Jukka Manner (born 1972) received his MSc. (1999) and PhD. (2004) degrees in computer science from the University of Helsinki. He is a full professor (tenured) of networking technology at Aalto University, Department of Communications and Networking (Comnet). His research and teaching focuses on networking, software and distributed systems, with a strong focus on wireless and mobile networks, transport protocols, energy efficient ICT and cyber security. He was the Academic Coordinator for the Finnish Future Internet research programme 2008-2012. He is an active peer reviewer and member of various TPCs. He was the local co-chair of Sigcomm 2012 in Helsinki. He has contributed to standardization of Internet technologies in the IETF since 1999, and was the co-chair of the NSIS working group. He has been principal investigator and project manager for over 15 national and international research projects. He has authored over 100 publications, including eleven IETF RFCs. He is a member of the IEEE. In 2014 he received the Cross of Merit, Signals, and in 2015 the Medal for Military Merits for contributions in national defence and C4.
Areas of expertise
Honors and awards
Nokia Foundation Scholarship
Young Researcher of the Year, Department of Computer Science
Finnish Defense Forces, Cross of Merit (Viestiristi), Signals
- Internet technologies