|Fehmi Ben Abdesslem
Fehmi is a Research Associate working on the Recognition project, funded by the European Commission.
His research interests include mobile networks, mobile sensing, privacy issues in location-based services, and
online users' behaviour. He received a PhD in Computer Networks from the University of Paris 6 in 2008.
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Amir is a Research Associate working on the OCaml Labs and Personal Container projects.
OCaml Labs is funded through a platform grant from Jane Street Capital and aims to push the
language forward as a platform, making it an even more effective tool by broadening its
applicability and creating community infrastructure. The Personal Container projects
are funded through the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute and aim
to give users visibility and control over their lifelong digital footprint.
Amir received a PhD in Neuroscience from Cambridge University and an MSci
in Physics from Imperial College.
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Chris is a Research Assistant on the C-AWARE Project, working on services and tools to improve users' awareness of their personal energy consumption. His research interests involve persuasive design, energy reducing technologies and HCI. He received both his undergraduate and Masters of Research degrees at Swansea University.
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Tim leads the Oracle Labs group in Cambridge. His research interests
include parallel programming, OS / runtime-system interaction, and
opportunities for specialized architecture support for particular
workloads. Right now he is looking at OS and VM support for
distributed runtime systems—particularly in the setting of distributed
graph algorithms running on clusters.
Theo is a post-doctoral Research Associate working on the SOCIALNETS
project. His research interests include mobile social networks,
distributed systems, and peer-to-peer networks. He received his PhD
from Imperial College on grammatical inference for information
extraction on the web, and is a former Marshall scholar.
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Mehdi is a research associate (postdoctoral researcher) working on
RECOGNITION, the FP7 European project. His research spans the areas
of applied machine learning, information retrieval and social network
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Neal is a Research Associate working on the EPSRC UBHave project.
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Sarfraz is a Research Associate working with wireless sensor networks
for smart infrastructure monitoring. His other interests include
Localization, Ubiquitous and Distributed Systems. He is also associated with the Cambridge
Center for Smart Infrastructure and Construction.
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George is a Research Associate working on the PURSUIT project that focuses on information-centric internetworking architecture based on large-scale pub/sub solutions. He is working on the design and implementation within PURSUIT, more specifically in the areas of algorithmic IDs, caching and middleware interfaces. George is also involved in the EIFFEL think tank, an international initiative for the Future Internet.
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Dirk is a Senior Researcher working on the PSIRP and PURSUIT project. He is the Technical Manager for both these projects that focus on information-centric internetworking architecture based on large-scale pub/sub solutions. Dirk is also involved in the EIFFEL think tank, an international initiative for the Future Internet. He furthermore holds a position as a Visiting Scientist with the ANA group at MIT CSAIL. Before joining Cambridge, Dirk was working for Nokia Research from 2000 to 2007 and for BT Research from 2007 to 2009.
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Vaughan Wittorff is a long-term Visiting Academic Fellow and an
independent researcher in the group. Previously Vaughan was a Senior
Lecturer at Curtin University of Technology, Australia. Vaughan is
working on the application and consequences of deployment of certain
distributed switching protocols that provide robust de-centralised
congestion control in networks, addressing the deficiencies of existing
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Eiko is an EPSRC Research Fellow, working on the following projects: DDDN: Data Driven Declarative Networking with MSR, Network Modelling for Epidemiology (EPSRC),
RECOGNITION: Cognition for Self-awareness in a Content-Centric Networks (EU-FP7). Her group focuses on Data Centric Networking ranging from data-flow programming to content distribution networks. She has received a PhD degree from the University of Cambridge in 2006. Previously, she has spent several years with IBM (US, Japan, Italy and UK) and worked on various networking products.
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