From CS 455/555 Fall 2009

CS455-F09: Final Paper Topics

Paper and Presentation Grading Guidelines

CS 555 Paper/Presentation Topics

StudentTopicPresentation Date
Abdulla AlasaadiBluetoothDec 8, slot 3
Ahmed AlsumCellular Internet AccessNov 24, slot 1
Priyanka BharatulaVoice over IPNov 19, slot 2
Vinay DhareshawarDNS AttacksNov 19, slot 3
Yukun FuCongestion Control of Wireless Sensor Networks for Improving Energy EfficiencyNov 24, slot 2
Sandeep GampaWiMAXDec 3, slot 1
Vikas Ganjigunte AshokLocalization in Mobile NetworksDec 8, slot 4
Rachana GeorgeIntrusion Detection SystemsDec 3, slot 3
Tihomir HristovIPsecDec 3, slot 2
Sateesh KadiyalaPeer-to-Peer ApplicationsNov 19, slot 1
Jianxiang LiIPv6Dec 8, slot 1
Milena MekteshevaCloud ComputingNov 24, slot 3
Elliott PeayNet NeutralityDec 1, slot 3
Widodo SamyonoPGPDec 8, slot 2
Dong SiSensor Networks for Environmental MonitoringDec 1, slot 1
Andrew SteffeyTCP over Wireless NetworksDec 1, slot 2

CS 455 Paper Topics

StudentTopic
Jacob BaughmanNet Neutrality
Rebecca CooperSecuring Wireless LANs (WEP)
Keisha JohnsonIntrusion Detection Systems
Jin Sung KimPPP
Eli LeymanDenial of Service Attacks
Steven MurrayWiMAX
Jamil PickettWiMAX
Dwight SwainNet Neutrality
Andrew ThiemanIntrusion Detection Systems
Andrew WhartonBluetooth
Tyler WoodIPv6

Paper Grading Guidelines

There are four main components to the grade for your paper:

Presentation Grading Guidelines

I will be looking for the following items when you give your presentation:

Slides

Presentation Style

Topic

Retrieved from http://www.cs.odu.edu/~mweigle/CS455-F09/Topics
Page last modified on November 05, 2009, at 04:07 PM