services and applications and editing a document intended to serve as a foundation for research and development efforts in the DARPA community. Her work in the server selection area focuses on techniques for the effective use of replicas of servers distributed over the wide area. She has developed an architecture to support server selection on a wide range of performance and policy criteria, thus supporting diversity in the service or in client preferences. She has also explored the implications of server selection in the presence of emerging technologies, including multicast-capable servers and QoS-capable networks. Dr. Zegura has served on a variety of NSF award selection panels and numerous conference program committees, as well as three conference executive committees (as Publicity Chair for ICNP’97 Student Travel Grant, Chair for Sigcomm’97, and Tutorials Chair for Sigcomm’99). She was co-chair of the 2nd Workshop on Internet Server Performance, held in conjunction with ACM Sigmetrics. She also served on the selection committee for the CRA Distributed Mentor program. Dr. Zegura’s work has been funded by DARPA, the NSF, the CRA, and NASA. She has also received industrial grants from Hitachi Telecom, USA, and internal university grants from the Packaging Research Center and the Broadband Telecommunications Center.



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