Oana Teodora IOVA, Ph.D.

I am an Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) with the Telecommunications department at INSA Lyon, and a member of the research team INRIA Agora of the CITI laboratory.

Previously, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the D3S research group at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI) from University of Trento, Italy.

I received my PhD diploma from University of Strasbourg, where I worked under the supervision of Thomas NOEL and Fabrice THEOLEYRE.

I am mostly interested in routing and MAC protocols, low-power long-range technologies, testbeds and experiments for the future Internet of Things.


  • September 2017 I moved to Lyon, France, where I work as an Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) at INSA Lyon, and in the INRIA Agora research team.

  • Check out the new ACM Sensys FAILSAFE Workshop

  • December 2016, the paper LoRa from the City to the Mountains: Exploration of Hardware and Environmental Factors has been accepted at the EWSN MadCom Workshop.

  • October 2016, I am part of the TPC for AlgoTel 2017 (Les 19ème Rencontres Francophones sur les Aspects Algorithmiques des Télécommunications).

  • September 2016, the paper RPL, the Routing Standard for the Internet of Things ... Or Is It? has been accepted for publication at IEEE Communications Magazine.

  • February 2016, I have the pleasure to serve on the board of N2Women for the next two years as Awards co-chair.

  • July 2015, the paper D-RPL: Overcoming Memory Limitations in RPL Point-To-Multipoint Routing has been accepted at IEEE LCN.

  • May 2015, the paper The Love-Hate Relationship between IEEE802.15.4 and RPL has been accepted for publication at IEEE Communications Magazine.

  • Dec.2014 I moved to Trento, Italy, where I work as a post doc in
    prof. Picco's team.

  • Dec.2014 I defended my PhD thesis. You may find my manuscript here.

Oana Iova


Antenne Inria la Doua
Batiment CEI 2
56 boulevard Niels Bohr
69100 Villeurbanne, France

oana.iova AT inria TOD fr