Weekly Seminar: “Technological Intelligence and Innovation”
Knowing the state of the art of a technological progress or discover new emerging technologies help researchers and executives to make better decisions when developing new projects. This seminar will discuss aspects on technological intelligence and its application in the innovation process. It will cover some fundamental aspects such as early warning and trend analysis, [...]
Weekly Seminar: “TECNALIA: ‘Inspiring Business’ “
Diego de Miguel Murillo, Business Development Manager; Mikel Sánchez, Telecom Area Director
ABSTRACT: In this Seminar, a presentation of Tecnalia through two lines of dialogue will be done: A line focus on philosophy called “Inspiring Business” where there will be an overview of Tecnalia and in particular its four business models and, on the other hand, there will be a technological line on the R&D valuation in [...]
State-of-the-art FPGA-based Modular Equipment for Telecommunications
Marc Almendros, CEO - Chief Executive Officer at Signadyne
CTTC Auditorium / 10:00h
The mix between modular instrumentation and FPGA technology is changing the way telecommunication equipment is developed. In this Seminar we will see how Signadyne develops FPGA-based modular equipment for high performance real-time applications.
Remote sensing for archaeology: the Valley of the Khans Project
The purpose of this project was to employ cutting-edge remote-sensing techniques, combined with historical and archaeological research, in order to discover and identify important archaeological sites in a remote region of Northern Mongolia. ABSTRACT: The Valley of the Khans project was a 3-year (2009-2011), multi-disciplinary effort between the University of California San Diego and the [...]
Measurement-based Design and Evaluation of Scheduling Algorithms for Energy Harvesting and Cellular Networks
This talk discusses work on two projects: the design and experimental evaluation of an Energy Harvesting Active Networked Tags testbed, and the design and experimental evaluation of a proportional fair scheduling framework in cellular networks.