László Bokor graduated in 2004 with M.Sc. degree in computer engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) at the Department of Telecommunicatons. In 2006 he got an M.Sc.+ degree in bank informatics from the same university’s Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences. After years of research work in multiple EU funded and national R&D projects he received his Ph.D. degree from the BME Doctoral School of Informatics. Currently he is with the Department of Networked Systems and Services as assistant professor and leads the Commsignia – BME HIT Automotive Communications Research Group. He is a member of the IEEE and HTE, member of the Hungarian Standards Institution’s Technical Committee for Intelligent Transport Systems (MSZT/MB 911), and the BME’s Multimedia Networks and Services Laboratory (MEDIANETS) where he participates in researches of wireless communications and works on projects related to advanced mobile technologies. His research interests include IPv6 mobility, SDN/NFV-based mobile networks, mobile broadband architectures, network performance analyzing, network simulation, heterogeneous future mobile networks, mobile healthcare infrastructures and V2X communication in cooperative intelligent transportation systems. He received the ÚNKP-16-4-I. Postdoctoral Fellowship (2016) from the New National Excellence Program of the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary.