I am a senior software engineer at Learnosity, in Sydney (Australia).
Previously, I was a researcher with the Network Research Group at Nicta, in Sydney (Australia). My research interests include transport protocols, seamless device mobility in heterogeneous networks and experimental measurements. Before undertaking my PhD, I also worked with Inria's project-team Imara, in Rocquencourt (France), where I was focusing on network mobility applied to vehicular communications.
I obtained my PhD in 2011 in a cotutelle from the Centre for Robotics of Mines ParisTech (École des Mines de Paris, France) and the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications of the University of New South Wales (Australia). My thesis was conducted under the principal supervision of Roksana Boreli from Nicta and Thierry Ernst from Inria. Previously, I also studied at Université de Technologie de Compiègne (France) where I obtained an engineering degree in Computer Science and at Chalmers Tekniska Högskola (Gothenburg, Sweden) where I got an MSc in Complex Adaptive Systems, both in 2007.