James Henrydoss


Currently, I am pursuing my doctoral degree in PhD in Engineering, Security from University of Colorado at Colorado Springs under my advisor, Professor Terry Boult. I have a strong industry experience in mobile software development and wireless networking. I have been part of AT&T Labs’ Mobility engineering team involved in design and deployment of 4G LTE network in the US market. I played a key role in the initial 4G LTE roll out in Baltimore market. In the past, I worked for Cingular Wireless, VeriSign, Fujitsu Consulting and Bellsouth as a software developer.
(PhD) University of Colorado at Colorado Springs,
MS – Software Engineering, University of Maryland University College, MD (2009)
MBA – Troy State University, Troy, AL (2004)
BE – Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India (1989)
Email: jhenrydo@uccs.edu
Research Interests: Network Security, Mobile Communication and Software Engineering
PhD Research Topic: Mobile Network Security
[1] Anthony Ayodele, James Henrydoss, Walter Schrier and Terry Boult, “Study of Malware Threats Faced by the Typical Email Users”, The Second International workshop on Communications Security & Information Assurance (CSIA 2011) (In Conjunction with WiMo – 2011) 26 ~ 28 June, 2011 Ankara, Turkey.
[2] James Henrydoss and M. Kori, “Rural Wireless Networks using Time division Multiple Access with Point-to-Multipoint (TDMA-PMP)”, IEEE International Conference on Personal Wireless Communications, Bangalore, India, 1996
[3] James Henrydoss, “Introduction to Wireless LAN”, Technical Report, Center for Development of Telematics, C-DOT, Bangalore, India 1995.