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Dr Felix Cuadrado

Felix Cuadrado

Senior Lecturer & Turing Fellow

School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering, Eng 153a
+44 20 7882 5819

www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/profiles/cuadradofelix.html

Research

Data-centric solutions, Cloud computing, Big data computing, Autonomic computing

Interests

He is interested in complex distributed systems (mostly Internet applications), and engineering them to work better, e.g. Cloud applications, with elastic (dynamic) changes, that are interconnected over a network. He is also investigating (Big) large-scale distributed systems that process massive amounts of data.

Publications

Publications of specific relevance to Applied Data Science

2019

Böttger T, Cuadrado F, Antichi G, Fernandes EL, Tyson G, Castro I and Uhlig S (2019). An empirical study of the cost of DNS-over-HTTPS. Proceedings of The Acm Sigcomm Internet Measurement Conference, Imc  15-21. 10.1145/3355369.3355575
Deng J, Tyson G, Cuadrado F and Uhlig S (2019). Keddah: Network evaluation powered by simulating distributed application traffic. Acm Transactions On Modeling and Computer Simulation  vol. 29, (3) 10.1145/3301503

2018

CUADRADO F, UHLIG S and BOTTGER T (2018). Looking for Hypergiants in PeeringDB. Association For Computing Machinery  Acm Sigcomm Computer Communication Review  10.1145/3276799.3276801
Böttger T, Cuadrado F, Tyson G, Castro I and Uhlig S (2018). Open Connect Everywhere: A Glimpse at the Internet Ecosystem Through the Lens of the Netflix CDN. Acm  Sigcomm Comput. Commun. Rev.  vol. 48, 28-34. 10.1145/3211852.3211857
Böttger T, Cuadrado F, Tyson G, Castro I and Uhlig S (2018). Open Connect Everywhere: A Glimpse at the Internet Ecosystem through the Lens of the Netflix CDN. Comput. Commun. Rev.  vol. 48, 28-34.

2013

Jun L, Yinzhou L, Cuadrado F, Uhlig S and Zhenming L (2013). Parallelized Jaccard-Based Learning Method and MapReduce Implementation for Mobile Devices Recognition from Massive Network Data. China Communications  vol. 10, (7) 71-84. 10.1109/CC.2013.6571290