Mischa Dohler is full Professor in Wireless Communications at King’s College London, driving cross-disciplinary research and innovation in technology, sciences and arts. He is the Director of the Centre for Telecommunications Research, co-founder of the pioneering smart city company Worldsensing, Fellow of the IEEE, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), and a Distinguished Member of Harvard Square Leaders Excellence.
He is a frequent keynote, panel and tutorial speaker, and has received numerous awards. He has pioneered several research fields, contributed to numerous wireless broadband, IoT/M2M and cyber security standards, holds a dozen patents, organized and chaired numerous conferences, was the Editor-in-Chief of two journals, has more than 200 highly-cited publications, and authored several books.
He acts as policy, technology and entrepreneurship adviser, examples being Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room, former Minister David Willetts’ 8 Great Technology Fund, UK Regulator Ofcom, UK Ministries, No 10, EPSRC ICT Strategy Advisory Team, European Commission, Tech London Advocate, ISO Smart City working group, and various start-ups.
He is also an entrepreneur; composer & pianist with 5 albums on iTunes and an artist-verified Spotify account; as well as fluent in 6 languages. He has talked twice at TEDx. He had coverage by national and international TV & radio, and his contributions have featured on the BBC, the Wall Street Journal and many others.
The best way to contact me is as follows:
- Press & really urgent matters: +44 7873 252 444 (mobile; preferably SMS/WhatsApp as I am often abroad) or +44 207 848 1259 (office).
- Worldsensing & entrepreneurship matters: firstname.lastname@example.org
- King’s & academic matters: email@example.com
- All other matters: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office Visit: please contact by email as I am often traveling
- Also connect via Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Skype & Facebook
- College Website: King’s College London
Prof Mischa Dohler
Centre for Telecommunications Research
Department of Informatics
Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences
King’s College London, UK