Prasad Calyam - Mizzou Engineering

Prasad Calyam

Prasad Calyam

Director of Mizzou CERI, Greg L. Gilliom Professor of Cyber Security

221 Naka Hall

Phone: 573-882-9747


Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Prasad Calyam is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Greg L. Gilliom Professor of Cyber Security, director of the Cyber Education, Research and Infrastructure Center (Mizzou CERI) and a core faculty member in the MU Institute for Data Science & Informatics. Previously, 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 cloud computing, cybersecurity and computer networking. He has published more than 185 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: National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Energy (DOE), National Security Agency (NSA), Department of State (DOS), Army Research Lab (ARL), VMware, Cisco, Raytheon-BBN, Dell, Verizon, IBM, Huawei, Coulter Foundation, University of Missouri System, Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT), Internet2, and others. His basic research on multi-domain network measurement and monitoring has been commercialized as ‘Narada Metrics’. He currently serves as an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management, and previously served as an editor for IEEE Communications Magazine and chair of NSF visioning workshops. He is a Senior IEEE Member.


PhD from Ohio State University
MS from Ohio State University
BE from Bangalore University


Home Page

CERI Center

Cybersecurity Center @ Mizzou

Technical Focus

Cloud computing
Computer networking