I am one of seven billion persons waiting to pass the door of eternal life into the afterworld. While waiting, I married a wonderful woman, Fatma, have a son, Esat, and a daughter, Elif. I am also pursuing my academic career as a faculty member at Marshall University, where I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Sciences and Electrical Engineering of the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences.
During my postdoctoral studies, I worked with Dr. Haiying (Helen) Shen, who was my supervisor at the College of Engineering and Science, Clemson University. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at Abant Izzet Baysal University in Turkey, and Master of Computer Science at The University of Texas at San Antonio. I completed my Ph.D. in Computer Science at The University of Oklahoma, and my adviser is Dr. Mohammed Atiquzzaman. I also worked with Dr. Turgay Korkmaz during my master. (Please see my CV for details about my education and experiences).
– I am looking for both undergraduate and graduate students for
summer research projects and fellowship based research programs.
Please contact me if you are interested in.
– If you are interested in doing a master thesis option, please contact me, and we can discuss your research interests.
– I need volunteer students to help teach coding and other activities to ages nine and up at the CS summer STEM camp.
– I will be pleased to work with visiting scholars. Please contact me at narman at marshall dot edu for terms and conditions.
– Congratulations to Geeks and Gadgets and VEX Robotics Clubs! They
successfully hosted the VEX IQ Robotic Competition. Thank you all for
– Congratulations to Govind! His paper is accepted by EDI40'20.
– Congratulations to James and Jared! Their posters are accepted by Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol (URDC'20).
– Congratulations to Govind! He successfully defended his thesis in December 2019.
– Congratulations to James Colton Farley! He received 2020 Spring NASA Undergraduate Affiliate Fellowship Spring ($1000.00).
– Congratulations to Capstone Group: Augmented Reality! They received 2019 Fall Undergraduate Research and Creative Work Scholar Award.
– Congratulations to Geanina, Jared, and Alymbek! Their papers are accepted by IEEE ICNC'20.
– Our team's proposal (PI: Husnu Narman, Co-PI: David Dampier,
K-12 Pedagogist: Tina Cartwright (Beth Wolfe), Instructors: Bill Gardner,
Cong Pu, and Josh Brunty) is funded to host 2020
Summer Camp (GenCyber: Adventure Zone Teacher Academy)
at Marshall University (~$73,000).
– Drs. Narman, Salam Hajjar, and Imtiaz Ahmed received the Interdivisional Research Group Award ($500).
– Dr. Narman received 2020 Summer John Marshall Scholar Award. ($6,500).
– Dr. Narman received Quinlan Endowment Fund for faculty travel (2019) (~$500)
– Dr. Narman received 2019 Summer Faculty Research Grant ($2,000).
– Dr. Narman is nominated for Pickens Queen Teaching Award (2018-2019).
– Dr. Narman has participated as Co-PI for Faculty Mentor Intership Program funded by WV Department of Education (2018-Present) (~$165,000).
Please see my CV for details about my honors, grants, and awards.
I am interested in Distributed computing, including cloud and edge computing, Internet of things, Cyber-physical systems, Machine learning applications, Social networks, and Content delivery networks. I am also interested in Advanced Learning Technology to improve STEM education. If you have ideas related to these areas and would like to work with me, please feel free to contact me (narman at marshall dot edu).
– James Colton Farley (2019 – 2020) , – Jared Carter (2019 – 2020) , – Caleb Kesler (2019), – Alymbek Damir Uulu (2018 – 2019) , – Anh Nguyen (2018 – 2019) , – Geanina Tambaliuc (2018) , – Jared Lee Lewis (2018) .
– Group Augmented Reality (2019) (Alex Canfield, Cameron Berry, Jeremy Giese, Logan Carpenter), – Group Suturing (2018) (Alex Kacinari, Chris Murphy, Derek M Staley), – Group Game-StoryBook (2018) (Charlie Murphy, Michael B Branard, Steven D. Gunnels).
– Isabella Schrader (2020),   – Neil Loftus (2020).
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Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Carrier Assignment and Packet Scheduling in LTE-A and Wi-Fi, (Dissertation as a book - LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing 2016)
 Abishi Chowdhury, Shital A. Raut, and Husnu Saner Narman: DA-DRLS: Drift Adaptive Deep Reinforcement Learning
based Scheduling for IoT Resource Management, (Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications
 Sarker, A., Shen, H., Rahman, M., Chowdhury, M., Dey, K., Li, F., Wang, Y., and Husnu Saner Narman: A Review of Intelligent Controller, Sensing and Communication, and Human Factors Aspects for Information-Aware Connected Autonomous Vehicles, (IEEE Transaction on Intelligent Transportation Systems 2019)
 Kuo-Chi Fang, Husnu Saner Narman, Ibrahim Hussein Mwinyi, and Wook-Sung Yoo: PPHA-Popularity Prediction based High Data Availability for Multimedia Data Center, (WTS 2018 - presentation and IGI - IJITN Journal 2019), Slides
 Jinwei Liu, Haiying Shen, Husnu Saner Narman, Wingyan Chung, and Zongfang Lin: A Survey of Mobile Crowdsensing Techniques: A Critical Component for The Internet of Things, (ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems 2018)
 Jinwei Liu, Haiying Shen, Husnu Saner Narman, Zongfang Lin, and Zhuozhao Li: Popularity-aware Multi-failure Resilient and Cost-effective Replication for High Data Durability in Cloud Storage, (IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 2018)
 Jinwei Liu, Haiying Shen, Lei Yu, Husnu Saner Narman, Jiannan Zhai, Jason O. Hallstrom, and Yangyang He: Characterizing Data Deliverability of Greedy Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks, (IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing 2018)
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, and Haiying Shen: Scheduling Internet of Things Applications in Cloud Computing, (Springer Annals of Telecommunications 2017)
 Husnu Saner Narman, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, Mehdi Rahmani-andebili, and Haiying Shen: Joint and Selective Periodic Component Carrier Assignment for LTE-A, (Elsevier Computer Networks 2016)
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Management and Analysis of Multi Class Traffic in Single and Multi-Band Systems, (Springer Wireless Personal Communication 2015)
 Arnob Paul, Md. Hasanul Islam, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Husnu Saner Narman: A novel zone walking protection for secure DNS Server,
(WTS 2020 - presentation and IGI - IJITN Journal),
 Renascence Tarafder Prapty, Shuhana Azmin, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Husnu Saner Narman: Preventing Session Hijacking using Encrypted One-Time-Cookies, (WTS 2020), Slides
 Govind Yatnalkar, Husnu Saner Narman, and Haroon Malik: An Enhanced Ride Sharing Model Based on Human Characteristics and Machine Learning Recommender System, (EDI40 2020), Slides
 Sreehari Sreenath, Haroon Malik, Husnu Saner Narman, and Kanimozhi Kalaichelavan: Assessment and Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Civil Structural Health Monitoring, (EDI40 2020), Slides
 Kanimozhi Kalaichelavan, Haroon Malik, Husnu Saner Narman, and Sreehari Sreenath: What People Complain about Drone Apps? A Large-Scale Empirical Study of Google Play Store Reviews, (ANT 2020), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Alymbek Damir Uulu: Impacts of Positive and Negative Comments of Social Media Users to Cryptocurrency, (IEEE ICNC 2020), Slides
 Jared Lee Lewis, Geanina F. Tambaliuc, Husnu Saner Narman and Wook-Sung Yoo: IP Reputation Analysis of Public Databases and Machine Learning Techniques, (IEEE ICNC 2020), Slides
 Govind Yatnalkar and Husnu Saner Narman: A Matching Model for Vehicle Sharing Based on User Characteristics and Tolerated-Time, (IEEE HONET-ICT 2019), Slides
 Mainuddin Ahmad Jonas, Risul Islam, Md. Shohrab Hossain, Husnu Saner Narman, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: An Intelligent System for Preventing SSL Stripping-based Session Hijacking Attacks, (IEEE MILCOM 2019), Slides
 Md. Ishtiaq Ashiq, Protick Bhowmick, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Husnu Saner Narman: Domain Flux based DGA Botnet Detection Using Feedforward Neural Network, (IEEE MILCOM 2019), Slides
 Anh Nguyen, Greg Weed, and Husnu Saner Narman: Oral Therapeutic Tool for Speech and Feeding Therapies, (IEEE GLOBECOM 2019), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman, Alymbek Damir Uulu, and Jinwei Liu: Profile Analysis for Cryptocurrency in Social Media, (iEEE ISSPIT 2018), Slides
 Govind Yatnalkar and Husnu Saner Narman: Survey on Wireless Charging and Placement of Stations for Electric Vehicles, (IEEE ISSPIT 2018), Slides
 Kuo-Chi Fang, Husnu Saner Narman, Ibrahim Hussein Mwinyi, and Wook-Sung Yoo: PPHA-Popularity Prediction based High Data Availability for Multimedia Data Center, (WTS 2018 - presentation and IGI - IJITN Journal), Slides
 Ibrahim Hussein Mwinyi, Husnu Saner Narman, Kuo-Chi Fang, and Wook-Sung Yoo: Predictive Self-Learning Content Recommendation System for Multimedia Contents, (WTS 2018), Slides
 Jinwei Liu, Haiying Shen, and Husnu Saner Narman: CCRP: Customized Cooperative Resource Provisioning for High Resource Utilization in Clouds, (IEEE BigData 2016), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Primary Component Carrier Assignment in LTE-A, (EAI QSHINE 2016), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Selective Periodic Component Carrier Assignment Technique in LTE and LTE-A Systems, (IEEE GLOBECOM 2015 WN), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Analysis of Joint and Partial Component Carrier Assignment Techniques in LTE and LTE-A, (IEEE GLOBECOM 2015 CQRS), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Energy Aware Scheduling and Queue Management for Next Generation Wi-Fi Routers, (IEEE WCNC 2015 Workshop NGWiFi), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Joint and Partial Carrier Components Assignment Techniques Based on User Profile in LTE Systems, (IEEE WCNC 2015 MAC and Cross-Layer Design), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Carrier Components Assignment Method for LTE and LTE-A Systems Based on User Profile and Application, (IEEE GLOBECOM 2014 Workshop BWA), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: h-DDSS: Heterogeneous Dynamic Dedicated Servers Scheduling in Cloud Computing, (IEEE ICC 2014 SAC), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: DDSS: Dynamic Dedicated Servers Scheduling for Multi Priority Level Classes in Cloud Computing, (IEEE ICC 2014 NGN), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Multi Class Traffic Analysis of Single and Multi-band Queuing System, (IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 NGN), Slides
 Md. Shohrab Hossain, Husnu Saner Narman, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: A Novel Scheduling and Queue Management Scheme for Multi-band Mobile Routers, (IEEE ICC 2013 NGN), Slides
 Husnu Saner Narman, Turgay Korkmaz, and Suleyman Tek: Utilizing Distance Distribution in Determining Topological Characteristics of Multi-hop Wireless Networks, (IEEE ICNC 2013 CNC), Slides
 Jared Carter and Husnu Saner Narman: Trade-off Model of Fog-Cloud Computing for Space
Information Networks, (Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol (URDC), Feb
 James Colton Farley and Husnu Saner Narman: Emotion Classification of Users Based on Posts and Comments in Social Media, (Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol (URDC), Feb 2020)
 Alymbek Damir Uulu and Husnu Saner Narman: Education Analysis of Cryptocurrency for Protection from Social Engineering, (Office of Technology Capitol Posters, Feb 2019)
 Geanina Tambaliu, Jared Lee Lewis, Husnu Saner Narman, and Wook-Sung Yoo: Automated IP Reputation Analyzer, (Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol (URDC) and Office of Technology Capitol Posters, Feb 2019)
 Invited speaker on
Data Centers and Popularity based Allocation in CSSET'18 (Huntington
 PhD Defense Presentation (Norman OK, 2016)
 Predissertation Presentation (Norman OK, 2015)
 Oral General Exam (Norman OK, 2012)
 Oral Exam for Master Graduation (San Antonio TX, 2011)
 Ibrahim Hussein Mwinyi, Husnu Saner Narman Kuo-Chi Fang, and
Wook-Sung Yoo: Recommendation System based on Predictive
Approach, (MU 2017)
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: User Profile Carrier Components Assignment Method for LTE Systems, (OU 2014)
 Husnu Saner Narman and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Analysis of Static Partial Carrier Components Assignment in LTE Systems, (OU 2014)
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: DDSS: Dynamic Dedicated Servers Scheduling for Multi Priority Level Classes in Cloud Servers, (OU 2013)
 Md. Shohrab Hossain, Husnu Saner Narman, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Scheduling and Queue Management of Multi-band Mobile Routers, (OU 2013)
 Husnu Saner Narman, Md. Shohrab Hossain, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman: Multi-Class Traffic Analysis of Single and Multi-band Queuing System, (OU 2012)
 Husnu Saner Narman: General Exam Report, (Fall 2012)
 Husnu Saner Narman: Topological characteristics of multi-hop wireless networks, (Spring 2011)
 Husnu Saner Narman: Audio Embedding with an Error Correction Algorithm, (UTSA 2009)
Husnu Saner Narman: PhD Dissertation-Design and Development of Carrier Assignment and Packet Scheduling in LTE-A and Wi-Fi, (Spring 2016)
Please see my CV for details about my research experiences.
Teaching is one of the main reasons for my involvement in an academic career. I genuinely enjoy teaching and relish mentoring students. My teaching goal is to answer different levels of expectations, such as teaching undergraduate and graduate-level courses, train students, and educate professionals while making students progressively be independent learners.
Some of the courses that I teach/taught are as follows:
– CS 120: Computer Science II (Java, Face-to-face)
– CS 210: Data Structures and Algorithm (Face-to-face)
– CS 215: Advanced Data Structures and Algorithm (Face-to-face)
– CS 360: Automata and Formal Languages (Face-to-face)
– CS 410: Database Engineering (Face-to-face and QM Certified Online Development)
– CS 510: Database Systems (Face-to-face and QM Certified Online Development)
– CS 620: Applied Algorithms (QM Certified Online Development)
– CS 651: SpTp: Cloud Computing (Face-to-face)
– CYBR 620: Cyberwarfare (QM Certified Online Teaching)
– IS 623: Database Management (Face-to-face and QM Certified Online Development)
Please see my CV for details about my teaching experiences.
The aims of my vital services for the department, college, university, and community besides teaching and research services are to create partnerships with local schools, develop programs for outreach activities, and enrich the program. Therefore, I am a part of several activities and members of several committees. Some of my activities are as follows:
– College Representative on the University Athletic Committee (2019 –
– Department Representative on the College Outreach and Recruitment Committee (2019 – Present)
– Committee Chair of the Department Outreach Committee (2018 – Present)
– Committee Member of the Department Research Committee (2017 – Present)
– Committee Member of the Department Teaching Committee (2017 – Present)
– Organization of STEM Camps (2017 – Present)
– Activity Developments for Green and White Days (2018 – Present)
– Coding Workshops at local schools and the university (2017 – Present)
– Robotics Competitions (2018 – Present)
– Assiting local schools to integrate Computer Science education (2018 – Present)
– Editorial Board: Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer
Applications (2018 – Present)
– Publicity Co-Chairs:
ICCCN 2017, NAS 2017
– Technical Program Committee:
GLOBECOM, ICC, WCNC, CCGRID, ICFEC, ANT, WF-5G, IoTaIS, COMNETSAT, ISSPIT, UNet, TENCON, WINCOM
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Elsevier Future Generation Computer System, Wiley Software: Practice and Experience
Please see my CV for details about my service experiences.
The Purpose of the Computer Science Adventure Zone camp (CS A-Z) is to promote interest in computer science and to help K-12 students understand how computers work and how they help our everyday lives. Students will also learn how to solve problems with computing and programming. The CS A-Z camp will provide fun-filled, hands-on activities that students will enjoy while learning the science behind computing. Click for more info.
Adventure Zone Teacher Academy includes a one-week summer camp that will assist teachers in developing and integrating cybersecurity and computer science subjects into their courses at their home schools. Camp participants will engage in hands-on explorations of the many aspects of security, including ethics, networks, phishing, social engineering, and robotics system. Camp participants will also develop lesson plans for delivering cybersecurity and computer science content in K-12 curricula. Click for more info.
I have worked/been working with a number of graduate and undergraduate students for research projects. Some of their projects were supported by NASA, Marshall University, and WV State. Due to their excellent works, some of them have published their works in journals, conferences, and symposiums. Some of them also had opportunities to attend conferences. Please click on the image to see more images.
I have been working to improve computer science, robotics, and cybersecurity awareness among K-12 schools in the region and raising awareness of the University's role in computer science and cybersecurity education. Therefore, I have been organizing summer camps and given numerous presentations to local schools near Marshall University, that introduce computer science. Moreover, I have arranged and attended a number of programs such as Engineering Day, STEAM Family Night, ACT Workshop, Code and Cybersecurity Summit, Congressional App Challenge Competition, Green and White Days, etc. Each of the programs has a number of hands-on activities for students. Please click on the image to see more images.
I am supervising Community Service Leadership Program to help local schools, such as St. Joseph, to support them for their Robotic Club activities. Moreover, I am the faculty advisor of Geeks and Gadgets Student Club that organizes many events such as Annual Marshall University VEX IQ Challenge Competition which hosts more than 10 schools and 200 guests each year. Please click on the image to see more images.
Due to many K-12 events, many undergraduate and graduate students have been working with me for those outreach activities. Although some students get paid for their work, many of them are volunteers. I appreciate their hard works and willingness to organize such exemplary activities. Thank you all. Please click on images to see more images.