My current research interests are in the area of ubiquitous computing, peer-to-peer and mobile peer-to-peer networks. I am also interested in the semantic web, linked data, social and economic networks and computer and network security.
The subject of my PhD thesis is resource sharing and routing methods in peer-to-peer and mobile peer-to-peer systems. I have used biologic and economic methods for routing packets in order to provide solutions to the tragedy of the commons problem. Furthermore, I studied privacy and reputation at friend-to-friend systems, and realtime data dissemination at mobile peer-to-peer systems.
At the past I have also worked on wireless sensor networks. My MSc thesis was porting the TinyOS operating system to the smart-its wireless sensors.
You can find a list of my publications below.