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TACTILENet: Towards Agile, effiCient, auTonomous and massIvely LargE Network of things

From 2016-02-01 to 2019-01-31, ongoing project | TACTILENet Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 517 500

EU contribution:

EUR 418 500

Coordinated in:

Turkey

Call for proposal:

H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

MSCA-RISE - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)

Objective

Deliverables

  • First version of MOOC

    The multidisciplinary background of the participants as well as the critical mass of the participating graduate students are going to be capitalized by creating a massive online open course (MOOC) on 5G wireless networks. This will be the first version of MOOC developed in the project.

  • Second version of MOOC

    Based on the feedback and newly obtained results within the project MOOC will be updated and a second version will be prepared.

  • Midterm report on participation in 5G-PPP and Networld2020 affiliated activities

    The consortium members will participate in 5G-PPP and Networld2020 affiliated activities. This is the first report on these participations.

  • Midterm Report

    Midterm project progress report.

  • Midterm report on dissemination activities

    The consortium members will disseminate information generated in the course as conference presentations, tutorials, and archival journal publications. The dissemination activities within the first half of the project will be summarised in this report.

  • Project Presentation

    The presentations made by the consortium partners describing their contributions and planned activities in the project.

  • Report on QoE in 5G networks

    The state of the art of Quality of Experience based methods and apparatus in cellular and wireless next generation networks will be explained. The new methods and apparatus developed in the project will be described and their energy efficiency will be analysed.

Publications

  • Random Access Schemes in Wireless Systems With Correlated User Activity
    Author(s): Anders Ellersgaard Kalør, Osama A. Hanna, Petar Popovski
    Published in: Accepted at 19th IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications, SPAWC 2018, issue June 25-28, 2018, 2018. 

Coordinator

SABANCI UNIVERSITESI
Turkey

EU contribution: EUR 162 000


ORHANLI TUZLA
34956 ISTANBUL
Turkey
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Participants

IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 126 000


SOUTH KENSINGTON CAMPUS EXHIBITION ROAD
SW7 2AZ LONDON
United Kingdom
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AALBORG UNIVERSITET
Denmark

EU contribution: EUR 130 500


FREDRIK BAJERS VEJ 5
9220 AALBORG
Denmark
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Partner organisations

NILE UNIVERSITY
Egypt
CAIRO ALEX DESERT ROAD KM 28 SMART VILLAGE B2
12677 GIZA
Egypt
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THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
United States
2036 NEIL AVENUE - BOLZ HALL 228
43210 COLUMBUS
United States
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NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Participation ended
United States
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS
07102 1982 NEWARK NJ
United States
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY
Canada
COLONEL BY DRIVE 1125
K1S 5B6 OTTAWA
Canada
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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM
United States
COLORADO STREET 601
78701 2982 AUSTIN
United States
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