My research focuses on performance issues related to computer communication. In particular, my focus is on latency aspects for real time applications communicating over IP. The basis for my research is questions related to the transport layer.
Currently I am focusing on performance issues related to the Internet of Things (IoT), in particular "narrowband IoT", where performance issues, primarily relate to energy optimization for devices powered by batteries, which should operate for several years without human intervention.
- The Computer as a Tool för Engineers (7.5 ECTS credits).
- Practice for Computer Science
- Director of undergraduate studies at the department of Computer Science
Industrial collaboration: SNITS (Swedish abbreviation for “Samverkan Näringsliv och IT-studenter”) is a group for collaboration between the regional IT industry, Compare, and Karlstad University
I received my B.Sc. in 2001 and my M.S in 2004 in Computer Science from Karlstad University. In June 2016, I received my PhD in Computer Science from the same university.
The work in my thesis focused mainly on performance optimizations for latency sensitive traffic over IP.
My current research focuses on performance issues, primarily related to energy optimization for battery powered devices in the area called Internet of Things (IoT)
Beside that I am working as lecturer in the undergraduate education at the department, and I am the director of the Masters program in Computer Science. Beside that I am responsible for the collaboration between academia and the regional IT-industry, SNITS.
I joined the Department of Computer Science at Karlstad University as an employee in 2001.