Summer Practice

Prospective students may want to take a look at my research work.

Three other interesting sites are the software engineering academic genealogy,
the mathematics genealogy project,
and the AMS collaboration distance calculator.

The area of performance modeling and analysis that I am interested in requires
a solid background in computer engineering and specifically in probability theory,
linear algebra, numerical analysis, and high-level programming, which one
must either have or be willing to develop.

Further information can be obtained by writing me at
or by obtaining an appointment from (312) 290-1981 to meet me.