Janelle Harms, PhD
Phased Post Retirement - Professor, Faculty of Science - Computing Science
- B.Sc. Honours, Computational Science, University of Saskatchewan, 1984
- Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Waterloo, 1992
Networks, resource management, wireless networks, sensor networks, mobile ad hoc networks, network design, performance evaluation.
The challenge of networks today is to accommodate a wide variety of applications with different service requirements on the same network. Research areas of interest include mobile computing, ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks, Internet protocols, and network design. The research projects that I am interested in all have common threads of resource allocation and performance evaluation.The tools I use in my research include simulation, queueing analysis, combinatorial methods, operations research and measurement.
An introduction to fundamental concepts in computation, including state, abstraction, generalization, and representation. Introduction to algorithms, logic, number systems, circuits, and other topics in elementary computing science. This course cannot be taken for credit if credit has been obtained in CMPUT 114, 174, 274, or SCI 100. See Note (1) above.