The Institute for Systems Research
He has held a joint appointment with the Institute for Systems Research, one of the original NSF Engineering Research Centers, since its establishment in 1985, and was its Associate Director for Research during 1995-1996. He is also a co-founder of and active participant in the Center for Satellite and Hybrid Communication Networks, a NASA center for the development and commercialization of space.
He has held visiting positions at the Technion (Israel), INRIA (France), IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (Hawthorne), AT&T Bell Laboratories (Murray Hill), AT&T Research Labs (Florham Park) and the Insitut Mittag-Leffler (Sweden). Armand Makowski was a C.R.B. Graduate Fellow of the Belgian-American Educational Foundation for the academic year 1975-76; he is also a 1984 recipient of the NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award.
Honors and awards
IEEE Fellow, 2006
NSF Presidential Young Investigator, 1984
Traffic characterization and modeling in communication networks (e.g., TCP modeling and web caching); resource allocation issues in wireless networks; queueing systems and asymptotic methods for performance evaluation in communication networks; stochastic systems and adpative algorithms (e.g., swarm intelligence); random graph modelling with applications to wireless networks, random key predistribution and social networks
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- Fellow, 2006