Felix Cuadrado

Felix Cuadrado

Senior Research Fellow (Beatriz Galindo scheme)

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)


I am a Beatriz Galindo Senior Research Fellow in the School of Telecommunications Engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), as well as a Visiting Reader at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute. Before joining UPM, I was Senior lecturer at QMUL where I coordinated their MSc in Big Data Processing.

I am interested in understanding complex distributed systems (mostly Internet applications), and engineering them to work better. e.g. Cloud applications, with elastic (dynamic) changes, that are interconnected over a network. I am also looking at (Big) large-scale distributed systems that process massive amounts of Data. In this webpage you will find references to my current research projects, and teaching activities.


  • Big Data Processing
  • Dynamic Graphs
  • Internet-Scale Applications


  • PhD in Telematics Engineering, 2009

    Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM)

  • MEng in Telecommunications Engineering, 2005

    Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM)



ATI: Raphtory (2019-2021)

This project from the Alan Turing Institute will develop a set of interdisciplinary use cases that apply dynamic graph modeling and analysis to problems from different Turing domains (transport, financial systems and social media analysis).

Internal Project

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Recent Publications

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An empirical study of the cost of DNS-over-HTTPS

Research challenges in nextgen service orchestration