Dr. Peyravi is Professor of Computer Science
at Kent State University
He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science
from School of EECS at the the University of Oklahoma
He was a Member of Technical Staff with the Chief Architecture Group at AT&T Bell Laboratories in New Jersey, participated in design and development of broadband ISDN
networks and the Internet backbone.
His research focuses on theoretical foundation of communication systems for various network systems including interconnection networks for large scale parallel
processing and data center networks, wireless mesh networks, optical networks, and the Internet, traffic management, systems modeling and performance evaluation.
His research has been supported
by NASA Space Communication Division
to design, study and evaluate media access control protocols for the Mars regional network,
by the NSF
and CAIDA (Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis)
to study traffic management in IP routers,
by the Internet2
Technology Evaluation Center (ITEC)
to study QoS provisioning and traffic management in IP networks, and recently
by the Cisco Systems
in cyber security.
He has served as a member of the executive committee for the Internet2 Technology Evaluation Center, and a member of the program committees for several international conferences.
He has participated in the review process of numerous journal articles for computer and communication societies including
He has served on numerous
panels and several
academic review boards.