Jorge Cobb

Associate Professor - Computer Science
jcobb@utdallas.edu
972-883-2479
ECS4208
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Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin - 1996
M.A. - Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin - 1989
B.S. - Computer Science
University of Texas at El Paso - 1987

Research Areas

Teaching Interests
Undergraduate:
  • Computer Networks
  • Database Systems
  • Computer Architecture
Graduate:
  • Computer Networks
  • Distributed Systems
Research Interests
  • Design and Implementation of Network Protocols
  • Quality of Service in High-speed Computer Networks
  • Mobile Computing
  • Concurrent and Distributed Computing

Publications

Yi Xian, Chin-Tser Huang, and Jorge Cobb, “Look-Ahead Routing and Message Scheduling in Delay-Tolerant Networks”, Computer Communications, Elsevier, Vol. 34, No. 18, December 2011, pp. 2184–2194. 2011 - Publication
Jorge A. Cobb, Mohamed G. Gouda, “Stabilization of Max-Min Fair Networks without Perflow State”, Theoretical Computer Science, Elsevier, Vol. 412, Issue 40, September 2011, Pages 5562–5579. 2011 - Publication
Stabilization of Loop-Free Redundant RoutingJorge A. CobbSymposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed SystemsParis, France, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science # 4838, (November 2007)  pp. 154--172. 2007 - Publication
Ravi Musunuri, Jorge Cobb, ``Distributed Out-bound Load Balancing in Inter-AS Routing by Random  Matchings'', Telecommunication Systems, Springer, Vol 34, No. 1-2, February 2007. 2007 - Publication
Fair-Aggregation Across Multiple Core Networks. Jorge A. Cobb and  Zhe Xu. IEEE International Conference on Computer Communication and Networks (IC3N). Hawaii, (August 2007), pp. 435-442. 2007 - Publication
Intra-Flow Fairness in Work-Conserving Flow Aggregation,Jorge A. Cobb, Zhe Xu,IASTED International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems (PDCS)Cambridge, Massachusetts, (November 2007), pp. 932-938. 2007 - Publication
Jorge Cobb, Mohamed Gouda, Deepinder Sidhu, ``Hello Again: Convergence of the Hello Protocol in OSPF'', Journal of High-Speed Networks, IOS Press, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2005,  pp. 39-58. 2005 - Publication
Ravi Musunuri, Jorge Cobb, ``An Overview of Solutions to Avoid Persistent BGP Divergence'', IEEE Network, Vol. 19,  Issue 6,  Nov.-Dec. 2005, pp. 28 - 34. 2005 - Publication
Jorge Cobb, Miaohua Lin, ``A Theory of Multi-Channel Schedulers for Quality of Service'', Journal of High-Speed Networks, IOS Press, Vol 12  2005 2005 - Publication
Jorge Cobb, ``Scalable Quality of Service across Multiple Domains'', Computer Communications, Elsevier, Vol. 28 (2005), pp. 1997-208. 2005 - Publication

Appointments

Associate Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2005–Present]
Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [1998–2005]
Assistant Professor
University of Houston [1995–1998]
Assistant Professor
University of Houston [1995–1998]
Technical Staff
AT&T Bell Laboratories [1993–1994]
Teaching Assistant
University of Texas at Austin [1991–1992]
Technical Staff
AT&T Bell Laboratories [1989–1990]

Projects

Hello Again: Convergence of the Hello Protocol in OSPF
2018–2002 Luminy Seminar on Self-Stabilization, Marseille, France, October, 2002.

Additional Information

Academic Awards and Honors
Academic Awards and Honors AT&T Scholarships
  • AT&T Ph.D. Scholarship (1992-1996).
  • AT&T Denver Laboratories Scholarship (1986-1987).
The University of Texas at Austin Scholarships
  • Microelectronics and Computer Development Fellowship (1990-1992).
The University of Texas at El Paso Scholarships and Honors
  • Graduated with Highest Honors – Summa Cum Laude.
  • Student Marshal of the College of Engineering for the graduation ceremonies.
  • Frank N. Farah Presidential Scholarship (1986-1987).
  • Lucille L. Stevens Scholarship (1984-1985).
  • National Dean’s List.
Honors and Awards
  • Member of the editorial board of the Journal of High-Speed Networks.

Funding

Salable Quality of Service Guarantees
$30,000 - Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science [2018–2004]
CHAMPS: CHallenging Algorithmics and Mathematics in Problem Solving for middleschool students
$2,700,000 - National Science Foundation GK-12 Program [2008–2013]
Optical Pseudo Channels: using the Optical Later to Minimize Queuing Delays for Real- Time Traffic
$101,150 - Texas Advanced Research Program [2000–2001]
Mobility Simulation
$75,000 - Northern Telecom [1999–1999]