Department of Computer Science

University of California, Santa Barbara

I graduated in 1987 from Moscow Aviation Institute (Russia) with the Engineer's degree in Computer Engineering, served in the army for two years stationed in the Far North, worked for the Moscow's Institute for Automated Systems, the first public X.25 administration in the USSR, and later - Sprint Networks-Russia. In 1992 I entered a graduate program at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and started to work under the supervision of Professor Alan Konheim on the measurement models for the broadband ISDN networks. After completion of my PhD dissertation in August 1996, I took a Member of Technical Staff position at the Bell Labs, which is now a division of Lucent Technologies.

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Last modified: January 5,1997
Denis A.Khotimsky