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John Heidemann
  











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John Heidemann received his PhD (in computer science) from UCLA's Computer Science Department in 1995 under Gerald Popek, and his BS in Computer Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1989. He is a research assistant professor at the University of Southern California's Computer Science Department. Currently, he teaches CSci551, Computer Communications. He is a senior project leader at the USC Information Sciences Institute. In his research, the focus is on two major areas: sensor networking and Internet traffic analysis. His networking research occurs in the context of ANT, the Analysis of Network Traffic group at ISI. His sensor networking work is part of I-LENSE, the ISI Laboratory for Embedded Networked Sensor Experimentation, in collaboration with CENS and the USC Embedded Network Laboratory. He is currently involved with SNUSE, LANDER, CiSoft, Rapidly Deployable Sensors for Vehicle Counting and Classification, MACSS, and Pervasive Monitoring and Control of Water Lifeline Systems for Disaster Recovery.


Students:

Vimarsh Puneet
     Vimarsh Puneet
Unkyu Park
Unkyu Park