Wayne Grover, University of Alberta

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Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Edmonton, Alberta grover@trlabs.ca Office: (780) 492-2532

Bio/Research

Wayne Grover holds a B.Eng. (EE) from Carleton University, Ottawa, an M.Sc.(EE Science) from the University of Essex, England, and a Ph.D. (EE) from the University of Alberta. Dr. Grover has issued patents on 26 topics each issued in several countries, 58 journal publications, three book chapter...

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Bio/Research

Wayne Grover holds a B.Eng. (EE) from Carleton University, Ottawa, an M.Sc.(EE Science) from the University of Essex, England, and a Ph.D. (EE) from the University of Alberta. Dr. Grover has issued patents on 26 topics each issued in several countries, 58 journal publications, three book chapters and over 100 technical reports, seminars, and conference papers.

Three of his research papers, and his Ph.D. thesis on Self-Healing Networks, have become "highly cited" in different technical areas but he is most widely recognized for work in restorable network design and operation, including Sonet, ATM, DWDM and IP/MPLS networks.

In 2002 he was made an IEEE Fellow (“for contributions to survivable and self-organizing broadband transport networks),” and Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada. In 2003 he is serving as General Chair for the 4th International Workshop on Design of Reliable Networks (DRCN 2003), Banff, Alberta, October 19-22, 2003.



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