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. 


18.12.2017 | B.Sc. Thesis presentation on 18th of December

Mr Alexander Pastor will be presenting results from his B.Sc. thesis titled "Coexistence Study of Different Medium Access Mechanisms using a Software Defined Radio Testbed". The presentation will start at 14:00 on Monday 18th of December, and will take place in iNETS Seminar Room.  

15.12.2017 | Ph.D. dissertation talk and defence on 15th of December

Mr Alexandros Palaios will defend his doctoral dissertation on 15th of December. The public talk on large-scale spectrum sensing campaigns and a role of man-made noise will take place at 10:00 a.m. in Seminar Room of  iNETS. The defence will take place later in the afternoon and due to that the institute is closed after 3 p.m.  

03.11.2017 | 2nd iNETS Thesis mini-conference on 3rd of November

On Friday 3rd of November, iNETS organises a mini-conference presenting results from a M.Sc. thesis and two  B.Sc. thesis projects. The presentations are given by Mr Carmine Bianco for B.Sc. degree ("Performance Evaluation of the QUIC Protocol in Wireless Networks"), Mr Immanuel Gehring for B.Sc. degree ("Performance Evaluation of Dense 802.11ac Wi-Fi Network Deployments with Heterogeneous Channel Allocation"), and Mr Aleksander Gladis for M.Sc. degree ("Motion Data Assisted Classification of Smartphone Usage Events").The mini-conference presentations will start at 10:00 and will take place in the Seminar Room of iNETS. 

Institute for Networked Systems
RWTH Aachen University

Kackertstrasse 9
52072 Aachen

Tel. +49 241 8020900
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