Prasad Calyam, Associate Professor, Director of Cyber Education and Research Initiative (CERI), Robert H. Buescher Faculty Fellow
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Prasad Calyam is an associate professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Missouri, Director of Cyber Education and Research Initiative (CERI) for the MU College of Engineering, and a Core Faculty in the University of Missouri Informatics Institute (MUII). He was awarded the Robert H. Buescher Faculty Fellowship in 2018. Before coming to the university in 2013, he was a research director at the Ohio Supercomputer Center/Ohio Academic Resources Network at The Ohio State University. He currently directs a research group in the Virtualization, Multimedia and Networking (VIMAN) Lab. His research and development areas of interest include distributed and cloud computing, computer networking, networked-multimedia applications and cyber security. He has published more than 100 papers in various conference and journal venues. As the principal investigator, he has successfully led teams of graduate, undergraduate and postdoctoral fellows in numerous federal-, state- and industry-sponsored research and development projects. His research sponsors include the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the Army Research Lab, VMware, Dell, IBM, Verizon, Cisco, Raytheon-BBN, the MU Coulter Translational Partnership (TP) Program, Huawei Technologies, Internet2 and others. His basic research on multi-domain network measurement and monitoring has been commercialized as ‘Narada Metrics’. He served as an editor for IEEE Communications Magazine, chair of NSF workshops and is a Senior IEEE Member.
PhD from The Ohio State University
MS from The Ohio State University
BE from Bangalore University
Distributed Cloud Computing