Ali Kujoory, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor

Ali Kujoory

Dr. Ali Kujoory is a Data Networking Consultant specialized in the areas of secure real-time applications over the Internet including voice and video over IP, SIP in IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), and broadband access (xDSL, Passive Optical Network, Ethernet), LAN/MAN/WAN. At the Sonoma State University, he is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Dept. of Engineering Science teaching the graduate courses on Data Communications and Network Architecture and Protocols, and some undergraduate courses including Linear Systems Theory, Digiital Design, Electronics, Analog and Digital Communicatios, and Communications in Digital Age. Prior to joining SSU in September 2003, he was a Lead Systems Architect at Alcatel in CA for over three years doing forward-looking work on Voice over Packet, Passive Optical Network, Next Generation SONET, and reliability. Before joining Alcatel, he was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories in NJ for sixteen years doing forward looking work and research on the quality of service aspects for real-time applications over the Internet. He also lead the AT&T group on the ATM Standards. While at AT&T, he was also an Adjunct Professor of EE and CS programs at the Stevens Institute of Technology in NJ. Dr. Kujoory is a Life Senior Member of the IEEE and received the IEEE Millennium in 2000 and the IEEE Section awards from 1996-2000 for contributions to the IEEE NJ Coast Section. He received the AT&T Standards Recognition Award in 1997. He has published and presented numerous papers in the technical journals and conferences and holds a number of patents in the areas of IP applications, QoS, and broadband technologies. He has a B.S. in EE from the American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in EE from University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

Patents, Academic, Industrial, and Administrative Experiences, Publications, Degrees, Affiliations

Course Materials
CES 552, Network Architecture and Protocols ES 210 Lab, Digital Circuit and Logic Design Lab
CES 440 or ES 465, Intro. to Networking & Network Management ES 110, Introduction to Engineering and Lab Experience
CES 400 or ES 400, Linear Systems Theory ES 101a, Communication in Digital Age (Lecture)
CES 597 or EE 497, Engineering Science Colloquium ES 101b, Communication in Digital Age (Lab)
ES 440, Analog and Digital Communications About Internet Teaching Lab (ITL)
ES 314, Advanced Programming, Simulation & Modeling The Internetworking Lab and the instructions for the experiments
ES 230, Electronics I Slides for some of the lab experiments
Projects and Technical Documents Lectures and Seminars at SSU
Project Proposals ES Lecture Series
SHIP CS Colloquium & Events
Technical Documents What physicists do
  M*A*T*H Colloquium