Alexander E. Mohr (Alex)
Since 2008, I've been working at the Google office in Seattle's
My research broadly focuses on multimedia networks and systems, with
an emphasis on reliable delivery of time-sensitive multimedia, and the
algorithms necessary for such networks and systems to operate
efficiently. In a typical project, we first identify the problem
we're interested in solving, develop a system framework that has the
capability of solving the problem in question, develop algorithms to
optimize the resulting systems, and finally implement the algorithms
and systems to test their performance in both simulated and real-world
environments. We often use PlanetLab for the real-world
tests. For examples of past projects, please see my publication list.
When I was at Stony Brook University, the courses I taught most
frequently were Computer Networks (310/534/636), Advanced Multimedia
(364), and Data Compression (390/590).
You can reach me via email to my first name at alexmohr.com.