Pablo Salvador

Alumnus
at IMDEA Networks

Pablo SALVADOR obtained his Ph.D. from University Carlos III of Madrid on April, 2016. He is now a Member of IMDEA Networks’ Alumni Network.
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Research interests

Wireless Networking; Multimedia traffic; Experimental wireless.

Short biography

Pablo Salvador received his M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) in 2010. During his degree, he collaborated in the Spanish project, POSEIDON: Optimal Service Supplying to Moving Vehicular Networks. Collaboration in the design and development of a trial mobility network scenario and in its presentation demo. Later on, he performed an internship of 9 months at NEC Laboratories Europe, where he collaborated in the European project, INTERSAFE-2: Cooperative Intersection Safety, by implementing of the application-level messages to improve safety and traffic efficiency in intersections. In 2011 he obtained his M.Sc. degree in Telematics Engineering from the University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. He was awarded as nationwide finalist of the Telematics Association for his B.Sc. project. He has involved in the EU research project FLAVIA funded by the EU's Seventh Framework Programme.

Pablo is working on his Ph.D. at the Institute IMDEA Networks. In 2014 he was a visiting scholar in the Rice Networks Group (RNG) at Rice University (Houston, TX). His research interest focuses on the design and experimental assesment of new MAC schemes for real time traffic in 802.11 wireless networks. He is also working on the real implementation of MAC mechanisms for power line commuunications technology (PLC, IEEE 1901).

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Latest News

Updated: May 3rd, 2015.

Paper accepted at IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials: Experimenting with Commodity 802.11 Hardware: Overview and Future Directions


Paper accepted at IEEE ICC 2015: Making a Case for Flexible 802.11 Architectures

Recent issued

Pablo Salvador, Luca Cominardi, Francesco Gringoli, Pablo Serrano, A First Implementation and Evaluation of the IEEE 802.11aa Group Addressed Transmission Service, ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 12/2013; 44(1):35-41.


Pablo Salvador, Luca Cominardi, Francesco Gringoli, Pablo Serrano, Implementations details of the IEEE 802.11aa Group Addressed Transmission Service, Technical Report 1-18, 09 Sep. 2013


Pablo Salvador, Vincenzo Mancuso, Pablo Serrano, Francesco Gringoli, Albert Banchs, VoIPiggy: Analysis and Implementation of a Mechanism to Boost Capacity in IEEE 802.11 WLANs Carrying VoIP traffic, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 26 Aug. 2013


Awarded as nationwide finalist of the Telematics Association for his B.Sc. project..

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