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Posted by dcorujo
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Daniel Corujo was awarded a 2014 'Outstanding Young Researcher' award by the IEEE ComSoc EMEA Region Committee.
These awards recognize " (...) ComSoc members in EMEA region for their research activities in the Field of Interest of ComSoc (...)."
In this specific case, they also manifest the quality and growing potential of all the research activities being done in the Instituto de Telecomunicações, the Universidade de Aveiro and Portuguese research as a whole.
But most importantly, they are also the result of all the team effort from our ATNoG research group, and, as such, this award is also to all of them! 

Date: 
Tue, 03/02/2015
Posted by sjeon
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ATNoG sees a new publication at Elsevier Computer Networks.
This article contributes to revealing the performance and impact by distributed and dynamic mobility routing strategy, which is based on a new architecture trend for future mobility management. Comprehensive evaluation was given, comparing several standardized mobility protocols based on the traditional architecture trend with consideration for all the optimization techniques embedded in the target protocols.
More information can be found at http://atnog.av.it.pt/content/ddmm

Date: 
Tue, 13/01/2015
Posted by ruiabreu
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Rui Ferreira attended the final review for the PROSE coordination action. The review was very successful and discussed future directions for how opensourceprojects.eu can support Open Source software in the European ICT community.

Date: 
Mon, 12/01/2015
Posted by omp
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Mickael Creolo defended his Master Thesis today (Conceção e Projeto de Data Warehouse: Olhar o Futuro do Ensino Básico e Secundário em Portugal). We all wish you the very best for your future. Congratulations Mickael.
(Óscar Mortágua Pereira)

Date: 
Fri, 19/12/2014
Posted by omp
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Micael Capitão defended his Master Thesis today (Mediator Framework for Inserting Data into Hadoop). The jury members were unanimous on giving him a deserved and excellent grade for his work. We all wish you the very best for your future. Congratulations Micael.
(Óscar Mortágua Pereira)

Date: 
Wed, 17/12/2014
Posted by dcorujo
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Daniel Corujo presented our group's paper on "A case for ICN usage in IoT environments", co-authored with José Quevedo and Prof. Rui Aguiar, at the 2014 GLOBECOM's Symposium on Selected Areas in Communications: (IoT) Managing and Building New Internet of Things Applications.
Today, he will also chair the Wireless Networks session on Heterogeneous Networks. It is impressive to regard that this topic, a core subject of this research group since its conception in 2003, is still present at important venues such as GLOBECOM, and an increasingly important research item in the upcoming Horizon 2020 panorama.

Date: 
Wed, 10/12/2014
Posted by ruilaa
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Rui Aguiar had the opening Keynote Presentation "Does 5G meet the Future Internet?" at CAMAD 2014, the IEEE International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling
Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks, Athens, Dec 2014.

Date: 
Mon, 01/12/2014
Posted by dcorujo
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One of our members, André Martins, who completed his Master Thesis on "Critical Ethernet based on OpenFlow" this year, was interviewed on the internship he did for OpenDaylight.
http://www.opendaylight.org/blogs/2014/10/opendaylight-intern-spotlight-...

Date: 
Wed, 29/10/2014
Posted by deviprasad
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Today, I presented a paper entitled: "Benchmarking the Performance of Hypervisors on Different Workloads" on the Ninth International Conference on Software Engineering Advances (ICSEA 2014) during October 12 - 16, 2014 held at Nice, France

Date: 
Thu, 16/10/2014
Posted by jpbarraca
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As members of the EngageSKA consortium, ATNoG/IT is present at the SKAEngCon14 in Perth, Western Australia. This is an important opportunity to participate in the engineering designing efforts of the latest telescope in human history. Like any other great endeavour, there are still lots of unknown variables and critical design decisions to consider.

Date: 
Mon, 29/09/2014