Ricardo Lent is a Research Fellow at the Intelligent Systems and Networks Group at the Imperial College London. He holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the University of Central Florida. His prior experience includes work as a Network Engineer for industry and as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida. His research is focused on autonomic and self-aware networks, such as the cognitive packet network both on wired and mobile ad hoc domains. He is the Author of some thirty papers in top journals and conferences including the Proceedings of the IEEE, and he regularly teaches experimental packet network design and performance measurement at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Dr. Lent has participated in many UK and EU funded research projects as a Postdoctoral Fellow and as a Co-PI, including UK EPSRC Self-Aware Networks and Quality of Service, EU FP6 CASCADAS, EU FP7 DIESIS, EU FP7 Fit4Green.
Biography Updated on 9 September 2011