Networks and Communications

Available Speakers on this Topic

Syed Hassan Ahmed – Irvine, CA, United States

Enrique Alba – Malaga, Spain

Ali Kashif Bashir – Manchester, United Kingdom

  • Internet Evolution
    In this lecture, I will share some insight into the characteristics of the 5G and how the future internet will look like. We will also talk about the role of the Internet of Things (IoT),...
  • Role of Network Virtualization in the Future Internet
    Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G are interrelated terminologies. Applications of IoT and cloud are producing big data that is being stored at data centers. In this talk, I will explain a...

Tassos Dimitriou – Athens, Greece

Chuck Easttom – Plano, TX, United States

  • S-Box Design
    Symmetric ciphers are widely used to provide secure communications and data storage.  The ubiquitous nature of the symmetric cipher, indicates that its underlying structure is worth...

Waleed Ejaz – Kamloops, BC, Canada

Mohamed Elhoseny – Mansoura, Egypt

Gururaj H L – Mysuru, India

  • Computer Network Simulators and Emulators
    In regard to network testing, the terms emulation and simulation are often used interchangeably. In most cases, either term will generally get the point across, but there’s a big...
  • QoS aware Congestion Control in Real Time Networks
    Tactical networks are heterogeneous network which facilitates information sharing and data exchange among military tactical force units. The tactical communication depends on factors such as...

Qi Han – Golden, CO, United States

Faraz Hasan – Palmerston North, New Zealand

  • Device to Device Discovery for High-Frequency 5G Networks
    5G will be deployed in the 3.5GHz band across the world in the first instance. The future deployments in high-frequency bands (28GHz, 38GHz, etc.) will unleash the true potential of 5G...
  • Recent Developments in Device-free Passive Technology
    The art of positioning a user without needing them to carry a device has matured over the years. The so-called ‘device-free’ techniques that were originally introduced for...
  • What 5G is and what it isn?t
    This talk introduces the Fifth Generation (5G) of mobile phone technology and addresses a number of relevant technical and non-technical issues. This talk starts with formally defining 5G...

Rasheed Hussain – Innopolis, Russian Federation

Dharm Singh Jat – Windhoek, AR, Namibia

Anura Jayasumana – Fort Collins, CO, United States

Salil Kanhere – Sydney, NSW, Australia

Burak Kantarci – Ottawa, ON, Canada

Perry Victor Lea – Boise, ID, United States

  • 5G Communication for IoT
    5G communication is being developed, marketed, and planned on by anyone involved in communication.  The plans are big: Gigabit speeds, 1 million nodes by square kilometer, maintain...
  • In Memory Intelligence  The Legacy of von-Neumann
    This lecture will talk about cutting edge design that’s been in the works for 40 years.  We will dive in deep on in-memory computing not using typical tricks like caches, HBM and...

Chenyang Lu – Clayton, MO, United States

  • Real-Time Cloud Computing
    Recent years have witnessed increasing demand for real-time cloud services to support Internet of Things and other time-critical applications.  However, existing virtualization and cloud...

Sanjay Kumar Madria – Rolla, MO, United States

Varun G Menon – Kochi, Kerala, India

Shahid Mumtaz – AVEIRO, Portugal

Luca Muscariello – Paris, France

Anand Nayyar – Da Nang, Viet Nam

Zeeshan Pervez – Paisley, United Kingdom

  • What it takes to secure programmable networks
    In this lecture, I will present research and technical challenges of securing programmable networks i.e., software-defined networks. Dividing a network into control, data, and application plans...

Junaid Qadir – Lahore, Pakistan

Abhishek Roy – San Francisco, United States

  • 3GPP Machine Type Communications (MTC)  An Overview
    The Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has been working on developing specifications on Machine Type Communications (MTC), also known as Machine to Machine Communications (M2M). This is...
  • D2D Communications: Technology and Prospect
    Next generation 5G networks contemplate to exploit millimeter Wave (mmWave) for a massive increase in data rates but its inherent characteristic of line-of-sight (LoS) brings up the challenge of...
  • DISASTER DETECTION AND RECOVERY
    In this lecture, we will talk about the challenges of autonomous cell outage detection (COD) in Self-Organizing Networks (SON). COD is a pre-requisite to trigger fully automated self-healing...
  • Greening of Mobile Networks  Myths and Opportunities
    Next generation 5G wireless networks envision innovative radio technologies for ultra dense deployment with improved coverage and higher data rates. However, the deployment of ultra dense 5G...
  • Mobile Wi-MAX for Broadband Wireless Internet
    Mobile WiMAX is a fast growing broadband access technology that enables low-cost mobile Internet applications, and realizes the convergence of mobile and fixed broadband access in a single air...
  • Modulation and Coding
    In a digital communication system, the source to be transmitted is discrete both in time and amplitude. Digital information carrying signals must be first converted to an analog waveform prior to...
  • Next Generation 5G Wireless Networks
    The vision of next generation 5G wireless communications lies in providing very high data rates (typically of Gbps order), extremely low latency, manifold increase in base station capacity, and...
  • Opportunities and Challenges in Machine-to-Machine Communications
    Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications have emerged as a cutting edge technology for next-generation communications, and are undergoing rapid development and inspiring numerous applications....
  • Regulatory Issues in M2M Communications
    Machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions are rolling out worldwide and across all industries - possibly being a key enabler of applications and services covering a broad range of vertical markets (e.g.,...
  • Resource Allocation in Cellular Network and HetNets
    Heterogeneous wireless networks with small-cell deployments in licensed and unlicensed spectrum bands are a promising approach for expanding wireless connectivity and service. As a result,...
  • Traffic-Driven Power Saving in Operational 3G Cellular Networks
    Base stations (BSes) in the 3G cellular networks are not energy proportional with respect to their carried traffic load. Our mea- surements show that 3G traffic exhibits high fluctuations both in...
  • Tutorial on OMNeT++ (Part-1)
    OMNeT++ (Objective Modular Network Testbed in C++) is a modular, component-based C++ simulation library and framework, primarily for building network simulators. OMNeT++ can be used for free for...
  • Tutorial on OMNeT++ (Part-2)
    OMNeT++ (Objective Modular Network Testbed in C++) is a modular, component-based C++ simulation library and framework, primarily for building network simulators. OMNeT++ can be used for...

Biplab Sikdar – Singapore, Singapore

  • Internet of Things: Technologies and Challenges
    The living, work, and industrial environment of the future will comprise of environments formed by extremely large numbers of devices that are producers and consumers of information, and whose...

Madhusudan Singh – Daejeon, Republic of Korea

Pradeep Kumar TS – Chennai, India

Sundar Vedantham – Allentown, PA, United States

Bebo White – San Francisco, CA, United States