Mohammed Atiquzzaman, Ph.D, IEEE Senior MemberAtiq

OU logoProfessor, School of Computer Science,
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019-6151.
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Award Presentation Students Research Interests

Professional Activities of Mohammed Atiquzzaman - Conference Session Chair

  •  Session chair, IEEE Globecom 2005
  •  Session chair, IEEE Globecom 2005
  •  Session chair, IEEE IC3N2002 11th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks, Miami, FL, October 14 - 16, 2002
  •  Session chair, at SPIE QoS 2002: Quality of Service over Next-Generation Internet (Part of ITCom 2002 29 July - 2 August, 2002, Boston, Massachusetts
  •  Session chair, for the session on Switch Architectures at Globecom 99 Dec 5-9, 1999, Brazil.
  •  Special Session on Performance of Internet Protocols over ATM Networks at the SPIE Voice, Video & Data Communications Conference November 1-6, 1998, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  •  Session on Enterprise Network Design & Implementation at ENCOM98: IEEE Enterprise Networking and Computing Conference "Altanta, Georgia, USA, June 1998"
  •  Session on ATM Switch Architectures at IEEE GLOBECOM97: "The Global Telecommunications Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, November 3-8, 1997"
  •  Session on Switching and Traffic Management in High Speed Networks at SPIE International Symposium Voice, Video, & Data Communications" "Conference on Performance & Control of Network Systems, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., November 2-5, 1997"
  •  "ATNAC96: Australian Telecommunications Networks and Applications Conference," Australia, Dec 1996
  •  Session on Theoretical Issues at ICA3PP95: IEEE First International Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing "Brisbane, Australia, April 1995."
  •  Session on Neural Networks at 9th International Conference on Systems Engineering Las Vegas, USA July 1993
  •  International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Computer Vision, Singapore, September 1990.


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