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Dr.-Ing. Vlado Handziski

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I am senior researcher at TKN, coordinating the research and teaching activities of the group in the areas of networked embedded systems, internet of things and cyber-physical systems.

During the winter semesters 2014/2015 and 2015/2017 I was interim professor at the Chair for Embedded Systems at TU Dresden.

I received my doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering from TU Berlin (summa cum laude, 2011) and my M.Sc. degree from Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje (2002).

I have participated and led research activities in more than ten projects with external funding, at European, national and local level and have contributed to international standardization activities in the area of evaluation of indoor localization systems.

My research focus lies on developing platform solutions and system abstractions for wireless networked embedded systems and cloud-supported Internet of Things (IoT) as well as their application in specific application domains like industrial automation and indoor localization. In my research methodology, prototyping, experimental work and testbeds play a central role. I was chief architect of the popular TWIST testbed and one of the core developers of TinyOS.

 

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Curriculum VitaeDr.-Ing. Vlado Handziski
Professional Experience
10/2016‑3/2017

10/2014‑3/2015
Interim Professor (Vertretungsprofessur)
Embedded Systems Chair, Faculty of Computer Science, TU Dresden, Germany

Interim coordination of the activities and responsibilities of the Embedded Systems Chair at the Institute for Computer Engineering as a half-time appointment. 

  • Teaching: coordination of the teaching offerings of the chair during the WS 2014/15 and WS2016/17, sole instructor for the large undergraduate entry-level course “Informatik 1” for first year students of electrical engineering, mechatronics and regenerative energy systems.
Since 04/2011
Senior Research Associate (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) 
Telecommunication Networks Group, Dep. of EECS, TU Berlin, Germany

Coordination of research and teaching activities of the Telecommunication Networks Group in the areas of networked embedded systems, internet of things and cyber-physical systems.

  • Research: large-scale experimental facilities; cloud-based platforms for the internet-of-things, robust wireless protocols for cyber-physical systems, benchmarking of RF-based indoor localization solutions; acquisition of funds and coordination of activities in research projects on European, national and regional level.
  • Teaching: development and teaching of the graduate-level courses “Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks” and “Networked Embedded Systems”; co-advising of PhD, M.Sc. and B.Sc. thesis.
07/2002‑03/2011
Research Assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)
Telecommunication Networks Group, Dep. of EECS, TU Berlin, Germany

  • Research: hardware abstraction, operating systems and middleware for wireless sensor networks, large-scale experimental facilities; participation in research projects EYES, WiSeNts and CONET.
  • Teaching: guest lectures and tutorials on operating systems and testbeds for wireless sensor networks, co-advising M.Sc. thesis and student projects. 
02/2000‑07/2002
Research and Teaching Assistant
Faculty of Electrical Eng., Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia

  • Research: simulation and modeling of computer networks, performance of TCP over wireless links.
  • Teaching: exercise and lab classes for the courses: “Programming Languages”, “Computer Logic and Digital Design” and “Embedded Systems”
05/1998‑08/1998
Visiting Student Researcher
Dep. of CS, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA

  • Research: triangulation of infrared sources, part of “Direct Pointing Device” project of the Human-Computer Interaction Group, under guidance of Prof. John Sibert. 


Education
03/2011
Doctor of Engineering (Dr.-Ing.)
Telecommunication Networks Group, Dep. of EECS, TU Berlin, Germany

  • Thesis title: “Double-anchored Software Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks”
  • Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Adam Wolisz
  • Honors: Summa Cum Laude
  • Native degree title: Doktor der Ingenieurwissenschaften
10/1998‑05/2002
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (M.Sc.)
Faculty of Electrical Eng., Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia

  • Specialization: Computer Engineering and Informatics
  • GPA: 10.0 out of 10.0
  • Thesis: “TCP Performance Over Wireless Links”
  • Advisor: Prof. Dr. Aksenti Grnarov
  • Native degree title: Magister po Elektrotehnika
10/1993‑05/1998
Graduated Electrical Engineer (Dipl.-Ing.)
Faculty of Electrical Eng., Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia

  • Specialization: Computer Engineering, Informatics and Control Engineering
  • GPA: 9.6 out of 10.0
  • Thesis: “High Speed Computer Networks”
  • Advisor: Prof. Dr. Aksenti Grnarov
  • Native degree title: Diplomiran Elektrotehnički Inžener
Honors and Awards
1998‑2000
1994‑1998
1989‑1998
04/1988
Ministry of Science Stipend for Postgraduate Studies for Talented Young Scientists
Yearly recipient of the Faculty Best Students Award
Education Stipend for Talented Students
First place at Young Physicists Competition of the Republic Macedonia
Languages
Mother tongue: Macedonian

Foreign languages: English (Native-level), German (Fluent), Serbo-Croatian (Fluent), Bulgarian (Advanced)

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