CTVR Communications Showcase 2013

The CTVR Showcase is fast approaching.Ros Kavanagh Pics of Light House named 103

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

  • Opening Remarks – Linda Doyle
  • Minister’s Address and Q&A – Minister Pat Rabbitte, TD
  • Panel Discussion: Guests include Prof. Mark Ferguson, Director General SFI and Dr. Patrick Prendergast, Provost TCD, Gearoid Mooney, Director of ICT Commercialisation, EI
  • Showcase Overview – Linda Doyle
Cinema 1
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.

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