2020 - ACM Fellow For contributions to the security, privacy, and usability of mobile systems
2018 - ACM Distinguished Member
2009 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to parallel and distributed systems and wireless networks
2006 - ACM Senior Member
His primary scientific interests are in Mobile computing, Computer network, Distributed computing, Wireless network and Ubiquitous computing. The concepts of his Mobile computing study are interwoven with issues in mHealth, Wireless sensor network, Mobile device and Markov chain. His studies deal with areas such as Machine learning and Artificial intelligence as well as Computer network.
His Distributed computing study incorporates themes from Wireless ad hoc network, Wireless Routing Protocol, Directed graph and Dynamic Source Routing. As a part of the same scientific study, David Kotz usually deals with the Wireless network, concentrating on Radio propagation and frequently concerns with Network simulation and Fading. His Ubiquitous computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computer security, Information privacy, Anonymity, World Wide Web and Dissemination.
Computer network, Distributed computing, Computer security, mHealth and Wireless network are his primary areas of study. His biological study focuses on Mobile computing. Many of his studies on Mobile computing apply to Ubiquitous computing as well.
His research investigates the connection with Distributed computing and areas like Multiprocessing which intersect with concerns in File system. His Computer security research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of The Internet and Focus. His Wireless network study incorporates themes from Wireless ad hoc network and World Wide Web.
David Kotz mainly focuses on mHealth, Wearable computer, Psychological intervention, Intervention and Applied psychology. David Kotz has included themes like Digital health, Focus group, Gerontology and Public health in his mHealth study. His work deals with themes such as Human–computer interaction, Authentication and Artificial intelligence, which intersect with Wearable computer.
His research in Authentication tackles topics such as Communication channel which are related to areas like Transfer, Computer network, Wireless, Overhead and Information sensitivity. His Computer network study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Exploit and Bandwidth. His Wireless research includes themes of Signal and Antenna.
His main research concerns mHealth, Wearable computer, Psychological intervention, Public health and Real-time computing. His mHealth study also includes fields such as
David Kotz works mostly in the field of Real-time computing, limiting it down to topics relating to Commodity hardware and, in certain cases, Field. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Data sharing and Computer security. His study in Computer security is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Health data and Verifiable secret sharing.
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A Survey of Context-Aware Mobile Computing Research
Guanling Chen;David Kotz.
Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2000-381 (2000)
Analysis of a campus-wide wireless network
David Kotz;Kobby Essien.
Wireless Networks (2005)
The changing usage of a mature campus-wide wireless network
Tristan Henderson;David Kotz;Ilya Abyzov.
Computer Networks (2008)
Extracting a Mobility Model from Real User Traces
M. Kim;D. Kotz;S. Kim.
ieee international conference computer and communications (2006)
Disk-directed I/O for MIMD multiprocessors
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (1997)
Experimental evaluation of wireless simulation assumptions
David Kotz;Calvin Newport;Robert S. Gray;Jason Liu.
modeling analysis and simulation of wireless and mobile systems (2004)
Mobile agents and the future of the internet
David Kotz;Robert S. Gray.
Operating Systems Review (1999)
Anonysense: privacy-aware people-centric sensing
Cory Cornelius;Apu Kapadia;David Kotz;Dan Peebles.
international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services (2008)
The Galley parallel file system
Nils Nieuwejaar;David Kotz.
parallel computing (1997)
Evaluating location predictors with extensive Wi-Fi mobility data
L. Song;D. Kotz;R. Jain;Xiaoning He.
international conference on computer communications (2004)
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