F. (Farzam) Fanitabasi
I am a PhD candidate at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). I obtained my M.Sc. in Information Technology Engineering from Sharif University of Technology (Iran) in 2015 and have been at TU Delft since May 2016. Currently, I am part of the TU Delft NervousNet team in collaboration with the team at ETH. I work under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Yao-Hua Tan as my promoter and Dr. Andre M. H. Teixeira as my daily supervisor from TU Delft and Prof. Dr. Dirk Helbing as my co-promoter from ETH.
More information is always available on my LinkedIn page.
- Distributed Data Analysis in Large-Scale Networks such as IoT
- Designing IoT Middleware for Data Integration and Representation
- Fog Computing for Geo-Spatial and Temporal Hierarchical Distributed Environments
- Node Management and Traffic Reshaping in Decentralized Systems
- Security / Privacy Measures in IoT infrastructures
- Data Analysis for Monitoring Networks and Security Vulnerabilities
- Statistical Traffic Analysis and it’s Privacy Implications
My current project involves distributed data analysis in Internet of Things (IoT) using the concept of Fog Computing where I explore the role of network configuration as a variable in the performance of common machine learning algorithms. Also, I am really interested in the large scale monitoring and control of IoT infrastructures against security vulnerabilities and creating privacy-preserving solutions for data gathering / publishing and providing secure services within the same infrastructures. Most of my research is ongoing in the context of the NervousNet system, so this link might provide some more information as well.
- Lecturer at BIOTS2016 (blockchain and IoT summer school) - September 2016, Zurich, Switzerland
- Session assistant and volunteer for ECAI2016 (22nd european conference on artificial intelligence) - August 2016, The Hague, The Netherlands