Peter is a lecturer within the University’s School of Computing and Digital Technology. Prior to this, he worked as a research engineer on a collaborative project with BAE Systems, working on an industrial sub-contract for BAE investigating the application of a safety critical Ethernet concept to an OpenFlow based switch. A member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Peter’s current research interests are in the area of software defined networking and related issues, such as network performance and security.
Area of expertise:
- Software defined networking
- Quality of service
- Systems engineering
- Heterogeneous and dependable systems
- Real-time systems
Peter worked as a University Teacher, taking on teaching responsibilities and supervising PhD students in a range of topics including Software Defined Networking, Cloud Computing Security, Stochastic Network Modelling, and Real-Time System Non-Functional Requirement Modelling.
In August 2014, Peter took up a position as Lecturer in the School of Computing, Telecommunications, and Networks at Birmingham City University.