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  • 10 16


    Academic Lecture 

    Prof. Lajos Hanzo 

    Wednesday Oct. 17th, 2018 at 10.00AM  Room 117, 

    Xindian Building, Yuquan Campus

    Lajos Hanzo is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng), FIEEE, FIET and a EURASIP Fellow. He co-authored 18 IEEE Press - John Wiley books totalling in excess of 10 000 pages on mobile radio communications, published about 1772 research contributions at IEEE Xplore, organised and chaired major IEEE conferences and has been awarded a number of distinctions. Lajos is also an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer. During 2008 - 2012 he was the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Press and also a Chaired Prof. at Tsinghua University, Beijing. For further information on research in progress and associated publications please refer to


    Air transport has become an essential economic and social conduit throughout the world, which is expected to grow continuously in the coming years. Demands of “free flight” for air traffic and “Internet above the clouds” for in- flight entertainment has inspired the conception of Aeronautical Ad-hoc Networks (AANET), which are reminiscent of high-end Vehicular Ad-hoc Networking (VANET). They might be characterized as autonomous and self-confi- gured wireless networking solutions for high-velocity aircraft. However, given the typically on order of magnitude higher aircraft speed, when compared to VANETs, AANETs tend to exhibit more dynamic topologies, larger and more variable geographical network size, stricter security requirements and more acrimonious propagation conditions. These characteristics lead to more grave challenges in scheduling, routing, channel modeling and antenna design, just to mention a few. These differences render many traditional VANET protocols inapplicable for AANETs, hence motivating the design of radically-improved AANET protocols in support of the unorthodox AANET scenarios and requirements. This keynote will characterize the associated scenarios, characteristics, requirements and challenges. Furthermore, we will critically appraise the applicability of existing VANET solutions to AANETs and motivate the research community to solve the rich set of open research problems in this radically new field.

  • 10 09Tue.

    Bursty Jitter in High-Speed I/O Due to Power-State...

    Academic Lecture
    Dr. Wei-Kai Shih

    Academic Lecture
    Dr. Wei-Kai Shih

    Tuesday Oct. 9th, 2018 at 10.00 AM
    Room 108, Administration Building, Yuquan Campus