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Sustainable wireless networks: research and possible perspective

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Jun 07

Date and time: 7 June 2022, 11:00 – 12:00 CEST (UTC +2)
Speaker: Loutfi Nuaymi, IMT Atlantique
Title: Sustainable wireless networks: research and possible perspective

Where: Room Darlington, KTH Electrum, Floor 4, Kista


Meeting ID: 695 6088 7455
Password: 755440

Moderators: Cicek Cavdar, Emil Björnson

Picture of Loutfi NuaymiAbstract: In this talk, Professor Loutfi Nuaymi will present a summary of his research activity and perspectives on how to achieve sustainable wireless networks. The recent research presented is about energy-efficient cellular networks fed by the Smart Grid, renewable energy and batteries.

Proposals for wireless networks sustainability goals realization, with regard to new policies being put in place in many countries, will be discussed.

Bio: Loutfi Nuaymi, a Senior IEEE Member, received the Engineering Diploma degree in telecommunication from Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon in 1993. He got his PhD in Telecommunication from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications (ENST), now Telecom Paris Tech, Paris, France in 2001.

He is Full Professor at IMT Atlantique (previous names: Telecom Bretagne and ENST Bretagne), Rennes, France. His fields of interest are radio resource management, energy efficiency and cellular coverage in wireless networks. He is the author of ‘WiMAX’, published by Wiley (January 2007) and many journals and conference papers.
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