Hello, my name is Daoyuan Li and I’m currently a researcher at Ericsson Research NomadicLab in Finland. My research areas include Wireless Mesh Networks, Wireless Sensor Networks, Delay Tolerant Networks, and Prototyping.
I got a Master of Science (Technology) degree in August 2011 from Helsinki University of Technology (TKK, merged into Aalto University since January 1st, 2010) in Finland. I also hold a Master of Science degree from Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden, since I studied there from August 2009 to July 2010, as an exchange master student in Erasmus Mundus NordSecMob Program.
I got my bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering in July 2009 from Jilin University in China. During the four years there, I focused on Software Engineering, algorithms and data structures, databases, compiling principles and programming languages, operating systems and computational mathematics and so on.
I’m familiar with network protocols like TCP/IP and routing protocols such as OSPF, IS-IS, RIP, BGP and so on. I have a good knowledge of both CISCO and Juniper routers and bridges. I’m good at programming, especially in C/C++ and Java. I also like using bash scripts and I’m very familiar with the architecture and usage of GNU/Linux systems.
In my spare time I enjoy reading novels. Dream of the Red Chamber (In Chinese: 红楼梦) is my favorite novel. I also like Dan Brown, One Hundred Years of Solitude, and Pride and Prejudice. I like to take photos, too. I’m also a regular blogger, and you can find my blog here, but the earlier entries are mainly written in Chinese. My other interests are travelling, cycling and swimming.