• INFRES+LINCS Seminar:
  • When & Where: Seminars are generally (please, check the timeline and location before coming!) held on:
    • Wednesday afternoon at LINCS (14h-15h, Salle de Conseil) and
    • Thursday afternoon at Barrault (14h-15h, Amphi Saphir).
  • Contact us: if you wish to give a talk on networking, math, software or embedded-system topics, do not hesitate to contact us

[Next talks] [All talks]

07/06/2017 (15h@LINCS, Seminar Room)Prabir Barooah (University of Florida)More details to come
14/06/2017 (15h@LINCS, Seminar Room)Nick Feamster (Princeton University)More details to come
07/07/2017 (15h@LINCS, Seminar Room)Luis Guijarro Coloma (Universidad Politecnica de Valencia)Economic models for wireless sensor network-based services


Date:07/06/2017, 15h
Room:LINCS, Seminar Room
Speaker:Prabir Barooah (University of Florida)
Talk:More details to come
Abstract:More details to come
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Date:14/06/2017, 15h
Room:LINCS, Seminar Room
Speaker:Nick Feamster (Princeton University)
Talk:More details to come
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Date:07/07/2017, 15h
Room:LINCS, Seminar Room
Speaker:Luis Guijarro Coloma (Universidad Politecnica de Valencia)
Talk:Economic models for wireless sensor network-based services
Abstract:The Internet of Things is one of the hottest topics being debated today across industries worldwide. Successful IoT deployment needs sustainable business models that are well understood. This seminar will present such business models, its rationale and the analytical models used for their discussion. The proposals are drawn from the research conducted recently by the speaker.The business models are based on service providers that intermediate between wireless sensor networks that sense data and users that benefit from enhanced service build around the sensed data. Scenarios where the service provider operates without and with competition are modelled, analyzed and discussed. The modelling and analysis tools are borrowed from microeconomics, optimization and game theory.The seminar will present some scenarios and the models employed for the analysis of each one. Then it will proceed to present the analysis performed and, finally, it will discuss the results of the analysis.
Biography:Bio: Dr. Luis Guijarro received the M.E. and Ph.D. degrees in Telecommunication engineering from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (UPV), Spain. He is an Associate Professor in Telecommunications Policy at the UPV. He researched in traffic management in ATM networks and in e-Government. His current research is focused on economic modelling of telecommunication service provision. He has contributed in the areas of peer-to-peer interconnection, cognitive radio networks, search engine neutrality, and wireless sensor networks. His personal webpage is http://personales.upv.es/lguijar
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