My research interests are broadly in the area of networking, with a special focus on future Internet architectures, edge-/fog-computing, resource management, caching and congestion control. More recently, we're investigating issues related to decentralised and distributed Internet architecture, distributed governance and its applicability to edge- and fog-computing, through Distributed Ledger Technology and Blockchains.
A summary of our latest works on Distributed and Decentralised Edge Computing can be found at: DDEC@UCL
News & Highlights
Our "Proof of Prestige" layer-2 consensus algorithm will appear at IEEE ICBC 2019
“RICE: Remote Method Invocation in ICN” ACM ICN 2018, Boston, September 2018.
"A Native Content Discovery Mechanism for Information-Centric Networks", by Onur Ascigil, Vasilis Sourlas, Ioannis Psaras, George Pavlou
"NFaaS: Named-Function as a Service", by Michal Krol, Ioannis Psaras
IEEE IM2017, May 2017
2nd International Workshop on Future Internet Architecture for Developing Regions, Jan 2017
Slides available here
“Keyword-Based Mobile Application Sharing” ACM MobiArch 2016, New York, October 2016.
“Opportunistic Off-Path Content Discovery in Information-Centric Networks” IEEE LANMAN, Rome, Italy, June 2016.
ICT 2016, May 2016
“Information Resilience through User-Assisted Caching in Disruptive Content-Centric Networks” 14th IFIP NETWORKING, Toulouse, France, May 2015.
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Email: i.psaras (at) ucl.ac.uk