Mr Felix Ricklef Wohlers
Student, Keble College
Room 502, Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QD
InterestsI am a second year DPhil student at Keble College. My personal interests lie in the general area of software engineering, in particular distributed systems, operating systems, networt protocols, kernel development and consequently also low-level programming. I am currently working on the WildSensing project in which wireless sensor nodes are planned to be deployed to monitor a wildlife habibitat.
MSc in Computer Science, University of Oxford, 2007. Title of thesis: Quantified Boolean Formulae and Bounded Model Checking.
BSc in Software Engineering / Computer Science and Business Studies, The University of Birmingham, 2006. Title of thesis: Enhancing netfilter/iptables for End-users
WILDSENSING:Design and Deployment of a Sustainable Sensor Network for Wildlife Monitoring
Ricklef Wohlers Vladimir Dyo Stephen A. Ellwood David W. Macdonald Andrew Markham Cecilia Mascolo Bence Pasztor Salvatore Scellato Niki Trigoni and Kharsim Yousef
In ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks. 2012.
Evolution and Sustainability of a Wildlife Monitoring Sensor Network
Kharsim Yousef Vladimir Dyo Stephen A. Ellwood David W. Macdonald Andrew Markham Cecilia Mascolo Bence Pasztor Salvatore Scellato Niki Trigoni Ricklef Wohlers
In 8th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys 2010)‚ Zurich‚ Switzerland. 2010.
TwinRoute: Energy−Efficient Data Collection in Fixed Sensor Networks with Mobile Sinks
Ricklef Wohlers‚ Niki Trigoni‚ Rui Zhang and Stephen Ellwood
In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Mobile Data Management: Systems‚ Services and Middleware (MDM). May, 2009.