Research Interests

My research interests are in the area of wireless sensor networks and cyber-physical systems.

Currently, I'm involved in SURF (Service-centric network for Urban-scale Feedback system) project, investigating solutions for network-wide control and real-time communication in multi-hop low-power wireless networks and in Cognitive Radio Communication Framework for WSNs project, investigating solutions for white space prediction for WSNs in the presence of WiFi traffic.

During my PhD, I worked on solutions to support the principled design and deployment of WSNs by improving the understanding of how the natural outdoor environment affects the network stack, and providing tools (TRIDENT, HARPOON) and modeling techniques to assess this impact.


Service-centric network for Urban-scale Feedback system (SURF), June 2015-till now

Cooperating Objects Network of Excellence (CONET), member of deployment strategies cluster, 2010-2012

Integrated system for continuous surveillance on the smart e-health network for patients suffering of cardio diseases, 2008-2010

Intelligent space of heterogeneous and context aware agents, 2007-2008

National management system for digital resources in science and technologies based on GRID infrastructure, 2005-2008

Implementing communications in industrial control systems using the QoS facilities of the IPv6 protocol, 2004-2006

Designing and implementing a software communication infrastructure for environments with dynamic topologies, 2003


INSA, Lyon, "On Building a Stairway to Centralized Wireless Sensor Networks Control", Lyon, France, November 2017.

Lakeside Labs, "Wireless Sensor Networks in Harsh Environments - From the Wild to the City", Klagenfurt, Austria, December 2016.

University College Cork, "Measuring, Understanding, and Estimating the Influence of the Environment on Low-Power Wireless Networks", Cork, Ireland, January 2016.


My team, SenseP (Tamil Selvan, Mohit Sethi, Adam Ticz), won the innovation competition during the CPS Summer School 2014, by developing an integrated solution to detect wet diapers and notify the nurses.

July-September 2004: DAAD Scholarship at University of Stuttgart, Institute of Parallel and Distributed Systems. Supervisor: Univ.-Prof.Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.