researcher profile Fernando Kuipers

Associate Professor

Expertise: Network algorithms: routing, Quality of Service, network survivability, optical networks, content distribution

Contact details

Group: Network Architectures and Services (NAS)
Department of Intelligent Systems
Room:HB 19.250
Phone:+31-15-27 81347
Personal webpage

Fernando A. Kuipers (IEEE senior member) is associate professor in the Network Architectures and Services group at Delft University of Technology (TUDelft). He received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering at TUDelft in June 2000 and subsequently obtained his Ph.D. degree (cum laude) in 2004 at the same faculty. Currently, he is chairman of the board of examiners for the two M.Sc. programs Computer Engineering and Embedded Systems at TUDelft. He is on the steering board of the PowerWeb consortium, is staff member of the Next Generation Infrastructures foundation, and is staff member of the research school for Transport, Infrastructures and Logistics (TRAIL).

His research interests mainly revolve around network algorithms and cover Routing, Quality of Service, Network Survivability, Optical Networks, and Content Distribution. His work on these subjects has resulted in over 40 publications in refereed journals and conferences and include distinguished papers at IEEE INFOCOM 2003, Chinacom 2006, IFIP Networking 2008, IEEE FMN 2008, IEEE ISM 2008, ITC 2009, and WWIC 2010.

Fernando Kuipers is and has been TPC member of several conferences, among which IEEE INFOCOM, and is member of the executive committee of the IEEE Benelux chapter on communications and vehicular technology.


CS4055 High performance data networking

Advanced networking course

EE8001 Telecommunication networks (refresher course)

ET4285 Measuring and simulating the internet

Basic Internet measurement tools, and the state-of-the-art in Internet measurements research

Last updated: 27 Feb 2014