Dr. Lavian has co-authored over 25 scientific publications, journal articles, and peer-reviewed papers on topics in telecommunications, network communications, Internet protocols, and mobile wireless technologies. This page contains a list of presentations and talks by Dr. Lavian.
As presented below, he and his colleagues have produced analyses of six models that characterize modern approaches to advanced research; potential legal issues surrounding combinations of separate software applications in the age of open source software and the General Public License; achieving an open, programmable paradigm for application-driven network control via a novel network plane; innovating a grid-computing paradigm that fully harnesses the available communication infrastructure; as well as papers touching on:
- Wi-Fi and the 802.11 (a/b/g/n/ac) standard
- Wireless LAN (WLAN)
- TCP/IP suite, TCP, UDP and IP
- Ethernet and the 802.3 standard
- Network protocols and software applications—including the data link, network, and transport layers (L2, L3, L4) plus data center network architecture
- LANs, WANs, VPNs and routing protocols—from RIP, BGP, MPLS, and OSPF to multicast, DNS, QoS, switching and packet switching
- PSTN as well as IP telephony, VoIP, SIP, RTP, SS7
- Streaming media, SMS and instant messaging/chat via video and audio
As an industry scientist, educator and academic expert in network communications, telecommunications, Internet protocols, and mobile wireless technologies, Dr. Lavian has presented his scientific publications, journal articles, and peer-reviewed papers at conferences and in scientific workshops.
Below you’ll find more than 60 such presentations in the form of downloadable PDF and PowerPoint files: