Professor Steve Uhlig
Professor of Networks
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +44 20 7882 5823Room Number: Engineering, Eng 202
21st Century Networks (Postgraduate)
This module includes an in-depth undestanding of the key issues in next generation, all-packet networking. Topics include: techniques to make use of multiple broadband, quality of service-enabled transport; support for generalized mobility; ubiquitous provision of services to users; core network consolidation; implications of migration of ""legacy services"", e.g. voice from a circuit-switched architecture (PSTN) to VoIP; cable convergence; separation of the transport portion of the network and the services that run on top of that transport.
21st Century Networks (Undergraduate)
This module provides an in-depth understanding of the key issues in next generation, all-IP networks. As the module provides timely material, it will be subject to constant but minor evolution. The topics covered include: converged network infrastructures including wired and wireless access networks, IPv6, network virtualization, network design and engineering, Internet traffic and applications, cloud and content delivery, economics and privacy.
Applied Statistics (Postgraduate)
The module introduces core statistical concepts for practical data analysis. It will provide students with the skills to model data sources, analyze their statistical properties, visualize them in different ways and fit the samples to a known probabilistic model.
Internet Protocols and Applications (Undergraduate)
This module builds upon the Programming Fundamentals and Telecoms and Internet Fundamentals modules, introducing you to the major Internet applications. It focuses on the TCP/IP protocol suite from OSI layers 5 through to 7, though some appreciation is given to transport layer protocols as part of the socket-programming topic.