Tel:+61 3 9214 5742
Position: Internet For Things (I4T) Research Laboratory
BEng (Telecommunications and Network Engineering) First Class Honours, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia 2014.
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: Current
Data transport protocol design considerations for effective IP-based content streaming (a collaborative effort between CAIA and Netflix, Inc.)
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.