Research and publications in cognitive networks and wireless communications
Post-doctoral researcher with primary emphasis on experimental, implementation-based research on reconfigurable radio and dynamic adaptation in wireless networks. More details here.
- Johann Marquez-Barja
- Jacek Kibiłda
- Pedro Alvarez
- Maice Costa
- Andrea Hess
- Andrei Marinescu
- Georgios Ropokis
- Diarmuid Collins
- Francisco Paisana
- Boris Galkin
- Conor Sexton
- Jernej Hribar
- João Santos
Recent, former group members:
My research focuses on distributed and adaptive resource management in wireless networks, and in particular cognitive radio networks and the application of game theory to wireless networks. I currently serve as a principal investigator in the following research grants:
- L. A. DaSilva et al., “FUTEBOL: Federated Union of Telecommunications Research Facilities for an EU-Brazil Open Laboratory,” funded by the European Commission (Horizon 2020), 2016-2019.
- I. Moerman et al., “eWINE: Elastic Wireless Networking Experimentation,” funded by the European Commission (Horizon 2020), 2016-2018.
- L. A. DaSilva, A. B. MacKenzie, and M. Weiss, “Collaborative Research: Virtualized Wireless Networks and Their Impact on Capacity Markets,” funded by the National Science Foundation, 2015-2017.
- L. A. DaSilva, N. Kaminski, and J. Marquez-Barja, “Federation and Virtualization of a Radio Testbed (FAVORITE),” funded by the European Commission (FP7), 2014-2016.
- I. Moerman et al., “WiSHFUL: Wireless Software and Hardware platforms for Flexible and Unified radio and network control”, funded by the European Commission (Horizon 2020), 2015-2017.
- L. Doyle et al., “CONNECT: The Centre for Future Networks and Communications,” funded by the Science Foundation Ireland, 2015-2020.
- J. Domingue et al., “FORGE: Forging Online Education through FIRE,” funded by the European Commission (FP7), 2013-2016.
- L. A. DaSilva, ‘The Self-Architecting Wireless Network: Transient Ownership, Information Sharing, and Learning,’ funded by the Science Foundation Ireland (Principal Investigator Program), 2011-2016.
- L. E. Doyle et al. ‘Designing for Change: Evolvable, Sustainable, and Submissive Networks,’ funded by Science Foundation Ireland (Centres for Science, Engineering and Technology), 2011-2016.
Recently concluded projects include:
- I. Moerman et al., ’CREW: Cognitive Radio Experimentation World,’ funded under Seventh Framework Programme call FP7-ICT-2009-5, 2010-2015.
- L. A. DaSilva and F. Bader, “Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing (GFDM) for the Next Generation of Wireless Systems,” Irish Research Council (Ulysses program), 2015.
- L. A. DaSilva, Z. Han, Z. Khan, and M. Latva-aho, ‘Joint Adaptation of Multiple Cognitive Systems without Explicit Coordination,’ funded by the National Science Foundation, 2013-2015.
- A. B. MacKenzie, L. A. DaSilva, J. Roning, and S. Glisic, ‘Economic Models for Collaborative Access Network Provisioning: US-Finland Collaboration,’ funded by the National Science Foundation (award number CNS-1147790), 2012-2014.
- A. B. MacKenzie, L. A. DaSilva, and M. S. Thompson, ’NeTS: Small: Collaborative: The Flexible Internetwork Stack (FINS) Framework,’ funded by the National Science Foundation (award number CNS-0916300), 2009-2013.
- P. Marques et al., ’COGEU: Cognitive Radio Systems for Efficient Sharing of TV White Spaces in European Context,’ funded by the European Commission, Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 ICT-248560), 2010-2012.
- Y. Yang, L. A. DaSilva, and M. S. Hsiao, ’NeTS: An Open Architecture for the Evolutionary Design of Routing Protocols,’ funded by the National Science Foundation (award number CNS-0916873), 2009-2010.