Operating in oceans and seas across the world are various types of vehicles, buoys and sensors. Moreover, their availability has increased in high-latitude regions, due to their socio-economic impact, creating several communication challenges. This presentation introduces the SINet project, which aims at developing an integrated communication system for intermittent links in the Arctic. Heterogeneity and networking
robustness are two key aspects of this project, which proposes a Software-defined Intermittent Networking solution. The presented work is funded by an H2020 Marie-Curie Action, which promotes mobility of researchers worldwide.
David Palma is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Telematics, NTNU, and has worked in the past as a Researcher and Project Manager at OneSource, as well as an invited Assistant Professor at the University of Coimbra. He holds a PhD in Information Science and Technology received from the University of Coimbra. His current research interests
are on Routing, IoT, Cloud-Computing and Software-Defined Networking, subjects on which he has authored and co-authored multiple papers in refereed conferences and journals. He has participated in several TPCs, national and international research projects, including European Projects (FP6/FP7/H2020), and in the preparation of successful research proposals.