Narang, Hira N., Ph.D.

EDUCATION

Delhi University, Delhi, India
Ph.D. Applied Mathematics (1968)
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
M.Sc. Computer Science (1978)
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
M.Sc. Computer Engineering (EE) (1981)

TEACHING AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1/84 - Present
Associate Professor, Professor, and Head Department of Computer Science
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL 
Summer 2005
Faculty Research Participant
HBCU-UP program, Tuskegee AL
Summer 2003
Faculty Research Participant
Iowa State University, Iowa
Summer 1997
Faculty Research Participant

Oakridge National Lab, Oak Ridge, TN
Summer 1996
Faculty Research Participant
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL
Summer 1995
Faculty Research Participant
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL
Summer 1994
Faculty Research Participant, Computing and Telecommunication Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Summer 1993
Faculty Research Participant

NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Summer 1992
Faculty Research Participant
Army Missile Command, NASA, Huntsville, AL
Summers 1988, 1989, 1990
Faculty Research Participant
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Summers 1985-87
Member of Technical Staff
AT&T Information Systems, Summit, NJ
9/80 - 1/84
Research Specialist, Computer Applications Section

Exxon Production Research Company, Houston, TX

SELECTED RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

  1. H. Narang, Introducing Cryptography In Discrete Structures Course(ADMI09), April 2009
  2. Lester, C, H. Narang, and C.H. Chen.  Infusing Information Assurance into an Undergraduate Curriculum. Proceedings of the International Conference on Secureware.  IEEE Computer Society Press. 2008.
  3. H. Narang and C. H. Chen, Education in Software Security, Proceedings, International Conference on Security and Management (SAM07), June 2007.
  4. H. Narang, and C. H. Chen, Auditing Software Security Vulnerabilities, ACM SE Conference, Mar. 2006.
  5. H. Narang, M. Ali, and C.H. Chen, Developing an Information Assurance Track in Computer Science Curricula, Proceedings, The symposium on Computing at Minority Institutions (ADMI05), Oct. 2005.
  6. H. Narang and C. H. Chen, Software Security, A Survey, Proceedings, The symposium on Computing at Minority Institutions (ADMI05), Oct. 2005
  7. Wavelet based Solution to Time-Dependent Two Point Initial Boundary Value Problems with Non-Periodic Boundary Conditions involving Composite Media, WSEAS International Conference proceedings, Las Vegas, Nevada 2004
  8. Wavelet based Solution to Time-Dependent Two Point Initial Boundary Value Problems with Non-Periodic Boundary Conditions involving High Intensity Heat and Mass Transfer in Capillary Porous Bodies, IATED International Conference proceedings, Gainesville, FL 2004.
  9. Wavelet-Based Solution to Some Time-Dependent Two-Point Initial Boundary Value Problems      with Non-Linear Non-Periodic Boundary Conditions, International Conference on Scientific computation and differential equations, SCICADE 2003,Trondheim, Norway, Jun. 30-Jul.4, 2003
  10. Wavelet-Based Solution to Elliptic Two-Point Boundary Value Problems with Non-Periodic Boundary Conditions, Proceedings from the WSEAS international conference in Signal, Speech, and Image processing Sept 25-28, 2002
  11. Wavelet-based Solution of Boundary Value Problems involving Hyperbolic Equations, Proceedings from the IASTED International  Conference Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition & Applications June 25-26, 2002
  12. Narang, Hira and Ryan Zarrieff, "Wavelet Based Parallel Solution of Two-Point Boundary Value Problems", Fifth International Conference of the Forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics, International Conference on Combinatorics, Statistics, Pattern Recognition and Related Areas, Mysore University, Mysore, Karnataka, India, December 28-30, 1998.
  13. "Finding Impersonators in an Internetworking Environment", Proceedings of the International Conference on Automation (India), December 1995.
  14. "Parallelization of Fast Fourier Transform with C-Linda and its Performance Evaluation", Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel/Distributed Processing, October 1995, Washington D.C.
  15. "Biodegration Simulation in Parallel Environment", Proceedings of ACM Conference, South East Region, April 1991.
  16. "Design of a User Interface for Simulation in Parallel Computing Environment", Proceedings of ACM Conference, South East Region, pp. 116-122, April 1991.
  17. "Phonon Interaction and Their Role in Phonon Conductivity of Solids: Application to Carbon Tetrabromide", JI Alabama Academy of Science, Vol. 59, No. 4, October 1988.
  18. "Parallel Solution of 2-D Phase Change Problems on a Hypercube', Tech. Research Report #6504. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, October 1988.
  19. "Heat and Mass Transfer in Semi-Infinite Porous Cylinder", Defense Science Journal (India), Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 135-144, 1967.
  20. "Drying of a Moist Capillary-Porous Body in Moving Air", International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 9, pp. 95-102, 1966.
  21. "Filtration-Diffusion Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Medium", International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 8, pp. 567-573, 1965.

CURRENT AND PROJECTED RESEARCH INTERESTS

  1. Heat and Mass Transfer with and without Change of Phase
  2. Computer Networks Performance Analysis and Programming
  3. Software Engineering
  4. Parallel/Distributed Scientific Algorithm Design and Development
  5. Wavelet Based parallel/Distributed Solution to Two-point Boundary Value Problems

SELECTED FUNDED PROPOSALS

  1. NSF:  ACE HBCU-UP, $500,000, Team leader for Computer Science, 2009-2014
  2. NSA, "Establishment of  Information Assurance Track in Computer Science", PI, $215,000/yr, 2008-2009
  3. NSA, "Establishment of  Information Assurance Track in Computer Science", PI, $179,000/yr, 2007-2008
  4. Raytheon, "Minority Pipeline Initiative", PI, $399, 000, 2006-2011.
  5. Xerox, "Summer Program, PREFICS" PI, $35,000/yr 2009-2010
  6. Xerox, "Summer Program, PREFICS" PI, $35,000/yr 2008-2009
  7. Xerox, "Summer Program, PREFICS" PI, $35,000/yr 2007-2008
  8. NSF, "CISE—VLSI Testing", PI, $169,000/yr 2007-2008
  9. Raytheon, "Summer Recruitment And Scholarships", PI, $15,000/yr 2007-2008
  10. Xerox, "Summer Program, PREFICS" PI, $35,000/yr 2006-2007
  11. Xerox, "Summer Program, PREFICS" PI, $35,000/yr 2005-2006
  12. HP, "PREFICS summer program, scholarships", PI, $100, 000/yr 2005-2007
  13. NSF, "Establishment of Infrastructure for Information Security Education and Research at 
    Tuskegee University" PI, $37,985, 2003
  14. NSF, "CSEMS:  Scholarships for retaining and attracting high ability students in Computer
    Science and Engineering" PI, $200,000, 2002
  15. NSF, "CSEMS: Scholarships for retaining and attracting high ability students in Computer 
    Science and Engineering" PI, $220,000, 2000
  16. NSF, "Establishment of Infrastructure for High Performance Computing Program for
    Teaching and Research at Tuskegee University" PI, $1,200,000, 1996
  17. NSF, "Established the NSFNET Connections at Tuskegee University" PI, $35,518, 1991
  18. NSF, "Planning Grant Proposal for setting up a Center for Parallel Processing at Tuskegee
    University" PI,  $50,000, 1989
  19. Establishment of High Performance Computer Lab at Tuskegee University
    Year: 1994
    Amount: $137,000
    Company: Hewlett Packard
  20. Established the NSFNET Connections at Tuskegee University
    Year: 1991
    Amount: $35,518
    Company: National Science Foundation
  21. Planning Grant Proposal for setting up a Center for Parallel Processing at Tuskegee
    University
    Year: 1989
    Amount: $50,000
    Company: National Science Foundation