Recent updates (April 2017)
Please cite this paper when using the Contiki TSCH implementation for your projects: S. Duquennoy, A. Elsts, B. Al Nahas, G. Oikonomou. TSCH and 6TiSCH for Contiki: Challenges, Design and Evaluation, IEEE DCOSS 2017.
Check out our paper about the lessons learned when using Contiki for the SPHERE 100-home IoT deployment.
I'm a research associate at University of Bristol, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. My scientific interests center around experimental research and software engineering for the Internet of Things.
In Bristol I'm participating in the SPHERE project, which attempts to bridge IoT and digital healthcare.
Previously I've been a researcher at SICS Swedish ICT (now RISE SICS) and Uppsala University. In SICS I was a member of the Networked Embedded Systems Group and participated in bringing the IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH channel-hopping MAC protocol to the Contiki operating system.
In my postdoctoral work at Uppsala University (2014-2015) I was involved in the ProFuN project (A Programming Platform for Future Wireless Sensor Networks). My contribution was ProFuN TG, a tool for developing and managing sensor network applications that are aware of performance requirements.
Before that, I received my PhD from University of Latvia (in January 2014); my thesis described a software framework designed to facilitate wireless sensor network programming.
Contiki branch with TSCH changes for microsecond-accuracy time synchronization on Texas Instruments CC2650.
A simple TSCH simulator.
See my GitHub for more.