I am a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, and was recently a visiting researcher at Cambridge Computer Lab. I also lecture at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. Prior to this, I worked at King's College London and Lancaster University. My research interests centre on user-facing networked systems. I am heavily involved in system measurements and design, looking at topics ranging from network operations to social media. My research has received coverage from news outlets such as MIT Tech Review, Washington Post, Slashdot, BBC, The Times, Daily Mail, Wired, Science Daily, Ars Technica, The Independent, Business Insider and The Register. Details of my publications can be found on my Google Scholar profile or my publications page. I also serve as a reviewer and program committee member for a number of prominent conferences/journals such as IEEE/ACM ToN, IEEE JSAC, IEEE TPDS, IFIP Networking, ACM ICN, IEEE IWQoS, ICWSM, IEEE TNSM and IEEE TC. I recently was local chair for ACM DEV, which was hosted at Queen Mary, and recieved the Outstanding Reviewer Award at ICWSM'16. I am the local chair for ACM IMC'17.
I supervise projects in the (broad) area of networks, systems and social media. Most of my projects involve a lot of data collection and analysis, so a real-world focus is a must. Please drop me a mail if you're interested in brainstorming topics. I have also been teaching the following modules: