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Toktam Mahmoodi

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Updates/News
  • In collaboration with Ericsson and BT, we demoed our work on 5G for Haptic Communications ina tele-robotic surgery demonstration in Mobile World Congress 2017.
    Check the BT broadcast from the event for more details.
  • We demoed our research on 5G network slicing, Tactile Internet, and remote robotic intervention in the 5G World Summit.
    Check this video for a fantastic demonstration by Maria.
  • My interview with Telecom TV on 5G Ultra-low latency, during ETSI 5G summit is available here.


Recent Keynotes/Talks
  • Keynote talk, "Wireless Network Virtualization, business opportunities and economic aspects", IEEE PIMRC 2017, Workshop on The Economics of Wireless Network Virtualization, Montreal, Canada.
  • Invited talk, "Shaving the Milliseconds of Communication and Networking Protocols", IEEE 5G Summit, Co-located with PIMRC 2017, Montreal, Canada.
  • Panel, "The Path to Successful IoT: From Need of Standards to Security Threats", IEEE ICC, Paris, May 2017.
  • Keynote talk, " 5G & Enterprise ", Swisscom, Bern, November 2016.
  • Panel, "Tactile Internet, Vision & Ambition", ETSI Summit, 5G: From Myth to Reality, April 2016.
  • Keynote talk, "Functionality as a Service in Mobile Networks, a Gateway to Vertical industries", 1st EAI Int'l Conf. on Future access enablers of ubiquitous and intelligent infrastructures, September 2015.
  • Keynote talk,"What If? Some Disruptive Design Approaches for cellular", IEEE ICC Workshop, London, June 2015.
  • Invited Talk,"SDN and NFV in Wireless networks & Future Research", Defining Future 5G Networks-SME Workshop, London, May 2015.
  • Plenary Talk,"Softwarization and Cloudification in 5G: Enabling Functionality as a Service (FaaS)", WWRF 34th, Santa Clara, CA, April 2015.
  • Invited Talk,"5G and Software Defined Networking", IET 5G Radio Technology Seminar, London, March 2015.


Research Projects:
  • H2020 5GCAR: delivering 5G communications for automotive Industry (€ 425k for KCL, EC H2020, Starting June 2017).
  • INITIATE: The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure (£ 1.3M EPSRC, £ 1.3M industry in-kind contributions, Start date: May 2017),
    in partnership with U of Bristol, U of Edinburgh and Lancaster University.
  • BT Industry Project: Network Convergence for Low Latency applications, 2017-2018.
  • BT Industry Project: Flexible 5G RAN configuration with the use of network function virtualisation, 2016-2020.
  • InDEx: Information about Drinking for Ex-serving personnel, in collaboration with KCL Institute of Psychiatry (£ 150k, MRC, Start date: Aug 2016). [InDEx webpage]
  • H2020 VirtuWind: SDN/NFV implementation in industry networks (€ 550k for KCL, EC H2020 , Started July 2015). [VirtuWind webpage]
  • Ericsson Industry Project: Tactile Internet 5G design (2015-ongoing).
  • Computational Simulation model for Brain Disorders, in collaboration with South London Stroke Register (2014).
  • FIT4Green: Energy aware ICT optimization policies (EC FP7, 2010-2013).[FIT4Green webpage]
  • Mobile VCE Core 4, Delivery Efficiency programme (2006-2009).


Research Interest

My general area of interest is communication networks including:
  • Mobile Networks Virtualisation
  • Integration of Cloud & Mobile Networks
  • Data Centre Networking
  • Autonomous Networks
  • Energy Efficient Network Managements
  • TCP Performance in Wireless Networks
I also work on modelling and analysis of medical data.


Teaching


2017/8
- Hardware Design , BSc level (year 3), second semester.

2011/2-2017/8
- Network Theory, MSc level, second semester.

2014/5-2015/6
- Internet Systems , BSc level (year 3), first semester.

2011/2012
- Telecommunication Networks II , MSc level, second semester
- Introduction to Telecommunication Networks, BSc level (year 3), second semester


Contact Information
Room BH(s)5.09 (Bush House, 5th floor)
Strand Campus
London WC2B 4BG
Tel: +44-(0)207848-2897
Email: toktam dot mahmoodi at kcl dot ac dot uk