My research interests span all of computer network systems, protocols and applications, and
also include cloud computing, mobile systems, programmable networks,
and privacy enhancing technologies.
Previously I served as a
at the National Science Foundation in the
Division of Computer & Network Systems in the CISE Directorate.
My responsibilities included
the Network Technologies & Systems (NeTS) core program, mid-scale research infrastructures including
NSF Cloud, GENI, and US Ignite smart cities. I also supported Optics & Photonics, Campus CyberInfrastructure, Smart & Connected Health,
and NSF partnerships with Japan, Brazil and the European Commission.
I received a 2018 NSF Director's Award for Superior Accomplishment (with T. Nandagopal, K. Calvert, and M. Houghton) for lauching the Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program.
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-- Jack Brassil (\`brah-sel\ rhymes with castle)
- "Disruption at the Internet Edge,
Fourth IEEE Workshop on Hot Topics in Web Systems and Technologies (HotWeb 2016),
Washington, DC, Oct. 2016.
- "Locating Mobile Devices Indoors: Opportunities, Theory and Practice,
Intl. Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN 2013),
Nassau, Bahamas, Aug. 2013.
- "Security and Privacy in the Mobile Cloud,"
Intl. Workshop on Cloud Computing and Information Security (CCIS 2013),
Shanghai, China, Nov. 2013.
- "Verifying the Location of a Mobile Device User," J. T.
Brassil, P. K. Manadhata, Proc. of Mobisec 2012, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, June 2012. (Best Paper Award)
- "Technical Challenges in Location-Aware Video Surveillance Privacy",
Protecting Privacy in Video Surveillance,
A. Senior (Ed.), New York, Springer, 2009.
- "Structuring Internet Media Streams with Cueing Protocols," J. T.
Brassil, H. Schulzrinne, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking,
vol. 10, no. 4, August 2002, pp. 466-476.