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Accomplished networking and computer science expert with 30 years of experience directing multiple IT operations, research and development for leading global technology corporations and top universities. Seasoned Mobility and Security Architect, Chief Technology Officer, Senior Scientist, Adjunct Professor IEEE Distinguished Lecturer, and project manager with in-depth expertise in developing and implementing research, analysis, and design initiatives. Expertise in computer communication, wireless networking, LTE networks, Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), 5G, and mobility management. Author of 30 issued patents and 80 publications. Author of Mobility and Handover Optimization book, Editor-in-chief for Journal of Cybersecurity and Mobility published by River Publishers. Producer and collaborator of winning Commercial, FirstNet, DOD and National Science Foundation proposals and creating strategies to enhance business development and promote long-term growth. Team leader with a reputation for fostering strong client relations and building staff that consistently meet expectations. Volunteer and Leadership positions in professional societies such as IEEE/ACM (Director of Marketing and Industry Relations, IEEE Communication Society, IEEE 5G Initiative Founding Co-Chair, MGA Liaison to IEEE History Committee and Region 1 ECS Chair).



Research & Development • Proposal Writing • Technical Leadership • Process Analysis • Project Execution • Due Diligence • University Relation • Cybersecurity • Data Mining • Machine Learning • Deep Learning • Cloud Computing • Multi-Disciplinary System Development• Mobility Management • SDN/NFV • VoIP • IMS • LTE • 5G • IOT • IPv6 • Ad Hoc Networking • IT Operations • Strategic Planning • Business Development • Pre-University (K-12) • Industry Relation • Standards





          Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY

Advisor: Prof. Henning Schulzrinne

(Committee: Prof. Nick Maxemchuk, Prof. Yechiam Yemini, Prof. Dan Rubenstein, and Dr. Bryan Lyles)


Ph.D. Thesis: Systems Optimization for Mobility Management

Master of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY

Master of Science in Computer Science, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ,

    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India




Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU/APL) • 05/2018 – Present

University Affiliated Research Labs


Senior Wireless Communications Systems Research Scientist


Responsible for developing and leading bodies of research and development of innovative end-to-

end systems solutions for military and Government sponsors. Serve as Principal Investigator for research. Develop proposals and lead the research and development of innovative wireless systems to implement complex communication and networking technologies. Lead efforts to publish work in recognized journals, formal technical reports and informal memoranda. Present work to sponsors, to nationally recognized conferences, and the technical community.


AT&T, Middletown, New Jersey • 02/2013 – 04/2018

Leading Wireless Service Provider and R&D Organization


PMTS/LMTS/Director AT&T Labs, Middletown, New Jersey


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As Lead 5G Architect (Security) interact with the key 5G vendors, operators, and researchers around the world and drive the 5G related research agenda while providing technical leadership in 5G. As a Subject Matter Expert in 5G Security, collaborate internally and externally to define the strategy for emerging 5G security research and development for AT&T’s networks. Collaborate with the key security vendors, develop use cases and conduct 5G security proof-of-concept for mobility networks. Develop 5G security requirements and collaborate with mobility architecture team for deployment. Participate in and contribute to various standards bodies, namely IEEE, NGMN, 3GPP, ETSI/NFV, and IETF in a leadership role. Served as lead role for security for winning proposal for FirstNet Security in AT&T’s network.



As the Director of Technology Security, lead the team responsible for security for mobile core networks, driving open source standards, security requirements, RFPs, and proofs-of-concepts for various network


function virtualization (NFV) related to security. Lead the team in driving security function virtualization requirement, vendor engagement and patents for SDN/NFV. Drive the innovation for security technology

for Domain 2.0 deployment in AT&T’s networks by leading the security standards and proofs-of-concept in the D2 Security lab. Lead research and development collaboration with universities and other research Labs in the area of SDN/NFV security. Served as the security lead for FirstNet winning proposal team.


As a leading technical member of the CTO, CSO and IT organization, lead the design and deployment of advanced security architecture for the mobile enterprise and 4G LTE networks using cloud computing and

virtualization. Responsible for leading overall end-to-end security design for both mobility networks and User Defined Network Cloud (UDNC), including 3G and LTE architectures and services. Collaborate with other organizations within AT&T, standards forums, external vendors, customers and universities to effectively design and deploy the security architecture for network function virtualization. Active participation in ETSI NFV, IEEE, IETF standards forums. Lead and direct the proof-of-concept of relevant virtualization security features leading to the deployment in AT&T’s Domain 2.0 network.


New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey • 09/2015 – Present

College of Staten Island, City University of New York, Staten Island, NY • 01/2018 - Present


Adjunct Faculty in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department


As a part-time adjunct faculty teach graduate level course on (Saturday morning), namely Computer Network Design Analysis (CNDA) and Internet and Higher Layer Protocols (IHLP), respectively in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at NJIT. As a part-time adjunct faculty teach graduate level course (evening), namely Networking Systems and Protocols in Electrical Engineering Department at College of Staten Island in CUNY.


NIKSUN Inc., Princeton, New Jersey • 09/2010 – 02/2013

Leader in network forensics, compliance, security surveillance and performance management solutions ranging from core infrastructure to edge and branch environment for both wired and wireless networks.


CTO Wireless and Executive Director, NIKSUN Innovation Center & Quality Assurance


Reporting to the CEO of the company, direct the research and development of LTE (Long Term Evolution) security and monitoring solutions for NIKSUN Cybersecurity product. As the CTO of wireless technologies, developed the mobility monitoring product by working with the engineering team and managed the deployment of mobility solutions for NIKSUN 4G products in the service provider networks around the world. Worked through the whole product life cycle starting from concept to product realization and eventual marketing of the product. As the head of NIKSUN Innovation Center (17 members), and QA department (12 members) supervise the staff and research activities leading to product development and


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quality assurance of future NIKSUN products. As CTIF-USA co-director manage university collaboration for research projects.


TELCORDIA TECHNOLOGIES, Piscataway, New Jersey • 10/1997- 08/2010

Global leader in the development of mobile, broadband, and enterprise communications software and services with 800-plus customers in 55 countries.


Senior Scientist/Project Manager/Principal Investigator Applied Research

Direct research and development initiatives of VolP and wireless technologies. Manage all aspects of project development and delivery. Supervise ongoing project activities and serve as technical lead to ensure expectations and quality assurance standards were consistently met. Lead design of network systems and supervise direct development of prototypes. Collaborate among industry, university and government representatives to increase communication and support project implementation. Organize and lead the team for analysis and modeling to create processes to improve efficiency and record progress. During my 13 years at Telcordia Research, I have initiated major commercial and government

projects and acted as PI (Principal Investigator) and Co-PI for these multi-year contracts covering the range of $250,000 to $4,000,000 for each of these projects. Total funding of the projects where I was a PI or Co-PI is approximately (~ $20,000,000).


Major Contributions:



·       Principal Investigator and project manager for KDDI’s IMS project ($4,000,000 over 5 years) to design and build IMS/MMD network for next generation networks, including contributing

to design of SIP, mobility, and security tasks to ensure progress and desired results were achieved.


·       As Co-PI, supervised all operational phases of CERDEC project ($200,000), including customer interaction, design development, software delivery, and on-site product demonstration.

·       As the Co-PI for the mobility task ($4, 500,000 over 9 years), led technical initiatives for Third Generation Mobile Wireless Internet Architecture (IMT-2000) based on CDMA-2000 standard and transition to 4G network. Implemented all mobile multimedia comprehensive test-bed involving various Linux-based systems, Cisco routers, wireless base stations, and subnets. Lead architect for secured universal mobility project and mobile VPN project involving heterogeneous access networks (e.g., 802.11, CDMA, WiMAX).

·       Co-PI and Technical Lead for Toyota’s mobile content delivery network ($1000, 000 over two years) in all IP wireless environment involving advanced Telematics features. Project involved designing and implementing SIP-based mobility management and Localized Multicast-based architecture.

·       As the co-PI of the Horizons Research Program, directed analysis and design of scalable session control architecture for the building of multi-service platforms for leading clients KT, BellSouth, Telenor, and Toyota. This specific part of the program generated a revenue of ($1,500,000 over three years).

·       Collaborated with ITSUMO QoS team involved in performance analysis of voice and data traffic in an 802.11b networking environment utilizing various priority queuing, traffic control mechanism, and Spectra Link Voice Priority (SVP).

·       Performed feasibility study for supporting IPv6 in mobile Ad Hoc networks. Conducted experiments under Joint User Interoperability Communications Exercise using both satellite and terrestrial networks to study the performance of VoIP and Streaming traffic.



·       As Co-Principal Investigators (Co-PI) for DARPA ACN project ($2,500,000 over three years), led in writing the winning proposal for Integrated Mobility Management for phase II and phase III, and


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have been acted as a Technical lead for the Integrated Mobility Management part of the project. This involved designing and   implementing   an Integrated Mobility Management scheme for Adhoc type military networks while coordinating between different task groups, presenting regular milestone reviews at DARPA meetings.

·       As a Co-PI and technical lead for a DARPA funded AJCN project ($1,500,000 over two years), involved in the design, development and prototype demonstration of a SIP based multiparty

Conference control using both multicast and MCU-based (multi-party conferencing unit) approaches   aided by SIP’s third-party call control features. Above two have resulted in 10 paper publication and 3 patent application.





COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York City, New York • 10/1989 - 09/1997

Leading higher education university and research institution.


Director of IT Operations (Central Research Facilities)


Managed and supervised a staff of 10 for daily IT operations and administration of systems and programs, including Suns, HPs, SGIs, and PCs, in multi-protocol based heterogeneous network with 600 servers. Installation, testing, and maintenance of various kinds of communication software, hardware   and   networking products   of   Central Research Facility. That includes departmental TCP/IP based Cisco routers, terminal servers, dialup modems, Fast Ethernet, FDDI concentrators, ATM backbone, and 3Com Link Builders. Supervised and motivated IT teams to achieve desired outcomes. Coordinated with faculty, staff, and students to promote research initiatives. Organized and collaborated on National Science Foundation (NSF) proposals for department research objectives. Maintained ($4,000,000) million NSF computing infrastructure budget. Led the construction of modern computing facilities in newly built CEPSR building.


Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company, India • 08/1985 – 09/1987


Computer Engineer

Installed and maintained mainframe  Burroughs B6800,  mini  B1900,    VAX  11/750, 11/780,  and    their  associated communication peripherals like  disk and tape  drives, line  printers, plotters, and various types of intelligent terminals, modems and multiplexer. Designed the interface for setting up the communication link between a cluster of microcomputer systems and mainframe using Poll/Select protocol at different sites of the company.




Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Senior Member

Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), Senior Member


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Hardware Platform: SUN, HP, IBM, DEC, SGI, HP, Cisco Routers, Ethernet Switches (XYLAN, 3COM, Cisco), Nortel PBX

Operating Systems: Linux, Windows, Sun OS /Solaris, BSD, VMS, AIX, HP-UX, MS-DOS, OS/2

Protocols & Software: SIP, SAP, SDP, RTP/RTCP, RTSP,TCP/IP, DNS, NFS, H.323, Multicast, Mobile IP, PMIPv6, IPv6, FMIPv6, Cellular IP, WiFi, Bluetooth, CDMA-2000, IPSec, ATM, SONET, OPNET, NS2, Shell, Sybase, Informix, My-SQL, RDF, SOAP, IMS, LTE, Diameter

Standards Activities: IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.21, IETF, 3GPP, 3GPP2, ATIS, GISFI, ETSI/NFV

Languages: Java, HTML, XML, C, C++, Fortran, Pascal, Lisp, Python, Assembly Languages

Security: SNORT, Virtual Firewalls, IDS/IPS, DDOS, AKA, WPA, IPSec, TLS





30 patents awarded, 8 patents (pending)

IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer

IEEE 2009 MGA (Membership Geographic Activities) Leadership Award

IEEE 2010 Professional Leadership Award, IEEE-USA

IEEE Region 1 award for outstanding section leadership for Princeton/Central Jersey Section

IEEE-USA 2011 Regional Leadership Award

CEO awards from Telcordia Technologies (2000 and 2002)

6 times recipient of DARPA Merit Award for Technical Excellence for Integrated Mobility Management in the Air-Borne Communication Node project

Best Paper Award from ESTC (SAIC), IEEE, EIT 2005, IEEE IMSAA 2009

2005 Leadership Award from IEEE-PCJ Section

Several Recognition awards from the Vice-President of Telcordia Research Labs

Recognition award for serving as a Publicity Co-Chair in Mobicom 2000, Boston

AT&T CSO Security Team Award, 2013


30 Patents granted:


1.     US patent 6,992,994 - Methods and systems for a generalized mobility solution using dynamic tunneling agent

2.     US Patent 7,184,418 - Method and system for host mobility management protocol

3.     US Patent 7,296,091- System and method for receiving over a network a broadcast from a broadcast source

4.     US patent 7,319,689 - Method for handling the simultaneous mobility of mobile hosts in infrastructure-based networks 

5.     US patent 7,546,082 - Application-layer multicast for mobile users in diverse networks

6.     US patent  7,664,501  - Seamless handoff across heterogeneous access networks using a handoff controller in a service control unit

7.     US Patent, 7,738,882 - Framework of media-independent pre-authentication improvements: including considerations for failed switching and switchback 

8.     US Patent, 7,768,975 - Fast handoff using GPS technology for mobile telematics 

9.     US Patent  7,813,319 - Framework of media-independent pre-authentication 

10.  US Patent, 7,936,719 - Packet loss prevention during handoff using packet copy-and-forward –

11.  US Patent 7,978,655 - Secure and seamless WAN-LAN roaming 

12.  US Patent, 8,068,460 - Dynamic Packet Buffering System for Mobile Handoff 

13.  US Patent 8,098,627 - P-CSCF Fast Handoff for IMS/MMD Architecture

14.  US Patent 8,190,768 – Network Selection Mechanism

15.  US Patent 8,341,395– Media Independent Handover Protocol Security

16.  US Patent 8,259,682– Framework of media-independent pre-authentication

17.  US Patent 8,243,687– Secure and seamless roaming

18.  US Patent 8,446,875– Media Independent Pre-authentication supporting fast-handoff in Proxy MIPv6 Environment

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19.  US Patent 8,442,005– Seamless Handoff Across Heterogeneous Access Networks Using a Handoff Controller in a Service Control Unit

20.  US Patent 8,565,186 – Methods of Mitigation of Trombone Routing in an IMS/MMD Network

21.  US Patent 8, 625, 551 – Flexible Mobility Framework for Heterogeneous Roaming in Next Generation Wireless Networks

22.  US Patent 8,670,407 – Proxy Mobile IP

23.  US Patent 8.701,164 Key Caching, QoS and Multicast extensions to media-independent pre-authentication

  1. US Patent 8,717,931 – Network Discovery Mechanisms

25.  US Patent 8,718066 – Fast handoff using GPS technology for mobile telematics

26.  US Patent 8,792,454 - Secure and seamless WAN-LAN roaming

  1. US Patent 8, 929330 – Network Discovery Mechanisms

28.  US Patent 8,971,291 – P-CSCF fast handoff for IMS/MMD Architecture

29.  US Patent 9,025,771 – Security Optimization for IMS/MMD Architecture

30.  US Patent 9,094,412 – Self Organizing IP Multimedia Subsystem


Professional Activities:



   Director of Industry Outreach, IEEE ComSoc Board of Governor 2014-current

   IEEE Distinguished Lecture, IEEE Communications Society 2016-2018

   Founding Co-Chair IEEE 5G Initiative

   IEEE MGA Liaison to History Committee

   IEEE MGA Industry Relation Chair 2009-2012

   IEEE MGA Pre-University Coordinator 2012-2013

   Chair, IEEE Princeton / Central Jersey Section (2008-2009)

   Vice-Chair, IEEE Princeton / Central Jersey Section (2006-2007)

   Treasurer, IEEE Princeton / Central Jersey Section (2004 – 2005)

   Secretary, IEEE Princeton / Central Jersey Section (2003)

   IEEE Region 1 Industry Relation Coordinator (2008-2011)

   IEEE ComSoc Public Visibility Committee Chair

   Associate Technical Editor – IEEE Communication Magazine

   Editor-in-chief - Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility (Published by River Publishers)

   Vice Chair, IEEE Education Society, Princeton / Central Jersey Section

   Vice Chair, IEEE Communication Society, Princeton / Central Jersey Section

   Co-Chair, Service Oriented Network – Global ICT Standardization for India (GISFI)

   Co-Director CTIF-USA an Industry-Academic Collaboration

   Editor-in-chief, Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility



   IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2005 – General Chair

   IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2004 – Exhibits Chair

   IEEE IMSAA 2009 – TPC Co-Chair, IMSAA 2010 – General Chair

   IEEE IMSAA 2011, IEEE Sarnoff Symposium  -  Steering Committee Member

   ACM Mobicom 2000 – Publicity Co-Chair

   ACM Multimedia 2004 – Finance Chair

   IEEE STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math)  General Co-Chair 2011-17

   IEEE 5G World Forum – General Co-Chair

   World Wide Security and Mobility Conference – TPC Co-chair (2011-2012)

   TPC Member of several IEEE and ACM Conferences (e.g., ICC, Globecom, Infocom, Mobicom, WoWMoM, MobiSec, Mobisys, MILCOM)



PUBLICATIONS (Book, Book chapters, Papers, IETF drafts, RFC)



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Book (Published May, 2014)): A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne, Mobility Protocols and Handover Optimization: Design, Evaluation and Application, John & Wiley Publication

(This book has also been translated into Chinese Language)


Book Chapters:


A.    Dutta, C. Makaya et al., “Self-Organizing IP Multimedia Subsystem, , Advances in Next Generation

Services and Service Architectures, published by River Publishers




A.. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne, D. Wong, “Supporting Continuous Services to Roaming Clients, CRC Press, Edited by Paolo Bellavista and Antonio Corradi


D. Wong, A. Dutta Network Layer Mobility Protocol for IPv6, Encyclopedia of Internet Technologies edited by Freire and Pereira


K. D. Wong, Hung-Yu Wei, A. Dutta. K.  Young and H. Schulzrinne, “IP Micro-Mobility Management using Host-Based Routing in the book Wireless IP and Building the Mobile Internet, Edited by Dixit, and Prasad, Artech House Publication


Journal Publications:


1.     A. Dutta et al., Realization of Wireless Internet Telephony and Streaming Multimedia Testbed, Elsevier Journal for Computer Communication, October 2003

2.     A. Dutta, S. Madhani, H. Schulzrinne et al., “Optimized Fast-handoff Scheme for Application Layer Mobility Management” MC2R November Issue, and Mobicom 2002,

3.  A. Dutta, T.Zhang, S. Madhani, K. Taniuchi, K. Fujimoto, Y. Katsube, Y. Ohba, H. Schulzrinne Secure Universal Mobility for Wireless Internet, (Extended version) ACM MC2R, 2004

4.     T. Zhang, E. Van Denberg, S. Madhani, A. Dutta, “Mobile information services enabled by mobile publishing (MIS- MP)”, Wireless Networks, Springer Netherlands Publication

5.     T.Chiba, H.Yokota, A.Idoue, A.Dutta, S.Das, Fuchun J. Lin, H.Schulzrinne, “Gap Analysis and Deployment Architectures for 3GPP2 MMD Networks,” IEEE VT Magazine, March 2007

6.  A.Dutta, Jasmine Chennikara, Wai Chen, O. Altintas, H. Schulzrinne, “Mobile Content Distribution for Streaming Multimedia,”IEEE Communication Magazine, October 2003

7.     A. Dutta et al, “ Seamless proactive handover across heterogeneous access networks,”  Wireless Personal Communication, Springer Journal, August 2007

8.     A. Dutta et al, “Mobility Testbed for 3GPP2-based MMD Networks,  IEEE Communication Magazine, July 2007

9.     A. Dutta et al., “Media-Independent Pre-authentication supporting secure inter-domain handover optimization,” IEEE Wireless Communication Magazine, April 2008

10.   K. Taniuchi, Y. Ohba, V. Fajardo, S. Das, Y-H Cheng, A. Dutta et al., “IEEE 802.21: Media independent handover: Features, applicability, and realization,” IEEE Communication Magazine Jan 2009

11.   A. Dutta et. al., IEEE 802.21: Media Independent Handover: Features, Applicability, and Realization, IEEE Communication Magazine, January 2009

12. A.Dutta et al., “MarconiNet: Overlay Mobile Content Distribution Network,” IEEE Communication Magazine February 2004

13.  M. Tauil, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne et al. Realization of MIH Services and Media Independent Pre-authentication (Extended version), Inderscience Journal, December 2009

14.   A. Misra, S. Das, A. Dutta, A. McAuley, S. K. Das,IDMP-based Fast Handoffs and Paging in IP-Based 4G Mobile Networks, IEEE Communication Magazine March 2002

15.   D. Wong, A. Dutta, R. Jain, K. Young, H. Schulzrinne,  “A Multilayered Mobility Management Scheme for Auto-configured wireless networks,” IEEE wireless magazine, October 2003

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16.   Shankar Lal, Tarik Taleb, A. Dutta, “NFV: Security Threats and Best Practices,” IEEE Communications Magazine, May 2017


Invited Papers:

1.     A. Dutta, E. Van den berg, H. Schulzrinne, et al, “ Dynamic Buffering Scheme for Mobile Handoff”, IEEE PIMRC 2006

2.     A. Dutta, S. Das, T.Chiba, H.Yokota, I. Idoue, “Comparative Analysis of Network Layer and Application Layer IP mobility protocols for IPv6, “ IEEE WPMC 2006

3.     A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne, SIP Mobility at SIP Summit 2001 in Dallas, organized by

4.     A. Dutta, Raquel Morera, A. McAuley, Nim Cheung, Ken Young, Cross Layer Optimization and Adaptation in Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, NRL Workshop on Cross Layer Issues, Washington D.C, June 2nd-3rd 2004.

5.     F. Vakil, A. Dutta, Henning Schulzrine, Mobility Requirement for SIP, SIP Forum 2000, Paris


Conference Publications:


1.     A. Dutta, Henning Schulzrinne,  “A Streaming Architecture for Next Generation Internet,” , ICC 2001, Helsinki, Finland

2.     A. Dutta, F. Vakil, M. Tauil, S. Baba, N. Nakajima, H. Schulzrinne, “Application Layer Mobility Management Scheme for Wireless Internet, 3G Wireless 2001, San Francisco, May 2001.

3.     A. Dutta, Henning Schulzrinne, Wai Chen, Onur Altintas, “Mobility Support for Wireless Streaming Multimedia in MarconiNet," in IEEE Broadband Wireless Summit, Interop 2001, (Las Vegas), May 2001.


4.     A.Dutta, Yechiam Yemini, “Power Management of LEOs under bursty broadband traffic. 17th International Communications Satellite Systems Conference, February 1998, Yokohama, Japan.

5.     A.Dutta, Henning Schulzrinne, Yechiam Yemini, “MarconiNet – An Architecture for Internet Radio and TV Networks. 9th International workshop on Network Support for Digital Audio Video (NOSSDAV), June 1999, New Jersey.           

6.     K. Chakrabarty, A. Misra, S. Das, A. McAuley, A. Dutta and S. K. Das "Implementation and Performance Evaluation of TeleMIP," in ICC, (Helsinki), June 2001,

7.     A. Misra, S. Das, A. Dutta, A. McAuley and S. K.Das "IDMP-based Fast handoffs and paging in ip-based cellular Networks," in 3GWireless 2001, (San Francisco), May 2001

8.     S. Das, A. Misra, A. McAuley, A. Dutta and S. K. Das, "A generalized mobility solution using a dynamic tunneling," in ICCCD2000, (Kharagpur, India), pp. 4, Dec. 2000.

9.     A. Misra, S. Das, A. McAuley, A. Dutta and S.K. Das, "Integrating QoS Support in TeleMIP's Mobility Architecture," in ICPWC, (Hyderabad, India), Dec. 2000,

10.   A. Dutta, J.C Chen, S. Das, A. McAuley, H. Schulzrinne "Building a Test-bed for Mobile Multimedia," Proceedings of Globecom 2001, San Antonio, Texas,

11.   K. Daniel Wong, Hung-Yu Wei, A. Dutta, Kenneth Young, H. Schulzrinne "Performance of IP Micro-Mobility Management Schemes using Host Based Routing.", WPMC 01, Denmark

12.   O. Altintas, A. Dutta, W. Chen, H. Schulzrinne Mobility Management Approaches for all IP Wireless Networks, SCI 2002

13.   A. Dutta, Jim Burns, R. Jain, Henning Schulzrinne, Ken Young, “A Multi-layered Mobility Management Scheme for Survivable Network, IEEE Milcom 2001, Vienna, VA

14.   A.Dutta, Daniel Wong, H. Schulzrinne, “Realization of Integrated Mobility Management Protocol for Ad-Hoc Networks”, Milcom 2002, et al.

15.   A.Dutta, H.Schulzrinne, S. Das, Wai Chen “MarconiNet supporting Streaming Media over Localized Wireless Multicast” et al. Mobi-commerce, September 2002

16.   J. Chennikara, W. Chen, A. Dutta, O. Altintas, “Application Layer Multicast for Mobile Users in Diverse Networks”, IEEE Globecom 2002

17.   N. Nakajima, A. Dutta, S. Das, H. Schulzrinne, “Handoff Delay Analysis for SIP Mobility in IPv6 Testbed,” IEEE  ICC 2003,

18.  Ping-yu Hsieh, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne, “Application Layer Mobility Proxy for Real-time communication,” 3G Wireless 2003,

17.  Daniel Wong, A. Dutta, H.Schulzrinne, Ken Young Managing Simultaneous Mobility of IP Hosts, , IEEE MILCOM 2003


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18.  F. Anjum, M. Elaoud, D. Famolari, A. Ghosh, R. Vaidyanathan, A. Dutta,  “Voice Performance in WLAN Networks, An Experimental Study,” IEEE Globecom 2003

19.  A. Dutta, S. Das, P. Li, A. MCAuley, S. Baba, Y.Ohba, H. Schulzrinne, “Secure Mobile Multimedia Communication for Wireless Internet,” IEEE ICNSC 2004, Taipei

20.  S. Khurana, A. Dutta, P. Gurung, H. Schulzrinne, “XML based wide area communication with networked Appliances, IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2004.

21.  A. Dutta, T. Zhang, S. Madhani, K. Taniuchi, H. Schulzrinne, “Secure Universal Mobility for Wireless Internet,“ WMASH Workshop, October 2004, Philadelphia, PA

22.  J. Chennikara, A. Dutta, A. Cheng, I. Sebuktekin, A. McAuley, H. Schulzrinne, Integrated Networking Technologies for a Survivable Network, IEEE WCNC 2005,

23.  A. Dutta, S. Madhani, W. Chen, O. Altintas, H. Schulzrinne Fast-handoff Schemes for Application Layer Mobility Management, IEEE PIMRC 2004, Spain

24.  A. Dutta, R. Jain, J. Burns, D. Wong, K. Young, H. Schulzrinne, “Performance Evaluation of Application Layer MIP-LR”, IEEE Wirelesscom 2005

25.  A. Dutta, T. Zhang, K. Taniuchi, Y.ohba, H. Schulzrinne MPA assisted Optimized Proactive Handoff Scheme, ACM Mobiquitous 2005

26.  A. Dutta, B. Kim, T. Zhang, S. Baba, K. Taniuchi, Y. Ohba, H. Schulzrinne Experimental Analysis of Multi Interface Mobility Management with SIP and MIP, IEEE Wirelesscom 2005

27.  D. Wong, A.Dutta, Simultaneous Mobility in MIPv6, IEEE, EIT 2005, Lincoln, Nebraska (Best Paper)


30    T. Zhang, S.Madhani, A. Dutta, E. Van den Berg, Y. Ohba, K. Taniuchi, , S. Mohanty Implementation and Evaluation of Autonomous Collaborative Discovery of Neighboring Networks, ITRE 2005

31    A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne et al, “Seamless Mobility Across Heterogeneous Access Networks – An 802.21 Centric Approach, WPMC 2005

32    A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne et al., , “Flexible Call Control Framework supporting Multi-party service integration”, IEEE MILCOM 2005

33    A. Dutta, S. Madhani, Wai Chen, Onur Altintas, H. Schulzrinne, GPS-IP based fast-handoff approaches for Mobiles, 2006 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

28.  A. Dutta, S. Das, D. Famolari, Y. Ohba, K. Taniuchi, T. Kodama, “Secured Seamless Convergence across Heterogeneous Access Networks,” World Telecommunication Congress 2006,

29.  A. Dutta, S. Madhani, T. Zhang, Y. Ohba, K. Taniuchi, H. Schulzrinne Network Discovery Mechanism for Fast-handoff, IEEE Broadnets 2006, San Jose

30.   A. Dutta, Bryan Lyles, H. Schulzrinne,  et al, “ IPv6 transition techniques for legacy application”, IEEE MILCOM 2006

31.   T. Chiba, H.Yokota, A. Idoue, A. Dutta, K. Manousakis, S. Das, H. Schulzrinne Trombone Routing Mitigation Techniques for IMS/MMD Networks, IEEE WCNC 2007

32.   T. Chiba, H. Yokota, A. Idoue, A. Dutta, S Das, Fuchun J. Lin, H. Schulzrinne, “ Mobility Management Schemes for Heterogeneity Support in Next Generation Wireless Networks, Euro NGI 2007

33.   A. Dutta, Bryan Lyles, H. Schulzrinne, Jiacun Wang, “Generalized Modeling Framework for Handoff Analysis,” IEEE PIMRC 2007

34.  A. Dutta, S. Chakraborty, H. Schulzrinne, “ An Experimental Study of Location Assisted Proactive Handover,” IEEE Globecom 2007, Internet Protocol Symposium

35.  Y. Ohba, S. Das, A. Dutta,  “Kerberized Handover Keying: A Media-Independent Handover Key Management Architecture,”  MobiArch 2007

36.  R. M. Lopez, A. Dutta, Y. Ohba, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne, A.F Gomez Skarmeta, Network-Layer Assisted Mechanism to Optimize Authentication Handoff Delay in 802.11 Networks, ACM Mobiquitous 2007          

37.  A. Dutta, T. Chiba, S. Das, H. Schulzrinne,  “ Architecture Analysis and Experimental IPv6 Testbed for Advances in IMS, IMSAA 2007, December 2007, Bangalore, India

38.  T. Chiba, A. Dutta, H. Yokota, D. Chee, H. Schulzrinne, “Performance Analysis of Next Generation Mobility Protocols for IMS/MMD Networks,” IEEE IWCMC 2008.

39.  A. Dutta, B. Lyles, H. Schulzrinne, J. Wang, “Systems Modeling for IP-based Handoff Using Timed Petri Nets,” IEEE HICSS 2009, HAWAII

40.  T.Chiba, H. Yokota, A. Dutta, D. Chee, H. Schulzrinne, “Route Optimization Techniques for Proxy MIPv6 in IMS Network,” IEEE ICSPCS 2008

41.  B. Falchuk, K. Sinkar, S. Loeb, A. Dutta, “ Contextual Mashup service for IMS Network,” IMSAA 2008, Bangalore, India

42.  M. Tauil, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrine et al. “Realization of MIH Services and Media Independent Pre-authentication,” Tridentcom 2009

43.  A. Dutta, T.Chiba, H. Schulzrinne, “Self Organizing IP Multimedia Subsystems,” IEEE Conference IMSAA 2009, Bangalore, India (Best Paper)

44.   C. Makaya, A. Dutta et al. “Enhanced Next Generation Service Overlay Networks,” IEEE Conference IMSAA 2010, Bangalore India

45.   A. Dutta, B. Lyles, H. Schulzrinne, “A Formal Approach to mobility,” IEEE COMSNETS 2011, Bangalore, India

46.   S. Komorita, A.Dutta, H.Schulzrinne, “User-transparent Reconfiguration Method for Self-organizing IP Multimedia Subsystem, 16th IEEE Symposium on Computer and Communication, 2011

47.   Parag Pruthi, Ashutosh Dutta, Niranth Amogh, and Ritesh Kalle, Convergence through Next Generation Cloud and Service Oriented Networks in Indian Scenario, Journal of ICT Standardization, Vol I, 2013

48.   A. Dutta, H. Freeman, “5G Pespective,” IEEE Communications Magazine, May 2016


Editor-in-Chief/Guest Editor


1.     Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility, River Publishers

2.     Seshadri Mohan, Nitin Agarwal, and Ashutosh Dutta. “Social Networks meet Mobile Networks”. IEEE Communications Magazine. Vol. 50, Issue 6, pp. 72-73. June 2012.

3.     Seshadri Mohan, Nitin Agarwal, Ashutosh Dutta, Sudhir Dixit, and Ramjee Prasad. “Social Networks meet Next Generation Mobile Multimedia Internet”. IEEE Communications Magazine. Vol. 53, Issue 10, pp. 124 - 164. October 2015.

4.     Tao Niayto, Marco Maso, Dong in Kim, Ariton Xhafa, Michele Zorzi and Ashutosh Dutta, Feature Topic in IOT in 5G Networks, IEEE Communication Magazine, February 2017

5.     IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Emerging Technologies in Software-Driven Communication (expected November 2017), Marcus Brunner, Ashutosh Dutta, Mathias Fischer, Toktam Mahmoodi


Tutorials/Invited Talks/Panels:




1.     Globecom 2002 Tutorial on “Mobile Wireless Internet Technologies”, P. Agrawal, A.Dutta, J.C Chen et al.

2.     IEEE Sarnoff  Symposium (2003) Tutorial on “Mobility Management for Next Generation Networks”, A.Dutta,  D. Wong

3.     Globecom 2003 Tutorial on “Mobility Management for Next Generation Wireless Networks”, D. Wong and A. Dutta

4.     IEEE Comsoc online Tutorials Now, Daniel Wong, Ashutosh Dutta

5.     IEEE WCNC 2008, IP-based mobility protocols and optimization framework, Ashutosh Dutta (accepted for Online Tutorial also)

6.     IEEE WCNC 2011, IP-based mobility and handover optimization, Ashutosh Dutta, Anthony Chan

7.     IEEE ComSoc Tutorials Now, 2015 on Mobility Protocols and Handover Optimization, Ashutosh Dutta

8.     IEEE ICC 2016, Security Virtualization and LTE Security, Ashutosh Dutta, Roger Piqueras


Invited Talks/Panels:


9.     IEEE ICC 2017, 5G Research, Standardization, and Development, Panelist

10.   IEEE ICC 2017, Challenges and Opportunities in SDN/NFV and 5G Security, Panel Coordinator

11.   ETSI Security Week - Security Challenges and Opportunities for SDN/NFV and 5G Networks - A Standards Perspective – Keynote Speaker

12.   IEEE 5G Summits – Overview of IEEE 5G and Beyond Initiative (2016, 2017)

13.   Security Challenges and Opportunities in SDN/NFV and 5G Networks, 5G World, London, 2017

14.   Security Challenges in Network Function Virtualization (NFV), IEEE Globecom 2014

15.   10 IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecture Talks on 5G Security




1.     A. Dutta, Y. Ohba, K. Taniuchi, V. Fajardo, H. Schulzrinne, Framework of  Media Independent  Pre-Authentication, RFC 6252

2.     S. Krishnan, A. Dutta et al., Localized Routing for ProxyMobile IPv6, RFC 6705

3.     Host Mobility Management Protocol, Faramak Vakil, A. Dutta, J.C Chen et al. IETF Draft, Work in Progress

4.     Supporting Mobility for Multimedia with SIP, F. Vakil, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne

5.     Supporting Service Mobility with SIP, Faramak Vakil, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne

6.     Supporting Mobility for TCP with SIP, F. Vakil, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne

7.     Mobility Management in a SIP Environment Requirements, Functions and Issues, F. Vakil, A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne.

8.     IDMP; An Intra-Domain Mobility Management Protocol using Mobility Agents, A. Misra, S. Das, A. Dutta et al.

9.     4 IETF drafts SIP for Appliance (SIP working group), and IDMP (Mobile IP working group)

10.  V. Fajardo, A. Dutta, Y. Ohba, K. Taniuchi, H. Schulzrinne, Implementation  of  Media Independent  Pre-Authentication, , IRTF draft

11.  A. Dutta, Y. Ohba, H. Yokota,  H. Schulzrinne, Requirement for Heterogeneous Handover, IRTF draft

12.  A. Dutta (Ed.), MPA assisted fast-handover for PMIPv6, NETLMM draft

13.  Y. Ohba, A. Dutta, S. Sreemantula, A. Yegin, M. Mani, EAP Pre-authentication Problem Statement, HOKEY working group

14.  A. Dutta, S. Das, Y. Yokota. T. Chiba, H. Schulzrinne, Inter-MAG route optimization for Proxy MIPv6

15.  Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) Security: Security Management and Monitoring Specification

Trade Shows:

   Participated and demonstrated products in many of the Trade shows (PCIA, COMDEX, AFCEA, IMSAA, SARNOFF) representing Telcordia/Toshiba/KDDI and demonstrated products

   Lead role in  MWIF's Proof-of-Concept demo for 4G  in ITSUMO test-bed for September 2002

   LTE Americas, Dallas 2010, 2011 representing NIKSUN

   LTE World, Barcelona 2012, representing NIKSUN


Technical Reports:


1.      GAP Analysis for 3GPP/3GPP2 IMS/MMD Architecture – A.Dutta, S. Das, F.J. Lin

2.      Security Optimization and P-CSCF Fast-handoff for IMS/MMD Architecture – A. Dutta, A. Ghosh, S.Das, J. Lee, F.J Lin

3.      Feasibility Analysis of IPv6 Transition for Ad Hoc Networks – S. Das, A. Dutta, S. Khurana, P.Gurung, H. Tanna

4.      IP/SONET vs. IP/ATM/SONET for High-Speed Data Transport -  A. Dutta, Tao Zhang, Joel Gannett

5.      Session Control Protocol Attributes for Flexible Multimedia Support and Transport Independence - S. Mohan, Tom Chapuran, A. Dutta.

6.  Paths for Industry Convergence on Session Management –  A. Dutta, S. Mohan, Tom Chapuran,           

7.      CPE Evolution and Distributed Service Intelligence – S. Mohan, Stuart Wagner, A. Dutta et al.

8.      Scalable Multicast Routing – Tony Mcauley, A. Dutta, Rajesh Talpade, Deborah Bakin

9.      Evolutionary Approaches to Implementing Session Control in Emerging Broadband Networks – S. Mohan, A. Dutta, Stu Wagner, Tom Chapuran

10.   Industry Progress towards Multi-service session control protocol, A. Dutta, S. Mohan

11.   Communications Service Evolution and Evaluation of Access Network Alternatives for the 10X

        Network Era – A. Dutta, Teshima Shigeru, Stu Wagner

12.   Business-Driven Evolution from Multiplatform to Multiservice Networks – A. Dutta, Vegard Masdal, Stu Wagner

13.   Capacity Planning for IP/SONET, IP/ATM/SONET and DPT architecture, A. Dutta, Tao Zhang