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Room for All? Heterogeneous communications in a mobile world

Mercoledì 29 maggio 2019 alle 11:00 in aula M1.9, edificio Matematica, Dipartimento FIM, Modena

Relatore: dott. Armir Bujari

Abstract: The exponential growth of communicating things coupled with low latency and high bandwidth communications are some key driving factors of future Internet technologies, services and architecture. Future network applications will include multi-dimensional information sourced from heterogeneous actors on land, air or water, all sharing the same physical infrastructure. In this context, network softwarization has emerged as an accepted evolution, expected to further radically and dramatically transform not only telecommunication networks, campus, enterprise and datacenter networks, but accelerate the introduction of smart cities/homes/cars/businesses and green infrastructures.
In this talk, the speaker will provide an overview of his research activities, illustrating some of the contribution to the field. A number of case studies will be discussed ranging from enhanced transport mechianisms in support of multimedia data to architecture approaches aimed at addressing application-specific QoS/QoE requirements.

Short Bio: Armir Bujari, is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science (RTD/a) at the Department of Mathematics, University of Padua. In 2014 he earned a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Bologna, Italy. From 2014 to 2017 he was a research fellow at the Department of Mathematics, Padua. In 2013 he was a visiting researcher at the Computer Science Department, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
His research interests are primarily focused on the design and analysis of communication protocols for wired/wireless networks, Internet architectures, and mobile users, with an emphasis on distributed sensing, mobile applications and multimedia entertainment.

Host: Giacomo Cabri (giacomo.cabri@unimore.it)

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