Publication & Patents

Refereed Publication

A: Archive Publication:

  • I.A.1 Sidhu and Jordan, “Gains in Bitstream Multiplexors”, IEEE Transactions in Networking, December 1995.  link
  • I.A.2 Kostas, Borella, Schuster, Sidhu, Mahler, Grabiec, “Real-time voice over packet switched networks,”, IEEE Network Magazine, Vol. 12, No 1, Feb. 1998. (This paper was perfectly timed and very practical, which resulted in the fact that many implementors of VoIP systems based their work on this.)  link
  • I.A.3 Dalgic, …, Sidhu, “True Number Portability and Advanced Call-Screening in a SIP-Based IP-Telephony System”, IEEE Communications Magazine, July 1999. (This paper lays out the foundations for mobility management for voice devices as later adopted by 3G.)  link
  • I.A.4 Borella, Sidhu, “Pricing Framework for a Differentiated Services Internet”, European Transactions on Telecommunications (ETT), Volume 10, No. 3 May/June 1999.  link
  • I.A.5 Jordan, Jogi, Shi, Sidhu, “Optimal Buffer and Effective Bandwidth”, IEEEACM Transactions in Networking, December 2004.  link
  • I.A.6 Yassine, Sidhu, Bradley, “Sustaining and disruptive categorization of university-licensed technologies: the impact on licensee and university technology revenue stream”, International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation 2010 – Vol. 9, No.3 pp. 217 – 237.  link
  • I.A.6 Sidhu, Singer, Johnsson, Suoranta, “A game-based teaching approach in entrepreneurship”,  Applied Innovation Review, June 2015, link
  • I.A.7 Charlotta Johnsson (Lund University), Rebecca Loeffler (University of Munich), Ikhlaq Sidhu (UC Berkeley), Carl-Henric Nilsson (Lund University), A Student-Centered Approach and Mindset-Focused Pedagogical Approach for Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Applied Innovation Review, June 2016 (download)
  • I.A.8 Peer Reviewed Book Chapter: “Guiding Students towards an Entrepreneurial Mindset”, Charlotta Johnsson, Ikhlaq Sidhu, Mari Suoranta, Ken Singer, UC Berkeley, CA, USA., Institute for Higher Education Learning, Symposium, Riga, Latvia, May 2017. (download) (download-revised)

Refereed Conference & Symposia Publication:

  • I.B.1 Jordan and Sidhu, “Gains in Bitstream Multiplexors, Allerton Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1993.  (hardcopy)
  • I.B.2 Sidhu, Jiang, and Jordan, “Temporal Multiplexing Gains,” Allerton Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 1995.  link
  • I.B.3 H. Jiang, I. Sidhu, S Jordan, “A Pricing Model for Networks with Priorities”, Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, September 1996, pp. 269-275.  link
  • I.B.4 Fry, Sidhu, Schuster, Mahler, “Voice and Data Session Capacity over Local Area Networks”, IEEE Netword Interop Conference, Las Vegas 1998. ( Winner of the best student paper award) .  link
  • I.B.5 Diaz, Shariff, Yassine, Sidhu, “ A Capability Market Matrix ”, 2003 IEEE International Engineering and Management Conference, Albany, NY.  link
  • I.B.6 Sidhu, Yassine, Shariff, “A Regional Portfolio Growth Analysis Technique and Case Study”, Babson AGSE Melbourne, Australia, Feb 2004.  link
  • I.B.7 Sidhu, I., Yassine, A., and Shariff, S., “ROI Projection Results for E-Portfolios,” 2004 ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) Annual Conference (ASEE Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division), Salt Lake City, Utah, June 20-23, 2004.  link
  • I.B.8 Papavasiliou, Oren, Sidhu, Kaminsky, “Renewable Energy Supply for Electric Vehicle Operations in California”, 32nd International Association for Energy and Economics International Conference, San Francisco, 2009.  link
  • *I.B.9 Aksuyek, F. Hacklin, and I. Sidhu (2013). Fool them once, or fool them twice? The role of the business model in sustaining disruptive innovation. In: Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy (GIKA) Annual Conference, Valencia, Spain, July 9-11, 2013. (link)
  • *I.B.10 E. Aksuyek, F. Hacklin, and I. Sidhu (2013). Cost of sustaining a disruptive service: evidence from the Netflix’ business model innovation. In: European Group of Organizational Studies (EGOS) Annual Conference, Montréal, Turkey, July 4-6, 2013. (link)
  • I.B.11 E. Aksuyek, F. Hacklin, and I. Sidhu (2013). Cost of sustaining a disruptive service: evidence from the Netflix’ business model innovation. In: European Academy of Management (EURAM) Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, June 26-29, 2013. (link)
  • I.B.12 Sidhu, Deletraz, Effect of Comfort Zone on Entrepreneurship Potential, Innovation Culture, and Career Satisfaction, ASEE Conference, Seattle, June 14-17 (link)
  • I.B.13 Sidhu, Singer, Johnsson, Suoranta, Introducing the Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship – a Game-Based Teaching Approach_ American Society for Engineering Education, ASEE June 14-17, 2015 (link)
  • I.B.14 Sidhu, Lavian, Howell, R&D Models for Advanced Development & Corporate Research, IEEE ICE Conference, Belfast Ireland, 22nd – 24th June 2015 (link)  Winner, Best Paper Presentation of Conference.  And featured in IEEE Explorer, 2015.
  • I.B.15 Ikhlaq Sidhu*, Jean-Etienne Goubet, Ye Xia, Measurement of Innovation Mindset A Method and Tool within the Berkeley Innovation Index Framework, IEEE ICE, TEMS Society, Norway 2016. (download)
  • I.B.16 Johnsson, Suoranta, Sidhu, Singer, On Using Games for Practicing Entrepreneurial Mindset, European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ECIE), Jyväskylä University, Finland, Sept. 2016. (download paper, download presentation)
  • I.B.17 Stettina, Offerman, Mooij, Sidhu, Gaming for Agility: Applying Serious Games to enable Agile Project Management in Practice, IEEE ITMC/ICE Conference, Stuttgart, Germany, June 2018. (download)
  • I.B.18 Fred-Ojala, Sidhu, Johnsson, Suoranta, The Berkeley Innovation Index: A Quantitative Approach to Measure, Track and Forecast Innovation Capability within Individuals and Organizations. 5TH ICIMSA June, 2018, Hong Kong, China (download)
  • 1.B.19 Sidhu, Fred-Ojala, Iqbal, Johnsson, Applying entrepreneurial teaching methods to advanced technical STEM courses, IEEE ITMC/ICE Conference, Stuttgart, Germany, June 2018, (download)
  • 1.B.20 Ferry, Goyal, Sidhu, Fred-Ojala, “Breaking the Zuckerberg Myth: Successful Entrepreneurs Have 10 Years of Prior Employment”, IEEE ITMC/ICE Conference, Stuttgart, Germany, June 2018, (download)
  • (working paper) 1.B.21 Saghaei, Verma, Yang, Sidhu, Fred-Ojala, Long-Term Hedging of Energy-Related Commodities Using Novel Feature Discovery and Machine Learning Techniques, IEEE ITMC/ICE Conference, Stuttgart, Germany, June 2018, (download)

II Non-Refereed Publication

  • II.C.1 Sidhu and Mahler, Throughput Requirements of an Internet Access Router”, International Engineering Consortium, 1996.  (hardcopy)
  • II.C.2 Sidhu, Bezaitis, “Eat or be Eaten”, America’s Network Magazine, Nov 1, 1999.  link
  • II.C.3 Sidhu, “Multiplexing Policies and Admission Control for High-Speed Networks,” Northwestern University, 1995. (dissertation, hardcopy)
  • II.C.4 Sidhu, I., et. al, “Report on Education and Globalization”, College of Engineering, University of Illinois, Fall 2004.  link
  • II.C.5 Sidhu, I., et. al, “Policy Brief: Procuring Innovation at Transportation Public Agencies”, Commissioned Study for the State of California, Dept. of Transportation, 2008.  link
  • II.C.6 Sidhu, et. al, “Economic Impact of Electric Vehicle Adoption in the United States”, Global Venture Lab, Technical Brief, 2008.  link
  • II.C.7 Sidhu, et. al, “Electric Power Supply Distribution for Electric Vehicle Operations”, Global Venture Lab, Technical Brief, 2008.  link
  • II.C.8 Sidhu, et. al, “Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Rollout Strategy”, Global Venture Lab, Technical Brief, 2008.  link
  • II.C.9 Sidhu (PI), et. al, “Optimal Charging of Electric Vehicles”, CET Technical Brief, 9-2009.  link
  • II.C.10 Sidhu (PI), with T. Becker, et. al, “Electric Vehicles in the United States: A New Model with Forecasts to 2030”, CET Technical Brief, 8/2009.  link
  • II.C.11 Sidhu (PI), et al,”Impact of Widespread Electric Vehicle Adoption on the Electrical Utility Business – Threats and Opportunities”, CET Technical Brief., 8/2009.  link
  • II.C.12 Sidhu (PI), et. al, Technical and Business Challenges of Building an Electric Vehicle Sports Utility Vehicle (EV SUV), CET Technical Brief, 12-16-09.  link
  • II.C.13 Sidhu (PI) et. al, “The EV Battery Landscape: Opportunities and Challenges”, CET Technical Brief, 12/2009.  link
  • II.C.14 Sidhu, Tenderich, Broderick, “Technology Entrepreneurship and Education: A Report from the Global Venture Lab Inaugural Summit”, CET Technical Brief, May 19, 2010, link
  • II.C.15 Ho, Alexander, Broderick, Sidhu (PI), “Intellectual Property Strategies for New UC Berkeley Ventures: A Framework”, CET Engineering Leadership Technical Brief, 11-2010 linksummary.
  • II.C.16 Ikhlaq Sidhu, Andrew Lim, Max Shen, UC Berkeley Anoop Sinha, McKinsey & Company, Quantitative Technology Methods that can Improve Business Operations, CET Technical Brief, March 2011, link
  • II.C.17 Suoranta, et. al, Value Estimates of Engineering Leadership Education, White Paper, May 2011 link
  • II.C.18 Solyndra 2011 Case Study, Fung Institute Case Library, UC Berkeley, Revision Date January 2012, link
  • II.C.19 Google’s Acquisition of Motorola Mobility, Fung Institute Case Library, UC Berkeley, Revision Date April 2012, link
  • II.C.20 Sidhu, et. al, “A Model for Global Engineering Leadership”, white paper, 11/2012 (link)
  • II.C.21 Sidhu, “K-12 Education in 2020″, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 3/2012 (link)
  • II.C.22 Sidhu, et. al, “Trends in Customer Loyalty Rewards Aggregation”, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 3/2012 (link)
  • II.C.23 Brick and Mortar 2.0, Lessons from Engineering Leadership, white paper, 10/2012 (link)
  • II.C.24 Offshoring, Lessons from Engineering Leadership, Technical Brief, 10/2012 (link)
  • II.C.25 Business Model Release Cycles, 3/2013 (link)
  • II.C.26 Self-Driving Cars, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 3/2013 (link)
  • II.C.27 Netflix II Case (link)
  • II.C.28 M&A Success Factors, Engineering Leadership White Paper 3/2013, (link)
  • III.C.29 Internet Privacy, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 3/2013 (link)
  • II.C.30 Affordable Care Act, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 3/2013 (link)
  • II.C.31 SaaS – Owning your data in the Cloud, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 3/2013 (link)
  • II.C.32 Human Genome Testing, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 10/2013 (link)
  • *II.C.33vCritical Success Factors in Mergers & Acquisitions, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 10/2013 (link)
  • *II.C.34 The US Postal Service, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 10/2013, (link)
  • *II.C.35 Best Practices in Performance Management, Engineering Leadership White Paper, 10/2013 (link)
  • *II.C.36 Sidhu, Berkeley Innovation Index Concept Paper, Feb. 2016 (link)
  • II.C.37 Sidhu, “Is Your Data Strategy Working Hard Enough?”, SCET, March 2017 (download), link
  • II.C.38 Sidhu, “Guidance for Entrepreneurship at Universities”, SCET, March 2017 (download), (link)

  • II.C.39 Sidhu, “What is New in Zealand”, May 2017 (download) (link)
  • II.C.40 Sidhu, “Reflecting on ‘Why’ for UC Berkeley’s Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology”, SCET, Aug 2017, (link) (paper)
  • II.C.41 Sidhu, “Our Students Can Make Data, AI, & Blockchain Projects Work in Real Life – and So Can You: A Focus on Implementation and Rapid Impact, A Signal in the Noise”, March 2018 (link)
  • II.C.42 – Learning Rapid Implementation of AI and Data, April 13, 2018, link, paper

Course Packets and Texts

  • Sidhu (Editor/Author), “Engineering Leadership”, 2011-current year Editions for UC Berkeley Engineering Leadership Professional Program [Hardcopy]
  • Sidhu (Editor/Author), “Profiting from Innovation”, for Technology Innovation and Strategy, University of Illinois, 2002. [Hardcopy]

Granted Intellectual Property

  1. 8,923,276 Internet protocol telephony voice/video message deposit and retrieval
  2. 7,573,873 Internet telephony using network address translation
  3. 7,564,835 System and method for maximizing the use of bandwidth optimization techniques in voice-over-packet connections
  4. 7,453,815 Method and system for monitoring and management of the performance of real-time networks
  5. 7,450,560 Method for address mapping in a network access system and a network access device for use therewith
  6. 7,203,190 Method and apparatus for routing in a communication or data network, or in a network of communication and data networks
  7. 7,171,492 Method and application programming interface for assigning multiple network addresses
  8. 7,032,242 Method and system for distributed network address translation with network security features
  9. 7,028,335 Method and system for controlling attacks on distributed network address translation enabled networks
  10. 7,016,675 System and method for controlling telephone service using a wireless personal information device
  11. 6,996,621 Method for supporting secondary address delivery on remote access servers
  12. 6,954,454 Architecture for a central office using IP technology
  13. 6,948,074 Method and system for distributed generation of unique random numbers for digital tokens
  14. 6,937,699 System and method for advertising using data network telephone connections
  15. 6,937,610 Method and protocol for a medium access control layer for local area networks with multiple-priority traffic
  16. 6,914,897 System and method for accessing radio programs using a data network telephone in a network based telecommunication system
  17. 6,870,830 System and method for performing messaging services using a data communications channel in a data network telephone system
  18. 6,857,072 System and method for enabling encryption/authentication of a telephony network
  19. 6,857,021 Proximity-based registration on a data network telephony system
  20. 6,856,616 System and method for providing service provider configurations for telephones using a central server in a data network telephony system
  21. 6,822,957 Distributed network address translation for a network telephony system
  22. 6,804,224 System and method for providing telephone service having private branch exchange features in a voice-over-data network telephony system
  23. 6,795,429 System and method for associating notes with a portable information device on a network telephony call
  24. 6,785,261 Method and system for forward error correction with different frame sizes
  25. 6,781,982 Method and system for allocating persistent private network addresses between private networks
  26. 6,771,674 Method and system for forward error correction based on parallel streams
  27. 6,768,743 Method and system for address server redirection for multiple address networks
  28. 6,744,759 System and method for providing user-configured telephone service in a data network telephony system
  29. 6,741,586 System and method for sharing computer screens over a telephony network
  30. 6,732,314 Method and apparatus for L2TP forward error correction
  31. 6,731,642 Internet telephony using network address translation
  32. 6,731,630 Flexible dial plan for a data network telephony system
  33. 6,708,219 Method and system for dual-network address utilization
  34. 6,697,354 Method and system for distributed network address translation for mobile network devices
  35. 6,681,252 System and method for interconnecting portable information devices through a network based telecommunication system
  36. 6,678,250 Method and system for monitoring and management of the performance of real-time networks
  37. 6,675,218 System for user-space network packet modification
  38. 6,674,745 Method and system for mapping phone numbers to IP addresses
  39. 6,661,880 System and method for embedding digital information in a dial tone signal
  40. 6,650,901 System and method for providing user-configured telephone service in a data network telephony system
  41. 6,650,619 Method and system for facilitating increased call traffic by reducing signaling load in an emergency mode
  42. 6,625,119 Method and system for facilitating increased call traffic by switching to a low bandwidth encoder in a public emergency mode
  43. 6,587,433 Remote access server for multiple service classes in IP networks
  44. 6,584,490 System and method for providing call-handling services on a data network telephone system
  45. 6,577,622 System and method for using a portable information device to establish a conference call on a telephony network
  46. 6,570,606 Method and apparatus for controlling transmission of media signals over a data network in response to triggering events at participating stations
  47. 6,567,405 Method and protocol for distributed network address translation
  48. 6,567,399 Hi-fidelity line card
  49. 6,542,504 Profile based method for packet header compression in a point to point link
  50. 6,512,761 System for adjusting billing for real-time media transmissions based on delay
  51. 6,487,690 Forward error correction system for packet based real time media
  52. 6,487,603 Method and apparatus for real time communication over switched networks
  53. 6,446,127 System and method for providing user mobility services on a telephony network
  54. 6,442,141 Network delay and loss simulator
  55. 6,434,606 System for real time communication buffer management
  56. 6,434,143 Internet protocol telephony voice/video message deposit and retrieval
  57. 6,381,638 System and method for options based address reuse
  58. 6,366,959 Method and apparatus for real time communication system buffer size and error correction coding selection
  59. 6,363,053 Method and apparatus for measurement-based conformance testing of service level agreements in networks
  60. 6,360,271 System for dynamic jitter buffer management based on synchronized clocks
  61. 6,353,891 Control channel security for realm specific internet protocol
  62. 6,353,614 Method and protocol for distributed network address translation
  63. 6,351,524 Toll saving method and apparatus for a remote access system
  64. 6,269,099 Protocol and method for peer network device discovery
  65. 6,243,846 Forward error correction system for packet based data and real-time media, using cross-wise parity calculation
  66. 6,226,769 Forward error correction system for packet based real time media
  67. 6,182,125 Methods for determining sendable information content based on a determined network latency
  68. 6,175,871 Method and apparatus for real time communication over packet networks
  69. 6,170,075 Data and real-time media communication over a lossy network
  70. 6,169,744 Method and protocol for a medium access control layer for local area networks with multiple-priority traffic
  71. 6,151,636 Data and media communication through a lossy channel using signal conversion
  72. 6,145,109 Forward error correction system for packet based real time media
  73. 6,055,236 Method and system for locating network services with distributed network address translation
  74. 6,006,271 Method and protocol for complete collision avoidance contention resolution in local area networks
  75. 5,870,412 Forward error correction system for packet based real time media

Reference: US Patent database websites ( http://www.delphion.com and http://www.uspto.gov ).