Dhananjay Singh is the Chair of the Global Division of Information Technology and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics Engineering at Hankuk (Korea) University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), Seoul, South Korea.Prior to joining HUFS, He was a Senior Member of Engineering Staff of Future Internet Architecture Division at Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute (ETRI) from 2011 until 2012 and Postdoc Researcher of Division of Fusion and Convergence at National Institute of Mathematical Sciences (NIMS), Daejeon, South Korea from 2010 - 2012. He has completed his Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in the Department of Ubiquitous IT from Dongseo University (DSU), Busan, South Korea in March 2007 - Feb. 2010 and Master (M.Tech.) degree in the Department of Wireless Communication and Computing from Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad IIIT-Allahabad, India in July 2004 ~July 2006.Dr. Singh has earned fellowship from Asia Pacific Advance Networks (APAN) to participate the meetings twice, once in 2006 at Singapore and again in 2007 at Manila, Philippines. He has co-supervised two Ph.D. candidates at Middlesex University, London in 2011, 2012. Since 2010, he is serving as an Associate Editor for International Journal of Network Protocols and Algorithms (NPA) for Smart Grids Protocols and Algorithms, USA and International Journal of Advances in Information Services and Service Sciences (AISS), South Korea. He is a Senior member of IEEE and a member of ACM, Korean Mathematical Society (KMS). He has delivered 25+ invited talks and serves 100+ scientific conferences as a TPC member. He is an author of 75+ refereed scientific papers which includes International journals, patents, book, book chapters, tech. draft, and conference/workshop proceedings. His research interests focus on the design, analysis, and implementation of algorithms and protocols for large-scale data set to solve real-world problems in the fields of internet oriented WSN applications, MANETs, 6lowpan, e-Healthcare system, wireless mesh network, scale-free networks, IoT, signal and system, machine-to-machine communication, future internet architecture & services etc.