Dr. Rade Stanojevic


Senior Scientist
Distributed Systems

Connect with me



Research Focus at QCRI

Rade Stanojevic has worked as a Senior Scientist in QCRI's Distributed Systems group since February 2016. His research focus is on network and data economics, resource allocation and data analytics.

Previous Experience

Before joining QCRI, Rade was a researcher in Telefonica Research where he worked on network economics, cellular networks and data mining for insurance.

Professional Experience

- Research assistant/associate Hamilton Institute, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. May 2004 - March 2009.

- Researcher, Telefonica Research. April 2009 - September 2010, March 2012 - February 2016.

- Research Assistant Professor. IMDEA Networks October 2010 - March 2012.

Professional Associations and Awards

For joint work with his PhD advisor, Robert Shorten, he was awarded Best Paper award at IWQoS 2009 and Best Student Paper award at ACM SIGMETRICS 2008.

Education

Rade has a PhD from Hamilton Institute, National University of Ireland.



Selected Research

Recent Publications

    A. Lima, R. Stanojevic, D. Papagiannaki, P. Rodriguez, M.C. Gonzalez. “Understanding individual routing behaviour”. Journal of The Royal Society Interface vol. 13(116), 2016.
    A. Lutu, M. Bagnulo, C. Pelsser, K. Cho, R. Stanojevic. “An analysis of the economic impact of strategic deaggregation”. Computer Networks, vol. 81(C), 2015.
    I. Leontiadis, A. Lima, H. Kwak, R. Stanojevic, D. Wetherall, K. Papagiannaki. “From Cells to Streets: Estimating Mobile Paths with Cellular-Side Data”. In Proceedings of ACM CoNEXT 2014, Sydney, Australia.
    J. C. Cardona, R. Stanojevic, N. Laoutaris. “Collaborative Consumption for Mobile Broadband: A Quantitative Study”. In Proceedings of ACM CoNEXT 2014, Sydney, Australia.
    Z. Bischof, F. Bustamante, R. Stanojevic. “Need, Want, or Can Afford - Broadband Markets and the Behavior of Users”. In Proceedings of ACM IMC 2014, Vancouver, Canada.
    I. Castro, R. Stanojevic, S. Gorinsky. “CIPT: Using Tuangou to Reduce IP Transit Costs”. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, vol. 22(5), 2014.
    J. Blackburn, R. Stanojevic, V. Erramilli, K. Papagiannaki. ”Last Call for the Buffet: Economics of Cellular Networks”. In Proceedings of ACM MOBICOM 2013, Miami, USA.
    C. Rossi et al. “3GOL: power-boosting ADSL using 3G onloading”. In Proceedings of ACM CoNEXT 2013, Santa Barbara, USA.
    N. Laoutaris, G. Smaragdakis, R. Stanojevic, P. Rodriguez, R. Sundaram. “Delay tolerant bulk data transfers on the Internet”. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking vol. 21(6), 2013.
    J. C. Cardona, R. Stanojevic, R. Cuevas. “On Weather and Internet Traffic Demand”. In Proceedings of PAM 2013, Hong Kong, China.



Connect with me



Follow Us

  • YouTube
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • RSS Feed
  • Linkedin
  • github-web.png
Back to Top

In the Media

CSAIl image october 2017 story.JPG

CSAIL hosts annual meeting highlighting innovative collaboration with QCRI

10/10/2017

This year CSAIL celebrates five years of collaboration with the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), an esteemed research institute that’s part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Doha. This ...

Read More

Poynter fact-checking story.JPG

Study: On Twitter, you're better off fact-checking your crazy uncle than a complete stranger

12/09/2017

A new study has found what many of us have always thought to be true: We are more likely to accept correction from people we know than strangers. The  study , conducted by researchers at Cornell, ...

Read More

ingredients CSAIL.jpg

Artificial intelligence suggests recipes based on food photos

25/07/2017

There are few things social media users love more than flooding their feeds with photos of food. Yet we seldom use these images for much more than a quick scroll on our cellphones. Researchers from ...

Read More

Upcoming Events

2017

after school pic.JPG

QCRI's Creative Space launches free after-school computing courses for teenagers

Download ICS File 01/11/2017  - 20/12/2018 ,

We offer an App Inventor Course in Arabic for students aged 13-15 and an Arduino Programming Course in English for students aged 14-18. Courses are free. Please register quickly as places are limited.

Read More

Past Events

Summer Camp 2.jpg

QCRI conducts first summer computing camps for kids

Download ICS File 16/07/2017  - 27/07/2017 ,

Children and teenagers have been given a rare chance to develop their computing skills with world-class computing scientists at the first summer computing camp conducted by the Qatar Computing ...

Read More

CS 1.jpg

QCRI’s Creative Space holds Open House event for kids

Download ICS File 20/05/2017 ,

The Qatar Computing Research Institute’s new Creative Space, which conducts fun activities to teach children computing skills, has successfully held its first Open House event. About 100 children ...

Read More

News Releases

Ingmar for award story.JPG

QCRI's Ingmar Weber wins UN award for joint gender equality research

21/09/2017

Joint research undertaken by Dr. Ingmar Weber of Qatar Computing Research Institute, part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University, along with scientists from Oxford and Princeton universities, has won a ...

Read More

Food serving - boys (2).jpg

Qatar girls embrace technology to tackle obesity

11/09/2017

Mothers are also more likely to use social media to learn about a healthy lifestyle than fathers, new study finds.

Read More

Majd interns ex-irina (2).jpg

QCRI’s summer internship program kicks off

07/05/2017

The Qatar Computing Research Institute’s 2017 summer internship program is underway. This year’s program involves computer science and computer engineering students from Carnegie Mellon University, ...

Read More