Dr. Kevin Ryan
|AFFILIATE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|Building: Babbio Center|
|School: Howe School of Technology Management|
- 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