General Lecturer Prof. Dr. Eryk Dutkiewicz
Professor Eryk Dutkiewicz began his research career at the Overseas Telecommunications Corporation (OTC) Labs in Sydney in 1988 in the area of Asynchronous Transfer Mode systems. In 1990’s, while at OTC/Telstra and at University of Wollongong he conducted R&D into quality of service mechanisms for wired, wireless and mobile technologies. In 1999, he joined Motorola where he managed wireless research activities at Motorola Labs in Sydney. During that period he was also deeply involved in IEEE WiFi standards activities. From 2004 to 2008 he worked at University of Wollongong as a Professorial Fellow leading a wireless research activity on broadband wireless networks and wireless sensor networks. From 2008 to 2015 he worked at Macquarie University where he was the Director of the Macquarie University WiMed Research Centre and the Director of the Wireless Communications and Networking Laboratory. In November 2015 he joined the University of Technology Sydney as the Head of School of Computing and Communications.
Professor Eryk Dutkiewicz has worked with many industry partners, including Motorola Inc., Freescale Semiconductor Inc., Agere Systems, Zarlink, Mircosemi, Infineon and Intel. He is currently the Principle Investigator on the 5G Dynamic Spectrum Sharing project funded by Intel Corporation which is part of Intel’s world-wide 5G University Research Program.
His current research interests include 5G communications systems and wireless body area networks for medical applications. He has strong collaboration links within wireless industry, including CSIRO and Intel, and with premier research institutions in Europe and Asia. He has held visiting appointments at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, at Coventry University in the UK and at San Carlos University and Mindanao State University in the Philippines. He is an Adjunct Professor at Macquarie University, Australia.