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Ruben Cuevas
Rubén Cuevas, Adjunct Professor, University Carlos III of Madrid; Researcher, NETCOM Research Group
21 June 2010
Next Monday Rubén Cuevas shall defend his Ph.D. Thesis entitled: “Dynamic and Location-Aware Server Discovery Using a Fair Distributed Hash Table”. His supervisor is Dr. Carmen Guerrero, Associate Professor, University... +
Andreas Reinhardt
Andreas Reinhardt, Technische Universität Darmstadt.
02 June 2010
Embedded sensor systems are well suited to provide context data, i.e. any information which allows determining the context of entities (e.g. a user's location, an object's environmental parameters, or the number of... +
workshop2010
Members of IMDEA Networks’ Scientific Council and invitees.
31 May 2010 to 01 June 2010
IMDEA Networks is organizing its 2nd Annual International Workshop, this year focusing on Energy Efficiency and Networking on 31st May - 1st June, 2010 in Madrid, Spain. The workshop will include presentations and a... +
Carlos J Bernardos
Dr. Carlos J. Bernardos, University Carlos III of Madrid
26 May 2010
Users' demands for Internet connectivity anytime anywhere are no longer a future requirement, but a reality that operators face today. The current trend in hand-held devices, equipped with multiple access technologies,... +
openhouse2010
19 May 2010
Why should I consider a future in research? What sort of opportunities does a PhD open up for me? What makes research in the science of networks such an exciting career choice? How can we ensure that the Internet can... +
CongDuc Pham
Prof. Dr. CongDuc Pham, University of Pau (Pau, France)
19 May 2010
A sensor is a device capable of monitoring physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, vibration, pressure, motion or pollutants. Sensor networks composed of hundreds, or sometime of thousands of... +
Router
Prof. Dr. Michal Pioro, Institute of Telecommunications, Warsaw University of Technology.
11 May 2010 to 13 May 2010
Despite the broadly title, the seminar will be focused in the notion of max-min fairness (MMF) and its application to routing optimization in communication networks: 1. Basic notions 2. Convex MMF problems 3. Non-convex... +
Albert Banchs
Dr. Albert Banchs, Deputy Director, IMDEA Networks, Associate Professor, University Carlos III of Madrid
05 May 2010
The optimal configuration of the contention parameters of a WLAN depends on the network conditions in terms of number of stations and the traffic they generate. Following this observation, a considerable effort in the... +
Marco Gramaglia
Marco Gramaglia
28 April 2010
Vehicular communications will increase road safety, traffic efficiency and driving comfort, by enabling vehicles to form Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs) and to directly exchange information. Additionally, connecting... +
Mohamed Hefeeda
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hefeeda
27 April 2010 to 30 April 2010
Mohamed Hefeeda is an assistant professor in the School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Canada, where he leads the Network Systems Lab. He holds a Ph.D. from Purdue University, USA, and M.Sc. and B.Sc.... +

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