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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Research Visitors

Visits of International Scientists

  1. Prof. Xavi Vilajosana (UOC/OpenMote) (26-30 November 2018) working on OpenMote B bring-up with Tengfei Chang and Thomas Watteyne

  2. Brian Gregory Kilberg (UC Berkeley) (11-18 September 2018) working on OpenWSN/ROS integration with Thomas Watteyne and Tengfei Chang

  3. Prof. Xavi Vilajosana (UOC/OpenMote) (24-28 June 2018) working on F-Interop 6TiSCH with Thomas Watteyne and Tengfei Chang

  4. Pablo Modernell (UOC) (28 May – 1 June 2018) working on F-Interop with Tengfei Chang and Thomas Watteyne

  5. Malisa Vucinic (U Montenegro) (9 -16 March 2018) working on 6TiSCH Security with Thomas Watteyne

  6. Lance Doherty (Analog Devices) (8-9 February 2018) working on SmartMesh IP with Thomas Watteyne

  7. Malisa Vucinic (U Montenegro) (29 January-16 February 2018) working on 6TiSCH Security with Thomas Watteyne

Internships

  1. Felipe Moran, MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech (1 September 2017 – 31 August 2018), EDF fellow, Research Topic: mote feeding habits, SmartMesh IP, Advisor: Thomas Watteyne

  2. Fabian Rincon Vija, MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech (14 May – 31 August 2018), Research Topic: Extension of F-Interop to IEEE 802.15.4 sub-GHz, Advisor: Thomas Watteyne

  3. Marcelo Augusto Ferreira, MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech (1 May – 31 August 2018), Research Topic: Measuring Energy Consumption in F-Interop, Advisor: Thomas Watteyne

  4. Imene Ben Haddada, Using Support Vector Machine for Positioning Services in Vehicle Ad-hoc NETworks (ENSI- Tunisia), March-July 2018.

  5. Khalifa Hadded, Generation of positioning data in Vehicle Ad-hoc NETworks (ENSI- Tunisia), March-July 2018.

  6. Zied Soua, Formation d'un réseau TSCH

    et ordonnancement de ses communications dans le cadre de l’IoT industriel, (INSAT- Tunisia), February-July 2018.

Visits to International Teams

Research Stays Abroad
  • Thomas Watteyne spent the month of August 2017 at UC Berkeley, working with Prof. Glaser on the SnowHow project, and with Prof. Pister on Smart Dust and OpenWSN.

  • Tengfei Chang spent the month of July 2017 in California working with Prof. Pister working on Smart Dust UC Berkeley, and Prof. Krishnamachari working on testbed deployment at the Univesity of Southern California.