Prof. Luiz DaSilva has a position available for a post‐doctoral researcher in small cells and future wireless networks. For more details see the job advertisement
We are delighted to announce that the Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources,
Pat Rabbitte, TD, will be joining us to open the event at the Lighthouse Cinema Smithfield.
The agenda is as follows:
|8:30am – 9:30am||Registration and Breakfast||Lobby|
|9:30am – 10:30am||Formal Presentations
|10:30am – 12:30pm||Opportunity to Explore the CTVR ExhibitsNetworking and Tea & Coffee||All three floors of the cinema|
|12:30||Prizes for best Exhibits||Lower Floor|
There will be over 50 Exhibits spanning the CTVR research topics. The titles of the exhibits are:
- Integrated photonic chips for high speed Internet communications
- Long Reach Passive Optical Networks: An Energy- and Cost-Efficient Architecture for Future Broadband Connectivity
- Data Transmission using optical comb source in radio over fibre scenario
- Long Reach PONs Rural Urban ultra-high speed broadband coverage of Ireland (network planning) Interaction between LR-PON and Upper-layer Protocols
- Clock recovery of super channels
- Network Dimensioning / Cooperative Code-sharing for UMTS Femtocells
- Augmenting Performance of LTE Handover on LR-PON Backhauls, Through The Use Of Caching
- Optical and Wireless Integrated Architectures: a paradigm shift
- Patterns in spectrum activity and modern art
- How small can a cell be?
- Cellular Traffic Dynamics
- Multiuser-MIMO Load Balancing Optimisation
- Virtual Network Embedding: bridging the wired and wireless networks
- Ephemeral Virtual Wireless Network
- Network Resource Sharing
- Digital Pre-distortion for RF Power Amplifiers
- Uplink Signal Detection for OFDMA-based Systems
- Multiple Access Interference Reduction using cancellation carriers
- Enabling Systematic Approach to Spectrum Sharing using an Enhanced Form of Carrier Aggregation Adaptive Compression Techniques for Cloud Gaming
- Filterless Blocker Cancellation for RF Receivers
- FP7 FORGE project: Forging Online Education through FIRE
- Spectrum Wars
- Receiver-driven handover between independent networks
- Antennas for Emerging Terminal Systems
- Converging paths toward capacity and coverage increases in future cellular networks
- Fast, wideband detection technique for network discovery and control channel setup
- Opportunistic Sensor Data Collection Through Smartphones
- Network repair for disaster response
- Improved understanding of wireless communication via simulation
- Explaining Wireless Networking and Optimisation Research
- Techniques for Efficient Delivery of Scalable Video
- How Cool are you?
- Ambient intelligence Using Machine Communications and Whitespace Spectrum
- Impressions of Cellular Networks
- Open BTS: the mobile commons
- What CTVR does for its researchers
- Modelling Telecommunications problems using Numberjack
- Combinatory approaches to optimisation
- Postcards from the Near Future
- Engineering Fictions
- Horizon 2020
- FP7 DISCUS
- CTVR SpinoutsOverview of FAME by TSSG/WIT
All are welcome, just register at http://www.eventbrite.ie/org/4199746871.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The CTVR Communications Showcase
- Location: Light House Cinema in Smithfield, Dublin.
- Date: 12th Sept 2013
- Time: 8:30am
It will be a short, half-day event (8:30 to 13:00) focused on the very vibrant telecoms and communications sector in Ireland and exhibiting a range of the CTVR outputs.
We will have over 50 CTVR exhibits at the event. For those of you who are interested in the bigger picture it will be an opportunity to get an overview both of the key trends & challenges in the communications sector as well as the solutions being delivered in Ireland; solutions for Ireland and solutions with international scope.
For those of you more interested in the technical details, we will have exhibits that range from the physical layer to the network layer to applications and services. You will have the chance to see the latest advances in antenna design, thermal solutions for telecoms, new components and systems from the photonics and the RF worlds and cognitive radio technologies. On the network side we will be showcasing optical network solutions for Ireland as well as future wireless networking concepts and spectrum access mechanisms. On the services and applications front we will showcase some of our work on smart environments and on white space applications.
A detailed agenda will appear nearer the date.
The hard, dirty work of renovating space to house the CTVR testbed is finally underway. Since moving in to the listed Dunlop Oriel House, the wireless testbed along with the students and researchers that use it have been operating in a cramped, dark, hot corner of the building. The builders are here and the Soviet-era panelling that had divided the room into 4.5 offices, a corridor and a lab is being removed this week.
CTVR is motivated by the ethos ‘theorise, simulate and build’. The upgraded testbed will provide a state-of-the-art experimental setting in which to test theories and concepts and move CTVR’s results beyond simulation and evaluation. The facility will be available to CTVR partners and affiliates – both academic and industrial.
Microfluidic is a multidisciplinary field with practical applications to the design of systems, called Lab-on-a-Chip (LoC), where tiny volumes of fluids are circulated through channels with millimeter size and driven into structures where precise chemical/physical processes take place. One subcategory of microfluidic is droplet-based microfluidic, which disperse discrete volumes of fluids into a continuous stream of another immiscible fluid, which act as droplet carrier. Droplets can then be moved, merged, split, or processed in many other ways by suitably managing the hydrodynamic parameters of the LoC…….
- Location: Seminar Room CTVR Trinity College Dublin, Dunlop Oriel House, Fenian Street, Dublin
- Date: 8th June 2013
- Time: 15:30pm
About Andrea Zanella:
Andrea Zanella is Assistant Professor at the Department of Information Engineering (DEI), University of Padova (ITALY), where he got the PhD degree in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering in 2001. Prior of that, he was a visiting scholar at the Department of Computer Science of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where he worked with Prof. Mario Gerla on Wireless Networks and Wireless Access to Internet.
Andrea Zanella is one of the coordinators of the SIGnals and NETworking (SIGNET) research lab. His long-established research activities are in the field of protocol design and performance evaluation of wired and wireless networks. More recently, his interest has been attracted by the molecular and nano communication networks, with specific reference to microfluidic systems.
The summer sees two students from Turku in Finland spending time at CTVR working on a PMSE database for the White Spaces Initiative. Their supervisor Jarko Paavola will give a talk on the PMSE database developed in Finland and the white spaces trials there.
- Location: CTVR Trinity College Dublin, Dunlop Oriel House, Fenian Street, Dublin
- Date: 24th May 2013
- Time: 12:00pm