I teach classes in networking and
in simulation and modeling. The complete curriculum
can be found here: Teaching
My research interests include
performance and dependabiliy analysis of networked
systems based on numerical analysis (Markovian and
non-Markovian models, approximate analysis of large models
as well as network calculus), discrete event simulation
(development of a UML2-based tool Syntony),
measurements, monitoring and testing.
Vehicular communications, autonomous sensor/actor
networks constitute major application domains.
Recently, projects have been started in two other fields
as well: modeling and simulation of networked energy systems
and simulation of health care systems for early evaluations.
A more comprehensive overview is given here: