Kanika Sharma is a PhD Researcher working as part of the Science Foundation Ireland funded CONNECT project, co-funded by Intel Labs, Europe. She is working in the Emerging Networks Laboratory under the supervision of Dr. Bernard Butler and Dr. Brendan Jennings. As part of her PhD research she is investigating ‘Service and Resource Management techniques for Intelligent Transport Systems’. She is working on flexible provisioning and orchestration of distributed services on mobile nodes. Her work also includes utilizing the mobility patterns of urban vehicle traffic to deploy these decomposed services on selected vehicle clusters. Her research interests include: Fog/Cloud Computing, Service-Oriented Computing, Software Defined Networking and Mathematical Modeling.
She has previously worked as a Junior Research Fellow in the Electrical Engineering Department at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, under a project titled “Development in Sensor Web Enablement”. She received her Bachelors of Technology degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur, India, in 2014.
Knowledge Defined Networks
K. Sharma, B. Butler, B. Jennings, J. Kennedy, R. Loomba, “Optimizing the Placement of Data Collection Services on Vehicle Clusters”, IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Bologna, Italy, Sep. 2018