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Since 2008 I am Professor of Communication Networks coordinating activities in networking and network/service management in the Communication and Information Systems Group at the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College London.

Before that I was for 10 years Professor of Communication and Information Systems, leading the activities of the Networks Research Group in the Institute of Communication Systems at the Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Surrey.

I hold a Diploma (MEng equivalent) in Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, and MSc and PhD degrees in Computer Science from the Department of Computer Science at University College London. Before re-joining University College London in the beginning of 2008, I was Professor at Surrey leading research activities in networking and network/service management. Before 1998, I was Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer at UCL, leading research activities in the area of network/service management. At both Surrey and UCL I established and led highly successful research teams while I have also been involved in extensive teaching and curriculum development activities. My research interests focus on networking and network & service management and have included aspects such as traffic engineering, quality of service management, self-organised ad hoc/mesh networks, policy-based systems, autonomic networking, information-centric networking, software defined networking, multimedia networking and communications middleware. I have published in all these areas and my publications have been extensively cited, for relevant citations see also my Google Scholar page.

I am/have been on the editorial boards of the IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management, the IEEE Communications, the IEEE Communication Surveys & Tutorials and the Springer Journal of Network and System Management. I am also involved in a number of international conference program committees. I have consulted for many communications companies in the UK and Europe and have contributed to standardisation activities in ISO, ITU-T, TMF and IRTF/IETF.

My contact details can be found here.

Background
an overview of my academic and research experience, or how I got here.

Research
more information on my research areas and projects.

Publications
journal and conference papers, book chapters, boards, committees, etc.

Recent award: BEST IEEE LANMAN 2016 conference paper [Onur16] - see conference publications

Recent award: Fabrizio Lombardi prize awarded to my PhD student Dr Lorenzo Saino for the BEST UCL EEE PhD thesis of the year

Recent highlight: Invited participation in the Distinguished Expert Panel on Service Quality in Virtualized Environments in IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM'2015)

Recent award: BEST IFIP Networking 2015 conference paper [Sourl15] - see conference publications

Recent highlight: General Chair of the 1st IEEE Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft'2015) held at University College London in April 2015.

Recent highlight: Keynote speech on Information Centric Networking Support for Multimedia Services: Overview, State and Challenges in 1st IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Streaming in Information Centric Networks(MuSIC'2015)

Recent highlight: Keynote speech on Information Centric Networking and In-Network Caching in IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM'2013)

Recent award: BEST IFIP Networking 2012 conference paper [Chai12a] - see conference publications

Recent award: Received the Daniel Stokesbury award at the IEEE/IFIP Integrated Management Symposium 2011 (IM'2011) for distinguished technical contributions to the growth of the network management field, relevant UCL news item

Recent highlight: Keynote speech on Information Centric Networking and In-Network Caching in IEEE/ACM International Teletraffic Congress (ITC'2012)

Recent highlight: Keynote speech on Information Centric Networking in IEEE/IFIP Integrated Management Symposium 2011 (IM'2011)

Recent highlight: Keynote speech on Information Centric Networking in IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks 2011 (WoWMoM'2011)

Teaching
my teaching activities, including notes and guidelines to students.

Supervision
doctoral student subjects and masters/undergraduate student projects.


George Pavlou (g dot pavlou at ucl dot ac dot uk)
this page last updated 29 June 2016