Bozidar Radunovic is a Principal Researcher in the Azure for Operators Research, in Cambridge, UK. His research interests are in design and building next generation 5G infrastructure on cloud and edge. He has performed research on computer systems and algorithms with particular interest in access networks, virtualization and wireless communications.
Bozidar received his PhD in technical sciences from EPFL, Switzerland, in 2005, and his BSc at the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia, in 1999. In 2006 he spent one year as a post-doc researcher at TREC, at ENS Paris and then joined Microsoft Research. In 2008 he was awarded IEEE William R. Bennett Prize Paper Award in the Field of Communications Systems.
Blogs about my work:
- Project Arno: How Microsoft Research created the technology and industry momentum for Azure to empower telecom operators in the cloud
- Empowering operators on their cloud migration journey
Read about our efforts to provide affordable wireless broadband using TV White Space frequencies and LTE hardware
Microsoft Research special project to develop enabling technology for virtualizing and cloudifying telecommunication network infrastructure (e.g., 5G) on hyperscale cloud platforms (such as Azure).