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I am a researcher at SICS
where I have the pleasure to lead the
Networked Embedded Systems Group
consisting of myself and a number of extremely talented
Our current research
focuses on wireless sensor networks and system software for
embedded networked devices. For current projects, please
see the NES projects page.
From Sep. 2002 to July 2003, I was on leave from SICS for a postdoc at
the Freie Universität
in Berlin where I was with the
Computer Systems and Telematics group headed by
On May 27, 2002, I succesfully defended my PhD thesis
called Architectures for Service Differentiation
in Overloaded Internet Servers at Uppsala University.
The opponent was Peter Druschel.
To receive a copy of the thesis, please send me an email
My PhD supervisor was
Per Gunningberg head of the
Communications Research group at Uppsala University.
I pursued my PhD research within the PAMP project. My project was called Towards Predictable Overload Control of Large Real-Time Server Systems. The project was started in 2000 at IBM T.J. Watson
Research Center in Hawthorne, NY, where I did
an internship from the middle of march until the beginning of July.
In 1998/1999 at SICS
I was involved in a project called Pegasus II.
In this project an operating system called Nemesis has been developed.
Nemesis is a vertically structured
operating system, designed and implemented from scratch in order
to provide QoS to applications.
How to Reach Me
- telephone: +46-8-633 15 98
- fax: +46-8-751 72 30