Hani Salah

 

  Since April 2015, Hani Salah is affiliated with the Knowledge Engineering Group - TU Darmstadt


Name:        Dr. Hani Salah

Position:    Research Assistant

E-mail:        hsalah(AT)cs(DOT)tu-darmstadt(DOT)de

Phone:       +49 6151 16-21817

Fax:            +49 6151 16-21812

Office:        S2|02 D-205


 

 

 

 

 

Postal address:     TU Darmstadt - FB 20, FG Telekooperation

                                Hochschulstraße 10

                                D-64289 Darmstadt

                                Germany

 

Research interests

  • Monitoring and measurements of networking systems
  • Named Data Networking (NDN): caching efficiency & resilience to DDoS attacks
  • P2P systems: incentive schemes, graph properties and resilience  

 

Publications

  • H. Salah and T. Strufe: Evaluating and Mitigating a Collusive Version of the Interest Flooding Attack in NDN, in IEEE ISCC 2016, Messina, Italy. 
  • S. Roos, H. Salah, and T. Strufe: On the Routing of Kademlia-type Systems, book chapter (accepted for publication in the book: "Advances in Computer Communications and Networks"), 2016.
  • H. Salah, Measuring, Understanding, and Improving Content Distribution Technologies, PhD Dissertation, TU Darmstadt, November 2015, Darmstadt, Germany.
  • H. Salah, J. Wulfheide, and T. Strufe: Coordination Supports Security: A New Defence Mechanism Against Interest Flooding in NDN, in IEEE LCN 2015, Clearwater - Florida, USA.
  • S. Roos, H. Salah, and T. Strufe: Determining the Hop Count in Kademlia-type Systems, in IEEE ICCCN 2015, Las Vegas - Nevada, USA. 
  • H. Salah, J. Wulfheide, and T. Strufe: Lightweight Coordinated Defence Against Interest Flooding Attacks in NDN (poster paper), in IEEE INFOCOM 2015, Hong Kong.
  • H. Salah and T. Strufe: CoMon: An Architecture for Coordinated Caching and Cache-Aware Routing in CCN, in IEEE CCNC 2015, Las Vegas - Nevada, USA.
  • T. Paul, S. Stephen, H. Salah, and T. Strufe, The Students’ Portal of Ilmenau: A Holistic OSN’s User Behaviour Model, in PICCIT 2015, Hebron, Palestine.
  • H. Salah, S. Roos, and T. Strufe: Diversity Entails Improvement: A New Neighbour Selection Scheme for Kademlia-type Systems, in IEEE P2P 2014, London, UK.
  • H. Salah, S. Roos, and T. Strufe: Characterizing Graph-Theoretic Properties of a Large-Scale DHT: Measurements vs. Simulations, in IEEE ISCC 2014, Madeira, Portugal. (Best Student Paper Award)
  • H. Salah, B. Schiller, and T. Strufe: CoMon: A System Architecture for Improving Caching in CCN (poster paper), in IEEE INFOCOM 2014, Toronto, Canada.
  • H. Salah, S. Roos, T. Strufe: A Lightweight Approach for Improving the Lookup Performance in Kademlia-type Systems (technical report), 2014.
  • H. Salah and T. Strufe: Capturing Connectivity Graphs of a Large-Scale P2P Overlay Network, in IEEE ICDCS's HotPOST 2013, Philadelphia, USA.
  • D. Carra, P. Michiardi, H. Salah, and T. Strufe: On the Impact of Incentives in eMule - Analysis and Measurements of a Popular File-Sharing Application, in IEEE JSAC 2013.
  • S. Roos, H. Salah, T. Strufe: Comprehending Kademlia Routing: A Theoritical Framework for the Hop Count Distribution (technical report), 2013.

 

Awards

  • Full PhD scholarship: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), 2010 - 2015
  • Best student paper: IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 2014, Madeira, Portugal.

 

Service

  • TPC: CCC 2016, IC2E 2017
  • Journal review: COMCOM
  • Conference review: WWW 2013, HotPost 2013, WoWMoM 2013, CNS 2014, LCN 2015, ACNS 2016
  • Book chap­ter re­view: Ad­vances in Com­put­er Com­mu­ni­ca­tions and Net­works
  • Session chairing: ISCC 2014, CCNC 2015

 

 

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