Dr. Kevin Ryan
|AFFILIATE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|Building: Babbio Center|
|School: School of Business|
- Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering (1996), Stevens Institute of Technology
- Ph. D. Dissertation; "Overload Performance and User Mobility for a Mobile Communication System"
- M.S. (1980), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Thesis: "Parallel Algorithms and Techniques For Solving Linear Equations"
- B.E. (EE) (1978), Manhattan College. Summa Cum Laude
- Application of Mobile Wireless Technologies to the Delivery of Healthcare Services
- Dynamic Spectrum Allocation and Dynamic Spectrum Access Wireless Networks
- 3G and 4G Mobile Wireless Networks
- Evolution of Wireless Networks
- Network Architecture and Quality of Service
AT&T Bell Laboratories (now Alcatel Lucent Technologies) 1978 to 2001.Dr Ryan worked in wireless communications,education and training (wireless and data networks), high-speed networking and local access.
- Stevens Institute of Technology, 2001-Present
- AT&T Bell Labs/Lucent Technologies; Distinguished Member of Technical Staff/MTS, 1978 - 2001
- New York Institute of Technology, 1997-1999, Adjunct Faculty
- Stevens Institute of Technology, 1993; 1998-2001, Adjunct Faculty
- Monmouth University, 1992. Adjunct Faculty.
- Monmouth University, 1990-91 Advisor for a Master's Thesis in the field of congestion control in BISDN/ATM networks.
Howe School – Graduate Curriculum Committee, 2004 – 2007
Academic Research Committee, 2004 – 2006
Business and Technology Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 2006 – Present
Telecommunications Management Academic Committee, 2002 - Present
AACSB Accreditation – Assurance of Learning Committee, 2005 – Present
Participation Standards Committee, 2005 – Present
Annual Giving Council (Faculty EAS Representative), 2006 – Present
Health Insurance Advisory Committee, 2007 - Present
Invited reviewer for IEEE conference and transaction papers
Honors & Awards
- 2005/2006 Alexander Crombie Humphery's Distinguished Associate Professor Teaching Award
- 2002/2003 Wesley. J. Howe School of Technology Management Outstanding Teacher Award.
- Bell Labs Distinguished Member Technical Staff Award
- Manhattan College Engineering Award
- Listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers
- Manhattan College Information Technology Board of Advisors
- Passaic County Technical Institute (NJ High School) Advisory Board
- Member of Tau Beta Pi
- Member of Eta Kappa Nu
- Member of the IEEE
Grants, Contracts & Funds
- Dynamic Intelligent Management of Spectrum for Ubiquitous Mobile Networks NSF Grant; 9/1/04 - 8/31/07; Co-Principle Investigator
- Mobile Technologies as Healthcare Delivery Innovations Howe School Alliance for Technology Management/Center for Technology Management Research Grant; Awarded July, 2009 (Joint work with Dr. Carol Brown)
- V. Gunasekaran, F. Harmantzis, and K. Ryan. "Strategic Investment Analysis for Migration Beyond 3G Wireless Networks", NETNOMICS: Economic Research and Electronic Networking: Volume 9, Issue 1 (2009), Page 47., Springer.
- K. Ryan, E. Aravantinos, and M. Buddhikot (Aug 2006). "A New Pricing Model for Next Generation Spectrum Access", First International Workshop on Technology and Policy for Accessing Spectrum (TAPAS 2006), Boston, MA.
- K. Ryan, M. Buddhikot. (Nov 2005). "Spectrum Management in Coordinated Dynamic Spectrum Access Based Cellular Networks", The First IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks Conference, USA .
- K. Ryan, M. Buddhikot, P. Kolodzy, S. Miller, and J. Evans. (Jun 2005). "DIMSUMNet: New Directions in Wireless Networking using Coordinated Dynamic Spectrum Access", The IEEE WoW MoM Conference, Italy.
- Ryan, K., Sohraby, K.. (Jul 2002). "An Architecture for Signaling and Control in Optical Networks", The 6th, World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics, Orlando, FL.
- Ryan, K., Heffes, H.. (1998). "Analysis of a Class of Overload Control Schemes for a Mobile Communication System", Applied Telecommunication Symposium, Washington D.C.
- Ryan, K., Heffes, H.. (May 1997). "User Mobility and Channel Holding Time in Mobile Communications", Proceedings of IEEE Vehicular, Technology Conference, Phoenix AZ.
- EE 583 Wireless communications
- EE 586 Wireless Networking: Architecture, Protocols and Standards
- BT 223 Applied Models and Simulation
- TM 550 Introduction to Telecommunications Concepts
- TM 601 Principles of Applied Telecommunications Technology
- TM 610 Business Information Networks
- TM 612 Regulation and Policy in the Telecommunication Industry
- TM 614 Principles of Traffic Engineering and Performance Analysis
- TM 615 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing
- TM 617 Next Generation Wireless Systems
- TM 618 Wireless Network Performance Management
- TM 630 Broadband Networking Services and Technology