Leo joined the research lab in October 2000 and completed his PhD in November 2004. His research interests are in next generation networks (B3G, 4G, etc.). During his PhD, his research work centred on Network Surfaces, Mobile IPv6 and thin-client computing. He now works for BT on 4G LTE and is based at BTC in central London.
1. Glenford Mapp, David N. Cottingham, Fatema Shaikh, Pablo Vidales, Leo Patanapongpibul, Javier Balioisian, Jon Crowcroft, "An Architectural Framework for Heterogeneous Networking," International Conference on Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS), Aug 2006
2. Leo B Patanapongpibul, Glenford Mapp, Andy Hopper, "An End-System Approach to Mobility Management for 4G Networks and its Application to Thin-Client Computing," ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review, ACM, Jul 2006
3. Pablo Vidales, Leo Patanapongpibul, Glenford Mapp, Andy Hopper, "Experiences with Heterogeneous Wireless Networks - Unveiling the Challenges," Second International Working Conference on Performance Modeling and Evaluation of Heterogeneous Networks (HET-NETs), Jul 2004
4. Leo Patanapongpibul, "Client Mobility in IPv6 Networks," Multi-Service Networks, Jul 2004
5. Leo B Patanapongpibul, Glenford Mapp, "Mobility Support for Thin-Client Systems," IST EVOLUTE International Workshop, University of Surrey, Nov 2003
6. Pablo Vidales, Leo B Patanapongpibul, Rajiv Chakravorty, "Ubiquitous Networking in Heterogeneous Environments," 8th International Workshop on Mobile Multimedia Communications (MoMuC), Munich, Germany, Oct 2003
7. Leo B Patanapongpibul, Glenford Mapp, "A Client-based Handoff Mechanism for Mobile IPv6 Wireless Networks," 8th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), IEEE Computer Society Press, Jun 2003