Konstantin Mikhaylov
Dr.Tech (Wireless Systems), Title of Docent
Assistant Professor (tenure track),
Centre for Wireless Communications
University of Oulu

Street address:
Oulu, Erkki Koiso-Kanttilan katu 3, TS473
Post Index:
FIN 90014
+358 442 452 292
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Welcome To The Personal Webpage of Konstantin Mikhaylov

While serfing the WEB, by some miracle, You have arrived at my personal web-page. Here You can find some information about me personally and my work. In the case if You work in the field of Energy Efficient Wireless, Wireless Sensor Networks or Embedded Systems and have arrived here in order to get some new ideas - I would suggest You checking my publications. Otherwise, if the words "Wireless Sensor Networks" and "Embedded Systems" mean nothing to You, I can suggest You to check some nice photos from different sites I have been to. I will not promise to keep the page all the time up-to-date, but I will do my best to remember updating it every now and then.

Short Bio:

Konstantin had received B.Tech (2006) and M.Tech (2008) degrees in Electric Engineering with the focus in Wireless Systems from St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. In 2008-2013 he served as a researcher/engineer for the wireless and embedded systems in RF Media Laboratory in Ylivieska. Since 2014 he is with the Centre for Wireless Communications of the University of Oulu, where he successfully defended his PhD. (Dr. Tech.) in 2018. In 2019 he has been a visiting research fellow with Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic. Since November 2019 he serves as Assistant Professor (tenure track) for Convergent Wireless for the Internet of Things (IoT). His main research interests and focus include embedded systems, short and long range energy efficient wireless communication technologies for Internet of Things and Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks (e.g., LoRaWAN, NB-IoT, LTE-M, BLE, 802.15 family of standards). He actively works on the concept of multi-radio access technology (multi-RAT) machine type connectivity (MTC) and IoT.

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