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Dr. Javier A. Barria

 

PhD, DIC, MBA, CEng, FIEE

Contact Details:
Phone : +44 - (0) 20 - 759 46275 Fax : +44 - (0) 20 - 759 46274
Email : j.barria@imperial.ac.uk 
Room No. : 1009a DEEE

General Information

Javier Barria, is a Reader in the Intelligent Systems and Networks Group, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, at Imperial College London. 

Current Interests:

 

  1. Stochastic Monitoring, Anomaly Detection and Networks Performance Estimation (Alarcon-Aquino, Garcia-Trevino & Barria) [ Click here ]

  2. Intelligent Transportation Systems  (Thajchayapong, Han & Barria) [ Click here ]

  3. Resource Allocation in Dynamic Topolgy Networks (MANET, Sensor, Satellites): Routing and Service Delivery (Usaha, Lent, Li, Giaffreda & Barria) [ Click here ]

  4. Revenue Management in Multiservice Systems and Communication Networks (Zachariadis, Mayer, Hamid, Regner, Patel & Barria) [ Click here ]

  5. Fair and Efficient Allocation Network Resources (Salles & Barria) [ Click here ]

  6. Information and Communication Technology for Power Systems (Yang & Barria) [ Click here ]

Publications:

Lectures Course Taught:

Research Students Supervised and Recent Graduates

 

Name

Title of Project

Year

Sponsor

Suttipong Thajchayapong

Vehicular Traffic Monitoring

2006

NECTEC ( Thailand )

Jiang Han

Fusion Algorithm for Network Performance Estimation

2008

CTS, Imperial 

Edgar Garcia Trevino

Stochastic Monitoring for Anomaly Detection

2008

CONACYT(MEX)

Qazi Rashid Hamid

Resource Allocation in Transport Networks

2009

Commonwealth Scholarship

Name

Title of Thesis

Year

Current Address

Dr. Grigoris Zachariadis

Pricing and Resource Allocation for Telecommunication Networks using Revenue Management

2007

Financial Sector, UK

Dr. Ronaldo Salles

Fair and Efficient Resource Allocation Strategies in Multi-application Networks using Utility Functions

2003

Military Institute of Engineering Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Dr. Wipawee Ashua

Resource Allocation in Networks with Dynamic Topology

2003

Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand

Dr. Vicente Alarcon-Aquino

Anomaly Detection and Prediction in Communication Networks using Wavelets Transform

2002

Universidad de las Americas-Puebla, Mexico

Dr. Chaodit Aswakul

Performance Analysis of Routing in ATM Networks with Non-linear Equivalent Capacity Functions

2000

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Dr. Chaiyachet Saivichit

Network Reconfiguration Algorithm for Overcoming Faults Arising in Networks

2000

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Dr. Eu-Jin Ang

Brownian Motion Queueing Models of Communication and Manufacturing Systems

1997

Financial Sector, UK

Projects:

 

DIF DTC

Hybrid Sensor Networks/MANET Architecture for Reliable Communications
Supported by DIF DTC

2007-2009

EPSRC

AuRA-NMS (Autonomous Regional Active Network Management System)
Supported by EPSRC 

2006-2010

CEC IST - F6

ALIS (Automated Legal Intelligent System)
Supported by European Commision

2006-2009

EC IST - F6

DANAE (Dynamic and distributed Adaptation of scalable multimedia coNtent in a context Aware Environment)
Supported by European Commission

2004-2006

EC IST - F6

TIRAMISU (The Innovative Rights and Access Management Inter-platform Solution)
Supported by European Commission

2003-2005

CEC IST - F5

ISIS (Intelligent Scalability for Interoperable Services)
Supported by European Commission

2002-2003

EC IST - F5

MUFFINS (Multimedia Framework for Interoperability in Secure (MPEG-21) Environments)
Supported by European Commission

2002-2003

EC IST - F5

ICE-CREAM (Interactive Consumption of Entertainment in Consumer Responsive, Engaging and Active Media)
Supported by European Commission

2002-2004

CEC IST - F5

SoNG (Sites of the Next Generation)
Supported by European Commission

2000-2001

ECIST IST - F5

NexTV (New Media Consumption for Extended Interactive Television Environment )
Supported by European Commission

2000-2001

Commonwealth Scholarship

Commonwealth Fellowship, Commission in the United Kingdom

1999

EC ACTS

MARINER (Multi-agent Architecture for Intelligent Network Load Control and Overload Protection)
Supported by European Commission ACTS 

1998-2000

 

For Additional information: Imperial College London