Csaba Kiraly

Welcome to my home page! I'm Csaba Kiraly, researcher at the Bruno Kessler Foundation, Trento, Italy. Previously I have been working at the University of Trento, Politecnico di Torino, Create-Net, and at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

My research topics are revolving around issues in networking, large-scale and distributed systems. My main interests are IoT, sensor networks, Peer-to-Peer systems, large scale video distribution systems, and privacy enhancing technologies. I have also been publishing some papers in the areas of bio-inspired systems, TCP traffic control, and IP QoS.

I tend to put all my publication on-line directly on my site, and I also keep a list of all the meta-search engines that list my publications (at least the ones I'm aware of).

Visit the projects page that gives a brief description of some of the projects I've been working on, including a bunch of FP4/5/6/7 and H2020 EU projects: AGILE-IoT, NAPA-WINE, DISCREET, CAPANINA, HELINET, ELISA.

Browse software I've been working on directly on my github account, where I try to share the open-source part of my work.