Academic Staff @QMUL
Stefan Poslad, PhD, Associate Prof., leads the IoT2US Lab. has a PhD in medical sensing, is an Associate Professor / Senior Lecturer at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London where he is a member of the Centre for Intelligent Sensing (CIS) and Cognitive Science research groups. His research and teaching interests include ubiquitous computing, Internet of Things (IoT); smart-environments, intelligent systems and distributed systems. [more->] He has been the lead researcher for QMUL on over 15 international collaborative projects with industry, worth £17 million. He is the sole author of a leading book on Ubiquitous Computing: Smart Devices, Environments and Interaction, that has over 600 research citations and is in use for teaching by over 70 institutes worldwide across 6 continents. He has published over 100 research papers in the past decade in high-profile journals and conferences. He is on the editorial board of 3 journals and has organised 2 special issue journals. He is a regular reviewer for top journal papers and has a reviewer and editor profile on publons. He is a visiting professor at 2 Universities in China on IoT where he has project students. He is course director of the new MSc in IoT at QMUL. He can also be found on Google Scholar, Orchid, ResearchGate and Linkedin. He has been a member of the IEEE since 2002.
Xiaodong Chen, PhD, Fellow of IEEE, Fellow of IET, is a full Prof. of Microwave Engineering in School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science and is a member of IoT2US Lab. He is the Director of the BUPT-QMUL Joint Research IoT Lab in Beijing. His research interests are in microwave devices, antennas, wireless communications and bio-electromagnetics. He has authored and co-authored over 300 publications (book chapters, journal papers and refereed conference papers). [more ->] He has been involved in the organisation of many international conferences. He is currently a member of UK EPSRC Review College and Technical Panel of IEE Antennas and Propagation Professional Network. He holds Visiting Professorships at the University of Westminster (UK), Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) and the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.
Eliane L. Bodanese (MSc, PhD, MIEEE, MIET) is a senior lecturer at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, a member of the Communication Systems Research Group and of the Centre for Intelligent Sensing in QMUL. She has published more than 50 refereed journal/conference papers and her research interests include sensor networks and the Internet of Things, human activity detection and recognition through minimal non-intrusive sensing, indoor and outdoor localization, communication support for emergencies, heterogeneous wireless environments, cooperative communications, ad hoc and delay tolerant networks. Eliane’s research projects have been sponsored by EPSRC in the area of alternative and resilient communication for emergencies and sensor networks and in using wireless networks to support first responders and resilience in upland areas. The real demonstrators developed on those grants in sensors networks, delay tolerant networks and in messaging middleware have been showcased. She has also been sponsored by BT in the work in Internet centric services. Eliane is a member of the EPSRC Associate Peer Review College, and she is a reviewer of numerous journals and conferences.
Khalid Rajab is co-founder of NodeNs Medical, and also holds a faculty post at Queen Mary University of London. He has extensive experience in technologies including wireless communications from radio frequency to mmWave, active and reconfigurable antennas and electronics, and location sensing; his research interests have included esoteric topics such as metamaterials, invisibility cloaks, and quantum-inspired algorithms for musical analysis. His work has been featured in the popular media, both in the UK and internationally, including by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC; Canada), Scientific American (Chinese edition), and Science Radio (USA). He holds degrees in electrical engineering (PhD, BSc) and mathematics (MA) from Penn State University.
Jun Chen is a Senior Lecturer in Engineering Science at QMUL. He has published more than 50 scientific papers in areas of multi-objective optimisation, interpretable fuzzy systems, data-driven modelling, and intelligent transportation systems. Dr Chen was among the first researchers to investigate the trade-off between taxi time and fuel consumption in airport ground movements (EP/H004424/2), and proposed the Active Routing (AR) concept. AR forms the cornerstone of a major ongoing EPSRC funded project (EP/N029496/1, EP/N029356/1 and EP/N029577/1, in total in excess of £1M) for which Dr Chen is the lead PI (with BAEs, AirFrance-KLM, Rolls Royce, Manchester and Zurich Airports, and Simio plc.). He has also been the PI on EPSRC-QMUL IAA projects, four industrial projects with Anglian Water, and was the CI on three Innovate UK projects (with IMS and Tesco plc, and Siemens). From 2016, he serves as an associate member of the EPSRC Peer Review College. He is also a Turing Fellow at Alan Turing Institute.
Patricia Charlton, PhD, is a senior visiting research fellow at QMUL, EECS, and is a member of the IoT2US Lab. She also leads the outreach for the IoT2US Lab.