"I am now working on big data analytics and capacity planning for Internet of Things networks," he says.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is the network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity that enables them to collect and exchange data.
"A cloud-based IoT/M2M [Internet of Things/Machine-To-Machine] network solution is an attempt to reduce the investment cost and accelerate the deployment of more IoT services on a virtualized and shared infrastructure."
His presentation at the Postdoctoral Research Day focused on how the upcoming 5G mobile networks will merge modern IT technologies, including cloud computing, virtualization, IoT/M2M and big data analytics.
The postdoctoral research presentations were followed by a workshop where the participants were invited to discuss the theme of interdisciplinary and interinstitutional research.
Concordia is the only Montreal university with a permanent postdoctoral officer who supports this population through a centralized registration process and various financial commitments.
Find out more about postdoctoral studies at Concordia.