Senior Research Associate, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
Dr Arjuna Sathiaseelan is a Senior Research Associate in the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. He leads work on LCDNet (Lowest Cost Denominator Networking), a new internet paradigm that architects multi-layer resource pooling internet technologies to support new low-cost access methods that would enable free internet connectivity to enable social inclusion. The cross-disciplinary nature of this initiative (cutting across Computer Science, Social Science, Economics, Law and Policy Research) will help to identify the incentives that will bring us closer to achieving 100% coverage of internet access.
His research interests also include architecting the Future Internet, enabling quad-play convergence (voice, video, data, mobility), mobile systems, especially inter-RAT mobility, and the Internet of Things. He has co-authored and contributed to several internet standards and drafts and contributed to the DVB-RCS2 standardization at the ETSI TM-RCS.
He was previously a Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, where he continues to be an Associate with their Center for Sustainable International Development. Dr Sathiaseelan has a PhD in Networking from Kings College London, MSc in Computing and Internet Systems from Kings College London and Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from NIT, Trichy, India.