Jukka Manner
Department of Communications and Networking

Jukka Manner

Professor

Contact information

Postal address
Maarinkatu 8
Mobile phone
+358505112973
Full researcher profile
https://research.aalto.fi/...

Description

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

Mobile Internet Mobile Services Mobile Computing Transport layer Cybersecurity Energy efficiency Comnet Computer networks Wireless networking Smart phones

Honors and awards

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Communications and Networking
Jan 2014

Finnish Defense Forces, Cross of Merit (Viestiristi), Signals

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Communications and Networking
Jan 2003

Young Researcher of the Year, Department of Computer Science

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Communications and Networking
Jan 2002

Nokia Foundation Scholarship

Research groups

Evolving Internet

Publications

Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Tortoise or hare? Quantifying the effects of performance on mobile app retention

Publishing year: 2019 The Web Conference 2019 - Proceedings of the World Wide Web Conference, WWW 2019
Department of Communications and Networking, Energy Efficiency and Systems, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Evolving Internet

Waste heat from data centers

Publishing year: 2019 Sustainable Cities and Society
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

User level performance analysis of multi-hop in-band backhaul for 5G

Publishing year: 2018 Wireless Networks
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Environmental impact assessment of online advertising

Publishing year: 2018 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REVIEW
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Protecting Individuals by Hiding Flow Information on Last-mile Links

Publishing year: 2018 2018 7th International Conference on Computer and Communication Engineering (ICCCE)
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Evidence-aware Mobile Computational Offloading

Publishing year: 2018 IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Analyzing Throughput and Stability in Cellular Networks

Publishing year: 2018 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Poster: Using Crowdsourcing Data for Adaptive Video Streaming in Cellular Network

Publishing year: 2018
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Energy Efficiency and Systems, Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Future views on waste heat utilization - case of data centers in Northern Europe

Publishing year: 2018 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Department of Communications and Networking, Evolving Internet

Managing Hierarchically Structured DTN-Like Networks

Publishing year: 2018 Journal of Computer Networks and Communications