Koojana Kuladinithi received her BSc and MSc degrees in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. She received her PhD on “Wireless MultiRhop Ad hoc Networks: Evaluation of Radio Disjoint Multipath Routing” from the University of Bremen, Germany. Since 2002, she had been working for the ComNets group at University of Bremen as a research scientist in the area of enhancing mobility management protocols. She is the author of many scientific publications including patents and is an active contributor at the IETF.
Since April 2016, she started working as a senior researcher at the Institute of Communication Networks of Hamburg University of Technology. She mainly engage with the research in the area of enhancing network protocols, optimizations of WSNs protocols and opportunistic communications.
- Wireless Sensor Networks / IoTs
- Peer-to-Peer Communications
- Opportunistic Networking
- Information Centric Networks
- Standisations of protocols
- DRAISE (Drahtlose, robuste, adaptive, industrielle Systeme für Industrie-Automation und Produktionslogistik)
- ReSA (Retrofitbare Sensorsystem-Architektur für prädiktive Instandhaltung)
- EPIC (Improving Employability Through Internationalization and Collaboration)
- OppNets Research
- Computer Networks and Internet Security
- Analysis and Structure of Communication Networks
- Simulation and Modelling of Communication Networks