iMinds, 15 October 2013
You are cordially invited to attend the final event of the IWT SymbioNets project on Tuesday 15 October at 13h30 at iMinds – Ghent.
This event will also serve as our 13th Wireless Community work meeting..
The main focus of the SymbioNets project was the development of networking solutions and service enablers to support advanced cross-layer/cross-network cooperation between independent co-located wired & wireless, homogeneous & heterogeneous networks.
To realize this, SymbioNets developed cooperative and cognitive networking solutions for the optimization and sharing of network resources between different devices, different technologies and different networks. The joint optimization of multiple heterogeneous (wireless) networks leads to improved network performance by optimizing all layers of the protocol stack.
Besides the main presentations, we will provide sufficient time for interactive poster and demo sessions. Afterwards, during the reception, you will have the opportunity to discuss valorization opportunities with the other industry partners while enjoying a nice drink and some snacks.
Detailed descriptions of the topics can be found below. Additional information can be found on this website.
- Confirm your attendance by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
iMinds – Gaston Crommelaan 8 bus 102, Gent
|SymbioNets: optimizing network resources across heterogeneous networks
Ingrid Moerman, Professor, iMinds-UGent-IBCN
|Testimonials from industry
John Gesquiere, R&D Director, Televic
Guido Impens, R&D Manager, OneAccess
|Outline of all demos and posters
|Interactive demo and poster session
|Demo 1: Heterogeneous and exposure-aware indoor wireless network planning
David Plets, iMinds-UGent-WiCa
|Demo 2: Symbiotic network cooperation using a self-learning feedback loop
Milos Rovcanin, iMinds-UGent-IBCN
|Demo 3: Dynamic service composition for transport and logistics
Nelson Matthys, iMinds-KULeuven-Distrinet and Tim De Pauw, iMinds-UGent-IBCN
|Demo 4: Virtual Gateway placement in MAC-heterogeneous symbiotic communities
Daniel van den Akker, iMinds-UAntwerpen-PATS
|Reception and networking opportunities