Resource Management for Massive Connectivity in Future Wireless Networks

Today we are all witnessing the need for massive connectivity in
every domain especially during this time where the whole world has gone
remote. Our engineers have been in the forefront when it comes to
research on technological advancements and prepares
for our future needs. IEEE WIE Ottawa chapter has been privileged for
being able to host events with our brilliant researchers and dive deeper
into there area of research. In their yet another series of virtual
seminar, on July 15th IEEE WIE Ottawa
welcomed Dr. Waleed Ejaz who is the founding director of Next Generation
Wireless Networks (NEWNET) research laboratory and the Assistant
Professor in the Department of Applied Science & Engineering at
Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, Canada. Dr. Waleed
in his seminar addressed the need for effective resource management in
future wireless networks. Our audience was able to walk through his
research which is focused on communication networking aspects of the
Internet of Things (IoT), with emphasis on algorithm
design, network architecture development, and system-level performance
analysis. Dr. Waleed shared the need for the stronger and better massive
connectivity and improved IOT applications in addressing serious issues
of Digital divide and the barrier these issues
cause to the goals of Sustainable Development.

With the goal to develop resource management schemes for massive
connectivity in future terrestrial networks, aerial networks, and
self-sustainable networks (SSNs) while considering different objectives
and constraints, including network scalability, reliability,
latency, efficiency (spectral usage and energy consumption), and
complexity, for the next five years, Dr. Waleed definitely inspired our
budding researchers in the audience. Following on the importance of
connectivity, the WIE Ottawa team will be back again
with more such engaging and informative online seminars.

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