Andrew T. Campbell is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and member of the COMET Group and Columbia Networking Research Group, Columbia University. His areas on interest encompass mobile computing and networking, open programmable networks, and quality of service research. Andrew is active in the IETF and the international working group on Open Signaling (OPENSIG).
Andrew is a past co-chair of the 5th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service (IWQOS97) and the 6th IEEE International Workshop on Mobile Multimedia Communications (MOMUC99) and is currently a co-chair of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Open Architecture and Network Programming (OPENARCH 2001). He is a guest editor for the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications on Active and Programmable Networks and the IEEE Personal Communications special issue on IP-based Mobile Telecommunications Networks. Andrew is member of a number of editorial boards including Computer Networks, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, ACM Wireless Networks, and ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review. He is also involved in a number of conferences and workshops including ACM SIGCOMM, ACM MobiCom, IWQOS, IEEE OPENARCH, ACM Multimedia and OPENSIG.
Andrew received his Ph.D in Computer Science in 1996 and the NSF CAREER Award for his research in programmable mobile networking in 1999.
For additional information see: http://comet.columbia.edu/~campbell
As the current SIGMOBILE Information Director I have had the opportunity to work with the current executive committee and participate in a number of activities over the last year that have helped grow the SIG and its activities. As a member of the executive committee I would take a more active role in contributing to new initiatives to grow membership, provide better services and expand the number of meetings to accommodate the growing needs of the membership.