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Paulo Alexandre Regis

A Ph.D. candidate at the University of Nevada - Reno

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Pursuing my Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Nevada, Reno.


2014 - present University of Nevada - Reno Ph.D. Candidate

Research area: Mobile Ad hoc Networks Performance for Emergency Situations.

2006 – 2011 Universidade Regional de Blumenau BSc in Telecommunications Engineering

Senior thesis: Feasibility study of a digital television channel

Fellowships and Awards

2014 - 2018 Science without Borders, CAPES (Doctorate Fellowship)

2017 Council Member of the Semester Award, Graduate Student Association (UNR)

2017 Student Travel grant to attend MILCOM, Graduate Student Association (UNR)

2017 Student Travel grant to attend BRASCON, Graduate Student Association (UNR)

2016 Student Travel grant to attend Workshop on ns-3 (WNS3), Graduate Student Association (UNR)

2015 Student Travel grant to attend CSS, Graduate Student Association (UNR)


A list is also available online


2018 “Distributed Adaptive Beam Nulling to Survive Against Jamming in 3D UAV Mesh Networks”, Elsevier Computer Networks

2017 “Multi-hop Mobile Wireless Mesh Network Testbed Development and Measurements”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering

2016 “Adaptive Beam Nulling in Multihop Ad Hoc Networks Against a Jammer in Motion”, Elsevier Computer Networks


2017 “Distributed split-path routing strategy for multi-hop mesh networks”, IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM)

2017 “Enhancing Performance and Longevity of Multi-radio Multi-channel HetNets through Dynamic Path-assignment”, IEEE International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC)

2016 “Implementation of 3D Obstacle Compliant Mobility Models for UAV networks in ns-3”, Workshop on ns-3 (WNS3)

2015 “Performance of Adaptive Beam Nulling in Multihop Ad-Hoc networks under Jamming”, IEEE International Symposium on Cyberspace Safety and Security (CSS)