Next Generation Secure and Available Networks
Ozan Tonguz is a Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
His research interests are in telecommunications and networking. More specifically, the three major areas that he is currently active in are Optical Networks, Wireless Networks and Communications Systems, High Speed Networking.
PhD, 1990, Electrical Engineering, Rutgers.
MS, 1986, Electrical Engineering, Rutgers.
BS, 1980, Electronic Engineering, University of Essex.
Research Area: Next Generation Secure and Available Networks
Researchers: Marija Ilic, Ozan TonguzResearch Area: Next Generation Secure and Available Networks
Researcher: Ozan TonguzResearchers: Marija Ilic, Ozan Tonguz
"Implementing Virtual Traffic Lights with Partial Penetration: A Game-Theoretic Approach". O. Tonguz, W. Viriyasitavat, and J. M. Roldan, IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 52, no. 12, pp. 173-182, 2014.
"Geometry-Based Vehicle-to-Vehicle Channel Modeling for Large-Scale Simulation". M. Boban, J. Barros, and O. Tonguz, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 63, no. 9, pp. 4146-4164, 2014.
"Deploying Roadside Units in Sparse Vehicular Networks: What Really Works and What Does Not". A. B. Reis, F. Neves, S. Sargento, and O. Tonguz, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 63, no. 6, pp. 2794-2806, 2014.
"Inter-Vehicle Communication: Quo Vadis". F. Dressler, H. Hartenstein, O. Altintas, and O. Tonguz, IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 52, no. 6, pp. 170-177, 2014.
"TVR: Tall Vehicle Relaying in Vehicular Networks". M. Boban, R. Meireles, J. Barros, P. Steenkiste, and O. Tonguz, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 1118-1131, 2014.
"An Empirical Performance Study of Intra-vehicular Wireless Sensor Networks under WiFi and Bluetooth Interference".
Lin, J.-R., Talty, T., & Tonguz, O. (2013). Globecom: Global Communications Conference, 6.
"Cars as Roadside Units: A Self-Organizing Network Solution".
Tonguz, O., & Viriyasitavat, W. (2013). IEEE Communications Magazine, 51(12), 112-120.