My main duties are conducting research and teaching within computer science at Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), South East Sweden. My research focuses on using computer models to analyze the contributions of Intelligent Transport Systems and services to Road Freight Transport.This research is carried out in the School of Computing under the research group known as Distributed and Intelligence Systems Laboratory (DISL).
Ph.D in Computer Science (May 2013), Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden.
Licentiate Degree in Computer Science (January 2011), Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden.
M.Sc Degree in Computer Science (April 2007), Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden.
B.Sc. in Physics, minor in Computer Science (July 2003), University of Buea, Cameroon.
My interest is how Telematic Systems can be used to improve performance in road based Heavy Goods Transport. Telematic Systems are systems with the capability to collect, communicate, and process vehicle data in very short time intervals (real time) e.g. vehicle navigation system. My research is focused on how to maximize the benefits of telematic systems (through service offers) for road freight transport through strategic analysis of platforms and resources required by such systems. Results are useful for supporting strategic decision making relating to planning of telematic systems for road transport.
Previous Projects Participation
Mobil IT: Mobile services for freight transport, identification and demonstration of concepts
Information Broker,: Work within the EAST WEST CORRIDOR II project with focus on the task to estimate travel time for goods.
Intelligent Truck Parking: Developing and analysing concepts of services for achieving intelligent truck parking
On Going Work
System consequences of Road User Charging System within the ARENA project.