Kianoosh Ghoami Boroojeni received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Florida International University in 2017. He received his B.Sc degree from the University of Tehran in 2012. Dr. Boroojeni is the author/co-author of five books published by MIT Press and Springer Publication. He has also published tens of peer-reviewed journal papers and conference proceedings. He received a conference Best Paper Award and has been granted the 2016 Best Graduate Student Research Award by the School of Computing and Information Sciences, Florida International University. His research interests include network optimization and cybersecurity.
Honors and Awards
Best Paper Award for the paper entitled “STOP: Semicircular Trapping Overlay Protocol for Improving the Source-Location Privacy in Distributed Sensor Networks” in NSF-REU Workshop, Summer 2017.
Best Graduate Student Research Award- Florida International University, 2016.
Dissertation Year Fellowship Award, Florida International University, 2016.
Best Paper Award for the paper entitled “A Hybrid Model for Forecasting Power and Demand in Smart Grids” in Eighth International Conference on Computer Communication Networks, July 2014.