I am currently working on the ForToo project, an ISEC 2010 action grant on the development of advanced forensic tools against Internet abuse.
My most recent work focuses on large-scale, IPv6-enabled Wireless Sensor Networks and the Internet of Things. I have been conducting research and development on real sensor deployments, focusing on aspects such as multicasting; congestion control, routing, over-air programming and code dissemination. For this work I have been using the Contiki embedded Operating System. I am maintaining a Contiki port for devices manufactured by Sensinode (USB NanoRouters (N601) and NanoSensors (N740)) and a port for Texas Instruments' SmartRF 05 Evaluation Board with cc2530 EMs. For more information about my work on those two Contiki ports, please see the wiki on GitHub. The contiki-sensinode repository on GitHub (wiki) also holds my extensions to Contiki's TCP/IP engine, providing multicast support for 6LoWPAN networks.