Konstantin Mikhaylov is the Assistant Professor (tenure track) for Convergent IoT Communications with the Centre for Wireless Communications at the University of Oulu and 6G Flagship. He also holds the Title of Docent for the same topic. He has got a Dr. Tech (PhD) degree in communication engineering from the University of Oulu in 2018. After obtaining his PhD, he has had research visits to Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic, University of Bologna, Italy and King’s College London, United Kingdom. Konstantin’s research focuses on radio access and beyond-access technologies and protocols for massive and dependable IoT and the matters related to the design and use of IoT devices, systems, and applications. He holds the prestigious and highly competitive Academy of Finland PostDoc position and was mentioned among the World’s Top 2% Scientists (years 2020 and 2019) in Stanford University-Elsevier reports. He has also received the best demo award at SmartCom’2016 & best paper award at IEEE CogInfoCom’2014.
By May 2022, Prof. Mikhaylov had authored and co-authored over one hundred research works (Google Scholar h-index=25). He has served as a co-editor for several special issues of the MDPI Sensors journal, the co-chair of the WEAR-IoT workshop (2019-2021), and Vertical applications and IoT track of EuCNC’2022 conference, and as a TPC member for multiple flagship conferences (e.g., Globecom, Infocom, ICC, PIMRC, VTC). Prof. Mikhaylov is a Senior Member of IEEE and MC member from Finland for COST CA20120 “INTERACT”. He also holds A1/A3 open category drone pilot license.