1st IEEE WCNC Workshop on Enabling URLLC for 5G and Beyond (EURCOMM) – Deadline Extended until 30 January
New PhD opening in the School of Computer Science and Statistics (SCSS), Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the SFI CONNECT research centre
- Strong motivation to tackle challenging research problems
- B.Sc., M.Sc. or equivalent in Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering or a related field
- Strong interest in applied mathematics; prior research experience is a plus.
- Excellent academic results (first-class honors or equivalent)
- Very good level of spoken and written English
Merim Dzaferagic and I gave a tutorial titled ‘5G and IoT Networks Meet Systems Science’, co-authored also by Irene Macaluso and Majid Butt, at IWCMC 2018 conference in Limassol, Cyprus.
The tutorial went very well and especially Merim did super and he had a lot of interaction with the attendees. Young PhD students grow fast 😉
On 26 May 2018 I visited the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington D.C. Finally I could meet in person some of the dreams of my childhood, such as the Apollo mission module and capsule. What a day, I will treasure these memories for long time 🙂
On 24 May 2018, along with my colleagues Prof Majid Butt and Dr Irene Macaluso, I gave the tutorial ‘Complex Systems Science meets 5G and IoT Networks’, at IEEE ICC in Kansas City, MO, USA. Good interaction with the audience and nice discussion overall.
From 07-17 May 2018, I taught a summer school titled ‘Evolution of Wireless Communication towards 5G’ under the Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) programme at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India.
Great interaction with highly motivated and kind research students and professionals. Fantastic hospitality from the IIT Kharagpur family. The first IIT to be established, IIT Kgp is a premier education and research institution in India, with a lovely campus.
Special thanks to Prof Suvra Sekhar Das and his team for inviting me, and organizing everything so smoothly.
From 20-22 September I had a workshop with my research team in Killarney.
We discussed the progress of the research in my team in our different areas of focus: PHY layer, radio resource management, and complex systems approach to 5G networks.
We also brainstormed how we can push the boundaries of the field of communication science and engineering for the next 5-10 years.
We had fun while doing science. And yes, that’s possible…