Sam Sengupta, Ph.D.
Professor, Computer Science
(University of Waterloo)
Sam Sengupta's work spans various topics in applied mathematics and computer science. He taught for six years at the University of Guelph in Canada
before joining SUNYIT in the eighties. His current research interests include modeling of computer systems, computer networks, and distributed and
real-time systems. During the last five years, his research endeavors have been confined mostly to the following topics: Intrusion-detection,
Generalized Resource Reservation Protocol, Autonomous Systems, Peer-to-peer systems and attendant security issues.