Modeling and Analysis of Communication Networks
Henning co-developed the key protocols that enable Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other multimedia applications. Since December 2011, he has been the CTO for the FCC. In this role, he guides the FCC’s work on technology and engineering issues, together with the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology. Henning, who earned his PhD at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, also advises the agency to ensure that FCC policies are driving technological innovation.
He is Levi Professor and former department chair in the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University. He is an Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers Fellow and former member of the Internet Architecture Board.
Using the CrowdSignals Data
Henning will use CrowdSignals data in research on mobile networks and how to build predictive models of network traffic.
"The CrowdSignals project will enable collection of high-fidelity network data at low-cost and unprecedented scale. This could be a big step forward for mobile network research! We'll be able to use the data in numerous studies, for example we could use the network logs to develop models that predict network usage behavior."
- Henning Schulzrinne, Levi Professor, Columbia