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ד"ר אורן שרון

שם:ד"ר אורן שרון
תפקיד:מרצה
מחלקה:ביה"ס למדעי המחשב והמתמטיקה, ביה"ס לניהול מערכות מידע
דוא"ל:oran@netanya.ac.il
Education:
1994- D.Sc. degree in Computer  Science ,
 Technion, IIT, Haifa, Israel
   Research subject:
      Protocols for Spatial and Slot Reuse in Bus Networks
 Research: Distributed algorithms, MAC protocols for wired and wireless networks.
1988- M.Sc. degree in Computer Science,
 Technion, IIT, Haifa, Israel
   Research subject:
      Models for address distribution and session management in
      Broadcast networks with dynamic addresses.
 1986- B.Sc. degree in Computer Science, with honors,
 Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (IIT), Haifa, Israel
Books:
  Co-author of the book ' Data Communications ' – serves as a text
  book for High Schools. Publisher – Ministry of Education, Israel.
M.Sc. Students ( Completed theses ) :
 
3.    A. Liron,
       " Efficient coupled PHY and MAC use of Physical Bursts by ARQ-Enabled
       connections in WiMAX/IEEE 802.16e Networks" , 2014
2.   G. Tabajha,
      "Efficient Coupled PHY and MAC use of Physical Bursts in
      WiMAX/IEEE 802.16e Networks ", 2012
1.   A. Likholat,
      "On the relation between the throughput gain with slot reuse and the
      number of address bits in the Dual Bus configuration", 2001
Publications in Journals:
27.  O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
        "  A New Aggregation based Scheduling method for rapidly changing
             802.11ac Wireless channels  "
           Wireless Sensor Networks 8(8) (2016) 145-165
26.  O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
       " Coupled IEEE 802.11ac and TCP Goodput improvement using
           Aggregation and Reverse Direction "
          Wireless Sensor Networks 8(7)  (2016) 107-136
25. O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
      " Coupled IEEE 802.11ac and TCP performance evaluation in various
          aggregation schemes and Access Categories"
          Computer Networks 100 (2016) 141-156
24.  O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
        "  The combination of aggregation, ARQ, QoS guarantee and mapping of
            Application flows in Very High Throughput 802.11ac networks "
           Physical Communication 17 (2015) 15-36
23.  O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
        "  The combination of QoS , aggregation and RTS/CTS in
             Very High Throughput 802.11ac networks "
          Physical Communication 15 (2015) 25-45
22.  O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
        " MAC level Throughput comparison: 802.11ac vs. 802.11n ",
          Physical Communication 12 (2014) 33-49
21.  O. Sharon, A. Liron, Y. Alpert,
       " Efficient coupled PHY and MAC use of physical bursts by ARQ-enabled
          connections in WiMAX/IEEE 802.16e networks"
          Physical Communication 10 (2014) 72-105
20.   O. Sharon, Y. Alpert,
        "Physical and Medium Access Control criteria for the optimal
          Medium Access Control protocol data unit size in Automatic Repeat
          Request-enabled connections in IEEE 802.16e/WiMAX systems",
        International  Journal of Communication Systems 27(2014) 3292-3311
19.   O. Sharon, G. Tabajha, Y. Alpert,
        "Efficient coupled PHY and MAC use of physical Bursts in WiMAX/IEEE
802.16e networks", Physical Communication 7 (2013) 73-91
18.   Y. Alpert, J. Segev O. Sharon,
        "Towards an optimal transmission of SDUs in IEEE 802.16e/WiMAX
        systems", Physical Communication 7 (2013) 44-60
17.   Y. Alpert, J. Segev, O. Sharon,
        "Coupled PHY, MAC and repetition scheduling in IEEE 802.16
          WiMAX systems",
        Physical Communication 7 (2013) 14-29
16.   Y. Alpert, J. Segev, O. Sharon,
        "Advanced coupled PHY and MAC scheduling in IEEE 802.16e WiMAX
systems",  Physical Communication 3( 2010)  287-298
15.   A. Israeli,  O. Sharon,
   "An approximation algorithm for sequential rectangle placement",
        Information Processing Letters 108  (2008)  407-411
 14.   A. Israeli, D. Rawitz, O. Sharon,
         "On the Complexity of Sequential Rectangle Placement in IEEE
         802.16/WiMAX  Systems",  Information and Computation,  206(11) (2008)
         1334-1345
 13.   O. Sharon, A. Vainstein, A. Likholat,
        "On the relation between the throughput gain with slot  reuse and the
        number of address bits in the dual bus configuration, Part 2: Linear and
        equal throughputs", Computer Systems, Science & Engineering journal,
        17 ( 4) (2002)  237-251
 12.   O. Sharon, A. Likholat,
         "On the relation between the throughput gain with slot reuse and the
         number of address bits in the dual bus  configuration, Part 1: Maximum
         throughput", Computer Systems, Science & Engineering journal,
         17 (4) (2002) 223-236
11.   O. Sharon, E. Altman,
         "An Efficient Polling MAC  for Wireless LANs",
        ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking, 10( 4) (2001)  439-451
10.   O. Sharon, M. Spratt,
        "A CSMA/CD compatible MAC for real-time transmissions based on
         varying collision intervals", Computer Networks 35 (2-3) (2001)  117-142
  9.    O. Sharon,
        "Dissemination of Routing Information in Broadcast Networks:OSPF
         versus IS-IS",  IEEE Network journal 15( 1)  (2001)  56-65
  8.    O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "Session management in broadcast networks with dynamic addresses",
        Computer Networks  31 (23-24) (1999) 2489-2503
  7.    O. Sharon,
         "On the Relation Between Bit Delay for Slot Reuse and the Number of
         Address Bits in the Dual Bus Configuration",  IEEE Transaction on
         Information Theory  45 (1) ( 1999)  356-365
  6.    O. Sharon,
          "A Proof for Lack of Starvation in DQDB With and Without Slot Reuse",
         ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking  5(3) (1997) 410-419
  5.    O. Sharon, A. Segall,
         "The Parallel D-Net", Computer Communication  18 (8) (1995)  552-562
  4.    O. Sharon, A. Segall,
         "Schemes for Slot Reuse in a Dual Bus System with the CRMA II MAC",
        Journal of High Speed Networks 4 (3) (1995)  239-254
  3.   O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "Schemes for Slot Reuse in CRMA",  ACM/IEEE Transactions on
        Networking 2 (3) (1994) 269-278
  2.   O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "On the Efficiency of Slot Reuse in the Dual Bus Configuration",
        ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking 2 (1) (1994)  89-100
  1.   O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "A Simple scheme for Slot Reuse Without latency for a  Dual Bus
          Configuration ",
        ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking,  1 (1) (1993) 96-104
 
Publications in Conferences:
11.   O. Sharon, A. Liron, Y. Alpert,
        “ Efficient coupled PHY and MAC use of Physical Bursts by ARQ-Enabled
         connections in WiMAX/IEEE 802.16e Networks” , Proceedings of the
         Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS)  (2013) 191-198
10.   O. Sharon, G. Tabajha, Y. Alpert,
        "Efficient Coupled PHY and MAC use of Physical Bursts in WiMAX/IEEE
802.16e Networks", Proceedings of the Wireless Information Networks and
         Systems (WINSYS)  (2012)  343-348
  9.    O. Sharon,  Y. Alpert,
         "Optimal MAC PDU size in ARQ-Enabled connections in WiMAX/IEEE
         802.16e Networks", Proceedings of the Wireless Information Networks and
         Systems (WINSYS)  (2012)  315-322
  8.    A. Israeli, D. Rawitz, O. Sharon,
         "On the Complexity of Sequential Rectangle Packing in IEEE
         802.16/WiMax Systems", Proceedings of the Europian Symposium on
         Algorithms (ESA) ( 2007)  570-581
  7.    O. Sharon,
         "A CSMA/CD compatible MAC for real-time transmissions based on
          varying collision intervals",  Proceedings of the IEEE International
         Conference on Computer Communications  (INFOCOM) (1998) 1265-1272
  6.   O. Sharon,
        "On the relation between bit delay for Slot Reuse and the number of
         address bits in the Dual Bus Configuration", Proceedings of the  16th Annual
         ACM Symposium on the Principles of Distributed Computing ( PODC) (1997)
         294-294
   5.   O. Sharon,
        "An Efficient Polling MAC for Wireless LANs ",
         Proceedings of the High Performance Computing Systems Workshop
         (HPCS)  (1997)  91-100
  4.    O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "A proof for lack of starvation in DQDB with and without Slot Reuse",
        Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer
        Communications  (INFOCOM ) (1995) 1880-1888
  3.    O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "On the efficiency of Slot Reuse in the Dual Bus configuration ", Proceedings
        of  the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications
        (INFOCOM) (1994) 758-765
  2.   O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        " Schemes for Slot Reuse in a Dual Bus system with the CRMA II MAC ",
        Proceedings of the 6th IEEE Workshop on Local and Metropolitan Area
        Networks (1993) 27-47
  1.   O. Sharon, A. Segall,
        "A Simple scheme for Slot Reuse Without latency inDual Bus  ",
        Proceedings of the IFIG WG6.1/WG6.4 Third International Workshop on
        Protocols for High Speed Networks III ( 1992) 103-118
Employment Record:
2008 – 2011
             Consultant : to an industrial company in issues related to the
             relation between the PHY and MAC layers in order to enable
             efficient transmission on a Wireless link.
2001 –
      Senior lecture – Netanya Academic College
       Courses:
          1.  Digital Systems
          2.  Introduction to Computer Networks
               ARQ protocols,  802.3 – Ethernet, 802.11 – WLAN, 802.1d – Bridging
               Introduction to TCP/IP
          3.  IP Networking 1
               DNS , Unicast routing ( RIP, OSPF, BGPv4)
               Multicast routing ( DVMRP, MOSPF, PIM-SM, PIM-DM, CBT )
               TCP – reliability, performance ( NewReno, Limited transmit, SACK )
               Sockets
               The Web
          4.  IP Networking 2
               QoS – IntServ, DiffServ
                RSVP
                MPLS
                BGP/MPLS VPNs
                Network Security ( Symmetric, Public Key Crypt, Hash functions,  IPSec, SSL )
                IP Telephony : H.323, SIP
                 IPv6
                 Mobile IPv4, Mobile IPv6
         5.  Seminar – Scheduling policies ( WFQ, WF2Q etc. ) .
1998-2001
       ECI Telecom – Datacom Scientist, advisor.
       The position included learning various new subjects in TCP/IP such
       as  VPNs, MPLS, QoS and evaluating their relevance and importance to
       the company products.
       Another issue was to follow after the standardization process regarding
       the control plane ( GMPLS ) of optical networks ( OTN ) in order to
       eventually incorporate the standards into the optical products of the company.
1995-1998
     Dr. Instructor –
        Haifa University;
        Tel Aviv University;
      Courses:
       1. Introduction to Computer Networks
       2. The Assembly language of the 80×86 processors
       3. High Speed Networks – Architecture and protocols
 
1995
        Consultant – Network Technology Department, HP Labs, Bristol, England
        Involved in two projects:
        1.  The design of  a compatible CSMA/CD MAC protocol for a Home LAN.
        Included the specification of the protocol, proof of correctness and performance
        analysis by mathematical analysis and simulation ( by BONeS ).
        2. The design of a MAC protocol for a Wireless
        LAN ( WLAN ) for classrooms. The protocol is a novel variation of
        Polling schemes which enables simultaneous transmissions of control
        and data packets. Included the specification of the protocol,
        correctness proof and performance evaluation.
1987 – 1994
     Teaching assistant – Computer Science Faculty
     Technion, IIT, Haifa, Israel
     Courses:
       1. Introduction to Programming
       2. Introduction to Optimization
       3. Introduction to Computer Networks
   1985 – 1986
     Nikuv Ltd. Software House
     Ha'atzmaut Road 112, Haifa, Israel
 
Awards:
The Gutwirth award for excellence in research – 1991
Haifa University – Rector and Dean of the students award for excellence
 in teaching : 2003 , 2004
Patents:
 
  " A CSMA/CD compatible MAC for real-time transmissions
  based on varying collision intervals "
  Inventors: O. Sharon, M. Spratt; Applicant: Hewlett Packard company.

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