IEEE ComSoc YP Scotland Meetup on "Trends in Data Communications" 2017 – Call for participation

Posted on November 21st, 2017 by Richard Cziva

IEEE Communications Society’s Young Professionals committee is delighted to invite academics, early career researchers and PhD students from all over Scotland for an evening of talks and professional networking on the 30th of November 2017 at 17:00. This meetup has been themed around current trends in data communications research, from applications and technologies to architectures and networks, with keynote talks from leading research and industry institutions including theUniversity of Edinburgh, Keysight Technologies, (the world’s leading electronic measurement company) and the University of Glasgow. We hope this event will be a great opportunity to learn about research in data communications in Scotland, to talk about inter/cross-disciplinary collaboration opportunities, and to meet new people.

Fully-funded PhD studentship in our lab (iCASE)

Posted on October 26th, 2017 by Dr Dimitrios Pezaros

We are delighted to announce that BT will be supporting a fully-funded PhD studentship in Computing Science (Computer Networks) in our lab through an industrial CASE award.

The studentship will support four years of PhD work in the area of lightweight Network Function Virtualisation (NFV).

The successful candidate can start as soon as possible.

Read on for further details and eligibility.

Organising IEEE CCNC 2018

Posted on July 10th, 2017 by Dr Dimitrios Pezaros


We are helping organise IEEE CCNC 2018, Track 2 – Cloud Services and Networking

Please help us put a strong program rogether by submitting your excellent work and further distributing the CFP.

Presentation at IEEE ICC in Paris

Posted on May 5th, 2017 by Richard Cziva

Meet us at ICC Paris! We are presenting the following paper on Monday, May 22 between 14:50 - 15:30 at the Blue Amphitheatre Lobby:

  • Distributed, Multi-Level Network Anomaly Detection for Datacentre Networks (Mircea Iordache and Simon Jouet (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom); Angelos K. Marnerides (Lancaster University & Lancaster University, United Kingdom); Dimitrios P Pezaros (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom))