|Academic position:||PhD Student|
|Roles in IT:||PhD Student|
|Thematic Line:||Wireless Technologies|
|Group:||Mobile Systems - Av|
MARCUS DE REE received the B.Eng. degree in applied mathematics from The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands, in 2012, the M.Sc. degree in applied mathematics with the concentration in the mathematical theory of communication systems from San Diego State University, CA, USA, in 2017, and the Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from the University of South Wales, UK, in 2021.
He is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the area of secure wireless communication and member of the 4TELL Research Group at the Instituto de Telecomunicações, Aveiro, Portugal, contributing to the NATO-funded PHYSEC project as a technical manager and the EU-funded Moore4Medical project as a security researcher. He also contributed to the H2020-MSCA SECRET and the H2020-ECSEL SECREDAS research projects in the past.
Dr. de Ree has served as a Program Committee Member and Reviewer for the IEEE CAMAD'21 and the EAI BROADNETS'18 conferences. He is a student member of the IEEE ComSoc since 2020, and a member of the Marie Curie Alumni Association since 2021. He was also the recipient of an H2020-MSCA research grant, in 2017, and the H/Link Thesis Award for the Most Newsworthy Thesis, in 2013.
|Acronym||Name||Funding Agency||Start date||Ending date|
|SECRET||Secure Network Coding for Reduced Energy Next Generation Mobile Small Cells||EC||01-01-2017||31-12-2020|