Andrzej Duda

Short bio I am a Professor at Grenoble INP-Ensimag and a head of the Drakkar group at LIG Lab.

Previously, I was an Assistant Professor at the University of Paris-South, a Chargé de Recherche at CNRS, and a Visiting Scientist at the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. In 2002-2003, I was an Invited Professor at EPFL.

I received my PhD from the University of Paris-South and a Habilitation degree from the Grenoble University.


Research The Drakkar group at LIG Lab conducts research in many areas of computer networking and mobile computing:
  • wireless networks (802.11-WiFi, Bluetooth),
  • wireless sensor networks and Internet of Things (large-scale interconnection of Smart Objects, 802.15.4, BLE, LoRa, and 5G-MTC)
  • future network architectures (advanced routing, mobility, self-organized networks, novel transport protocols, congestion control),
  • traffic measurement and monitoring,
  • network security (appplication characterization, anomaly detection, NTP security, blockchain for IoT).

Some recent publications.

Information for prospective PhD students:

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Courses I teach the following courses at Grenoble INP - Ensimag: