Samir R. Das
Samir R. Das
Professor and Chair

Department of Computer Science
Room 203G
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2424

(631) 632-1807
samir [at]
Mobile/Wireless Networking - protocols, systems and performance evaluation.

Samir Das received his Ph.D. in computer science from Georgia Institute of Technology. Earlier, he was educated at Jadavpur University in Kolkata, India, and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. He also worked briefly in Indian Statistical Institute. Prior to Stony Brook, Das was a faculty member at the University of Texas at San Antonio and then at University of Cincinnati. Das has been at Stony Brook from 2002. 


Samir R. Das directs "Wireless Networking and Systems Lab" (or WINGS lab). The lab is engaged in research related to protocols, systems and performance evaluation of various forms of mobile/wireless networks. This includes local area networks, cellular wide area networks, ad hoc/mesh or sensor networks and more recently in free space laser networks. 


Samir Das is a recipient of CS department's faculty research award 2014, faculty service award 2010, Best Paper Award in ACM MobiSys 2007, IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Visitor, 2001-2003, and NSF Faculty Early CAREER Award, 1998.
Teaching Summary
CSE 570 (usually in Fall semesters), occasionally CSE 534, CSE 370 and CSE 310