Filip De Turck

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Filip De Turck is professor in the department of Information Technology (Intec) of Ghent University with expertise in network software and strong research interests in adaptive large-scale data processing and software systems for healthcare, anomaly detection, and resilience of ICT infrastructures and services. 

In this research area, he is involved in several research projects with industry and academia, serves as Vice Chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Network Operations and Management (CNOM), chair of the Future Internet Cluster of the European Commission, and is on the TPC of many network and service management conferences and workshops and serves in the editorial board of several network and service management journals. Together with a team of PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, novel techniques and algorithms are designed, and validated by means of large scale evaluation studies, together with partners from industry and academia. Prof. Filip De Turck regularly organizes international workshops on the above mentioned topics, serves as Associate Editor in Chief of IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management (TNSM), steering committee member of the IEEE Conference on Network Softwarization (IEEE NetSoft) and chair of the IEEE SDN Initiative Conference Committee, which coordinates initiative IEEE events and conferences on Softwarized Networks.

He is currently (co-)author of over 480 publications, his H-index is 34.  He has successfully supervised 35 PhD students and is currently (co-)supervising  8 PhD students.

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Network software: adaptive large-scale data processing and software systems for network and service management, healthcare, anomaly detection, and resilience of ICT infrastructures and services. 

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Prof. Dr. Ir. Filip De Turck
Department of Information Technology  (EA05)
Ghent University – imec
Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 15
B-9052 Gent,  Belgium

t: +32 9 331 49 32

m: +32 473 73 81 37

e: Filip.DeTurck@UGent.be

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