Jonathan Kua

Tel:+61 3 9214 5742

PhD Candidate, Internet For Things (I4T) Research Laboratory

BEng (Telecommunications and Network Engineering) First Class Honours, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia 2014.

Work Experience:

Teaching Experience:

  • 2016-current: TNE30019/TNE80014 Unix for Telecommunications (teaching assistant)
  • 2016-current: TNE40001/TNE80003 Broadband Multimedia Networks (teaching assistant)
  • 2015: TNE40003/TNE80005 Wireless Communications / Mobile and Personal Networking (teaching assistant)

Research Projects:

  • Data transport protocol design considerations for effective IP-based content streaming
    (a collaborative effort between CAIA and Netflix, Inc.) 

Research Interests:

  • DASH-based content delivery performance measurements and improvements
  • Active Queue Management (AQM) schemes
  • TCP incast congestion control in data centres




     Peer Reviewed Journal Papers

     Peer Reviewed Conference Papers

  • Jonathan Kua and Grenville Armitage.
    Optimising DASH over AQM-enabled Gateways Using Intra-chunk Parallel Retrieval (Chunklets)
    In 26th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN 2017), Vancouver, Canada, 31 July - 3 August 2017. (to appear) [preprint]

  • Jonathan Kua, Grenville Armitage and Philip Branch.
    The Impact of Active Queue Management on DASH-based Content Delivery
    In 41st Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN 2016), Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), 7-10 November 2016.

     Conference Demos

     Technical Reports


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