Invited Talk - Hybrid Heterogenous Radio over Free Space Optics Communications technology
In the past decade, the world has witnessed a dramatic increase in the traffic carried by the telecommunication networks. The increasing demand for high-speed internet services (high definition TV, video calls and cloud-based computing) has underpinned the need for further innovation, research and development in new emerging technologies capable of delivering ultra high data rates. Optical fibre based systems provide the means to accommodate this demand in the core and the metropolitan-area network level. However, the fibre has still a long way to go, before it reaches the end users (the Fibre-to-the-Home – FTTH concept) because of the very high installation costs. Several fixed wireless access schemes already exist. Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax) and WiFi is based on the IEEE 802.16d standard for fixed broadband wireless access and can theoretically achieve high data rates (400 Mbps) over a range of 50 km, assuming a line-of-sight (LOS) component, but is significantly reduced with no LOS. Another option is the Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology that can avoid spectrum regulation and offers good propagation characteristics, but the range is limited to less than a few tens of meters. RF based wireless solutions are limited in bandwidth and the available spectrum is regulated, which is due to the broadcast nature of these technologies. Though the concept of the radio over Fibre (RoF) is conceptually magnificent, RoF required the fibre infrastructure, which is not cost effective. However there exists an alternative solution in the form of free space optics (FSO) which can offer bandwidth comparable with fibre without using fibre. Free Space Optical (FSO) systems range from wavelengths of 0.7μm to 10μm, offer a large unregulated bandwidth, immunity to the EM interference, frequency reuse (FR), lower power consumption, inherent security and a cost-effective protocol-free link at high data rates over 5 km range. In addition FSO systems can also support many protocols such as Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), Ethernet, Fast and Gigabit Ethernet. Furthermore, FSO components have small dimensions and power requirements. Additional the concept of radio over FSO (RoFSO) could be the way forward for carrying the RF signal for future mobile network signal where fibre infrastructure is not available. The RoFSO system is suitable for rapid provisioning of heterogeneous wireless services in underserved areas, left out due to the high costs of installing new networks, limiting the availability of high-bandwidth services. In this an overview of RoFSO will be presented addressing, issues, challenges and the way forward.
Tutorial – Optical Wireless Communications – Indoor and outdoor
The tutorial will give an over view of the optical wireless communications for outdoor and indoor applications focusing on:
This work shop is suitable to anyone with experience in the field of communications in particular optical communications.
Professor Zabih (Fary) GHASSEMLOOY, CEng, Fellow of IET, Senior Member of IEEE: Received BSc (Hons) degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Manchester Metropolitan University in 1981, and MSc and PhD in Optical Communications from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), in 1984 and 1987, respectively. 1986-87 worked in UMIST and from 1987 to 1988 was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the City University, London. 1988 he joined Sheffield Hallam University as a Lecturer, becoming a Reader in 1995 and a Professor in Optical Communications in 1997. 2004 - 2014 was an Associate Dean for Research in the School of Computing, Engineering and then the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, at Northumbria University at Newcastle, UK. He currently heads the Northumbria Communications Research Laboratories within the Faculty. 2001 he was a recipient of the Tan Chin Tuan Fellowship in Engineering from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His has been a visiting professor at a number of institutions and currently is at University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Optics and Applications, British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, and The Mediterranean Journal Electronics and Communications, also is editor of the IEEE Transaction on Wireless Communications. He is associate editor of IEEE Communications Letters and the EURASIP Journal of Wireless Communications and Networking, and serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Communication Systems, Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iranian Journal Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Contemporary Engineering Sciences, Research Letter in Signal Processing, and Hindawi Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has been guest editor of number special issues in international journals. He is the Vice-Chair of the European Union Cost Action IC1101 OPTIWISE, is a College Member of the Engineering, and Physical Science Research Council, UK, and has served on a number of international Research and Advisory Committees including a Panel Member of the Romanian Research Assessment Exercise 2011. His researches interests are on photonics switching, optical wireless and wired communications, visible light communications and mobile communications. He has received a number of research grants from UK Research Councils, European Union, Industry and UK Government, has supervised a large number of PhD students (more than 46) and published over 500 papers (190 journals + 4 books) and presented a large number of keynote and invited talks. He is a co-author of a CRC book on “Optical Wireless Communications – Systems and Channel Modelling with Matlab (2012); a co-editor of an IET book on “Analogue Optical Fibre Communications”. He is the founder and the Chairman of the IEEE, IET International Symposium on Communication Systems, Network and Digital Signal Processing, the Chairman of 16th European Conference on Networks and Optical Communications 2011, and EU Cost Action IC1101 2nd Workshop on Optical Wireless Communications 2013. He is organizer/co-organizer of a number of international colloquiums/workshops etc and is a member of the steering and technical committees of a number of international conferences. From 2004-06 he was the IEEE UK/IR Communications Chapter Secretary, the Vice-Chairman (2004-2008), the Chairman (2008-2011), and Chairman of the IET Northumbria Network (Oct 2011-).
The past few years have witnessed the rise of cloud computing, a paradigm that harnesses the massive resource capacity of data centers to support Internet applications in a scalable, flexible, reliable and cost-efficient manner. However, the rapid growth in scale and complexity of today’s cloud environments brings new challenges ranging from the design of new cloud infrastructures to the management of cloud resources and services.
This half-day tutorial will review the concepts underlying cloud computing and will explore some of the fundamental challenges and research directions in the design and management of cloud infrastructures, including resource management, energy efficiency, Big data analytics, pricing and security.
Part 1 – introduction to cloud computing
Part 2 – Research issues and current trends
OFDM Transceivers: principles, implementation and latest developments
Speaker: Tomohisa Wada, Professor at University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa Japan.
This workshop presents lectures from introduction of digital communication to Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDM) system designs. Since the lecturer is Chief Scientist of Magna Design Net company in Okinawa Japan ( http://www.magnadesignnet.com/ ), he has more than ten years’ experience in OFDM system design such as Japan Digital TV (ISDB-T) mobile receiver, Signal analyzer for 3.9G LTE mobile phones, WiMAX modem and WLAN modems.
The lecture will cover 1) OFDM signal generation, 2) OFDM signal reception, 3) Channel estimation and Equalization, 4) Diversity design, 5) Radio frequency error detection and compensation, 6) Hardware implementation, 7) Advanced design for OFDM systems for high mobility, and so on.
Tomohisa Wada, Professor at University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa JAPAN
Birth date: December 2nd, 1959
Work: Professor at Department of Information Engineering, University of the Ryukyus
Address: 1, Senbaru Nishihara, OKINAWA, 903-0213 JAPAN
ü 1983/March: BS degree from Osaka Univ. Electronic Engineering, JAPAN
ü 1992/January: MS degree from Stanford Univ. Electrical Engineering, USA
Major: Computer Hardware
ü 1994/December: PhD from Osaka University, JAPAN
Thesis: “High Speed SRAM design methodologies and It's application to Cache memory”
ü 1983/4-1990/7: Designer at Mitsubishi Electric LSI research Laboratories
ü 1990/7-1992/1: Stanford University Electrical Engineering Master course
Major: computer H/W, RISC Computer Cache memory design
ü 1992/1-1995/12: Cache design project leader in Mitsubishi Electric for INTEL Corporation
ü 1995/1-1996/5: Design member for 3D Graphics rendering ASIC jointly developed by Mitsubishi Electric and Evans&Sutherland, UTAH
ü 1996/6-1997/7: Designer for Flash memory and Designer for low voltage SRAM (mobile application)
ü 1997/7-1999/4: 300MHz pipelined burst cache SRAM design team leader for INTEL Pentium III
ü 1999/5: Associate Professor at the Univ. of the Ryukyus, SOC design
ü 2001/4 to NOW: Professor at the University of the Ryukyus
ü 2001/3 to NOW: Founder of Magna Design Net, Inc. at Naha
Fabless Broadband communication LSI venture company
Tomohisa Wada was born in Hiroshima, Japan, on December 2, 1959. He received the B.S. degree in electronic engineering from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, in 1983, the M.S.E.E. degree from Stanford University, Stanford CA, in 1992, and the Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from Osaka University in 1994.
He joined the ULSI Laboratory, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Itami, Japan, in 1983. From 1983 to 1999, he has been engaged in the development of CMOS/BiCMOS static RAM’s, a 3-D graphics controller ASIC, a flash memory, a low-voltage static RAM, and synchronous burst static RAM’s. In 1998, he joined Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Semiconductor Group, Memory IC Division, Itami, where he has been working on the development of application specific synchronous burst static RAM’s. In 1999, he became an Associate Professor with the Department of Information Engineering, the University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan. Since 2001, he has been a Professor at the Department of Information Engineering, the University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan. In 2001, He was the founding member of Magna Design Net, Inc., which is a fab-less LSI design Company for digital communication related digital signal processing such as OFDM. Currently, he is also the chief scientist of Magna Design Net, Inc. From 1999 to now, he has been engaged in the research and development of high band-width communication systems such as a terrestrial video broadcasting receiver, a wireless LAN, WiMAX and LTE signal analyzer. Current his research interests include digital signal processing for high-bandwidth communication, error correction algorithm, and underwater network system design.
received his B.Sc. (with highest honors), M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1981, 1983, and 1986, respectively.
From 1981 to 1985, he was a Research Assistant in the Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois. In August 1985, he joined the faculty of Rice University, Houston, Texas, where he is now the J.S. Abercrombie Professor and Director of Center on Neuro-Engineering, a multi-university research center in Houston, Texas. In addition, he holds an Academy of Finland Distinguished Visiting Professorship appointment (FiDiPro) at the Center for Wireless Communication (CWC) in the University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland. He served as the Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from 2004 till 2014, has served as the founding director of Rice’s Center for Multimedia Communications from 1998 till 2006. His research interests are in the areas of communication theory, information theory, signal processing, and their applications to wireless communication, wireless networks, and neuro-engineering with emphasis on closed-loop neuro-modulation and modeling of neuronal circuits connectivity and the impact of learning on connections in the circuits.
Dr. Aazhang is a Fellow of IEEE and AAAS, a distinguished lecturer of IEEE Communication Society, and also a recipient of 2004 IEEE Communication Society’s Stephen O. Rice best paper award for a paper with A. Sendonaris and E. Erkip. In addition, the three authors received IEEE Communication Society’s 2013 Advances in Communication Award for the same paper. He has been listed in the Thomson-ISI Highly Cited Researchers and has been keynote and plenary speaker of several conferences. Most recently, he has served as the chair of the Technical Program Committee for 2005 Asilomar Conference, Monterey, CA, the co-chair of the Technical Program Committee of International Workshop on Convergent Technologies (IWCT), Oulu, Finland, June 6-10, 2005, guest editor for IEEE Journal on Selected Areas of Communication special issue on relay and cooperative communication in 2006 and for KICS Journal of Communication and Network (JCN) special issue on cooperative communication in 2007, the general chair of the 2006 Communication Theory Workshop, Dorado, Puerto Rico, the co-technical program chair of 2008 WPMC in Lapland, Finland, and the co-general chair of 2010 International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), in Austin, Texas.
Amirhossein Tehranchi is a research fellow at Polytechnique, University of Montreal and at INRS-EMT, University of Quebec, having received an FQRNT fellowship of Canada in the first rank. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in June 2010 on broadband quasi-phase-matched wavelength conversion, at Polytech. His current research mainly focuses on ultra-broadband wavelength conversion techniques based on second- and third-order nonlinearities in integrated optics, for ultrafast all-optical signal processing. He has two granted patents and more than 75 publications including 20 peer-reviewed journal articles. He received the best instructor’s trophy of the fall trimester of 2013 for teaching the graduate course of Advanced Photonics at Polytech. He is also the recipient of the John Kiel Scholarship and the Scholarship in Optical Science and Engineering from the International Society for Optics and Photonics, SPIE in 2010 and 2009, respectively. He also won the Student Award from the Canadian Institute for Photonic Innovations (CIPI) in 2010 and the Charles Baskin Scholarship from Polytech. in 2009. Moreover, he received the Young Scientist Award in 2002 (for research at ITRC) and the Canadian National Committee (CNC) Student Award in 2008 at the 27th and 29th General Assembly of the URSI, held in the Netherlands and the U.S., respectively. He is an active member of the SPIE, IEEE and OSA. He has been the Reviewer of IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, Lightwave Tech. and Photonics Tech. Lett.; Optics Letters, Optics Express and Optics Communication since 2004. He was among the organizers of the Int’l Symposium of Signals, Systems and Electronics (ISSSE, 2007), the Symposium of Radiofrequency Electronics Research Center (CREER, 2009), and the 7th Workshop on Fibre and Optical Passive Components (WFOPC, 2011).
All cloud stakeholders, from individual customers and third parties to the cloud providers themselves have a vested interest to be able to understand and control what is going on at the different layers of cloud stack. Assurance information is needed to monitor, validate and check cloud SLAs, as well as for checking compliance to policies involving crucial non-functional properties like security, privacy and dependability. Several research proposals and even some commercial products are noe available for specific types of assurance data: but large-scale collection of trustworthy assurance information is still more an art than a science. This talk will briefly present the current state of the art in cloud assurance; then it will focus on open research issues regarding (i) the development of new techniques for trustworthy testing and monitoring of cloud services(ii) the definition of uniform
access interfaces to assurance data for the compute, networking and storage cloud services (iii) client notifications/alarms and evidence-based decision making
Ernesto Damiani is a full professor at the Department of Computer Science, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy, where he leads the SESAR research lab and the Head of the Università degli Studi di Milano's Ph.D. program in Computer Science. He has held visiting positions at a number of international institutions, including George Mason University in Virginia, USA, Tokyo Denki University, Japan, LaTrobe University in Melbourne, Australia, University of Technology in
Sydney, Australia, and the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées(INSA) at Lyon, France. Prof. Damiani serves in the editorial board of several journals; among others, he is EIC of the International Journal on Big Data, Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Service-oriented Computing and of the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems. He is the Vice-Chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Industrial Informatics, the Chair of IFIP WG 2.6 on Database Semantics.
He is a senior member of the IEEE. In 2008 he was nominated ACM
distinguished scientist and he received the Chester-Sall Award form IEEE Industrial Electronics Society He has co-authored the book "Open Source Systems Security Certification" (Springer 2009)
(I will cover 2 hour and the rest 2 hour will be covered by Prof. S. Mohammad Razavizadeh)
Abstract of my part:In this talk, we consider weighted sum-rate (WSR) maximization problems in multiple-input single-output (MISO) interference channels (IFC) and interfering broadcast channels (IFBC). Most of existing techniques have tried to improve the WSR performance by utilizing instantaneous channel state information. However, since these methods in general should be carried out for each channel realization, they require high computational complexity, which may not be suitable for practical systems. To overcome this issue, we propose a new low complexity beamforming scheme for IFC based on virtual signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio with constant parameters which depend only on the long-term channel statistics. In our approach, to obtain the constant parameters, the asymptotic values of the leakage coefficients which control the interference signal power are derived by employing asymptotic results from random matrix theory. Moreover, based on the results in MISO IFC, we extend the algorithm to the MISO IFBC case by applying a power allocation algorithm.
Numerical results confirm that the proposed schemes provide the near-optimal WSR performance with much reduced system complexity.
5/95 Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University.
Adviser: Professor John M. Cioffi
Thesis title: Channel Equalization Techniques Applied to Digital Transmission and Storage Systems
1/92 MSEE, Stanford University
2/90 BSEE, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea (summa cum laude)
EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT
9/02 - present Professor, School of Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
3/01 - 7/02 Wireless Systems Research Department, Agere Systems, Murray Hill, NJ
11/95 - 2/01 Digital Communication Research Department
Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Wireless communication theory, Multiple antenna (MIMO) techniques, Space-time processing for wireless applications, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM), Equalization and coding, Space-time codes, Multicarrier modulation, Information theory, Adaptive signal processing
9/02 - present Professor Korea University
- Created the Wireless Communication Laboratory in Korea University and carry out the research on next generation wireless systems based on MIMO-OFDM.
3/01 - 7/02 Member of technical staff Agere Systems
- Studied a multiple transmit antenna scheme with OFDM for the indoor wireless LAN system with the 802.11n standard for physical/MAC layer issues.
11/95 - 2/01 Member of technical staff Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs.
- Developed the multiple antenna techniques which combine BLAST and space time codes in order to enhance the channel throughput.
- Analyzed and designed several concatenated coding schemes with iterative decoding structure. These include serial/parallel concatenated Turbo code, product code and Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) code. Also investigated joint equalization and coding schemes in channel with memory.
- Developed the space-time processing techniques to combat dispersive interference for wireless applications. This provides a unified approach in analyzing the optimum space time processors.
6/91 - 5/95 Research Assistant Stanford University
- Investigated the application of digital communications techniques to many communication channels including wireless systems, digital subscriber loops and magnetic recording systems as a member of the digital communication group.
3/05 - 3/06 Chief Editor IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications for the 4G wireless systems special issue
5/01 - present Associate Editor IEEE Transactions on Communications
6/07 - present Associate Editor IEEE Transactions on for Wireless Communications
1/12 - present Division Editor Journal of Communications and Networks
9/01 Elected as Senior member of IEEE
8/06 Asia-Pacific Communications Conference (APCC) Best Paper Award
12/06 IEEE/IEEK Young Engineer Award
9/09 IEEE VTC Best Paper Award
12/11 Korea Information and Communication Society (KICS) Best Research Award
1/13 National Academy of Engineering of Korea (NAE) Best Young Engineer Award
Development of fixed and mobile broadband access data networks (e.g. xDSL, FTTx, 3G, LTE, Wimax) in recent years makes the delivery of TV‑related service feasible. In other words, the interactivity of users besides the diversity of services in interactive TV (iTV) made it an appropriate alternative for traditional TV. But the operators should have a thoroughly detailed look at the quality. The definition of perceived quality of specific services in data networks is a complicated subject that includes both objective and subjective aspects. It is important to consider that the subscriber’s experience is not only related to his network infrastructure but also it is affected from service delivery conditions.
We focus to investigate and categorize the effective metrics on quality of experience of TV services in IPTV and OTT. Therefore we grouped the metrics into three different classes based on their root causes (i.e. command, network and video quality) and after that we use the quantitative metrics to estimate the final experience of IPTV subscribers. During this workshop we will explain the technical aspects of metrics and their measuring scenarios. We also present the importance of quality of experience by using some practical examples of one commercial under load system in Tehran.
Nahid Amani received her M.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) in 2003 and she obtained her B.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT) in 2001. Currently she is a faculty member in Integrated Telecommunication Network Management group in communication technology part at ITRC.
Hassan Asgharian received his M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT) in 2009 and He also has got his B.Sc. from Computer Engineering Department of Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) in 2006. Currently he is a PH.D candidate in computer engineering in IUST and working as a research assistant in the Network Research Group (NRG) of the Research Center of Information Technology (RCIT) of Computer Engineering Department in Iran University of Science and Technology. As his favorite research interest is on the next generation network related topics, he works as a director of IPTV branch of SAMIM Co in previous five years. SAMIM Co presents live and VoD services on manage and unmanaged networks during previous three years in Iran.
Designing satellite embedded systems requires special considerations for high reliable operation in the harsh environment of space. In this workshop, challenges associated with the design of fault-tolerant embedded satellite processing units and their corresponding mitigation techniques will be presented.
At first, the space environment and its effects on spacecraft on-board electronics will be outlined. Later, an overview of various steps towards space system hardness assurance will be forwarded. This will be followed by the challenges of developing platforms using Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components. Next, the most important spacecraft on-board data handling standards and architectures will be analyzed.
At the end, the research challenges associated with the “Design and Implementation of Payload Management Unit of GEO Satellite”, an ongoing project of ITRC Satellite Communication Group, will be presented.
Tony has 25 years experience in the Global Telecoms Industry. Tony’s career has included 10 years at Telstra (OTC), where he started as an R&D Engineer and later held senior roles in Operations, Engineering and IT Divisions. Tony spent 3 years as an expatriate, initially a GM
of IT in a newly established Malaysian Telecom Company, and then the founding CEO of a Malaysian IT company delivering BSS and OSS solutions.
As Founder of Clarity, Tony conceived the Unified Operational Management vision and led the company as its CEO for its first 10 years of operations. Tony holds a B.E. (Electrical Engineering) and
BSc (Hons) in Computer Science, from the University of Sydney.
Tony is Executive Director for Clarity International.
Mohammad Ghaznavi is Fakour/Clarity’s Business Analyst on Inventory and Performance area. He is also one of Fakour’s Training SMEs regarding Clarity Unified OSS solution.
He brings extensive experience in IT administration & consulting and over six years of experience in IT and MIS in reputable firms such as Telecomm Malaysia and Iran’s National Oil Company.
Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, Qazvin Azad University
Masters of Business Administration (MBA), MMU - Malaysia
GSM Course performed by TCI Research Unit
SharePoint 2010 Design and Admin, Computer Networks, GSM Inventory Modeling (Clarity OSS), Radio Frequency Identification, Quality management, Six Sigma, CIP and knowledge creation, Information System, information Technology, Business Intelligence, Data Mining Control, ERP and planning
Business Analyst and Training SME, Fakour Company, March 2012-Present.
Due to the pervasive use of Internet telephony (Voice over IP (VOIP)) related issues have found special significance. The VOIP technology is still young and there are many issues related to this technology. SOme of these issues are:
- SIP and the other VOIP signaling protocols
- Voip Network design
- Quality of Services
- Overload control
Given that these networks are based on the IP protocol, they will have advantages and disadvantages.
Since the IP protocol has been presented with the aim of being extensible in the form of open source, it can provide appropriate ground for attackers. One of the well known Web attacks are Denial of Service and Distributed Denial of Service, of which flooding attacks are one of its main branches.
This one day workshop, tries to cover all important topics related to VOIP technology. The workshop syllabus is as follows:
1- Introduction to VOIP networks
2- Introduction to SIP signalling issues
3- VOIP network design using Asterisck server
4- VOIP Securit
It has been only two decades since internet found its way to people’s homes, however, the change it has made to living styles is tremendous. Its effects can be found in almost every domain ranging from shopping to communication and driving. It is deemed that the impact of internet on our lives is going to be even more in the future and this has brought on the idea of “Internet of Things”. The basic idea of this concept is the pervasive presence around us of a variety of things or objects – such as Radio-Frequency IDentification (RFID) tags, sensors, actuators, mobile phones, etc. – which, through unique addressing schemes, are able to interact with each other and cooperate with their neighbors to reach common goals. It is estimated that by 2025, the number of devices connected to the internet gets over 50 billions. This is multiple times greater than the total number of people living on earth and will include the cars, appliances and even your cloths. In this presentation an introduction to the internet of things is given first. Then, some of the prospective security challenges are presented.
Mohammad Sayad Haghighi received the BSc degree in electrical engineering, telecommunications from the University of Tehran, Iran, in 2003, the MSc degree from the Sharif University of Technology in 2005, and the PhD degree from the K.N. Toosi University of Technology in 2011. From 2009 to 2013, he held research positions with the Department of Computing, Macquarie University, Australia and the School of IT, Deakin University, Australia. He is currently an assistant professor at Iran Telecom Research Center. He has served as a PC member of many conferences such as IEEE LCN, SICK, and WNS. His interests include both distributed networks and network security.
Mohammad Hesam Tadayon received the B.Sc. degree in mathematics from the University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran, in 1995, the M.Sc. degree in mathematics from the University of Tarbiat Modarres, Tehran, Iran, in 1997, and the Ph.D. degree in applied mathematics (coding and cryptography) from the University of Tarbiat Moallem of Tehran (Kharazmi), Tehran, Iran, in 2008. He is now an Assistant Professor and head of a research group at the Iran Telecommunication Research Centre. His research interests include error-control coding, information theory, cryptography and data security.
In the past two decades, companies have increasingly relied on Agile methods to keep up with growing demand and changing markets; Agile software development refers to a group of software development methodologies based on iterative development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams.today, about half of all companies that use Agile use Scrum.
Scrum is most often used to manage complex software and product development, using iterative and incremental practices. Scrum significantly increases productivity and reduces time to benefits relative to classic “waterfall” processes. Scrum processes enable organizations to adjust smoothly to rapidly-changing requirements, and produce a product that meets evolving business goals.
An agile Scrum process benefits the organization by helping it to
Xamin project was launched at ITRC in 2012. Its main focus is on designing an ecosystem to develop and maintain platform softwares specially operating system.Its most important products is virtualization infrastructure and production line. Xamin team uses scrum for managing processes of products development. The processes are evaluated using quality techniques in agile development technologies.
Cloud computing is increasingly being used for what was known as ‘on-demand’ and ‘utility computing’. More precisely, cloud computing is a novel model to provide easy on-demand access for customers to vast amount of resources through network access points. In cloud computing model, available resources are unified so that to improve the resource consumption efficiency as well as facilitating the process of service delivery to cloud users. Cloud computing stands on virtualization technology which improve the efficiency of hardware and software systems. In this workshop first virtualization technology is introduced. Then, basic cloud computing concepts such as different cloud computing service delivery models and various cloud deployment models are expressed. Moreover, different cloud software solutions to provide infrastructure of cloud computing are summarized. Besides, security and legal aspects of cloud computing are discussed. Introducing implementation process of Hadoop, which is one of the most popular PaaS solutions for big data management in cloud environments, is the other important part of this workshop. In addition, different available infrastructure simulators of cloud computing are introduced. Finally, cloud infrastructure simulation using Cloudsim package is the most important part presented in this workshop.
Small cells and lamp site, Open network, Cloud BB ,LTE M and LTE U are new generation of Wireless topics which will replace legacy network . The additional tools to make accurate planning and network optimization will come into the picture along this presentation in order to show the future of MBB network planning.
Telecom professional with over ten years of international experience in network design, planning analyzing mobile broadband networks . Key professional achievements include:
Cloud is a new consumption and delivery model inspired by consumer internet self-services.
Middle East CIO
Senior Global ICT Business Consultant
With 20 years of overall system integration , architecture design experience , service design and implementation as well as Telecom IT Project management. Planning and design of application, server, storage, network and data centers, optimization and system integration architecture design has a wealth of experience, has participated in and led planning, design and implementation of many large-scale system integration projects covering Telecommunication,, Government , Finance, Television and other industries. I have certified my to previous organization by ISO 27001
Ph.D. in Computer Modeling
MCSD and MSDBA
CDCP and CDCS
PMP, TMF eTOM Prof.
ITIL Service, Cobit 4.1, ISMS Lead auditor