O 30º Simpósio Brasileiro de Telecomunicações anuncia os seguintes mini-cursos que farão parte do seu programa técnico.

WiFi Evolution
Rafael Paiva (INdT), Edgar Souza (UnB), Robson Vieira (INdT), André Cavalcante (INdT).

Resumo: this tutorial presents the evolution path of WLAN amendments and provides an overview of the requirements that have been defined by the Task Groups IEEE 802.11ac, 11af and 11ah, including deployment scenarios, envisioned applications, usage models and use cases. A technical description of PHY and MAC functionalities shall be provided and the main characteristics of each amendment will be presented. The future WLAN networks will be differentiated by the enhancements which are proposed by each amendment for the purpose of meeting the throughput, latency and reliability requirements that have been defined by the Task Groups. The tutorial will also present some link- and system-level simulation results with the expected performance of the amendments.


Rafael C. D. Paiva is a doctoral student at the Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Espoo, Finland, since 2010 and is a researcher at Nokia Institute of Technology (INdT), Brasilia, Brazil, since 2008. Rafael Paiva obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM) in 2005, and the Master’s degree in Signal Processing from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in 2008. Rafael Paiva has been involved with audio signal processing since 2006, with research on voice/speech pitch modification and morphing, and real time models of nonlinear analog audio systems. At INdT, Rafael Paiva develops simulation tools and new solutions for wireless networks for standardization forums. This includes technologies related to GSM/GPRS, 802.11ac, 802.11ah and LTE.

Edgar B. Souza received the B.Sc. degree in Communication Networks Engineering and the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Brasília in 2006 and 2009, respectively. From 2006 to 2012 he worked as Researcher in Nokia Institute of Technology (INdT) where he acquainted technical experience with modeling and detailed implementation of layer-1 and layer-2 algorithms in simulators of many wireless technologies, including GSM/GPRS/EDGE, WiMAX, LTE and WiFi. In 2008 he went for a sabbatical internship in Alcatel-Lucent Chair on Flexible Radio at Ecole Supérierure d’Electricité (Supélec), in France. His current research topics are white spaces, cognitive radios, LTE/LTE-advanced networks and 802.11ac/ah/af standards.

Robson D. Vieira received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Goiás, Brazil, in 1999, M.S. and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2001 and 2005 respectively. From March 1999 to March 2005, he worked as a researcher assistant at Centro de Estudos em Telecomunicações (CETUC), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. From 2005 to 2010 he worked at Nokia Institute of Technology as a Telecommunication Specialist Researcher, where he was mainly working with White Spaces and Cognitive radio concepts and he was giving some support to GERAN standardization in the topic M2M. In the past he worked with WiMAX/LTE simulations and gave support for standardization activities on 802.16m. Since 2010 he is R&D technical manager at Nokia Institute of Technology where one of the main activities is to lead the Technology Enablers and Future Communications Systems Research Group at INdT. He is also Associated Researcher of Federal University of Brasilia and author of 3 book chapters and over 30 papers in international conferences as well as of 3 international patents. His research interests include MIMO communication systems, 802.11ac/ah/af standards, LTE and cognitive radio networks.


Controle e Monitoramento de Experimentos para a Internet do Futuro Usando OMF
Bruno Silvestre, Kleber Cardoso, Sand Correa (UFG).

Evitando armadilhas criptográficas em protocolos de comunicação segura
Alexandre Braga (CPqD), Erick Nascimento (Unicamp), Lucas Palma (CPqD).

Redes de Rádios Cognitivos: Arquiteturas, Sensoriamento Espectral e Questões Regulatórias
Rafael Kunst, Cristiano Both, Maicon Kist, José Santanna, Leonardo Faganello, Lisandro Zambenedetti Granville, Juergen Rochol (UFRGS).

Smart Grid e IEC 61850: Novos Desafios em Redes e Telecomunicações para o Sistema Elétrico
Yona Lopes (UFF), Ricardo Franco (UFF), David Molano (UFF), Margareth Santos (UFF), Flávio Calhau (UNIFACS), Carlos Bastos (UFF), Joberto Martins (UNIFACS), Natalia Fernandes (UFF).

Optical Networks: the backbone of Internet and the world telecommunications infrastructure its evolution and present state
Felipe Barbosa (Unicamp)

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  • 17 de Abril de 2012 (encerrada) Propostas de mini-curso
  • 15 de Junho de 2012 (realizada) Notificação de aceitação
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  • 16 de Julho de 2012 (encerrada) Versão final dos trabalhos aceitos
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