Research Committee Chair, DTL & Lead Inventive Scientist – AT&T Labs-Research
Balachander Krishnamurthy is a lead inventive scientist at AT&T Labs–Research.
His focus of research is in the areas of Internet privacy, Online Social
Networks, and Internet measurements. He has authored and edited ten books,
published over one hundred technical papers, holds sixty nine patents, and
has given invited talks in thirty five countries.
He co-founded the successful ACM Internet Measurement Conference in 2000 and
in 2013 the Conference on Online Social Networks (http://cosn.acm.org). He has
been on the thesis committee of several PhD students, collaborated with over
eighty researchers worldwide, and given tutorials at several industrial
sites and conferences.
His most recent book “Internet Measurements: Infrastructure, Traffic and
Applications” (525pp, Wiley, with Mark Crovella), was published in July
2006 and is the first book focusing on Internet Measurement. His previous book
‘Web Protocols and Practice: HTTP/1.1, Networking Protocols, Caching,
and Traffic Measurement’ (672 pp, Addison-Wesley, with Jennifer Rexford)
is the first in-depth book on the technology underlying the World Wide Web,
and has been translated into Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese.
Bala is homepageless and not on any OSN but many of his papers can be
found at http://www.research.att.com/~bala/papers