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Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

Nurul I. Sarkar

Dr Nurul I. Sarkar is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand. He is regularly invited to give keynote talks on his field of specialization at various national and international forums. He has more than 18 years of teaching experience in universities at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has taught a range of subjects, including computer networking, data communications, wireless networking, computer hardware,and eCommerce. He holds a PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Field of study: Wireless networks) from University of Auckland. "Tools for Teaching Computer Networking and Hardware Concepts," his first edited book was published by IGI Global in 2006, while his second book "Improving the Performance of Wireless LANs: A Practical Guide," is slated for 2013 and is being published by Taylor & Francis. Nurul leads Network and Security Research Group (NSRG) at AUT University. He has published more than 100 refereed papers in international journal and conference proceedings, including IEEE Transactions on Education, Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications, International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking, Journal of Selected Areas in Telecommunications, International Journal of Wireless Networks and Broadband Technologies, Measurement Science & Technology, Journal of Communication and Computer, International Journal of Web-based Learning and Teaching Technologies, Int. Journal of Electrical Engineering Education, Int. Journal of Technology Diffusion, Int.Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, and SIGCSE Bulletin. He has had several externally funded research grants, including a TEC collaborative research grant of total nearly $650K, TechNZ (FRST) grant, BuildIT, and University of Auckland.
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