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Paul Mitchell

Paul Mitchell

Professor
University of York
UK

Biography

Paul Mitchell has been an academic at the University of York since 2005 and has previously worked at BT and QinetiQ. Primary research interests lie in underwater acoustic communication networks and terrestrial wireless sensor networks, including the development of novel medium access control and routing strategies. The application of machine learning to such distributed communication problems is being explored. Other related interests include cognitive radio, traffic modelling, queuing theory, satellite and mobile communication systems. Paul is an author of over 80 refereed journal and conference papers and has served on numerous international conference programme committees including VTC and ICC. He was general chair of the International Symposium on Wireless Communications Systems in 2010. He currently serves as an Associate Editor of the IET Wireless Sensor Systems journal and the International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, and has experience as Guest Editor and as a reviewer for a number of IEEE, ACM and IET journals. Dr Mitchell has experience with Research Council funded research and EU-funded projects including management of projects and multi-partner work packages. He recently coordinated an EPSRC grant (EP/D062691/1) on energy-efficient protocol design for sensor networks using aerial platforms. Dr Mitchell is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a member of the IET.

Research Interest

Satellite Communications, Wireless Information Systems, Communications ECAD, Emerging Technologies, Management & Quality, Communication Systems, Introduction to MATLAB, York - Zhejiang Summer School, Mobile Communication Systems, Links, Networks and Protocols