Edgar Arribas, new PhD student at IMDEA Networks Institute
23 September 2015
Edgar Arribas is a new member of the IMDEA Networks research team. He will be joining us as a PhD student from September 2015, working for the Opportunistic Architecture Lab (OppArch Lab), led by Marco Ajmone Marsan and Vincenzo Mancuso, a Research Professor and a Research Assistant Professor in the Institute, respectively. The latter will also be acting as his supervisor in relation to his PhD in Telematics Engineering, which he will undertake at University Carlos III of Madrid. The Opportunistic Architecture Lab focuses on solutions for extremely high-performing opportunistic architectures for highly dense cellular networks and for infrastructure-less wireless services.
Among Edgar´s main scientific interests are D2D Communications, Network Stability, Graph Theory and Analytical Methods Design.
Edgar obtained his BSc in Mathematics from the University of Valencia, in Burjassot, Spain. While studying his BSc, Edgar worked as a Research Collaborator in the Department of Applied Mathematics, working primarily with Multiscale Decomposition Methods and Linear and Non-linear methods for curve re-constructions. Additionally, he received a collaborator’s grant from the Ministry of Education which allowed him to work as Assistant Professor in the same department.
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