Riri Fitri Sari is a tenure track Professor of Computer Engineering at the Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia (UI). She graduated with a BSc in Electrical Engineering from UI. She gained a Master in Human Resources Management from the Atmajaya University Jakarta. Subsequently she completed her MSc degree in Software Systems and Parallel Processing from the Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, UK, funded by British Council Chevening Award. She holds a PhD in Computer Networks from the School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK. Her PhD research was on Active Networks-based Congestion Control Protocols. Her current main teaching and research area includes Computer Network, Protocol Engineering, Grid Computing, and ICT implementation. Prof. Dr. Sari is a Senior Member of the Institute for Electronics andone of the
8% of Electrical Engineers Worldwide. In November 2011, IEEE Region 10 Asia Pacific announce her as the recipient of the IEEE WIE Most Inspiring Engineer Award, awarded at the IEEE Region 10 Meeting in Kolkata, India, March 2012. Prof. Dr. Riri Fitri Sari is the 2009 Most Outstanding Lecturer
at the University of Indonesia. On completing a hard selection and competition, She has also been selected as the 3rd Winner of the National Selection of the Most Outstanding Lecturer hold by the Ministry of National Education of Republic of Indonesia in conjunction with the 64th National
My research interest is in protocol engineering, especially in IP based network. My works are on energy efficient applications, Vehicular Network (VANET) applications, Quality of Service, wireless network protocols, and wireless sensor network (WSN). My latest work on VANET uses NS2 and NS3 to evaluate PUMA routing protocol. On QoS, we compared TCP Spoofing and End to End Approach to enable partial QoS and QoS modeling on LTE for Transportation user. On wireless network, we evaluated AODV routing protocol in Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) models on security aspect and energy consumption, and also implemented a hybrid AODV routing protocol; modeled A-MSDU, A-MPDU, and Block ACK schemes; evaluated and modeled the performance of IEEE 1609.4 Multi-Channel Operation on Multi-hop dissemination, safety and non-safety applications, routing for different mobility models, and corrupted signal by Markov chain model . On wireless sensor network, we proposed an algorithm to achieve coverage and connectivity and analyzed the performance; and compared the routing protocols over S-MAC .
We are planning to use NDN for mobile applications and embedded environment by implementing applications based on the use cases we are going to develop. The use cases are multimedia application with (e.g. WhatsApp, Line, YouTube mobile stream, mobile browser etc.) over mobile with lower power. Another case is implementing sensor networks with low power over NDN, which needs modification in the packets for the devices while maintaining the important aspects provided by NDN. Packet filtering also has vast use cases which had already been implemented in the current IP. Payload inspection and statistical approach on IP header had been done, and NDN provides different model of approach in this case. We will implement packet filtering mechanism to NDN based on the data’s name and payload. We will also perform statistical analysis to the named packets.