EVOLUTION OF COMMUNICATION NETWORKS - PROJECT CLASSES

Teachers: Pawel Kulakowski and Jakub Kmiecik





The schedule of the lectures (in Polish)

THE SCHEDULE OF THE COURSE:



28th of February, 11:15, room 201/D6
  • Introductory lecture: setting the rules, discussion on project topics (Pawel Kulakowski)
  • Lecture slides

Proposed project topics:

  1. Privacy in big data and social media world
  2. Information hiding in social networks
  3. AI bots for social media networks
  4. Handling dark data
  5. Mobile crowd sensing or crowd assisted sensing
  6. Distributed or agent systems, self-organizing networks
  7. Novel bio-inspired solutions for communications
  8. Molecular communication
  9. Terahertz wireless communications
  10. Energy harvesting/scavenging in communication networks
  11. Ultra low power wake-up radios
  12. Industry 4.0 communication
  13. Tactile Internet
  14. Centimeter level indoor positioning
  15. Military communications
  16. Airborne extension of 5G networks (drones)
  17. Measurements or simulations for VANETs
  18. Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT)
  19. Simulations of LoRaWAN for IoT (efficiency and security aspects)
  20. Spectrum sharing, opportunistic access and/or cognitive networks
  21. Wireless virtualization or virtual access networks
  22. Millimeter waves communication for 5G
  23. Ultra-dense networks
  24. From wireless power transfer to wireless powered communications
  25. Green communications


5th of March, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


12th of March, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


19th of March, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6
  • Consultations
  • Deadline for choosing the project topic
  • The student presence is obligatory (10 minutes per group)


26th of March, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


2nd of April: Easter vacations



9-10th of April, the date and place to be defined
  • First presentation: the project plans
  • The student presence is obligatory
  • Meetings: 30 minutes per group


16th of April: no classes



23rd of April: no classes



30th of April: student vacations



7th of May, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


14th of May, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


21-22nd of May, the date and place to be defined
  • Discussion on the research results
  • The student presence is obligatory
  • Meetings: 30 minutes per group


28th of May, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


4th of June, 9:35-11:05, 11:15-12:45, 16:15-17:45, room L3/D6


6th of June, EOBD
  • the deadline for sending (via e-mail) the written parts of the projects


11-12th of June, the date and place to be defined
  • Final presentation of the project results, discussion, questions
  • The student presence is obligatory
  • Meetings: 45 minutes per group