Since January 2007 I have been a Research Fellow involved in the EPSRC WILDSENSING Project.
If you are interested in a full curriculum vitae, please contact me.
I have a broad interest in distributed (in particular, mobile) and networked systems. More specifically, my interests are in the following areas:
- Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN) for intermittently connected mobile networks and sensor networks
- Mobility models for ad hoc networks research
- Scalable and reliable communication in large-scale distributed and mobile systems
Current Research Activities
I am currenly involved in the EPSRC WILDSENSING Project.
I have also been involved in the activities of the Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN) Research Group, an IRTF research group.
Past Research Activities
I had been involved in the following research projects:
Teaching and Projects Supervision
I am very happy to supervise students' projects. As listed above, my main research interests are in the area of middleware for mobile computing, mobile ad hoc networking and delay tolerant networking.
My Erdös Number
My Erdös Number is 4 (as far as I know). My path to Erdös is the following:
Anders Lindgren -> Elizabeth Belding -> Subhash Suri -> Richard M.\ Pollack -> Paul Erdös
You can find my blog here.
Last updated on 21 March 2007