Visiting addressGunnar Randers vei 19
M.sc. Desta Haileselassie Hagos by the Department of Technology Systems will be defending his thesis
"Discovering the Dynamic Complexity of TCP Using Machine Learning and Deep Learning Techniques"
for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.
Professor Indrakshi Ray and Dr. Siv Houmb will talk about the NSF I/UCRC Center for Cybersecurity Analytics and Automation (CCAA) and Statnett planned collaboration with CCAA. Professor Indrakshi Ray will elaborate further on one of the ongoing project InComVecSec: On Understanding and Formalizing Attacks in Embedded Networks in Commercial Heavy Vehicles
In this presentation, I will talk about what we do at ITS to contribute to the development of more robust, efficient, autonomous monitoring systems by improving loss estimation and fault detection and localization.
Houmb is a Senior Advisor Digital Security at Statnett SF. She has a PhD in cybersecurity and decision theory, and more than 25 years’ experience in cybersecurity and critical infrastructure.
Crisis response exercises are expensive and often have unclear learning objectives and training result.
Professor Franklin M. Orr., from the Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University will hold a guest lecture at ITS this Wednesday.
Guest lecturer Ilangko Balasingham will give an overview of wireless medical applications including wireless body area sensor networks in the context of 5G. He will briefly walk through new technologies for remote diagnosis, monitoring and treatment with examples.
Christopher A. Dirdal has submitted his thesis entitled:
“Metamaterial effective parameters”
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Electronics and Telecommunications at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU.
Anne-Lena Kampen has submitted her thesis entitled:“Wireless Sensor Networks: energy efficiency and path recovery” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Telematics at the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, NTNU.
Martin Rytir has submitted his thesis entitled: “Satellite-Earth Propagation Effects at Low Elevation Angles; Measurements and Modelling” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Electronics and Telecommunciations at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU.
Monday, Martin Rytir vil give a presentation on his PhD-research on Satellite-Earth Propagation Effects at Low Elevation Angles: Measurements and Modeling.
Propagation channel models for body centric wireless sensor networks will be discussed. Recent developments within in-body, on-body and body-to-body propagation channel modelling activities will be presented.