[NFR project] Power system protection in a smart grid perspective (ProSmart)
The project « Power system protection in a smart grid perspective (ProSmart) » has been approved and will be funded by the Research Council of Norway as part of the EnergiX-programme.
4 PhD students will be recruited for the project; 3 at the Department of Electric Power Engineering, and 1 at the Department of Telematics that will be co-supervised by Prof. Øivind Kure and Prof. Poul E. Heegaard.
[Open position] Ph.D. research fellowship within the area of application development for IoT systems
A Ph.D. research fellowship within the area of application development for Internet of Things (IoT) systems is available at the Department of Telematics.
IoT applications are complicated. They combine the need of correct functionality with many other requirements. For instance, applications must use computing resources and the network efficiently, but at the same time be secure and protect the privacy of users. This requires a high level of expertise from developers, in several areas, and hinders the creation of such systems in a cost-effective way. Therefore, we need techniques to make the development of such applications easier.
After a study of the problem domain and ongoing research, the research under this grant shall identify and advance viable techniques or strategies for developing applications in IoT systems. This includes formal techniques, model-driven approaches like code generation, and other analytical methods that can assist developers.
A master's degree or equivalent in computer science, telematics, information technology or an equivalent field, with excellent results is required. The position is also open for master’s students that will graduate within 01.07.2015.
Application deadline: February 15 2014
Contact: Associate Professor Frank A. Kraemer
[Publication] Paper accepted at PKC 2015
The paper « A polynomial-time key-recovery attack on MQQ cryptosystems » by Jean-Charles Faugère, Danilo Gligoroski, Ludovic Perret, Simona Samardjiska and Enrico Thomae has been accepted for presentation at the IACR International Conference on Practice and Theory of Public-Key Cryptography (PKC), to held at the Gaithersburg Campus of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA, from March 30 to April 1st, 2015. PKC is the main annual conference focusing on all aspects of public-key cryptography and attracts cutting-edge results from world-renowned researchers in the area.
[Visiting] PhD student Samira Tavakoli
Samira Tavakoli is visiting the department this week. Samira Tavakoli is currently PhD candidate at the Signals, Ssystems and Radiocommunications Department at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain. Her research field is video processing focusing on HTTP adaptive streaming quality assessment.
[Award] Best track-paper award
The paper « A model-based toolchain to verify spatial behavior of cyber-physical systems » by Peter Herrmann, Jan Olaf Blech, Fenglin Han, and Heinz Schmidt that was presented at the 2014 Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference (APSCC) in Fuzhou received the best track-paper award of the special track on reliability technologies and tools for services-based systems.
[New employee] PhD student Tesfaye Amare Zerihun
Tesfaye Amare Zerihun has started as a PhD student at the department in our integrated PhD program in Telematics and is part of group working on IME's lighthouse project on Open and Autonomous Digital Ecosytems (OADE). More precisely, Tesfaye's PhD work will be within the scope of subtask 4 on quantitative modelling of digital ecosystems.
Tesfaye is sitting in B-216.
[Publication] Paper accepted at IEEE WCNC 2015
The paper « Impact of Duty Cycle on End-to-End Performance in a Wireless Sensor Network » by Fengyou Sun, Yuming Jiang and Luqun Li has been accepted for presentation at the 2015 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), to be held in New Orleans, LA, USA, Mar 9-12, 2015.
[Publication] Paper accepted at MODELSWARD 2015
The paper « A modular method for global system behaviour specification » by Urooj Fatima and Rolv Bræk has been accepted for presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD), to be held in Angers, France, Feb 9-15, 2015.
[Open position] 2-year post-doc position in robust and efficient networking in dynamic heterogenous environments
A 2-year post-doc position in robust and efficient networking in dynamic heterogenous environments is available at the Departement of Telematics.
A particular focus is on designing robust and cost-efficient network architectures and approaches to support communication between heterogeneous nodes in coastal and arctic maritime operations and surveillance (CAMOS) sensor networks for the IME Lighthouse project CAMOS. A possible application scenario is communication and networking for deep sea mining. The design should take into consideration the special characteristics of sensor networks, such as heterogeneous nodes (e.g. acoustic underwater, terrestrial radio, satellite, and UAV) and intermittent communication. The architectures and approaches should also incorporate a management framework that enables coordination and optimization of the network in order to fulfill the desired performance criteria, e.g. delay, reliability and network energy efficiency. In addition, the candidate is expected to initiate the building of a networking framework and demonstration platform for CAMOS.
For this project, we seek a highly motivated and qualified individual with a strong publication record, holding a Ph.D. degree in communication networks or related fields by the time of appointment.
Application deadline: December 15 2014
Contact: Prof. Yuming Jiang
[Publication] Paper accepted in IET Networks