV, Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, 720818, 16 pages, Hindawi, 2013.

  16. Kirk Dombrowski, Ric Curtis, Samuel R. Friedman, and Bilal Khan. Topological and Historical Considerations for Infectious Disease Transmission among Injecting Drug Users in Bushwick, Brooklyn (USA), World Journal of AIDS, 3(1), 1–9, 2013.

  17. Kirk Dombrowski, B. Khan, E. Channell, J. Moses, K. McLean, N. Dombrowski. Kinship, Family, and Exchange in a Labrador Inuit Community, Arctic Anthropology, 50(1), 89-104, UWPress, 2013.

  18. Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan, Joshua Moses, Emily Channell, and Evan Misshula. Assessing Respondent Driven Sampling for Network Studies in Ethnographic Contexts, Advances in Anthropology, 3(1), SCIRP, 2013.

  19. Kirk Dombrowski, E. Channell, B. Khan, J. Moses, and E. Misshula. Out on the Land: Income, Subsistence Activities and Food Sharing Networks in Nain, Labrador, Journal of Anthropology, 185048, Hindawi, 2013.

  20. Hesham Abed, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Bilal Khan, Ammar Rayes. Prediction in Autonomic Networks Based on Trend and Frequency Analysis of Anomalous Patterns, International Journal of Network Management, 23(3), 186–213, 2013.

  21. Mohammad Saad and Bilal Khan. Dynamic Optimization of Caregiver Schedules based on Vital Sign Streams, E-Health Telecommunication Systems and Networks, 2013.

  22. Jeremy Seideman, Bilal Khan, Ghassen Ben Brahim. Determining vulnerability resolution time by examining malware proliferation rates, Proceedings of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 1678 - 1682, Sardinia, 2013.

  23. Omer Demir, Bilal Khan, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Ghassen Ben Brahim. Optimizing Agent Placement for Flow Reconstruction of DDoS Attacks, Proceedings of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 83 - 89, IEEE, 2013.

  24. Mohamed Saad, Bilal Khan, Ghassen Ben Brahim. An Evaluation of the Risk Impact of Device Heterogeneity on Critical Care Delivery, Proceedings of 5th Int. Conf. on Modeling Simulation and Applied Optimization, 1-6, Hammamet, Tunisia, IEEE, 2013.


  25. 2012

  26. Alissa R. Ackerman and Bilal Khan. Assessing reporting patterns of child sexual abuse within the Catholic Church using discontinuities in model parameter timeseries, Social Science Research, 41(2), 253-262, Elsevier, 2012.

  27. Osama Awwad, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Bilal Khan and Ghassen Ben Brahim. Topology Control Schema for Better QoS in Hybrid RF/FSO Mesh Networks, IEEE Transactions on Communications, 60(5), 1398-1406, IEEE, 2012.

  28. M. Ahmad, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Osama Awwad and Bilal Khan. Synergies of Radio Frequency and Free Space Optics Communication: New Hybrid Solutions for Next Generation Wireless Mesh Networks, International Journal of Computer Networks (IJCN), 4(5), 2012.

  29. Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan, Travis Wendel, Katherine McLean and Ric Curtis. Estimating the Size of the Methamphetamine-Using Population in New York City Using Network Sampling Techniques, Journal of Advances in Applied Sociology, 2(4), 245–252, 2012.


  30. 2011

  31. Bilal Khan and Kiran Bhutani. Compression and expansion in graphs using overlays, Networks, 58, 36-42, 2011.

  32. Yuri Cantor, Bilal Khan and Kirk Dombrowski. Heterogeneity and its Impact on Thermal Robustness and Attractor Density, Proceedings of Complex Adaptive Systems, 6, 1-7, Chicago, Illinois , Elsevier, 2011.

  33. Omer Demir and Bilal Khan. Finding DDoS attack sources: Searchlight localization algorithm for network tomography, Proceedings of IWCMC, 418-423, Istanbul, Turkey, IEEE, 2011.

  34. Bilal Khan, Kirk Dombrowski et al. IDU Network Topologies and HIV Stabilization Dynamics, 244 pages, National Institute of Health, 2011.

  35. Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan et al. The Nain Networks Project, 196 pages, National Science Foundation and Nunatsiavut Research Committee, 2011.


  36. 2010

  37. Richard Randall and Bilal Khan. Fred Lerdahl’s Tonal Pitch Space Model and associated metric spaces, Journal of Mathematics and Music, 4(3), 121-131, Taylor and Francis, 2010.

  38. Zeki Bilgin and Bilal Khan. Dynamic power budget distribution schemes that optimize connection lifetimes in MANETS, International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communication Systems, 5(4), 360-385, Inderscience, 2010.

  39. Yuri Cantor, Nancy Griffeth and Bilal Khan. Securing BGP Through Existing Infrastructure and Contractual Chains, Proceedings of the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy conference, San Jose, CA, 2010.

  40. Omer Demir and Bilal Khan. Quantifying Distributed System Stability through Simulation: A Case Study of an Agent-Based System for Flow Reconstruction of DDoS Attacks, Proceedings of International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Modelling and Simulation, 312-317, Liverpool, UK, IEEE, 2010.

  41. Osama Awwad, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Bilal Khan, D. Kountanis and D. Benhaddou. GPU-Based Particle Swarm Optimization for Topology Control in Hybrid RF/FSO Mesh Networks, Proceedings of International Communications Conference, Capetown, South Africa, 2010.

  42. Zeki Bilgin and Bilal Khan. A Dynamic Route Optimization Mechanism for AODV in MANET, Proceedings of International Conference Communications, 1550-3607, Capetown, South Africa, IEEE, 2010.

  43. Zeki Bilgin, Bilal Khan and Ala Al-Fuqaha. Using Connection Expansion to Reduce Control Traffic in MANETs, Proceedings of International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 534-538 , Caen, France, 2010.

  44. Zeki Bilgin, Bilal Khan and Ala Al-Fuqaha. Only the Short Die Old: Route Optimization in MANETs by Dynamic Subconnection Shrinking, Proceedings of International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 681-685 , Caen, France, Association of Computing Machinery, 2010.

  45. Zeki Bilgin and Bilal Khan. Having ones cake and eating it too: Better routes and lower control traffic for AODV, Proceedings of Med-Hoc-Net, 1-8, Juan-Les-Pins, France, IEEE, 2010.

  46. Omer Demir, Bilal Khan and Ala Al-Fuqaha. Reconstruction of Malicious Internet Flows, Proceedings of International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 1182-1187 , Caen, France, Association of Computing Machinery, 2010.

  47. Mohsen Guizani and Ammar Rayes and Bilal Khan and Ala Al-Fuqaha. Network Modeling and Simulation: A Practical Perspective, 304 pages, Wiley, 2010.

  48. Travis Wendel, Bilal Khan, Kirk Dombrowski, Ric Curtis, Katherine McLean, Evan Misshula, Robert Riggs and David M. Marshall IV. Dynamics of Methamphetamine Markets in New York City, Final Report to the U.S. Department of Justice, 266 pages, 2010.


  49. 2009

  50. Jaroslaw Paduch, Jamie Levy and Bilal Khan. Using a Secure Permutational Covert Channel to Detect Local and Wide Area Interposition Attacks, Proceedings of IWCMC Computer and Network Security Symposium, 79-83 , Leipzig, Germany, Association of Computing Machinery, 2009.

  51. Carol Dottin and Bilal Khan. Scheduling Cooperative Emergency Response (or how the Meek shall overcome the Greedy), Proceedings of IWCMC International Workshop on Advanced Topics in Mobile Computing for Emergency Management, 598-602, Leipzig, Germany, 2009.

  52. Zeki Bilgin and Bilal Khan. Balancing Power: Tradeoffs between Connection Lifetime and Control Traffic Overhead in MANETS, IEEE International Conference on Communications, 883-887 , Leipzig, Germany, Association of Computing Machinery, 2009.

  53. Osama Awwad, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Bilal Khan, D. Benhaddou, Mohsen Guizani and Ammar Rayes. Bayesian-Based Game Theoretic Model to Guarantee Cooperativeness in Hybrid RF/FSO Mesh Networks, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, Honolulu, Hawaii, IEEE, 2009.


  54. 2008

  55. Ala Al-Fuqaha, Bilal Khan, Mohsen Guizani, Ammar Rayes, Osama Awwad, Ghassen Ben Brahim. Opportunistic Channel Selection Strategy for Better QoS in Cooperative Networks with Cognitive Radio Capabilities, IEEE Journal of Selected Areas in Communications, 156 - 167, IEEE, 2008.

  56. Jamie Levy, Jaroslaw Paduch and Bilal Khan. Superimposing Permutational Covert Channels onto Reliable Stream Protocols, Proceedings of MALWARE, 2008.

  57. Bilal Khan and Kiran Bhutani. Sparse Periodic Goldbach Sets, Proceedings of The Third International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, Dubai, UAE, 2008.

  58. Bilal Khan and Kiran Bhutani. Graphic Arithmetic II: +Irreducibility,Canonical Decompositions and Cancellation Laws, Proceedings of The Third International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, Dubai, UAE, 2008.

  59. Ghassen Ben Brahim, A. Al-Fuquaha, M. Guizani and B. Khan. A Model for Cooperative Mobility and Budgeted QoS in MANETs with Heterogenous Autonomy Requirements, Proceedings of Globecom, 1-5, New Orleans, LO, IEEE, 2008.

  60. Bilal Khan and Kiran Bhutani. Designing scalable networks with multiple personalities, Proceedings of The Third International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, Dubai, UAE, 2008.

  61. Zeki Bilgin and Bilal Khan. Increasing Connection Lifetimes through Dynamic Distribution of Budgeted Power, Proceedings of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, Crete Island, Crete Island, Greece, Association of Computing Machinery, 2008.


  62. 2007

  63. Bilal Khan, Alexei Miasnikov and Denis Serbin. On positive theories of groups with regular free length functions, Journal of Computation and Algebra, 17(1), World Scientific, 2007.

  64. Bilal Khan, Kiran Bhutani, Delaram Kahrobaei. A Graphic Generalization of Arithmetic, Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory, 7.A12, 2007.

  65. Joel Sandin and Bilal Khan. Petrifying Worm Cultures: Scalable Detection and Immunization in Untrusted Environments, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Communications, 1423-1428, Glasgow, Scotland, 2007.

  66. Jamie Levy and Bilal Khan. Hiding Your Wares: Transparently Retrofitting Memory Confidentiality into Legacy Applications, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Communications, 1368-1372, Glasgow, Scotland, IEEE, 2007.

  67. Mohsen Guizani, Ghassen Ben Brahim, Al-Fuqaha, and Bilal Khan. Surrendering Autonomy: Can Cooperative Mobility Help?, Proceedings of 13th Euro-Par, 901-910, Rennes, France, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007.

  68. Ghassen Ben Brahim, Osama Awaad, Ala Al-Fuquaha, Bilal Khan and Mohsen Guizani. Using MILP for Optimal Movement Planning in MANETs with Cooperative Mobility, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom `, 1201 - 1205, Washington, DC, 2007.

  69. Ghassen Ben Brahim, Ala Al-Fuqaha, D. Kountanis and Bilal Khan. A New Fuzzy-Based Cooperative Movement Model in Support of QoS in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks, Proceedings of IWCMC, Honolulu, Hawaii, 158-163 , Honolulu, Hawaii, ACM, 2007.

  70. Bilal Khan, Ghassen Ben Brahim and Ala Al-Fuqaha. Multigrid Techniques for Movement Planning in MANETs with Cooperative Mobility, Proceedings of International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 197-201 , Honolulu, Hawaii, ACM, 2007.


  71. 2006

  72. Ghassen Ben Brahim, Bilal Khan, Ala Al-Fuqaha and Mohsen Guizani. Duplicity versus Strength: Reducing the Bit Error Rate of Power-Budgeted Connections in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks, International Journal of Sensor Networks, 4(3), 145-154, Inderscience, 2006.

  73. Delaram Kahrobaei and Bilal Khan. A Non-Commutative Generalization of ElGamal Key Exchange using Polycyclic Groups, Proceedings of Globecom, 1-5, San Francisco, CA, IEEE, 2006.

  74. Bilal Khan and Ghassen Ben Brahim. Budgeting Power:Packet Duplication and Bit Error Rate Reduction in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks, Proceedings of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 293-298 , Vancouver, Canada, 2006.

  75. Bilal Khan, Ghassen Ben Brahim, Ala Al-Fuqaha and Mohsen Guizani. Using Energy-Efficient Overlays to Reduce Packet Error Rates in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks, Proceeding of IEEE Conference on Communications, Istanbul Turkey, 8, 3717-3722, Istanbul, Turkey, 2006.

  76. Bilal Khan, Ghassen Ben Brahim, Ala Al-Fuqaha and Mohsen Guizani. Harnessing the Parity of Multiple Errors in End-to-End MAC Schemes, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, 1-5, San Fancisco, CA, IEEE, 2006.

  77. Bilal Khan, Ghassen Ben Brahim, Ala Al-Fuqaha and Mohsen Guizani. Minimizing Wireless Connection BER through the Dynamic Distribution of Budgeted Power, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, 1-5, San Francisco, CA, IEEE, 2006.

  78. Richard Randall and Bilal Khan. Similarity Measures for Tonal Models, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Bologna, Italy, Bononia University Press, M. Baroni, A. R. Addessi, R. Casterina, and M. Costa, 2006.


  79. 2005

  80. Kiran Bhutani, Bilal Khan. Distance Between Graphs Using Graph Labelings, Ars Combinatoria, 77, 45-52, 2005.

  81. Bilal Khan. Computation with Polytopal Uncertainty in d-Dimensional Euclidean Space, Proceedings of Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Orlando, Florida, 2005.


  82. 2004

  83. Bilal Khan, Dardo D. Kleiner, David Talmage and Abdella Battou. The Effect of Wavelength Advertisement on the Performance of an Optical Routing Protocol, Proceedings of IEEE Globecomm, 3, 1985-1988, Dallas,TX, 2004.

  84. Bilal Khan, Dardo D. Kleiner and David Talmage. The Buck Stops Here: Trust Management in Multi-Agent Systems with Accountability, Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Multi-Agent Security and Survivability, 46 - 54, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, IEEE, 2004.


  85. 2003

  86. Kiran Bhutani, Bilal Khan. A Metric on the Class of Connected Simple Graphs of Given Order, Aequationes Mathematicae, 66(3), 232-240, Basel, Springer, 2003.

  87. Bilal Khan. The Structure of Automorphic Conjugacy in the Free Group of Rank Two, Contemporary Mathematics Series , 349, 115-196, American Mathematical Society , 2003.


  88. 2002

  89. Abdella Battou, Bilal Khan, Daniel C. Lee, Sean Mountcastle, David Talmage and Spencer Marsh. CASiNO: component architecture for simulating network objects, Software Practice and Experience, 32(11), 1099-1128, Wiley, 2002.

  90. Abdella Battou, Bilal Khan, Daniel C. Lee, Spencer Marsh, Sean Mountcastle and David Talmage. SEAN for modeling and simulating ATM Signaling, Transactions of the Society for Computer Simulation International, 78(4), 231-238, Sage Publications, 2002.

  91. Bilal Khan. Positively Generated Subgroups of Free Groups and the Hanna Neumann Conjecture, Contemporary Mathematics Series, 296, 155-170, American Mathematical Society , 2002.

  92. Kiran Bhutani, Bilal Khan and Birendro Roy. Tradeoffs in Load Balancing and Communication Minimization for Multi-Agent Systems, Proceedings of International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Acta, 2002.

  93. Kiran R. Bhutani and Bilal Khan. Minimizing Communication Costs in Hierarchical Multi-Agent Systems, Proceedings of The Joint Conference on Information Sciences JCIS, 1435-1442, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2002.

  94. Abdella Battou, Ghassen Ben Brahim and Bilal Khan. The Optical Network Control Plane, Chapter 5 in Optical Switching/Networking and Computing for Multimedia Systems, 133-178, Marcel-Dekker, Abdella Battou and Mohsen Guizani, 2002.


  95. 2001

  96. Bilal Khan, Dardo D. Kleiner and David Talmage. OPTIPRISM: A Distributed Hierarchical Network Management System for All-Optical Networks, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, 3, 1531-1535, San Antonio, Texas, IEEE, 2001.

  97. Bilal Khan, David Talmage, Sean Mountcastle, Abdella Battou and Spencer Marsh. Introducing PRouST: The PNNI Routing and Simulation Toolkit, Proceedings of IEEE Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing, Dallas, Texas, 335-341, Dallas, TX, IEEE, 2001.


  98. 2000

  99. Abdella Battou, Kiran Bhutani and Bilal Khan. Two Approaches for Aggregation of Peer Group Topology in Hierarchical PNNI Networks, International Journal of Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing, 6(2), 125-134, Autosoft Press, Taylor and Francis, 2000.

  100. Bilal Khan, Dardo D. Kleiner and David Talmage. Towards an Agent-based Distributed Hierarchical Network Management System for All-Optical Networks, Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Mobile Agents and Telecommunications Applications, 2164, 103-113, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000.

  101. Ghassen Ben Brahim, Bilal Khan, Abdella Battou, Mohsen Guizani and Ghulam Chaudhry. Routing Protocols for Optical Networks, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, San Francisco, CA, IEEE, 2000.

  102. Ghassen Ben Brahim, Bilal Khan, Abdella Battou, Mohsen Guizani and Ghulam Chaudhry. TRON: The Toolkit for Routing in Optical Networks, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, 3, 1445-1449, San Antonio, TX, IEEE, 2000.

  103. Abdella Battou, Bilal Khan, Daniel Lee, Spencer Marsh, Sean Mountcastle and David Talmage. Introducing SEAN: The Signaling Entity for ATM Networks, Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, 1, 532-537, San Francisco, CA, IEEE, 2000.

  104. Bilal Khan, Dardo Kleiner and David Talmage. CHIME: The Cellular Hierarchy Information Modeling Environment, Proceedings of International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Las Vegas, NV, 2000.


  105. 1999

  106. Abdella Battou, Bilal Khan and Sean Mountcastle. PNNI and the Optimal Design of High-speed ATM Networks, Journal of Informatica, 23(4), 1999.

  107. Abdella Battou, Bilal Khan, Daniel Lee, Spencer Marsh, Sean Mountcastle and David Talmage. CASiNO: A Component Architecture for Simulation of Network Objects, Proceedings of the Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems, Chicago, IL, 1999.


  108. 1998

  109. Baruch Awerbuch, Yi Du, Bilal Khan and Yuval Shavitt. Routing Through Networks with Hierarchical Topology Aggregation, Journal of High Speed Networks, 7(1), 57-73, IOS Press, 1998.

  110. Baruch Awerbuch, Yi Du, Bilal Khan and Yuval Shavitt. Routing through teranode networks with topology aggregation, Proceedings of the Third IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications Systems, Athens, Greece, 1998.

    Submitted for review

  1. Emily Channell, Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan, Joshua Moses, and Evan Misshula. Employment Status and Access to Subsistence Resources in Inuit Labrador, Journal of Anthropological Research, Submitted.

  2. Bilal Khan and Kiran Bhutani. Additive Centralizers in Graphic Arithmetic, International Journal of Graphs and Combinatorics, Submitted.

  3. Yuri Cantor, Bilal Khan and Kirk Dombrowski. A note on cyclic symmetric Boolean dynamical systems with unique fixed points, International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, Submitted.

    In preparation

  1. Toshiaki Jitsukawa, Bilal Khan and Alexei Miasnikov. On the Hanna Neumann Conjecture, In preparation.

  2. Bilal Khan. On the Gromov Hyperbolicity of the Automorphism Graph of the Free Group of Rank Two, In preparation.

  3. John DeCarlo, Vincenzo Sainato and Bilal Khan. An Analysis of the Possible Influence of Certain Environmental Factors on Police Activity, Criminal Aggression and Violent Crime, In preparation.

Student advisement
    Doctoral

  1. Jeremy Seideman (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Towards a Theory of Natural Selection and Evolution in Malware, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, In progress.

  2. Yuri Cantor (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Heterogeneity and Thermal Robustness in Discrete Dynamical Systems, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, In progress.

  3. Deniz Sarioz (Ph.D. Committee Member), Obstacle representations of graphs, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, In progress.

  4. Mohamed Saad (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Security and Privacy in Healthcare, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2010.

  5. Zeki Bilgin (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Improving Performance of Active MANET Connections through Dynamic Route Optimization and Maintenance, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2010.

  6. Omer Demir (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), A Scalable Agent-based System for Network Flow Reconstruction with Applications to Determining the Structure and Dynamics of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2010.

  7. Eman Abdu (Ph.D. Thesis Advisor), Clustering Categorical Data using Summaries and Spectral Techniques, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2009.

  8. Enzo Sainato (Ph.D. Committee Member), Situational Surveillance Control, Department of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2009.

  9. Ghassen Ben Brahim (Ph.D. Committee Member), Cooperative Networking and Mobility in MANETs, Department of Computer Science, University of Western Michigan, 2007.

    Masters

  1. Richard Alcalde (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), Efficient data mining of forensic metadata from multi-disk environments, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, In progress.

  2. Cindy Zimmerman (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), An Evaluation of Private-Sector Digital Forensics Processes and Practices, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2013.

  3. Jessica Jaquez (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), Towards Scalable E-Discovery using Content-based Hierarchical File Clustering , Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2013.

  4. David Chan (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), JJ-BCI: A Prototype Platform for Brain Fingerprinting and Cognitive Forensics, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2011.

  5. Carol Dottin (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), Cooperative Networking and Control for Emergency Response Teams, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2009.

  6. Juseop Lim (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), A Feasibility Study on Wireless Device Location using a Single Directional Wireless Antenna, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2008.

  7. Jamie Levy (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), METAL Memory Encryption, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College CUNY, 2007.

  8. Ghassen Ben Brahim (M.Sc. Thesis Advisor), TRON: Toolkit for Routing in Optical Networks, Department of Computer Science, University of Missouri, Coumbia, 2007.

    Undergraduate Project Mentor

  1. Michael Tsamis. Auralizing network security data, John Jay College, 2011.

  2. Djonique Crisp. A meta network survey website generator, John Jay College, 2010.

  3. Carrie Schaper. LANscaper: An extensible SCAPY-based Network Monitoring Platform, John Jay College, 2009.

  4. Chunhui Meng. The design and implementation of CASPER, A system for computer analysis of student performance and educational retension, John Jay College, 2008.

  5. Petrit Duraku. Multi-resolution spatiotemporal databases in Java, John Jay College, 2006.

  6. Aljona Necaj. Distributed database implementation using MySQL and PHP, John Jay College, 2005.

  7. Claudine Grant. Object recognition algorithms in Java, John Jay College, 2005.

  8. James Johnson. A distributed event service with virtual synchrony, CMU, 2001.

  9. Birendro Roy. A simulator for investigating load and communication minimization in multi-agent systems, MIT, 2000.

  10. Nicolai Zeldovich. An ST protocol network driver for Linux, MIT, 1999.

  11. Ron Shacham. A multithreaded Java implementation of the CASiNO framework, Berkeley, 1999.

  12. Jennifer Trotta. A Visual Debugger Library for the CASiNO framework, Catholic University of America, 1999.

  13. Rudy Kellner. The SimKernel Debugger for the CASiNO framework, Rensaellaer, 1999.

  14. Max Berman. Interim Layer Network Management for ATM, Rensaellaer, 1998.

  15. Chris Westmoreland. ATM Network Management using SNMP, Rensaellaer, 1998.

  16. Rodney Walker. A hierarchical network designer and graphical layout tool for the PRouST ATM network simulator, University of Maryland Baltimore County, 1997.

  17. Daniel Russakoff. Automatic graph layout for CASiNO framework applications, Harvard University, 1997.

  18. Tolentino Correia. A library for transparent migration from TCP/IP to ATM, City College CUNY, 1997.

  19. Lionel Pagador. A live video capture transport system for native ATM, Johns Hopkins, 1997.

  20. Sean Mountcastle. CASiNO: A Rapid Prototyping Framework for Applications and Protocols for High-Speed Networks, Catholic University of America, 1997.