Daniel Camps MurMobile and Wireless Internet Group Lead at i2CAT
Daniel currently leads the Mobile and Wireless Internet Group (MWI) at the I2CAT Foundation in Barcelona. His interests lie generally in the wireless domain, including the integration of constrained IoT devices in cellular networks and the development of novel architectures and algorithms to manage slice enabled 5G networks. From 2015 to 2018 Daniel was the technical coordinator of the phase 1 5GPPP project 5G-XHaul, which developed a wireless-optical transport network architecture able to jointly deliver backhaul and fronthaul services. Currently, Daniel acts as technical coordinator for the phase 3 5GPPP project 5G-CLARITY, which integrates 5GNR, Wi-Fi and Li-Fi in private networks operated with an AI powered management system. Previous to working at I2CAT, Daniel was a senior researcher at NEC Networks Laboratories in Heidelberg, where he focused on wireless networks, QoS, and energy efficiency. At NEC Daniel was also involved in standardization for wireless LANs and have contributed both to the Wi-Fi Alliance and the IEEE 802.11 working group. Daniel holds a PhD. and a M.Sc. in Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC).