Room 318C, Department of Computer Science,
enordstr (at) cs dot princeton dot edu
Picture: Lake close to Tarfala research station at the base of Kebnekaise
mountain, northern Sweden, July 2010.
My Curriculum Vitae (CV) [pdf].
My GitHub page with some of my software projects.
I am an Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University's Computer Science Department, where I am working on service-centric networking together
with Michael J.
Freedman and Jennifer
Rexford. I received my Ph.D. from Uppsala University in Sweden
in 2008 (my old page) on the topic of Challenged Networking. My advisor was Per Gunningberg.
I was a visiting researcher at the Thomson Research Lab in Paris (now Technicolor) for six months,
starting November 2006.
An article in Network World talks about Serval and features me and Mike Freedman.
A Formally-Verified Migration Protocol For Mobile, Multi-Homed Hosts
Matvey Arye, Erik Nordström, Robert Kiefer, Jennifer Rexford, and Michael J. Freedman. ICNP'12.
Serval: An End-Host Stack for Service-Centric Networking
Erik Nordström, David Shue, Prem Gopalan, Rob Kiefer, Matvey
Arye, Steven Ko, Jennifer Rexford, and Michael J. Freedman. NSDI'12.
Video of me presenting the above paper at NSDI'12.
Making the Most of Your Contacts: Transfer Ordering in Data-Centric Opportunistic Networks.
Christian Rohner, Fredrik Bjurefors, Per Gunningberg, Liam McNamara, and Erik Nordström. MobiOpp'12.
Networking with SCAFFOLD
Michael J. Freedman, Matvey Arye, Prem Gopalan, Steven Y. Ko, Erik
Nordström, Jennifer Rexford, and David Shue. Princeton
University, Computer Science, Technical Report TR-885-10. September
For older publications, please see my old page.