TU BRAUNSCHWEIG
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Informatikzentrum

Advanced Networking I

Module #INF-KM-04
IBR Group(s)CM (Prof. Wolf)
TypeVorlesung/Übung
Lecturer
PhotoProf. Dr.-Ing. Lars Wolf
Institutsleiter
wolf[[at]]ibr.cs.tu-bs.de
+49 531 3913288
Room 138
Credits5
Time & Place nach Vereinbarung
Start20. Oktober 2016, 13:15, Room IZ105 (Infoveranstaltung)
Attendees (Master) Studenten der Informatik und Elektrotechnik, Wirtschaftsinformatik, Informations-Systemtechnik, Medienwissenschaften, ITIS Studenten mit Nebenfach Informatik
PrerequisitesComputernetze 2, Mobilkommunikation
Certificates Eigene Beiträge während der Veranstaltung (Vorbereitung vor den Veranstaltungsterminen, Beitraege bei den Terminen sowie eigene Vortraege)
Registration

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Content Diese Veranstaltung behandelt fortgeschrittene Aspekte von Netzen. Statt einer klassischen Vorlesung (Frontalunterricht) wird hierbei eine starke aktive Mitwirkung aller Teilnehmer erwartet. Es werden verschiedene Arbeiten im Umfeld Mobile Communications, bspw. von der MobiCom2016-Tagung, behandelt. Die Veranstaltung wird nach Absprache auf Deutsch oder Englisch durchgeführt.
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Schedule
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DateDescription
23.11.2016, 15:00 UhrFirst round of presentations
ATC2016 Paper
  • Wulf: When Should We Surf the Mobile Web Using Both WiFi and Cellular?
  • Willecke: MULTEX: Multiple PDN Connections in LTE and Beyond for Enhanced Routing and Services
  • Brüsch: M2M Wake-ups over Cellular Networks: Over-the-Top SIP
(IZ119)
30.11.2016, 15:00 UhrSecond round of presentations
CarSys2016 Paper
  • Bellisoy: Performance and Channel Load Evaluation for Contextual Pedestrian-to-Vehicle Transmissions
  • Niederprüm: Connectivity-Aware Traffic Phase Scheduling for Heterogeneously Connected Vehicles
  • Schmidt: Achieving Global Fairness at Urban Intersections using Cooperative DSRC Congestion Control
(IZ119)
07.12.2016, 15:00 UhrThird round of presentations
MobiCom2016 Paper
  • Willecke: An In-depth Understanding of Multipath TCP on Mobile Devices: Measurement and System Design
  • Brüsch: MobileInsight: Extracting and Analyzing Cellular Network Information on Smartphone
  • Wulf: A Case for Faster Mobile Web in Cellular IPv6 Networks
(IZ119)
11.01.2017, 15:00 UhrFourth round of presentations
MobiCom2016 Paper
  • Niederprüm: 3D Real-time Indoor Localization via Broadband Nonlinear Backscatter in Passive Devices with Centimeter Precision
  • Schmidt: LiTell: Robust Indoor Localization Using Unmodified Light Fixtures
  • Bellisoy: LEO: Scheduling Sensor Inference Algorithms across Heterogeneous Mobile Processors and Network Resources
(IZ119)
18.01.2017, 15:00 UhrFifth round of presentations
WinTech2016 Paper
  • Brüsch: Experimental Evaluation of Multi-path Schedulers for LTE/WiFi Devices
  • Wulf: Demystifying low-power wide-area communications for city IoT applications
  • Willecke: Evaluating 802.11ac features in indoor WLAN: an empirical study of performance and fairness
(IZ119)
01.02.2017, 15:00 UhrSixth round of presentations
MobiArch2016 Paper
  • Schmidt: Decentralized Broadcast-based Scheduling for Dense Multi-hop TSCH Networks
  • Bellisoy: Keyword-Based Mobile Application Sharing
  • Niederprüm: LegoFi the WiFi Building Blocks!
(IZ119)
Evaluation

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