Kondela goes wireless
Emmanuel Kondela is an assistant lecturer in the Department of Computer Studies at Dares- Salaam Institute of Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Design Electronic Computing Systems and Technology from Kursk State Technical University (Russia) and Master of Engineering in Computer Science and Technology from Central South University (China). While in Russia, he worked in the Laboratory of Construction of Electronic Computing Systems.
In China, he worked in the Laboratory of Multimedia Technology. His interest in applying for the WIMEA-ICT course stems from his desire for growth.
“I wish to have international exposure, acquire more knowledge and skills based on real-time embedded systems. This is an opportunity for me to achieve that,” he says.
He intends to focus on design and deployment of a real-time wireless sensor network in large scale for environmental observation.
“I expect to study various aspects of real time wireless sensor networks and produce fruitful results such as the quality-of-service in wireless sensor networks.
I would like to link quality estimation and scalable data processing to scheduling algorithms, analysis methods, component-based real-time systems, hierarchical scheduling, power management, software concurrency in languages and real-time middle ware,” he says.
He further hopes to investigate sensor network and applications in environmental and energy conservation.
He also wants to study the following challenges:
*What are the fundamental challenges in implementing large-scale sustainable wireless sensor network?
*Which research and technical issues must be addressed to design and implement a real-time large-scale sustainable wireless sensor network?
*Where are the potential design spaces of future real-time wireless sensor network research?
*How to efficiently and effectively integrate the physical word, real-time wireless sensor network and internet such that we can efficiently monitor the environment and then derive usable knowledge?
At the end of his studies, Kondela would like to be an expert in the field of real-time wireless sensor networks.