Lecturer in Computer science, Queen Mary University of London

I work at Queen Mary, University of London as a Lecturer in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, having previously been a Senior Research Associate here. Prior to this, I worked as a Research Associate at King's College London and at Lancaster University's InfoLab21, where I also completed my PhD in networking and distributed systems. I have previously worked on the EPSRC IU-ATC Project, the European FP-6 Network of Excellence CONTENT and the European FP-7 project INTERSECTION. Currently, I also hold a visiting fellowship at King's College London.

My research interests centre on intelligent and adaptive networked systems, particularly in the context of content distribution. I have published at a number of important venues, including ACM IMC, ACM WWW, IEEE ToN, IEEE ICNP, CACM and IEEE TC. My research has received coverage from news outlets such as Wired, MIT Tech Review, Slashdot, Business Insider and The Register. I also serve as a reviewer and program committee member for a number of prominent conferences/journals such as IEEE TPDS, IEEE IWQoS, IEEE ToM, IEEE TM and IFIP Networking.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in electronic engineering and computer science, Queen Mary University of London