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19 SEP

Researchers from CTTC participate in the Google Summer of Code as mentors

Researchers from CTTC participated in the Google Summer of Code as mentors. Integration of the 3GPP TR 38.901 channel model in the ns-3 spectrum module (student: Tommaso Zugno, mentors:  Natale Patriciello, Sandra Lagen, Biljana Bojovic) In recent years, ns-3 has become the reference platform for packet-level simulation in the mmWave domain, thanks to the initial [...]

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01 AUG

Weekly Seminar: “HK CityU Overseas Internship Programme: Presentation of project results”

01 August 2019 - 01 August 2019

ABSTRACT: For the third consecutive year, the CTTC participated in the Overseas Internship Scheme (OIS) programme of Hong Kong City University (HK CityU, https://www.cityu.edu.hk/), aiming at enriching the work experience of its students by offering to them industrial- and research-based training as interns in wold-class institutions all over the world. In this opportunity, four students [...]

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31 JUL

GALILEO Masters Competition

31 July 2019 - 31 July 2019

CTTC, represented by Mr. Albert Sitjà, and as collaborator of the Galileo Masters, is pleased to announce the launching of the Galileo Masters Submission Phase (01 May ’19 – 31 Jul ’19). The international innovation competition serves as accelerating instrument for space‐related entrepreneurs and startups, providing Europe with path‐breaking novelties. Since its initiation in 2004, [...]

awards
26 JUL

Three CTTC Researchers receive the special doctoral awards -Academic year 2016-2017

M. Calvo-Fullana, Pol Henarejos and Sandra Lagén receive the special doctoral awards from Politechnical University of Catalonia for their thesis entitled: M. Calvo-Fullana, Estimation and Control in Energy Harvesting Wireless Communication Networks , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, July 2017. P. Henarejos, Polarization and Index Modulations: a Theoretical and Practical Perspective , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, [...]

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28 JUN

Weekly Seminar: “Transmitter Classification With Supervised Deep Learning”

28 June 2019 - 28 June 2019

ABSTRACT: Hardware imperfections in RF transmitters introduce features that can be used to identify a specific transmitter amongst others. Supervised deep learning has shown good performance in this task but using datasets not applicable to real world situations where topologies evolve over time. To remedy this, the work rests on a series of datasets gathered [...]

Course
25 JUN

Course on Ground-Based SAR deformation monitoring: data analysis

25 June 2019 - 27 June 2019

CTTC is pleased to announce the 3-day course Ground-Based SAR deformation monitoring: data analysis organized by the Geomatics Division of the CTTC and sponsored by IDS. The course will cover the relevant aspects of GBSAR data analysis to understand advantages and limitations of this new technique and to correctly exploit and interpret its data. Lectures [...]

Best Booth Award
25 JUN

Best Booth Award at EuCNC 2019

The 5GCroCo European project, together with the 5G-CARMEN and 5G-MOBIX projects, have won the “Best Booth Award” at the EuCNC 2019 congress organized in Valencia on June 18-21. Congratulations!!      

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07 JUN

5G-Solutions, kick-off meeting

On June 4th, the kick-off meeting of the ICT-19 5G-Solutions project was held in Turin, organized by Telecom Italia (TIM). The 5G-Solutions project aims to prove in the field that the 5G capabilities provide ubiquitous access to a wide range of forward-looking applications and services with orders of magnitude of improvement over the current technology [...]

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27 MAY

Weekly Seminar: “Joint State Sending and Communications: Theory and Vehicular Applications”

ABSTRACT: We consider a communication setup where transmitters wish to simultaneously sense network states and convey messages to intended receivers. The scenario is motivated by joint radar and vehicular communications where the radar and data applications share the same bandwidth.  First, Prof. Kobayashi will present a theoretical framework to characterize the fundamental limits of such a [...]