News and Events
Yan Wu passed his PhD vivaFriday 19 March 2010
Dr Markus Kuhn (Security Group, Cambridge) and Professor Geoff Hilton (Centre of Communications Research, Bristol) were his internal and external examiners, respectively. Yan Wu successfully defended his thesis entitled ‘Propagation modelling for wireless sensor networks deployed to perform civil infrastructure monitoring’, and he now plans to attend the university congregation later this year, during which he will be awarded the Ph.D. degree. Congratulations Yan!
Ioannis has been awarded an ERCIM fellowshipWednesday 9 December 2009
The European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM) has awarded Ioannis a 12-month 'Alain Benssousan' fellowship, which will be held at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Ioannis will join Professor Ralf Müller's team and he will also spend time at INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt (France) with Professor Anne Canteaut and the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon (Portugal) with Dr. João Xavier.
Introducing the new member of our team: Wei ChenFriday 2 October 2009
Wei Chen graduated from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications and he will be working on wireless sensor networks and compressive sampling.
Papers by Ruoshui Liu et al. and Bogdan Roman et al. were accepted at PIMRC'09Friday 17 July 2009
Two papers have been accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 20th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, Mobile and Radio Communications (PIMRC). The first paper, entitled "Frequency diversity measurements at 2.4 GHz for wireless sensor networks deployed in tunnels" is a joint work between Ruoshui Liu, Yan Wu, Ian J. Wassell and Kenichi Soga. The authors of the second paper, whose topic is "Evaluation of multi-carrier burst contention and IEEE 802.11 with fading during channel sensing" are Bogdan Roman, Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou, Ian J. Wassell and Frank Stajano. This year, PIMRC will be held in Tokyo, Japan, between the 13th and 16th of September.
Min Lin passed his PhD vivaThursday 9 July 2009
Dr Tim Wilkinson (Photonics and Sensors Group, Cambridge) and Professor Joe McGeehan (Centre of Communications Research, Bristol) were his internal and external examiners, respectively. Min Lin successfully defended his thesis entitled ‘Channel modelling for wireless sensor networks’ and he now plans to attend the university congregation in October 2009, during which he will be awarded the Ph.D. degree. Congratulations Min!