Master in SDN and NFV for 5G Networks
I am currently Lecturer in the Master in SDN and NFV for 5G Networks, organized by the University Carlos III of Madrid and Ericsson.
I lecture in the Master’s courses “Software Defined Networks (SDN)”, “Network Function Virtualization”, and “Access and edge networks in 5G”, providing experience and insights from the latest advances in the industry in general, and Telefónica in particular.
Master details can be found here:
Master in Connected Industry 4.0
I present seminar talks related to the following topics:
- 5G – Network Slicing
- 5G – Transport protocols
- MEC – Edge computing
Master details can be found here: https://www.uc3m.es/master/connected-industry-4.0
Adjunct Lecturer (part-time) at the Telematics Dept. of the University Carlos III of Madrid
From February 2002 to February 2010, I was Adjunct Lecturer (part-time) at the Telematics Dept. of the University Carlos III of Madrid, teaching the following subjects:
- “Mobile and wireless networks” (4th year, B.Sc. in Telematics, 2009/10).
- “Communication Networks and Services Laboratory” course (2nd year, B.Sc. in Telematics, 2002 to 2009).
- “Communication Networks and Services” (3rd year, M.Sc. in Telecom Eng., 2004).
- “Data Communication Systems” (4th year, M.Sc. in Computer Science, 2003).
During that period I acted as coordinator of the “Communication Networks and Services Lab” course from 2003 to 2006, and also in 2009.
I have had the luck of working with and advising to the following students:
- Jorge Bellver Alvarez, “Availability in NFV Networks”, M.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2021.
- Ignacio Asensio Labarta, “Study and recommendations of voice over 5G in a Telco Operator”, M.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2021.
- Mihai Tudor-Lucian Crăciun, “SLA management in the context of NFV-based services”, M.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2021.
- Sergio Vivas, “Cloud federations for Slice-as-a-Service: a cost-based analysis”, M.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2019.
- David Murillo, “Desarrollo de un escenario virtual de pruebas para redes de transporte inalámbricas basadas en la tecnología de redes definidas por software”, M.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 2018.
- Nicolás Serrano, “Análisis Técnico-Económico en redes móviles de nueva generación con tráfico fronthaul/backhaul integrado”, M.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2017.
- Mª Victoria Alvarez, “Interconexión de centros de datos mediante técnicas SDN”, B.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 2015.
- Sergio González, “Evaluación de mecanismos de soporte de tráfico multicast con movilidad basada en red”, B.Sc. Thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2015.