Milena Radenkovic (PhD, Dipl.-Ing., BA)





QUALIFICATIONS





INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC SERVICES AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES





Editorial Roles for the following journals:




Visiting researcher at Microsoft Research, Cambridge



Expert Evaluator for the Following Research Councils:









Co-Chair of the Following conferences





Main PhD Supervisor for the following PhD students:



Main PhD Defence Examiner and Member of the PhD Defence Jury for the Following PhD Researchers and Universities:



Member of Technical Program Committees of the following Conferences (selection):

Reviewer for the following journals (selection):

  • Elsevier PHYSICA A:Statistical Mechanics and its Applications

  • Elsevier Information Sciences

  • Elsevier Computer Communications

  • Elsevier Computer Networks

  • Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks

  • Springer Wireless Networks

  • IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing

  • ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems

  • IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation

  • MIT Press PRESENCE journal

  • IEEE MultiMedia journal

  • IEEE Transactions journal on Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience

  • ACM VRST conference

  • IEEE Transactions on Networking

  • ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communicationsi and Applications



RESEARCH



Publications





Patent:

Radenkovic M, Greenhalgh C., Patent published: Audio Data Processing, International Publication Number: WO 02/17579 A1, 28 February 2002





Journal Publications



  1. Radenkovic, M.; Benslimane, A.; McAuley, D., "Reputation Aware Obfuscation for Mobile Opportunistic Networks," Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on , vol.PP, no.99, pp.1,1 doi: 10.1109/TPDS.2013.265

  2. Benslimane, A.; Radenkovic, M.; Zakhary, S., "Efficient Location Privacy-Aware Forwarding in Opportunistic Mobile Networks," Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on , vol.PP, no.99, pp.1,1, 0 doi: 10.1109/TVT.2013.2279671

  3. Milena Radenkovic, Andrew Grundy “Efficient and adaptive congestion control for heterogeneous Delay Tolerant Networks”, submitted to the Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks Journal, 2011 (Acceptance rate 7%-23%)

  4. B. Wietrzyk, M. Radenkovic,"Realistic Large Scale Ad hoc Animal Monitoring", in the International Journal on Advances in Life Sciences, 2010, pp 1-17

  5. Radenkovic M., Lodge T., "Engaging the Public through Mass Scale Multimedia Networks", IEEE Multimedia journal, July, 2006, pp 12-15

  6. Radenkovic M, "Novel Infrastructures for Supporting Mixed Reality Experiences", in IEEE MultiMedia journal, 1070-986X, Volume 12, No 2, April/June, 2005, pp 12-19

  7. Radenkovic M, Miladinovic I, "Towards P2P AccessGrid", selected from SAG 2004 for Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 2004 3458, pp 133-145

  8. Milena Radenkovic, “A Framework for Building and Deploying Multi-Party Audio Service for Collaborative Virtual Environments”, MIT Press, PRESENCE, December, 2004, pp 708-725

  9. Milena Radenkovic, Chris Greenhalgh, “Supporting Collaborative Audio in the Internet “, In Book “Advances and Communications And Software Technologies , ISBN 960 8052 718, pp. 190-196, 2002

  10. Radenkovic M, Greenhalgh C, Benford S, "Inhabited TV: Multimedia Broadcast from a Large Scale Collaborative World", Facta Universitatis, Ser. Electronics and Energetics, Vol 13,Num 1 (first appeared in the Proc. Of Fourth International IEEE Conference on Telecommunications in Modern Satellite, Cable and Broadcasting Services (TELSIKS '99), Nis, Yugoslavia, October 1999, IEEE Press, pp 68-72) Copyright by IEEE, ISBN, 0-7803-5678-X





Conference Publications



  1. Milena Radenkovic and Natasa Milic-Frayling. 2015. Demo: RasPiPCloud: A Light-weight Mobile Personal Cloud. In Proceedings of the 10th ACM MobiCom Workshop on Challenged Networks (CHANTS '15). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 57-58. DOI=10.1145/2799371.2799373 http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2799371.2799373

  2. Huong Nguyen Minh; Abderrahim Benslimane; Milena Radenkovic, “Social Delay Tolerant Approach for Safety Services in Vehicular Networks, IEEE IWCMC 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia

  3. Milena Radenkovic, Ivaylo Kostadinov and Bartosz Wietrzyk, “Increasing Communication Reliability in Manufacturing Environment”, In IEEE IWCMC 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2015

  4. Milena Radenkovic, Heidi Howard, Jon Crowcroft, Murray Goulden, Christian Greiffenhagen, Derek McAuley, and Richard Mortier. 2013. Providing security for wireless community networks. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM MobiCom workshop on Lowest cost denominator networking for universal access (LCDNet '13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 29-32. DOI=10.1145/2502880.2502890

  5. Arjuna Sathiaseelan, Richard Mortier, Murray Goulden, Christian Greiffenhagen, Milena Radenkovic, Jon Crowcroft, and Derek McAuley. 2014. A Feasibility Study of an In-the-Wild Experimental Public Access WiFi Network. In Proceedings of the Fifth ACM Symposium on Computing for Development (ACM DEV-5 '14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 33-42. DOI=10.1145/2674377.2674383

  6. Radenkovic, Milena; Vaghi, Ivan; Zakhary, Sameh; Benslimane, Abderrahim, "AdaptAnon: Adaptive anonymity for service queries in mobile opportunistic networks," Communications (ICC), 2013 IEEE International Conference on , vol., no., pp.1839,1844, 9-13 June 2013 doi: 10.1109/ICC.2013.6654788

  7. Zakhary, S.; Radenkovic, M.; Benslimane, A., "The quest for location-privacy in opportunistic mobile social networks," Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), 2013 9th International , vol., no., pp.667,673, 1-5 July 2013 doi: 10.1109/IWCMC.2013.6583637

  8. Milena Radenkovic, Ivan Vaghi, Adaptive User Anonymity for Mobile Opportunistic Networks, CHANTS 2012, ACM MobiCom Workshop on Challenged Networks August 22, 2012, Istanbul, Turkey, DOI: 10.1145/2348616.2348635

  9. M. Radenkovic and S. Zakhary, Flexible and dynamic network coding for adaptive data transmission in DTNs, 2012 8th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), Limassol, 2012, pp. 567-573. doi: 10.1109/IWCMC.2012.6314266

  10. Sameh Zakhary, Milena Radenkovic, “Social Based Location Privacy for Opportunistic Delay Tolerant Networks”, IEEE ICC 2012 (Acceptance Rate ~25%)

  11. Milena Radenkovic, Andrew Grundy, "Framework for Utility Driven Congestion Control in Delay Tolerant Opportunistic Networks", In the Proc of IEEE IWCMC, Istanbul, 2011, pp 448-454 (acceptance rate around 28%) (CC)

  12. Sameh Zakhary, Milena Radenkovic, “Erasure Coding with Replication to defend against Malicious Attacks in DTNs”, in the Proceedings of IEEE WiMob, Shanghai, 2011 (acceptance around 28%) (SEC)

  13. Milena Radenkovic, Andrew Grundy, "Congestion Aware Forwarding in Delay Tolerant and Social Opportunistic Networks", In the Proc. of IEEE WONS 2011, Bardoneccia, Italy. Pp 60-67 (acceptance rate 30%) (CC)

  14. Sameh Zakhary, Milena Radenkovic, "Social Based Location Privacy for Opportunistic Delay Tolerant Networks", accepted Poster at ACM MobiCom 2011, Las Vegas, USA, to be published by SIGMOBILE MC2R (acceptance rate ~17%)

  15. Milena Radenkovic, Andrew Grundy, "Congestion Aware Data Dissemination in Social Opportunistic Networks", in ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review, Volume 14, Issue 3, July 2010, pp 31-33 (acceptance rate ~17%) (CC)

  16. Andrew Grundy; Milena Radenkovic, "Promoting Congestion Control in Opportunistic Networks", In the Proceedings of IEEE WiMob 2010, Niagara Falls, Canada, pp 324-330 pp (acceptance rate 28%) (CC)

  17. Sameh Zakhary; Milena Radenkovic, "Reputation-Based Security Protocol for MANETs in Highly Mobile Disconnection-Prone Environments", In the Proceedings of WONS 2010, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, February 2010, 161-167 (acceptance rate 25%) (SEC)

  18. Andrew Grundy; Milena Radenkovic, "Decongesting Opportunistic Social-based Forwarding", In the Proc. of WONS 2010, Krnjska Gora, Slovenia, February, 2010, 82-85 (acceptance rate 25%) (CC)

  19. A. Grundy, M. Radenkovic, "Routing in Wireless Networks of Varying Connectivity" in the Proceedings of ICWMC'09, Cannes, France, August, 2009, pp 18-23 (SEC)

  20. B. Wietrzyk, M. Radenkovic, "Enabling Large Scale ad hoc Animal Welfare Monitoring", In the Proceedings of ICWMC'09, Cannes, France, August, 2009 , pp 401-409 (EE)

  21. B. Wietrzyk, M. Radenkovic, and I. Kostadinov, "Practical MANETs for Pervasive Cattle Monitoring", in Proc. of ICN 2008, Cancun, Mexico, pp 14-23 (EE)

  22. B. Wietrzyk, M. Radenkovic: Energy Efficiency in the Mobile Ad Hoc Networking Approach to Monitoring Farm Animals. In Proc of ICN 2007, Sainte-Luce, Martinique, French Caribbean, pp 1-8 (EE)

  23. B. Wietrzyk and M. Radenkovic, "Enabling Rapid and Cost-Effective Creation of Massive Pervasive Games in Very Unstable Environments", In Proc. of The Fourth Annual Conference on Wireless On demand Network Systems and Services (WONS 2007), Obergurgl, Austria, 2007, pp 146-153 (acceptance rate 26%) (DHT+SEC)

  24. T. Lodge and M. Radenkovic, "Towards Mass Scale Environmental Monitoring By the Public", Proceedings of the IASTED European Conference on Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications, EuroIMSA 2007, Chamonix, France, 2007, pp 69-74 (P2P)

  25. Radenkovic M., Wietrzyk B., "Mobile Ad Hoc Networking Approach to Detecting and Querying Events Related to Farm Animals", IEEE International Conference on Networking and Services (IEEE ICNS 2006), Silicon Valley, USA, July, 2006, pp 100-109 (EE)

  26. Radenkovic M., Wietrzyk B., "Wireless Mobile Ad-hoc Sensor Networks for Very Large Scale Cattle Monitoring", in Proceedings of in 6th International Workshop on Applications and Services in Wireless Networks, (ASWN'06) Berlin, Germany, 2006, pp (DHT, DTN)

  27. Capra M, Radenkovic M., Benford S. et al, The Multimedia Challenges Raised by Pervasive Games, Proceedings in ACM Multimedia 2005, Singapore, November, 2005 (50%)

  28. Radenkovic M, Miladinovic I, "Towards P2P AccessGrid", SAG 2004, LNCS 3458, pp 133-144 (P2P GRID)

  29. B. Wietrzyk and M. Radenkovic, "Semantic Life Science Middleware with Web Service Resource Framework", In Proc. of Fourth All Hands Meeting, Nottingham, UK, 2005, pp. 542-545. (P2P GRID)

  30. M. Radenkovic and B. Wietrzyk, "Life Science Grid Middleware in A More Dynamic Environment", In Proc. of Grid Computing and its Application to Data Analysis (GADA'05), Ayia Napa, Cyprus, 2005, LNCS, pp 264-273 (P2P GRID)

  31. Luc Moreu, S.Miles, M. Radenkovic et al, “On the Use of Agents in Bioinformatics Grid”, in the Proc. Of CCGRID 2003, pp 653-668 (10%)

  32. Radenkovic M, et al "Deployment Issues in Multi-Party Audio for CVEs", in the Proceedings of ACM VRST 2002, Hong Kong, November, 2002, pp 179-185 (P2P Audio)

  33. Radenkovic M, et al "Multi-party Distributed Audio Service with TCP Fairness", in the Proceedings of ACM Multimedia 2002, (MULTIMEDIA2002), France, December , 2002, pp 11-2 (P2P adaptive audio)





International Reports



  1. Chapter 2 in "P2P MANETs- New Research Issues", on "Look Up Services and Key-based Reasoning in P2P MANETs" in Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings 2005, Dagstuhl, Germany, pp 1-25 (30%)

  2. Chapter 3 in "P2P MANETs- New Research Issues", on "Reliable Data Delivery in P2P MANETs" in Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings 2005, Dagstuhl, Germany, pp 1-25 (50%)



RESEARCH GRANTS



Title “SelSus:Health Monitoring and Life-Long Capability Management for SELf-SUStaining Manufacturing Systems

Funding Body EU FP7

Awarded 2014 - 2017

Partners: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG ,E.V,HARMS & WENDE GMBH & CO KG, ELECTROLUX ITALIA S.P.A., University of Loghborough, University of Nottingham, The Manufecturing Technology Centre Limited LBG,GMX,IPA,ELUX,IS GMBH, FORD MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED,INSTITUTO DE SISTEMAS E ROBOTICA-ASSOCIACAO, Advanced data processing GmbH, IEF WERNER GMBH, XETICS GMBH



Title: “Improving Service connectivity for Festival of Avignon in France”

Funding Body: University of Nottingham under the EPSRC Impact Exploration Grant

Principal Investigator: Milena Radenkovic (University of Nottingham)

Awarded: 2013 - 2014





Title: “Novel Routing Protocol for Large Scale Disconnected environments”

Funding Body: EPSRC

Principal Investigator: Milena Radenkovic (University of Nottingham)

Awarded: February 2007 until 2011





Title: “Bridging the Gap – Visiting Scholar Program”

Industrial Links: Motorola, New York, USA

Funding Body: EPSRC

Principal Investigator: Milena Radenkovic (University of Nottingham)

Awarded: February 2008 until 2009





Title: “Developing Advanced Collaborative Environments for Life Science Community”

Funding Body: EPSRC

Principal Investigator: Milena Radenkovic (University of Nottingham)

Awarded: June 2004 until 2007





Title: “PARTICIPATE”

Funding Body: EPSRC

Principal Investigator: Steve Benford (University of Nottingham)

Co-Investogator: Milena Radenkovic, D. Stanton (University of Bath)

Awarded: February 2006-2010





Title: “myGrid”

Funding Body: EPSRC

Principal Investigator: Carol Goble (University of Manchester)

Co-Investigators: Milena Radenkovic

Awarded: January 2003-2006



Invited Talks:

  • Radenkovic M, "Security in Disconnection Tolerant Networks", Cyber Defence, National Security in a Borderless World, Estonia, May, 2010

  • Radenkovic M, "Understanding Network Requirements for mass Socio Technological Networks", IBM, New York, USA, March 2007

  • Radenkovic M, "Towards the mass Delay Tolerant Participatory Networks" , Philips, New York, USA, March 2007

  • Radenkovic M, "Modelling the Workload for the Networking Support of mass Socio Technological Networks", UCLA, USA, February 2007

  • Radenkovic M, "Modelling the Workload for the Networking Support of mass Socio Technological Networks", UCLA, USA, February 2007

  • Radenkovic M., "Participatory Networks", Columbia University, 2005

  • Radenkovic M., "Multimedia Research - Where do we Need to Go Tomorrow", Dagstuhl Seminar 05091, March Germany 2005

  • Radenkovic M, "P2P Grid for E-Science and Mixed Realities", Intel Research, Cambridge, UK, December 2004

  • Radenkovic M, "Grids and E-Science: Where Next", Yale University, New Haven, USA, June 2004

  • Radenkovic M, "Web Service Resource Framework-Like Apprach for Mobile Mixed Reality Games", Columbia University, New York, USA, June 2004

  • Radenkovic M, "Supporting Multimedia in Peer-to-Peer networks vs in Grid core services", Computer Graphics Laboratory, ETH Zentrum, Switzerland, August 2003





TEACHING AND UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SERVICE



I have taught the following modules in the School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham:

  • From 2003 until present (12 years) I have taught G52CCN (Computer Communication and Networks). This has been persistently the largest module in the School of Computer Science and IT with over the last nine years. Student numbers included 360, 260, 180, 120, 180, 170, 190, students: The students attending G52CCN have had very heterogeneous academic backgrounds and coming from a number of different Schools as well as post graduate Degrees.

  • From 2008 until present (4 years) I have taught G53SEC (Computer Security). Since I started teaching this module, the number of students has been increasing at a fast pace every year from 80 to 170. During the last year. G53SEC has become the second largest module in the School of Computer Science. The students attending G53SES have been extremely heterogeneous including all students from Computer Science, along with undergraduate and postgraduate from a range of disciplines.

  • From 2010-2011: I taught G53QAT module with 50 students

  • From 2005-2006, I taught G52ADS (Algorithms and Data Structures). This module was a second largest second year module with over 200 students.

  • From 2008-2009: I have taught a postgraduate module G54PMM with over 80 students.

  • From 2009-2010; I have taught a postgraduate module G64INC with over 80 students.

  • In 2012-2013, I have taught postgraduate G64PRG module with 60 students

  • In 2012-2013, I have taught postgraduate module G54IHC with 80 students

  • From 2014, I have been teaching postgraduate G54ACC with 30 students





I am Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)



School and University Academic Service

  • Director of e-Business and e-Commerce Course, University of Nottingham. (2004)


  • Director of Software Engineering Course (2004-2008)


  • Member of the Teaching Committee at School of Computer Science (2004-2007)


  • Member of the Teaching Sub-committee in the School of Computer Science a (2004-2007)



  • Athena SWAN: Member of the University of Nottingham WINSET group (November 2014- present)


  • Member of the Research Strategy Group Committee (2009-2011)


  • 3rd and 4th Year Final Year project Co-ordinator 2013-2014


  • MSc Project Coordinator 2017-present

  • Industrial Placement Officer and Careers Officer: 2008-2010: