imec, 4 October 2011
Researchers from Ghent University, IBBT, imec, K.U.Leuven, University of Antwerp and VUB will join forces and present their latest research results in the promising domain of cognitive radio and networking.
Why should you attend?
- You will be informed on the latest results on cognitive radio and networking technology, spectrum sensing, and regulation and standardisation activities.
- We won’t stick to theory and concepts, but present several real-life demos.
- we are soliciting your input on possible valorisation trajectories.
- We offer you a networking opportunity with people form academia, industry and innovation organizations.
- Confirm your attendance by e-mail to: email@example.com
imec – Kapeldreef 75, Leuven
Welcome / Coffee / Sandwiches
|13:00||Welcome and Introduction to Cognitive Radio and Networking in Flanders: Why, How and Why Today?
Sofie Pollin, senior researcher, imec & Kris Hermus, innovation program manager at imec & coordinator Wireless Community
|13:10||Cognitive Radio and Spectrum Monitoring: a winning combination not to harm
Sofie Pollin, Senior Researcher, imec
|13:30||Cognitive networking: optimizing network resources across heterogeneous networks
Ingrid Moerman, Professor, IBBT-UGent
|13:50||Ten years of Cognitive Radio: finding business opportunities, clearing regulatory bottlenecks
Simon Delaere, Researcher – Project Leader, IBBT-VUB-SMIT
|14:30||Keynote presentation: Will large-scale white space networks work? Experience from IEEE 802.22 evaluation
Przemek Pawelczak, UCLA/Fraunhofer
|14:50||The whole value chain affected by Cognitive Radio: testimonials from industry
With contributions from Easics, Nokia Siemens Networks, NXP, Option, Televic
|15:30||Towards working solutions explained in many details: intro to the poster and demo session|
|15:40||Posters and Demos
|17:30||End of the workshop|