Technical Program SSIE 2008

NEWCOM++ Summer School in Wireless Sensor Networks Program Monday 30th June - Morning Session 9AM-12:30PM 1a 'Introduction/WSNs/applications' (1h30min) – R. Verdone, CNIT COFFEE BREAK 1b 'Industrial Efforts/Standardization' (1h30min) – M. Dohler, CTTC slides of the presentations done by M. Dohler are not available Monday 30th June - Afternoon Session, 2PM-5.30PM2a 'Hardware & Experimentations' (1h30min) – M. Dohler COFFEE BREAK 2b 'Channel Modelling for WSNs' (1h30min) – C.

SSIE 2008 - PHD Stud

SSIE 2008 - Faculty

Technical Program SSIE 2007

Monday July 2, 2007 9:00-12:30, Tutorial Session Leonardo Badia, Institutions Markets Technologies (IMT) - Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies: Joint Routing and Scheduling in Wireless Mesh Networks Abstract:Wireless Mesh Networks are multi-hop networks which provide wireless connectivity between clients and the Internet through dedicated router platforms. The clients can be mobile, but the routers are usually stationary.

SSIE 2007 -

Technical Program SSIE 2006

Monday June 26, 2006 9:00-12:30, Tutorial Session Prof. Giorgio Franceschetti, University Federico II of Napoli, Italy and UCLA, USA, 'An overall vision of electromagnetic propagation in built-up areas' Abstract: Propagation in the urban environment is in principle a well-posed problem: the electromagnetic field radiated by prescribed sources must fulfil Maxwell equations in the open space and boundary conditions over the built-up buildings walls.

SSIE 2006 -

Technical Program SSIE 2005

Monday June 27, 2005 9:00-12:30, Tutorial Session Prof. Witold Krzymien, University of Alberta, Canada: 'Techniques for high throughput wireless packet data access'Abstract: In delay-tolerant wireless packet-data applications, throughput can be maximized by exploiting multiuser diversity through scheduling of packet transmissions only to a user (or users) experiencing the (absolutely or relatively) best propagation conditions.

SSIE Sun 05.ppt

SSIE Schlegel05.pdf


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