I joined the KTH Communication Theory department as a PhD student in 2013, working under the supervision of James Gross on wireless networks with very low latencies, used for machine-to-machine communications. We are working with the UMIC reseach group at RWTH Aachen on the EchoRing protocol, which is token-based. We have some of the newest boards (v3) of the Wireless Open-Access Research Platform (WARP), which provide an open-source re-implementation of the 802.11 (WiFi) protocol, and I am currently working on porting the EchoRing protocol to use the 802.11 PHY layer. Furthermore, I am supervising the the Project Course in Wireless Communications EQ2440.
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