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. 


19.11.2018 | Public Dissertation Talk: Peng Wang

Mr Peng Wang will give his public dissertation talk before defending his Ph.D. thesis titled "Designing and Implementing Cognitive Medium Access Control Protocols: A Hierarchical Approach". The talk will take place in iNETS seminar room on Monday, November 19th and starts at 10:00 am. 

12.11.2018 | Two thesis talks on 12th of November

On Monday, November 12th we are organising thesis seminar day. Specifically we have two thesis talks. First, Ms Maad Al-Fartousi presents her M.Sc. thesis results at 10:00. The thesis is titled "Performance Evaluation of NB-IoT under realistic Indoor-Outdoor Environments". This is is followed by a B.Sc. thesis talk given by Mr Nils Pl├╝ckebaum at 11:00 titled "Implementation of an IoT Security Framework".

09.11.2018 | Thesis Mini-Symposeum on 9th of November

On Friday, November 9th we are organising thesis symposium day. Specifically we have three thesis talks. First, Ms Umaar Farooq presents her M.Sc. thesis results at 03:00. The thesis is titled "Multi-Connectivity Scheduling for Multi-RAT 5G System". The research was done in cooperation with NEC Research. This is is followed by a M.Sc. thesis talk given by Mr Klaudio Elezai at 11:00 titled "Experimental Coexistence Study of Different Medium Access Control Methods". Finally, Mr Joachim Streit presents results from his B.Sc. thesis at 14:00. The talk is titled "Pedestrian Traffic Dynamics in the context of Mobile Communications Networks". 

Institute for Networked Systems
RWTH Aachen University

Kackertstrasse 9
52072 Aachen

Tel. +49 241 8020900
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