Dr James Brown

IT Services Manager


Dr James Brown is a senior researcher in the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University, currently employed on the EU FP7 RELYonIT project. Since completing his undergraduate degree at Lancaster he has worked on a number of research projects, including the industrially funded IPV6 Testbed, EPSRC funded NEMO project, EU FP7 GINSENG project and now the EU FP7 RELYonIT project. He was awarded his PhD in 2011 on advanced systems support for sensor networks; work that involved developing a novel multi-processor hardware platform. This work led to his current research interest in wireless networking and hardware architectures for embedded devices.

Selected Publications Show all 30 publications

The impact of temperature on outdoor industrial sensornet applications
Boano, C.A., Tsiftes, N., Voigt, T., Brown, J., Roedig, U. 08/2010 In: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics. 6, 3, p. 451-459. 9 p.
Journal article

The GINSENG system for wireless monitoring and Control: design and deployment experiences
O'Donovan, T., Brown, J., Buesching, F., Cardoso, A., Cecilio, J., Ó, J.M.d., Futado, P., Gil, P., Jugel, A., Pöttner, W., Roedig, U., Silva, J.S., Silva, R., Sreenan, C., Vassiliou, V., Voigt, T., Wolf, L., Zinonos, Z. 11/2013 In: ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks. 10, 1, 40 p.
Journal article

Time-Critical Data Delivery in Wireless Sensor Networks
Suriyachai, P., Brown, J., Roedig, U. 06/2010 In: Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2010). Berlin : Springer p. 216-229. 14 p.

BurstProbe: Debugging Time-Critical Data Delivery in Wireless Sensor Networks
Brown, J., McCarthy, B., Roedig, U., Voigt, T., Sreenan, C.J. 2011 In: Proceedings of the 8th European conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN'11). Springer p. 195-210. 16 p.

01/10/2012 → 31/01/2015

FIRM - Framework for Innovation and Research in MediaCityUK
01/03/2012 → 28/09/2012

01/09/2008 → 28/02/2012

NEMO: Networked Embedded Models and Memories of Physical Work Activity
01/09/2005 → 30/09/2008

Mobile-IPv6 Systems Research Laboratory
02/09/2002 → 31/08/2005