Key people involved
Emil Slusanschi is an associate professor at the UPB. He received his MSc in Computer Science from the UPB in 2001 and his PhD from the Institute for Scientific Computing at the RWTH-Aachen University in Germany in 2008. His fields of interest include wireless sensor networks, parallel and distributed system architectures and algorithms, automatic differentiation, and computer networks. He coordinated the UPB team in the EUWB FP7 IP project and is currently managing the UPB team in the TWISNet FP7 STREP project
Nicolae Tapus is a full professor at UPB, his main fields of expertise being Computer Architecture, Embedded systems, Distributed Systems, Local Area Networks. He has significant experience in the development, management and co-ordination of national and international research projects (e.g. SENSEI, P2P-Next).
Dan Stefan Tudose is a teaching assistant at the Computer Science and Engineering Department of University Politehnica of Bucharest, where he also received his PhD, MSc, and Bachelor in Computer Science. His fields of interest include microprocessor design, embedded systems and distributed systems.
Voichita Iancu is a lecturer and a PhD. in the improvement of availability and scalability in distributed systems using peer-to-peer techniques. She also holds an M.Sc in Large Scale Distributed Systems from the ENS Cachan/IRISA (France). Her field of interest includes decentralized distributed systems algorithms and architectures, parallel algorithms on various multi-core architectures, and networking architectures and protocols.
Andrei Voinescu is a PhD student at the Computer Science and Engineering Department of POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest. His fields of interest include Wireless Sensor Networks, Embedded Systems and Distributed Systems. He is part of the UPB team involved in the FP7 and TWISNet project.