Richard Newman, PhD
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Research Activities

  • Network Protocol Development
    • Specification of mDNS protocol for multicast address use and management on the Internet.
    • Design and analysis of MAC layer protocols for HomePlug Powerline Alliance HP1.0 and HPAV protocols, as well as IEEE P1901. Included written contributions to standards.
    • Design, analysis, and implementation of satellite laser communications.
  • Distributed Conferencing Design and implementation of the UF Distributed Conferencing System (DCS), including
    • the MACE concurrent, fine-grained text editor,
    • the Ensemble concurrent, object-oriented graphics editor,
    • the MATE terminal sharing tools, and others.
  • Security Research
    Please see my security activity page for information on my research in the security area.

Centers and Laboratory Affiliations

  • Computer, Operating systems, Networks, and Security (CONS) Lab
  • Space Communications and Technology Center (SCTC)
    Associate Director for Signal Handling
  • Software Engineering Research Center (SERC)
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New! Cybersecurity Curriculum

Please visit my Security page for more information on exciting revisions to the UF cybersecurity curriculum.

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