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Eric Torng

Eric Torng

Eric Torng

Associate Professor; Associate Chair for Research and Faculty Development, Associate Dean of Graduate School

Biography

Eric Torng is a member of the Digital Evolution Laboratory and a founding member of the Quantitative Biology and Modeling Initiative at Michigan State University. He serves as graduate director for the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include algorithms, on-line algorithms, scheduling, computational complexity, TCAM, packet processing.

Research Area
Awards
Michigan State University Teacher-Scholar Award, 1999
College of Engineering Withrow Teaching Excellence Award, 1996, 2002
Education
Ph.D., Computer Science, Stanford University 1994
M.S., Computer Science, Stanford University 1992
B.A., Computer Science, Princeton University 1989
Publications
Maximizing Network Topology Lifetime using Mobile Node Rotation, Coauthors: Fatme El-Moukaddem and Guoliang Xing, Proceedings of the International Conference on Wireless Algorithms, Systems, and Applications (WASA), 2012
FlowSifter: A Counting Automata Approach to Layer 7 Field Extraction for Deep Flow Inspection, Coauthors: Chad Meiners, Eric Norige, and Alex Liu, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM), pages 1746-1754, 2012
Mobile relay configuration in data-intensive Wireless Sensor Networks, Coauthors: Fatme El-Moukaddem and Guoliang Xing, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), 2011
Bypassing space explosion in regular expression matching for network intrusion detection and prevention systems, Coauthors: Jignesh Patel and Alex Liu, Proceedings of the ISOC Network and Distributed System Symposium (NDSS), 15 pages, 2012
MSU Scholars ID
eric-k-torng-2