Professor, University Missouri-Columbia

Cyber Security Track

Prasad Calyam is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at University of Missouri-Columbia, a Core Faculty in the University of Missouri Informatics Institute (MUII), and Director of Cyber Education and Research Initiative (CERI) for the MU College of Engineering. 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, Cyber Security, Computer Networking, Networked-Multimedia Applications, and Advanced Cyberinfrastructure. He has published over 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 R&D projects. His research sponsors include: National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Energy (DOE), Army Research Lab (ARL), VMware, Cisco, Raytheon-BBN, Dell, Verizon, IBM, Huawei, Coulter Foundation, Internet2, and others. His basic research and software on multi-domain network measurement and monitoring has been commercialized as ‘Narada Metrics’. He is a Senior Member of IEEE.