Nabajeet Barman completed his Bachelor of Technology degree in Electronics Engineering at National Institute of Technology, Surat, India with a focus on Wireless Networks. His bachelor thesis focussed on JPEG image compression and transmission over wireless networks. He then completed MSc. in Information Technology with specialization in Communication Engineering and Media Technology at University of Stuttgart, Germany. As part of the master studies, he worked in Bell Labs, Stuttgart (Germany) on the improvement of QoE for video streaming over wireless networks based on context-aware resource allocation. As part of this work he worked on anticipative wireless video buffering algorithms development and implementation on testbed and conducting field tests with various academic and industrial partners. His master thesis focussed on wireless link quality prediction with a special focus on vehicular users. Nabajeet has now joined as a research associate the Wireless Multimedia and Networking Research Group (WMN) in the School of Computer Science and Mathematics at Kingston University where he is working on QoE-aware video coding strategies with special focus on HTTP streaming.