Congratulations to Networks PhD Student Samaneh Movassaghi for winning the best student poster award at Australian Communications Theory Workshop 2017 (AusCTW 2017). The poster was entitled “Enabling The Practical Deployment of Wearables: Biologically Inspired Self-Organization for Interference Mitigation Amongst Coexisting Wireless Body Area Networks”. The poster was based on work done by Samaneh, […]
Ming Ding was invited to chair the workshop on 5G heterogeneous and small cell networks (HetSNets) in IEEE Globecom 2016. This workshop on 5G heterogeneous and small cell networks is a new edition of a successful series of workshops, i.e., IEEE Globecom 2012/2013/2014/2015 International Workshops on Heterogeneous and Small Cell Networks. It will bring […]
Our performance evaluation of SDN controllers has been picked up by the specialised news website the Register. Well done Stephen, Vincent, and Guillaume
The paper by Networks Group (ex MSRG) researchers Hassan Asghar and Dali Kaafar titled “Private Processing of Outsourced Network Functions: Feasibility and Constructions” has been selected as one of the two best papers of ACM SDN-NFV Security 2016 and has been invited for presentation at the NFV World Congress, the principal global industry forum for […]
Congratulations to Dali Kaafar for being appointed the Associate Editor of transactions of ACM Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems (ACM ToMPECS) .
Congratulations to Chitra Javali and Girish Revadigar, NICTA MSRG Students, for winning the “Best Project Demonstration Award” at PerCom 2016, an A* ranked top tier conference which was held in Sydney during 14-18 March 2016, for presenting their novel solution titled “Location Fingerprint Evidence and Authorisation Using WiFi Channel Characteristics”.
Data61 PhD student Guohao Lan and Sara Khalifa received the best work in progress poster award at PerCom 2016 which was held in Sydney 14-18 March 2016. The poster was titled: “Transportation Mode Detection Using Kinetic Energy Harvesting Wearables”. Well Done Guohao and Sara!
Congratulations, Dr. Khalifa! Sara Khalaifa PhD student in the MSRG group has been awarded the PhD degree at UNSW with both examiners recommending the highest grade A for her thesis titled “Energy-efficient human activity recognition for wearable devices”. Sara’s supervisors are Prof. Mahbub Hassan and Prof. Aruna Seneviratne.
Cogratulations to Zhiyong Sun, MSRG PhD Student who won a Best Student Paper award as one of the three finalists in the 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) held in December 2015 in Osaka Japan (http://www.cdc2015.ctrl.titech.ac.jp) for his below research paper. IEEE CDC conference is the largest and most influential conference in the Control Engineering field.
Congratulations Ayub for winning the Best Paper Awards! Ayub Bokani is a NICTA PhD student in MSRG. Best Paper Award at the 14th APRU Doctoral Students Conference held in Zhejiang University, Hanzhou, China, November 2015, for his research paper titled “Dynamic Adaptation of HTTP-based Video Streaming using Markov Decision Process”. https://apru.org/creating-global-leaders/doctoral-students-conference/item/610-doctoral-students-conference-2015 Session Best Paper Award […]
Sara Khalifa wins the 2015 CiSRA Best Research Paper Prize at UNSW Congratulations! MSRG PhD student Sara Khalifa wins the 2015 CiSRA Best Research Paper Prize at UNSW, for her paper titled: “Pervasive Self-powered Human Activity Recognition without the Accelerometer”. The prize is designed to encourage and promote top quality research at UNSW. November 2015.http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/about-us/help-resources/for-students/prizes-and-awards/
Congratulations to Zhiyong Sun (NICTA PhD Student and Endeavour PM Scholar) who won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2015 Australian Control Conference, Gold Coast on 5 Nov 2015 (http://www.aucc.org.au/AUCC2015/). The title of paper is Rigid Formation Control Systems Modelled by Double Integrators: System Dynamics and Convergence Analysis. His work is supervised by Professor […]
Congratulations to Sara Khalifa (NICTA PhD Student) who won the Best Presentation Prize over school of Computer Science and Engineering in the UNSW Engineering Postgraduate Research Symposium 2015held at UNSW on 11 November 2015. The event included 100 PhD students from all over the schools of the faculty of Engineering at UNSW, including 11 students […]
MSRG PhD students have won 2 best poster prizes at the “7th IEEE Technologies of the Future (iToF 2015)” Competition and Exhibition organized by the IEEE UNSW Student Chapter at UNSW held on 29th of October 2015 (http://cgi.cse.unsw.edu.au/~ieee/itof2015/). The event was open for students from all universities across NSW. Samaneh Movassaghi and Arash Shaghaghi won […]
Samaneh Movassaghi’s research on wearables is getting wider publicity. Well Done Samaneh. Samaneh’s article on CSIRO newsletter – Meet the seventh’s member of CSIROseven_ Samaneh Movassaghi. Checkout Samaneh’s article published in the ANU website.
MSRG is hosting Performance 2015 in Sydney Australia this year with Aruna Seneviratne (Head of MSRG) and Anirban Mahanti (ex NICTA Principal Researcher) being General co-chairs.