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GROW News Dec/2010

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Vol. 5, No. 11, Dec. 2010

In this issue:
1. People
2. Publications
3. Conferences, Meetings & Seminars
4. Projects


1. People

Information about incoming and outgoing people, besides other related news.

GROW has one more member: Tiago Gonçalves will be doing his M.Sc. thesis in the area of energy efficiency in cellular networks.


2. Publications

Information about publications, at both national and international levels, concerning papers submitted, accepted, or published in the period.

António Serrador and Luis M. Correia, “An Analytical Model to Evaluate JRRM QoS Parameters”, submitted to Wireless Personal Communications.


3. Conferences, Meetings and Seminars

List of Conferences, Meetings, Seminars, and other events held and attended during this period, and to be held the following month.

Luis M. Correia
eMobility Steering Board, Brussels, Belgium

Daniel Sebastião, Diana Ladeira
EuroSkills “O Campeonato Europeu das Profissões”, Lisboa, Portugal

Luis M. Correia
eMobility Workshop on Smart Cities, Stuttgart, Germany


4. Projects

News about the several projects in which GROW is involved.

COST2100 –
Luis M. Correia is editing the Newsletter of the last meeting.

António Serrador has updated the contribution to Deliverable D3.1 “Most promising tracks of green network technologies”, according to internal reviewers, and the final version was issued. Similarly, concerning Filipe Cardoso and Deliverable D4.1 “Most promising tracks of green radio technologies”.

eMobility –
Work on a Smart Cities white paper is ongoing.

The final Deliverable DR1.3 “Final report on the activities and results of WPR.1” is now available on the N++ server for review.

monIT –
The new website from the Project is already online. It has a new look and new functionalities. Come explore it! Also, information actions continued to be one of the major action points for the Project. In December two more actions were done in a University (Universidade da Beira Interior) and on a school (Escola Secundária de Sesimbra). A total of 72 teams (from former 98) are still competing for Prémio monIT after evaluation of the first progress report!

Lúcio Ferreira and Luisa Caeiro worked on the definition of a use-case entitled “Creating and Sustaining the Connectivity in Wireless Challenged Networks” within WP-C “Open Connectivity”. Daniel Sebastião and João Gonçalves have been working on Deliverable D.A.1 “Description of project wide scenarios and use cases” and on a State of the Art document focusing on business modelling.