Robert J. Piechocki is a Professor of Wireless Systems in the School of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Engineering Maths. Robert received his PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bristol in 2002.
Robert’s research interests span the areas of Connected Intelligent Systems, Wireless Networks, Information and Communication Theory, Statistics and AI. In his research work, he strives to develop solutions for decision making and inference in networked systems which communicate over resource constrained and unreliable links. Example of such networks are fleets of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV), which demand ultra-reliable and low-latency connectivity, despite very rapid changes in network topology and individual wireless links being subject to severe interference. Additional interests include contextual sensing in energy constraint IoT systems, such as battery powered IoT systems in residential healthcare applications.