CONNECT has a strong representation at IEEE Globecom in Singapore this week.
Professor Luiz DaSilva, Chair of Telecommunications at Trinity College Dublin, is attending the conference. Luiz is an IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer (2015-2018) and an IEEE Fellow. On Tuesday, 5 December, he addressed an industry breakfast meeting hosted by the IDA Ireland at the Irish Embassy to Singapore.
Several CONNECT researchers are presenting papers at the conference, including:
Ramy Amer (Delay Analysis for Wireless D2D Caching with Inter-cluster Cooperation)
Boris Galkin (Wireless access points on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for mobile service provisioning in commercial networks)
Jernej Hribar (Updating strategies in the Internet of Things by taking advantage of correlated sources)
Parna Sabeti (Low-complexity CFO Compensation for OFDM-based Massive MIMO Systems)
Dr Ahmed Selim (Spectrum Monitoring for Radar Bands using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks)
Dr Brendan Jennings (CONNECT Principal Investigator) from TSSG/WIT
Vaibhav Kumar (PhD Researcher) from UCD with Dr Mark Flanagan (CONNECT Funded Investigator) (Transmit Antenna Selection for Physical-Layer Network Coding based on Euclidean Distance). Dr Barry Cardiff is also involved in this research.
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