IRACON COST: Behnam Rouzbehani, Kenan Turbic and Mojgan Barahman will present their papers at 7th MC meeting and 7th technical meeting, Cartagena, Spain, 31 May-1 Jun. 2018

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IRACON COST: Behnam Rouzbehani, Kenan Turbic and Mojgan Barahman will present their papers at 7th MC meeting and 7th technical meeting, Cartagena, Spain, 31 May-1 Jun. 2018

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7th MC meeting and 7th technical meeting, Cartagena, Spain, 31 May-1 Jun. 2018

Talk by Prof. Pawel Kulakowski, on “Nanoscale Communications”, 2018-05-07

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Talk by Prof. Pawel Kulakowski, on “Nanoscale Communications”, 2018-05-07

Talk by Prof. Jan Jerabek, on “Basic Measurements in IP-Based Networks”, 2018-04-09

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Talk by Prof. Jan Jerabek, on “Basic Measurements in IP-Based Networks”, 2018-04-09

EuCNC 2018 – Welcome to Ljubljana, Slovenia | June 18-21

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More Information about the conference here

 

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IRACON: Behnam Rouzbehani, Kenan Turbic and Mojgan Barahman presented their papers at 6th MC Meeting and 6th Technical Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus, 29-31 Jan. 2018

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Behnam Rouzbehani at WCNC 2018

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Behnam Rouzbehani had his paper “Radio Resource and Service Orchestration for Virtualised Multi-Tenant Mobile Het-Nets” accepted to WCNC 2018 – 16th IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, Barcelona, Spain, Apr. 2018.

 

 

Hugo Silva at ICIN 2018

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Hugo Silva had his paper “Design of C-RAN Fronthaul for Existing LTE Networks” accepted to ICIN 2018 – 21st Conference on Innovation in Clouds, Internet and Networks, Paris, France, Feb. 2018.

Talk by Yuliya Gaidamaka

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Talk by Yuliya Gaidamaka, on “Mathematical Modelling Issues in Future Multiservice Networks“, 2018-01-23

GROW News Oct-Dec/2015

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Vol. 10, No. 7, Oct-Dec 2015

 

In this issue:

1. Under the spotlight

2. People

3. Publications

4. Conferences, Meetings & Seminars

5. Projects

 

1. Under the spotlight

Bringing your attention to a matter in this issue of the Newsletter

 

GROW (A Group for Research on Wireless) has been established more than 20 years ago, with the purpose of giving a framework to people to work on R&D in the area of mobile and wireless communications, not only for developing their theses (either M.Sc. or Ph.D.) as students, but also to pursue a career as researchers working in projects. During this period, more than 160 students developed their theses within GROW, and more than 40 projects (funded by either the European Commission or Portuguese companies) were executed, providing an average funding of nearly 400 k€/year, and enabling to have for more than a decade a permanent team of at least 7 people fully supported by these projects (besides other collaborators), resulting in more than 400 publications. These have been great times, but times change.

“Time changes, and our desires change. What we

believe — even what we are — is ever

changing. The world is change, which forever

takes on new qualities. And constantly,

we see the new and the novel overturning

the past, unexpectedly, while we retain

from evil, nothing but its terrible pain,

from good (if there’s been any), only the yearning.

Time covers the ground with her cloak of green

where, once, there was freezing snow—and rearranges

my sweetest songs to sad laments. Yet even more

astonishing is yet another unseen

change within all these endless changes:

that for me, nothing ever changes anymore.”

Luis de Camões (Portuguese poet, 1524/1580).

In the last couple of years, it was not possible to succeed in getting projects to sustain the activity of the permanent R&D team. The projects running in the past years have finished in October and November, hence, this team has also finished its activity by the end of this December, and they will be progressing their professional careers elsewhere. I’m talking about Lúcio Ferreira, Carla Oliveira, Daniel Sebastião, and Mónica Antunes. Life as we knew it in GROW will never be the same, but life goes one.

“Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up.

It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion,

or it will be eaten.

Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up.

It knows it must run faster than the slowest gazelle,

or it will starve to death.

 It doesn’t matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle;

when the sun comes up, you’d better be running.”

African tale.

GROW keeps its activity with the colleagues and the supporting staff, as well as the Ph.D. and M.Sc. Students, that are still developing their work in it.

Let’s keep in touch.

Luis M. Correia

Picture7 (Monsaraz, July 2009)

 

2. People

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

 

All the best to Lúcio Ferreira, Carla Oliveira, Daniel Sebastião, and Mónica Antunes. That the years ahead bring them and their families many good opportunities in life.

João Pires, Ricardo Gameiro and Carlos Martins graduated with the M.Sc. in November. Congratulations to them, and wishes of success in their professional career.

 

3. Publications

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

 

Frederik Freudenstein, Luis, M. Correia, Carla Oliveira, Daniel Sebastião, and Peter M. Wiedemann, “Exposure knowledge and perception of wireless communications technologies”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Vol. 12, No. 11, Nov. 2015, pp. 14177-14191.

Luis M. Correia, “A Perspective on Virtual Radio Access Networks”, Proc. of Internal Seminars of the Technical University of Brno, Brno, Czech Republic, Oct. 2015.

Slawomir Ambroziak , Kenan Turbic, Carla Oliveira, Luis M. Correia and Ryszard Katulski, “Fading Modelling in Dynamic Off-Body Channels”, accepted to EuCAP’2016 — 10th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, Davos, Switzerland, Apr. 2016.

Manuel Ferreira, Carla Oliveira, Filipe Cardoso, Luís M. Correia, “SAR Assessment of Google Glasses at Cellular and Wi-Fi Frequency Bands”, accepted to EuCAP’2016 — 10th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, Davos, Switzerland, Apr. 2016.

 

4. Conferences, Meetings & Seminars

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

2015-10-06

Luis M. Correia

LEXNET Workshop, Brussels, Belgium

 

2015-10-09

Luis M. Correia, “A Perspective on Virtual Radio Access Networks”,

Internal Seminars of the Technical University of Brno, Brno, Czech Republic

 

2015-10-15

Luis M. Correia

NEWCOM# Workshop, Barcelona, Spain

 

2015-10-20

Luis M. Correia

ICT’2015, Lisbon, Portugal

 

2015-10-28/29

Luis M. Correia

IEEE CSCN, Tokyo, Japan

 

2015-11-10

Luis M. Correia

FESTIVAL project review, Tokyo, Japan

 

2015-11-19

Luis M. Correia

IoT Lab project review, Brussels, Belgium

 

2015-11-23

Carlos Martins, “Analysis of data services performance in UMTS networks using data analytics”

João Pires, “LTE Fixed to Mobile Subscribers QoE evaluation”

Ricardo Gameiro, Performance comparison of voice communications between VoLTE and UMTS/GSM”

GROWing Meeting

 

2015-12-03

Daniel Sebastião, Luis M. Correia

EuConNeCts projet review, Brussels, Belgium

 

2015-12-06/09

Luis M. Correia

IEEE Globecom, San Diego, CA, USA

 

5. Projects

News about the several projects in which GROW is involved.

All R&D projects are finished.