[Media] Debate on Inside Telecom - How many IP networks does the Norwegian state need?
Adjunct Assoc. Prof. Bjørn J. Villa argues that millions are spent unnecessarily every year and invites to debate on the number of IP networks built by the Norwegian state on Inside Telecom (in Norwegian).
Hvor mange IP-nett trenger staten? (PDF, 202 KiB)
[New employee] David Palma
David Palma is starting as a post-doc at the department. He will work on the IME-lighthouse project on Costal and marine operations and surveillance (CAMOS) under the supervision of Prof. Yuming Jiang.
David will be sitting in A-269.
[Visiting] NordSecMob scholar Marija Mihova
NordSecMob scholar Marija Mihova from Macedonia is visiting the Department from May 5 to June 17. Marija Mihova is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia.
Marija Mihova will be sitting in A-262
[Publication] Paper accepted in Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
The paper “Patient responsibility reallocation: a user-centered approach to support nurses' handling of nurse calls” by Joakim Klemets and Katrien De Moor has been accepted for publication in the theme issue of the Springer journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing on “Ubiquitous computing for improved clinical practice”.
[Visiting] Assoc. Prof. Zhonghai Lu
Assoc. Prof. Zhonghai Lu is visiting the department Apr 27 - Apr 30, 2015. Assoc. Prof. Zhonghai Lu is leading the Dependable Autonomous Systems group at School of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at KTH, Sweden. His research interests include Network-on-Chip (NoC), MPSoC architecture and methodology, and networked embedded systems.
Assoc. Prof. Zhonghai Lu will be sitting in A-269.
[Award] Congratulations to Mona Nordaune and Maria B. Line
Mona Nordaune received this year's “assist”-prize (Årets målgivende pasning), for her contribution to the excellent working environment at the department, and Maria B. Line the prize for excellent outreach and communication (Årets formidler), for her contribution to promoting the field of security in smart grids for the general public through her many interviews and news articles.
[Award] NTNU Discovery grant for the SpliceMDS project
[Visiting] Prof. Markus Fidler
Prof. Markus Fidler is visiting the department Apr 15 - Apr 30, 2015. Prof. Markus Fidler is heading the Institute of Communications Technology at Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany. His research interests are performance analysis and measurements of Internet protocols, wireless communications, and vehicular communications.
Prof. Markus Fidler will be sitting in A-269.
[Publication] Two papers accepted at QoMEX 2015
The following two papers have been been accepted for presentation at the 7th International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX), to be held in Costa Navarino, Greece, May 26 to 29, 2015:
- “QoE beyond the MOS: Added value using quantiles and distributions” by Tobias Hoßfeld (University of Würzburg, Germany), Poul E. Heegaard and Martín Varela (VTT, Finland), and
- “Impact of perceived quality and other influencing factors on emotional video experience” by - in alphabetical order - Jan-Niklas Antons (TU Berlin, Germany), Sebastian Arndt (TU Berlin, Germany), Katrien De Moor and Steffen Zander (TU Berlin, Germany).
[Publication] Paper accepted at AICT 2015
The paper “Quasigroup redundancy check codes for safety-critical systems” by Natasha Ilievska and Danilo Gligoroski has been accepted for presentation at the 11th Advanced International Conference on Telecommunications (AICT), to be held in Brussels, Belgium, June 21 - 26, 2015.