Senior Lecturer in IoT Networking | Electrical and Electronic Engineering | University of Bristol
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- Research Associate with the University of Bristol, working on RERUM and SPHERE.
- Research Associate with Computer Science at Loughborough University.
- Member (Research Assistant and Sys Admin) of the Computer and Communication Systems Laboratory (Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics and Business).
I maintain and contribute to a number of open source projects.
Co-founder, steering group member and maintainer of the Contiki-NG open source operating system for the Internet of Things.
I am the developer of its IPv6 multicast support (some info here) and I maintain a number of hardware ports, including the one for TI’s CC26x0/CC13x0 as well as the platforms powered by the older CC2538 System-on-Chip (CC2538DK, Zolertia Zoul and OpenMote).
Developer of Sensniff, the open source “Live Traffic Capture and Sniffer for IEEE 802.15.4 networks”.
Collaborator/maintainer of cc2538-bsl, an open source serial boot loader project.
Legacy contiki for 8051-based devices
Developer of Contiki’s support for 8051-based devices, such as as the TI CC2530/31 and the Sensinode CC2430-based sensors. These ports are no longer maintained, but for historic purposes here is some info and a related blog entry.
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