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Iljitsch van Beijnum
Iljitsch van Beijnum
04 November 2009
The way the Internet works today is that routing protocols select a single path through the network, and transport protocols like TCP then adapt to the properties of that path. So the situation where there are unused... +
Isaias Martinez Yelmo
Isaías Martínez-Yelmo, UC3M
28 October 2009
This talk gives an overview on how different overlay networks can share information among them and some recent results based on an implementation tested on an emulation environment are given.
Michele Zorzi
Dr. Michele Zorzi - University of Padova (Italy)
14 October 2009
Interest in underwater acoustic networking research has grown rapidly in the past few years. Fundamental differences between underwater acoustic propagation and terrestrial radio propagation call for new criteria for... +
Kalman Graffi
Dr. Kalman Graffi - Technische Universität Darmstadt
29 September 2009
The peer-to-peer paradigm shows the potential to provide the same functionality like client/server based systems, but with much lower costs. One substantial limitation of p2p systems are missing guarantees on the... +
Jean Pierre Hubaux
Dr. Jean-Pierre Hubaux
21 September 2009
According to most technology pundits, progress in wireless and sensor networks will lead us into a world of ubiquitous computing, in which myriads of tiny, untethered sensors and actuators will communicate with each... +
Abbas Jamalipour
Dr. Abbas Jamalipour; Fellow IEEE; Fellow IEAust; Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Communications Society
19 June 2009
Mobile communications networks have been evolved through multiple technologies over a period of several decades, to a stage that they become very complicated in the context of resource control and management. The... +
Quantum Computing and Networking 2009
Members of IMDEA Networks’ Scientific Council and invitees.
17 June 2009 to 18 June 2009
Atomic and subatomic particles behave differently from macroscopic matter, and there are ways to create novel technologies that utilize this notion to our advantage. Quantum cryptography is just such an example, as it... +
Prasant Mohapatra
Dr. Prasant Mohapatra, Tim Bucher Family Endowed Chair Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California...
08 June 2009
Wireless mesh networks are becoming popular alternatives to wireless LANs and for cost-effective use in varied application environments. There are several technical challenges that must be addressed for mesh networking... +
Domenico Giustiniano
Dr. Domenico Giustiniano, Junior Researcher, Telefonica Research (Barcelona)
25 May 2009
"ADSL is becoming the standard form of residential and small-business broadband access to the Internet due, primarily, to its low deployment cost. These ADSL residential lines are often deployed with Access Points (AP)... +
Fernando Boavida
Dr. Fernando Boavida, FCTUC – University of Coimbra (Portugal), Visiting Professor at University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain)
25 May 2009
Mobility is, without doubt, one of the major new paradigms of the current Internet, and this is driving most of the research activity in networking throughout the World. We are gradually evolving from a network where... +