Oana Teodora IOVA, Ph.D.
I am a post-doc in the D3S research group at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI) from
University of Trento, Italy.
I am mostly interested in routing and MAC protocols, testbeds and experiments for the future Internet of Things.
December 2016, the paper LoRa from the City to the Mountains: Exploration of Hardware and Environmental Factors has been accepted at the EWSN MadCom Workshop.
October 2016, I am part of the TPC for AlgoTel 2017 (Les 19ème Rencontres Francophones sur les Aspects Algorithmiques des Télécommunications).
September 2016, the paper RPL, the Routing Standard for the Internet of Things ... Or Is It? has been accepted for publication at IEEE Communications Magazine.
February 2016, I have the pleasure to serve on the board of N2Women for the next two years as Awards co-chair.
July 2015, the paper D-RPL: Overcoming Memory Limitations in RPL Point-To-Multipoint Routing has been accepted at IEEE LCN.
May 2015, the paper The Love-Hate Relationship between IEEE802.15.4 and RPL has been accepted for publication at IEEE Communications Magazine.
Dec.2014 I moved to Trento, Italy, where I work as a post doc in
prof. Picco's team.
Dec.2014 I defended my PhD thesis. You may find my manuscript here.
Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI)
University of Trento
via Sommarive 9
I-38123 Povo (TN), Italy
oanateodora.iova AT unitn DOT it
+39 0461 28 3992