Shalitha Wijethilaka is currently a PhD student at School of Computer Science of University College Dublin, Ireland. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree (First Class Honours) in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka in 2017. He has industrial experience in IoT and telecommunication networks from 2017 to 2020. His research mainly focuses on improving network slicing security in telecommunication networks. In addition, he is interested in blockchain and federated learning in telecommunication, metaverse realization, and IoT security.
Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging technology that makes people’s lives smart by conquering a plethora of diverse application and service areas. In near
Network Slicing (NS) is a predominant technology in future telecommunication networks, including Fifth Generation (5G), which supports the realization of heterogeneous applications and services. It
Network slicing (NS) is a utilitarian technology that enables heterogeneous smart use cases in Fifth Generation (5G) and beyond networks. Smart hospitals require NS to
Network slicing is a utilitarian technology in future mobile networks that can facilitate heterogeneous network requirements of a plethora of applications over a shared physical
Internet of Things (IoT) is a lucrative technology within the modern community that realizes the concept of the smart world, by expanding within a myriad
The traditional paradigm of connecting mobile devices over the telecommunication networks for voice communication has evolved to a myriad of novel applications with heterogeneous network
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