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Wireless Multimedia and Networking Research Group

The Wireless Multimedia and Networking (WMN) research group carries out fundamental and applied research on wireless communications and networking, media streaming and closely related fields. It investigates adaptive delivery of media information with an adequate quality of service and quality of experience.

The research activity relies on the different fields of information theory, signal processing and applied mathematics, communication theory, wireless networking and security. The group is active in a number of international collaborations and the research activity is performed in the framework of national and European projects and in tight link with the main European and International fora in the field (eg. IEEE, Wireless World Research Forum, Networld2020, VQEG).

Research themes

The areas of research of the group are summarised in the following topics:

  • Cross-layer design for wireless multimedia transmission
  • Cross-layer and system optimisation for Virtual Distributed Testbeds (VDT)
  • Quality of Experience (QoE) evaluation and management
  • Video quality assessment
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Neuromorphic vision sensors data analysis and transmission
  • Resource allocation and scheduling for wireless media transmission to multiple users
  • Cognitive radio and SDR
  • Mobility management for wireless networks and systems
  • Wireless security
  • 4G and 5G wireless systems
  • Light Field Imaging
  • High Dynamic Range Video
  • Virtual Reality
  • 3D / Stereoscopic video
  • Video broadcasting
  • Video streaming
  • Optimisation of image / video coding
  • Error resilient image / video coding
  • Decision theory and frame synchronization
  • Machine learning for quality assessment and wireless systems
  • Advanced routing protocols for MANETs
  • Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) network for post-disaster communication
  • Machine learning for wireless heterogeneous networks
  • 5G D2D communication and 5G IoT/M2M
  • The security aspect of IoT
  • Applications of game theory to security
  • Emergency communications for public protection and disaster relief (PPDR)
  • Application of wireless technologies to healthcare areas

Projects

Ongoing European research projects

Other projects

Recent European Projects

Contact us

For more information, please contact group leader, Professor Maria Martini.

Academics

Postdoctoral researchers

  • Dr Deepak GC
  • Dr Marina Isaac
  • Dr Nabeel Khan
  • Dr Ognen Ognenoski
  • Dr Arslan Usman

Postgraduate researchers (PhD candidates)

Alumni

  • Dr Femi Adeyemi-Ejeye
  • Dr Olayinka Adigun
  • Amina Al Rockabi
  • Dr Harsha Appuhami Ralalage
  • Mr Marco Brandas
  • Dr Anthony Clarke
  • Dr Fariborz Entezami
  • Dr Mohsen Firoozbacht
  • Dr Chaminda T.E.R. Hewage
  • Dr Mehri Hosseinpour
  • Dr Boladale Isawhe
  • Dr Louai Maghrabi
  • Dr Razaak Manzoor
  • Dr Ahoora Mehdi Toussi
  • Dr Grant P. Millar
  • Dr Valdemar Monteiro
  • Dr Karim Nasr
  • Dr Moustafa Mazin Nasralla
  • Dr Peter Omiyi
  • Dr Emmanouil Panaousis
  • Dr Mahdi Pirmoradian
  • Dr Arvind Ramrekha
  • Dr Helena Rifa-Pous
  • Silvia Rossi
  • Dr Hadi Saki
  • Dr Barbara Villarini
  • Dr Lasith Yasakethu
Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing
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