I am a research professor at the Internet and Data Lab (IDLab), an inter-university research group part of the University of Antwerp’s Department of Computer Science and Ghent University’s Department of Information Technology. Additionally, I am a principal investigator at imec.
My general research interests encompass performance modeling and optimization of emerging wireless network technologies. Currently, I am particularly interested in low-power and battery-less communications and computing for the Internet of Things, and (beyond) 5G technologies such as ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC), high-frequency communications (millimeter wave, Terahertz) and programmable metasurfaces.
PhD in Computer Science Engineering, 2012
MSc in Computer Science, 2007
BSc in Computer Science, 2005
Bluetooth-based self-managed mesh networks for next-generation sustainable sensing (imec.icon, 2019-2021)
Multimodal Sub-1GHz Communication and Localization for IoT Applications (imec.icon, 2017-2019)
IEEE Internet of Things Journal, IEEE Wireless Communications, Springer Wireless Networks, Elsevier Computer Communications, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Elsevier Computer Networks, IEEE Communications Magazine, Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications, MDPI Sensors, IEEE Network, IEEE Access, ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing Communications and Applications, Elsevier Computer Standards & Interfaces, Signal Processing: Image Communication, Wiley International Journal of Network Management, IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, IEEE Transactions of Network and Service Management, etc.