Institute for Networked Systems

The research in the institute focuses on communications systems and networks, particularly in the wireless domain, but also in general methods of network science. The two main research groups operating in the institute are the networks & systems group and the self-organized networks group. The mission of INETS is apart from research, educating the next generation of leaders in communications engineering and network science. 

News

20.08.2018 | Two thesis talks on 20th of August

On Monday, June 20th we have a mini M.Sc. thesis seminar day. Specifically we have two thesis talks. First, Mr Sebastian B. Leutner presents his M.Sc. thesis results at 10:00. The thesis is titled "Software-Defined mm-Wave OFDM Transceiver using RFNoC FPGA Framework". This is is followed by a M.Sc. thesis given by Mr Colin de Vrieze  at 11:00 titled "RF Signal Classification using Machine Learning".


13.07.2018 | iNETS Thesis mini-conference on 13th of July

On Friday 13th of July, iNETS organises a mini-conference presenting results from two M.Sc. thesis and one B.Sc. thesis projects. The presentations are given by Ms Marie-Theres Suer for M.Sc. degree ("Cooperative Sensing Threshold for Future Wi-Fi Networks"), and Ms Nina Grosheva for M.Sc. degree ("Performance Study of Radar and Communications Systems Coexistence"). Ms Xiaotong Meng will defend her B.Sc. degree ("Machine Learning Algorithms for Radar Based Gesture Recognition"). The mini-conference presentations will start at 09:00 a.m. and will take place in the Seminar Room of iNETS. 


21.06.2018 | Two thesis talks on 21st of June

On June 21st we have a mini M.Sc. thesis seminar day. Specifically we have two thesis talks. First, Mr Louay Mresheh presents his M.Sc. thesis results at 10:00. The thesis is titled "Performance Evaluation of Multiple-Receiver Random Access Schemes for Wireless Networks". This is is followed by a M.Sc. thesis talk by Mr Saumil Shah at 11:00 titled "Performance Evaluation of Wi-Fi/LTE Coexistence in ns-3". 


Institute for Networked Systems
RWTH Aachen University

Kackertstrasse 9
52072 Aachen
Germany

Tel. +49 241 8020900
Fax. +49 241 80 620900


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