My research interests are in computer networks and data communication. They encompass congestion control, network measurements, scalability and robustness of communication systems, differentiated services, Internet pricing, routing, content distribution, peer-to-peer systems, self-configurable and wireless networks, and network security. I have a particular interest in adapting tools from various fields of applied mathematics such as control theory, coding theory, and AI to solve problems in computer networks.
- Dina Katabi, Mark Handley, and Charles Rohrs, "Internet Congestion Control for High Bandwidth-Delay Product Networks." ACM Sigcomm 2002, Pittsburgh, August, 2002.
- Dina Katabi and Charles Blake, "Inferring Congestion Sharing and Path Characteristics from Packet Interarrival Times." LCS Technical Report, 2001.
- Dina Katabi and Mark Handley, " Using Precise Feedback for Controlling Congestion in the Internet." MIT-LCS Technical Report 820.
- Dina Katabi, Issam Bazzi, and Xiaowei Yang, " A Passive Approach for Detecting Shared Bottlenecks." IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks, ICCCN 2001, Arizona 2001.
- Dina Katabi and Mark Handley, " Enhancing Internet Congestion Control Using Explicit and Precise Feedback." A 2-page paper published in Oxygen 2001 Workshop, July 2001.
- Dina Katabi and John Wroclawski, " A Framework for Scalable Global IP-Anycast (GIA)." Best Student Paper award, SIGCOMM 2000.
- Dina Katabi " The Use of IP-Anycast for Building Efficient Multicast Trees." Global Internet'99, Costa Rica, 1999.
- Dina Katabi, Issam Bazzi, and Xiaowei Yang, "An Information Theoretic Approach for Shared Bottleneck Inference Based on End-to-end Measurements." MIT-LCS Technical Memo 604.
- Issam Bazzi and Dina Katabi, "Using Support Vector Machines for Spoken Digit Recognition." Proc. of 6th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP), Beijing, China, October 2000.
- ACM SIGCOMM: Best Paper Award (2011)
- MIT EECS: Faculty Research Innovation Fellowship (2011)
- ACM: SIGCOMM Award (2008)
- Sloan Foundation: Research Fellowship (2006)
- NSF: Career Award (2005)
- Usenix: NSDI - Best Student Paper (2005)
- ACM: Doctoral Dissertation Award| Honorable Mention (2003)
- MIT EECS: Sprowls Doctoral Dissertation Award (2003)