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Séminaire : Protocol Designing in Wireless Body Area Networks

August 30, 2013
10:00
Télécom Physique Strasbourg - Illkirch

Jialiang LU (Jiaotong University, Shanghai), en visite au sein d'ICube, fera une présentation de ses travaux sur les réseaux corporels sans-fil le vendredi 30 août 2013 à 10h en salle C212 à l'École Télécom Physique Strasbourg au Pôle API.

Title: Protocol Designing in Wireless Body Area Networks

Abstract: Recent advances in wireless communication and electronic manufacture have enabled a variety of sensors to be used for Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs). Differed from WSNs, WBANs have their own constraints on protocol designing regarding to mobility, deployment, data rate, latency and energy. In the literature, we often encounter new protocol proposals that achieve good performance in their assumptions, but other scenarios are not discussed. We think that there is a need of identification of main resources and parameters for WBAN protocols design. Therefore we propose a methodology in order to evaluate WBAN MAC and Networking protocols by separating into input, design and evaluation parts. And the resources, objectives, parameters and performance of a selected protocol can be easily shown with this methodology. We will give some examples to show the preliminary results of this model.

Biography: Dr. Jia-Liang LU is an associated professor and the Assistant Dean at ParisTech Shanghai Jiao Tong and a researcher at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. He received the M.S. and the M.E. degree with honor from Department of Telecommunication at INSA Lyon, France, in 2004 and the PhD degree from INSA Lyon, in 2008. His research interests include wireless networks, mobile social networks and sensor networks. His research works have been supported by National Natural Science funds and Ministry of Education of China, as well as several industry partners, including Orange Lab and Intel.

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