I am an assistant professor in communication systems department at Eurecom since 2009, where I am exploring ideas stem from both fundamental and experimental system research related to radio access and core networks (RAN and CN) with a blend of communication, computing, and data analysis in divers settings such as cellular, mesh, and cloud with practical use-cases.
I am coordinating the Mosaic-5G.io initiative, whose goal is to provide a software-based 4G/5G service delivery platform as well as leading the development of the 4G->5G radio access networks of OpenAirInterface wireless technology platform. Current focus is on RAN data mining and analytics to enable self-adaptive data-driven mobile networks. Checkout out the code base at OpenAirInterface and Mosaic5G.io.Past Experiences
I received my HDR degree (Habilitation) from University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis UNICE in 2015, and the Ph.D. degree in communication systems from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology EPFL in 2003. In terms of professional experience, I was a research engineer/postdoc at Eurecom from 2003-2005, and a founding member of 3ROAM from 2005-2009, which is a startup company in Sophia-Antipolis, France, pioneering a range of intelligent wireless backhaul routing products for private and public networks.