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Big Internet Data
Dr. Walter Willinger, Chief Scientist at NIKSUN Inc., Princeton, New Jersey, USA
1 June 2016 - 11:00am
With peta-bytes of data that are continuously collected about various aspects of the Internet, how hard can it be to obtain an accurate picture of its traffic, its physical topology (i.e., router-level Internet), its... +
Qing Wang
Qing Wang, PhD Student, IMDEA Networks Institute and University Carlos III of Madrid
19 May 2016 - 11:30am
Radio-frequency based wireless communications have revolutionized our society. Thanks to important wireless communication technologies such as Wi-Fi, LTE, and so on, people can enjoy high data rate and pervasive... +
Juan Camilo Cardona
Juan Camilo Cardona, PhD Student, IMDEA Networks Institute, University Carlos III of Madrid & Cisco Systems
6 May 2016 - 11:00am
The operators of the Autonomous Systems (ASes) composing the Internet must deal with a constant traffic growth, while striving to reduce the overall cost-per-bit and keep an acceptable quality of service.
Seminar
Nils Olaya Fonstad, Research Scientist, Europe and LATAM, MIT Center for Information Systems Research (MIT CISR)
4 May 2016 - 1:00pm
To compete in sectors where the customer experience is increasingly digitized, companies are scrambling to expand their portfolio of innovations – from new products and enhanced processes to complementary services and... +
Seminar
Prof. Dr. Michel Raynal, Professor of Informatics, University of Rennes, France
19 April 2016 - 1:00pm
The talk will present concepts and basics of distributed computing which are important (at least from the presenter's point of view!), and should be known and mastered by researchers, and Master students.
Seminar
Mikko Kotila, Internet Researcher, Technology Innovator and Principal at botlab.io
11 April 2016 - 1:00pm
By 2025 ad fraud will be the second largest form of organized crime, resulting in losses of up to $1 trillion in damages to the society, creating an unprecedented burden to national economies and tax payers.
José Pablo Salvador, PhD Student, IMDEA Networks Institute & University Carlos III of Madrid
8 April 2016 - 12:00am
While the IEEE 802.11 protocol has fostered ubiquitous connectivity for wireless users, it was not originally designed to efficiently handle voice or video traffic, which nowadays accounts for most of the Internet... +
Seminar
Prof. Dr. Fernando Boavida, Full Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra, Portugal
6 April 2016 - 1:00pm
Targeting an increasing number of potential application domains, wireless sensor networks (WSN) have been the subject of intense research, in an attempt to optimize their performance while guaranteeing reliability in... +
Seminar
Andrés García Saavedra, Research Scientist at NEC Laboratories Europe, Heidelberg, Germany
31 March 2016 - 1:00pm
Multipath transport protocols like MPTCP transfer data across multiple routes in parallel and deliver it in order at the receiver. When the delay on one or more of the paths is variable, as is commonly the case, out of... +
Thesis defense
Sim Gek Hong, PhD Student, IMDEA Networks Institute & University Carlos III of Madrid
30 March 2016 - 3:00pm
The rapid growth of wireless mobile devices has led to saturation and congestion of wireless channels – a well-known fact. In the recent years, this issue is further exacerbated by the ever- increasing demand for... +

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