FUNDAMENTALS SDN /OpenFlow: Concepts and Applications; Ashley Gerrity and Fei Hu An OpenFlow Network Design Cycle; Pedro A. Aranda Gutierrez and Diego R. Lopez DESIGN IP Source Address Validation Solution with OpenFlow Extension and OpenRouter; Jun Bi Language and Programming in SDN /OpenFlow; Muhammad Farooq and Fei Hu Control and Management Software for SDNs; Natalia Castro Fernandes and Luiz Claudio Schara Magalhaes Controller Architecture and Performance in Software-Defined Networks; Ting Zhang and Fei Hu Mobile Applications on Global Clouds Using OpenFlow and Software-Defined Networking; Subharthi Paul, Raj Jain, Jay Iyer, and Dave Oran Hybrid Networking Toward a Software-Defined Era; Christian Esteve Rothenberg, Allan Vidal, Marcos Rogerio Salvador, Carlos N. A. Correa, Sidney Lucena, Fernando Farias, Joao Sa lvatti, Eduardo Cerqueira, and Antonio Abelem Network Virtualization for OpenFlow; Rui Ma and Fei Hu QUALITY OF SERVICE Multimedia Over OpenFlow/SDN; Colby Dickerson, Fei Hu, and Sunil Kumar QoS Issues in Openflow/SDN; Kuheli L. Haldar and Dharma P. Agrawal QoS-Oriented Design in OpenFlow; Xingang Fu and Fei Hu Programmable Network Traffic Classification with OpenFlow Extensions; Sanping Li, Eric Murray, and Yan Luo ADVANCED TOPICS OpenFlow/SDN for Metro/Backbone Optical Networks; Lei Liu, Hongx iang Guo, and Ta kehiro Tsuritani OpenFlow/SDN and Optical Networks; Lyndon Y. Ong Security Issues in SDN /OpenFlow; Nagaraj Hegde and Fei Hu Investigation of Anycast Implementation in Software-Defined Networking; Jingguo Ge, Yulei Wu, Yuepeng E, Junling You, and Chuan Du Index
Dr. Fei Hu is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Alabama (main campus), Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He obtained his PhD at Tongji University (Shanghai, People's Republic of China) in the field of signal processing (in 1999) and at Clarkson University (New York) in the field of electrical and computer engineering (in 2002). He has published more than 150 journal/conference articles and book chapters. Dr. Hu's research has been supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Defense (DoD), Cisco, Sprint, and other sources. His research expertise can be summarized as 3S: Security, Signals, Sensors. (1) Security: This is about how to overcome different cyber attacks in a complex wireless or wired network. Recently, he focused on cyber-physical system security and medical security issues. (2) Signals: This mainly refers to intelligent signal processing, that is, using machine learning algorithms to process sensing signals in a smart way to extract patterns (i.e., achieve pattern recognition). (3) Sensors: This includes microsensor design and wireless sensor networking issues.