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I am a Professor at the Department of Computer Science in the University of Iceland. I am also a visiting professor and docent at Aalto University.

My research interests include performance analysis and optimization of (large-scale) parallel server systems, that emerge, e.g., in the context of cloud computing and Big Data (cf. MapReduce and job replication). In particular, I am interested in developing means to optimize dispatching, scheduling and server control policies in order to minimize (non-linear) cost structures. Additionally, I am interested in performance modeling of opportuninstic networking and wireless networking in general, including mobility, routing and coding (e.g., fountain and network coding).

Recently, I have been lecturing Nonlinear Optimization, Performance Analysis of Computer Systems, Software Development A, and Formal Languages and Computability courses in University of Iceland. Earlier on, I also taught the first part of the Internet traffic measurements and analysis course in Aalto University.

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See also my research interests and publications list for more details.