Dr Martin Hope
- Newton Building Room 262
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Office times change each semester, but are available on the door of my office or please check office exchange calendar.
If a meeting is required, please e-mail an appointment request.
From 1980 to 1993 I completed a twelve year contract in H.M. forces My work focused mainly on the fault diagnosis, rectification and maintenance of ground to air missile systems, three dimensional and secondary surveillance radar systems, and the associated display and processing suites.
In 1994 I was recruited by the University of Derby as a multimedia programmer, and after graduating from Anglia Polytechnic University with an honors degree in Electronic Engineering, I was appointed Head of Multimedia Development.
In 1997 I was recruited by the University of Salford as a Research Assistant employed on an EPSRC MNA research program investigating the use of high bandwidth mobile multimedia communications systems. In March 2000 I was appointed as a Research Fellow, in the Centre for Network and Telecommunications Research where my research considered the climatic effects on the long-term data transmission performance of high bandwidth communication lasers. In 2001 I was appointed as a Lecturer in the School of Acoustics and Electronics and In 2002 I obtained a research award from the Nuffield Foundation for newly appointed lecturers in Science, Engineering and Mathematics.
I obtained my PhD at the University of Salford in the field of mobile and wireless communications and he is currently a member of the Institute of Electrical Engineers and is a registered Chartered Engineer.
Level 5 Animation Techniques 2001 – 2002
Level 5 High Level Programming 2001 – 2004
Level 7 Transmission Media 2001 – 2002
Level 5 Client Server Systems 2000 – 2001
Level 7 Software Engineering 2003
Level 5 Data Communications 2005 – 2006
Level 6 Programming for Mobile Platforms 2007 – 2010
Level 6 Programming in C++ 2007 – 2010
Level 7 Wireless Communications 1999 – 2010
Level 6 Advanced Network Technologies 2006- 2013
Level 5 Network Simulation 2010 - 2013
Level 7 Communication System Modelling and Simulation 2010 - 2013
Level 7 Wireless and Mobile Telecommunications 2010 – 2013
Wireless Communications: WLAN systems, Ad-Hoc wireless networks, Ultra Wideband and Wireless Sensor Networks.
Qualifications and Memberships
BEng (Hons). PhD, CEng, MIET.
BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering (Anglia University, Cambridge). 1996
PhD Wireless Communications (The University of Salford). 2003
Liu, Q & Linge, N & Hope, M & Wang, J & Ma, T H & Ji, S 2013, 'An Approach to Context Representation Discovery and Sharing in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks', iNFORMATION, 16(2B), pp.1447-1456.
Gao, F & Hope, M D & Fan, T & Liu, W 2012, ' Reducing Bluetooth discovery time in collaborative working environment', Journal of China Universities of Posts and Telecommunications, 19(4), pp.43-48 (+93).
Gao, F & Hope, M D & Liu, Q & Fan, T 2012, 'Improving communications with Bluetooth enabled collaborative middleware in MANET', Journal of China Universities of Posts and Telecommunications, 19, pp.100-107.
Hope, M D & Jazyah, Y 2010, 'A Modified Location Aided Routing Protocol for UWB MANET', WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, 4(2), pp.39-48.
Hope, M D & Jazyah, Y 2010, 'A Review of Routing Protocols for UWB MANETs', Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6018, pp.228-245.
Hope, M D & Gao, F 2008, 'Collaborative middleware on Symbian OS via Bluetooth MANET', WSEAS Transactions on Communications, pp.300-310.
A, E F & Linge, N & Hope, M D 2007, 'Distributing defence intelligence across active routers to defeat denial of service attacks in networks', IEE Proceedings on Communications, 1(1), pp